This is Linux Inlaws, a series on free and open source software, black humour, the revolution and freedom in general (this includes ideas and software) and generally having fun.
In this continuation of S01E57 our two chaps discuss how you can take containers from
single instances to production-ready, scalable deployments handling large app stacks
and that new-fangled hipster concept called micro-services. Using the once Google-owned project called Borg which later evolved into something now known as Kubernetes (k8s) as an example,
Martin and Chris discuss typical challenges when using containers as the main infrastructure
to modern workloads. Including such gory topics such as what happens if a container dies and
doesn't go to heaven, contradictions in terms such as ephemeral storage and why many k8s developers
have defected to VMware.
Great show as always.
It would be fun to collaborate one of these days!
And yes, lol, I did let my show remain labelled explicit when there was probably no swearing, but I never know what offends folks. I don't consider "damn" or "hell" swear words, but many folks do and since I normally swear like a sailor, I thought better safe than sorry. ;-)
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