#174 March 30, 2022
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 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
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
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
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.
#169 February 23, 2022
Anna Belak learned about containers and security as a Gartner industry analyst. She is now the Director of Thought Leadership at Sysdig, who have just published their latest annual Cloud Native Security and Usage Report. Anna joins Craig to dicuss the report’s findings.
#168 February 16, 2022
We’re back for 2022 with a look at Rancher Desktop, which recently hit 1.0. Its creator, Matt Farina, is today’s guest. Matt is a Distinguished Engineer at SUSE, was a founding chair of Kubernetes SIG Apps, and was recently appointed to the CNCF TOC.
#167 December 8, 2021
Learn all about what’s new in today’s Kubernetes 1.23 with its release team lead, Rey Lejano. Rey is a Field Engineer at SUSE/Rancher Labs, and a contributor to the Docs, Release and Security SIGs. Long time listener Adam also drops by to ask Craig what’s been happening with the hiatus.
#166 November 2, 2021
We celebrate the launch of Knative 1.0 with Ville Aikas, who has been with the project since the beginning. He was also with the Kubernetes team at the beginning, and thus we cannot resist a Pete Best comparison. We also celebrate Jimmy’s last show as our guest host with a rapid-fire Kubernetes quiz.
#165 October 21, 2021
Jasmine James is an Engineering Manager within the Engineering Effectiveness organization at Twitter, focused on their internal developer experience. She is also the latest co-chair of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, starting with the North America event last week. Jasmine joins us to talk about being in the same room as other people - up to 3,000 of them - for the first time in a long while.