Latest Episodes:

#179 May 11, 2022

Docker, with Scott Johnston

Docker CEO Scott Johnston joins us to talk about the announcements from this week’s DockerCon, the transition from an enterprise to a developer tools company, and the Internet’s favourite whale.

#178 May 5, 2022

Kubernetes 1.24, with James Laverack

Gaze into the stars with Kubernetes 1.24 release team lead, James Laverack. James is a software engineer turned solutions engineer at Jetstack, and explains the difference between the two roles, as well as how he found his home in SIG Release and what to expect in 1.24.

#177 April 28, 2022

IstioCon, with Mitch Connors

Big week for Istio! Craig talks to Mitch Connors, Istio user experience working group lead and IstioCon program committee co-chair, about the project and the conference. Mitch talks to Craig about the news that Istio has been proposed to the CNCF.

#176 April 14, 2022

Language, Learning and Leadership, with Divya Mohan

Divya Mohan is a Technical Writer with SUSE, a CNCF Ambassador, co-chair of Kubernetes SIG Docs, and a mentor to new contributors. Learn how her love of language and learning led her from production support to the core of the community.

#175 April 6, 2022

Shipa, with Bruno Andrade

Bruno Andrade is founder and CEO of Shipa, delivering applications and policy “as code” to Kubernetes with a SaaS model. We discuss founding companies in Canada vs the USA, abstractions for deploying apps, and whether Kubernetes will really ever disappear.

#174 March 30, 2022

in-toto, with Santiago Torres-Arias

When is it safe to run software? When is it safe to drink orange juice? Are we a better judge of one or the other? Santiago Torres-Arias is an Assistant Professor at Purdue University, the team lead of the in-toto project, and a contributor to The Update Framework. He joins Craig to talk security in both physical and software supply chains.

#173 March 23, 2022

ThreatMapper, with Sandeep Lahane and Owen Garrett

ThreatMapper is an open source tool that hunts for vulnerabilities in your production Kubernetes environment, and ranks them based on their risk of exploit. It is built by Deepfence, who also sell a commercial product based on it called ThreatStryker. Co-founder/CEO Sandeep Lahane and head of products/community Owen Garrett join Craig to discuss how to decide what to open and what to keep closed, and just how deep his fence needs to be.

#172 March 17, 2022

Argo, with Jesse Suen

The Argo project is a set of four tools to help “get stuff done” with Kubernetes: Workflows, CD, Rollouts and Events. Jesse Suen is a creator of the Argo project and co-founder and CTO of Akuity, a company set up to provide commercial support for it.

#171 March 9, 2022

Parca, with Frederic Branczyk

The fourth horseman of the apocalypse observability, according to Frederic Branczyk, is continuous profiling. Frederic is founder and CEO of Polar Signals and creator of the Parca open source project. He and Craig talk all things Cloud Native observability.

#170 March 2, 2022

Kubernetes: The Documentary, with Josiah McGarvie

Six years after its creation, Kubernetes is the subject of its very own documentary film. Job platform Honeypot has released. Josiah McGarvie was Honeypot’s head of video, and the lead filmmaker for Kubernetes: The Documentary. Join us for the director’s commentary.