[Podcast] PodCTL #2 – Who has a Kubernetes problem?

This week we’re publishing two shows:

  1. PodCTL #2 – Who has a Kubernetes Problem?
  2. PodCTL Basics – What is Kubernetes?

The show will always be available on this blog (search: #PodCTL), as well as RSS FeedsiTunesGoogle Play, SoundCloudStitcherTuneIn and all your favorite podcast players.

The first show is focused on what types of businesses are using Kubernetes in production today, as well as some use-cases why Kubernetes technology creates a great platform choice for a broad range of Enterprise applications.

The second show uses a simple format to help people that are new to Kubernetes understand the basics of the technology. This short, 10minute format should be considered a primer for the longer weekly shows.

OpenShift Container Platform, Thought Leadership
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One Response to “[Podcast] PodCTL #2 – Who has a Kubernetes problem?”

  1. Robotica72

    Great show guys – I listen to VERY few podcasts but the container space and Kubernetes in general is just too cool to ignore and not dive in head first. Cant say my company name but we are a large financial institution starting to deploy Docker and of course an Orchestration engine, likely Kubernetes (and yes, I have spoken to RH on Openshift as a potential solution). I have some discussions with people around work on the networking solutions for Containers and some are fans of the overlay network and other like the routed idea – Personally, I prefer routed for the direct access to the Pod and/or service. Would be great to hear some thoughts on the show – I see the advantages of both, but I fully understand why my network team would prefer a routed network over the overlay and in my home lab I have opted for Calico in a Routed config with BGP to my Ubiquity switches – great for Pods, but since services do not announce to peers I still had some manual routes to add to my Ubiquity switches – but its working great and I dont have to deal with any Ingress rules. (Not to mention the if you use VMware and have your switches set to reject all security settings – MAC Changes, Forged packets, etc… overlay network can have some issues).

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