Sep 30, 2020
#75: Declarative, imperative, CSV, JSON, and YAML. Do any of these items represent code? We attempt to answer that question in today's episode.
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Sep 23, 2020
#74: Many people today are still clicking around in consoles and copy and pasting instructions from Word documents. Today, we make the case for changing your workflows to incorporate GitOps to minimize risk in managing your environments.
Sep 16, 2020
#73: If you don't want to run Elasticsearch for logging for your Kubernetes cluster, what do you do? As we found out from Vadim, one of our community members, the answer today is Loki.
Sep 9, 2020
#72: In this episode, we speak with Gigi Sayfan, the author of Mastering Kubernetes. We speak with him about where Kubernetes is today and where he thinks it is headed in the future.
Sep 2, 2020
#71: Observability can be broken down into three layers; software, infrastructure, and knowledge. Which of these things do you think is most important? Today, we discuss these items and more with Yotam Atad and Chen Goldberg from CloudWize.