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#62 July 16, 2019

Large Hadron Kubernetes at CERN, with Ricardo Rocha, Lukas Heinrich, and Clemens Lange

Back in 2012, CERN announced one of its most important achievements; the discovery of the Higgs boson. This work led to the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics. Ricardo Rocha, Lukas Heinrich and Clemens Lang of CERN redid the data analysis on top of Kubernetes this year, which Ricardo and Lukas demonstrated at a keynote at KubeCon EU. All three join Adam and Craig for a short physics lesson and a view into computing at the largest scale, for particles at the smallest.

#61 July 9, 2019

Cloud Native Application Bundles, with Jeremy Rickard and Ralph Squillace

The Cloud Native Application Bundle is a spec for packaging distributed apps, developed by Microsoft with support from Docker and Pivotal. Jeremy Rickard, a senior software engineer at Microsoft Azure, and Ralph Squillace, principal PM for open source/developer user experience at Microsoft Azure, join Craig and Adam to discuss it.

#60 July 2, 2019

Ubuntu, with Mark Shuttleworth

Mark Shuttleworth is the founder of Ubuntu and CEO of its parent company Canonical. Ubuntu is the Linux distribution of the Cloud. You can use it inside your containers, or you can use it as your node OS. Canonical packages Kubernetes for both the edge (MicroK8s) and the server (Charmed Kubernetes). Oh, and aside from that, Mark was the first African in space, spending 8 days on the International Space Station in 2002. Craig and Adam ask Mark about how this all happened, and how it has changed his perspective on technology.