April 19th, 2019 | Season 2 | 29 mins 46 secs
ai, apache spark, artificial intelligence, deep learning, kubernetes, machine learning, minio
Today on The New Stack Context we talk with Garima Kapoor, COO and co-founder of MinIO, about using Spark at scale for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) workloads on Kubernetes. The Apache and Hadoop ecosystem hasn’t had much overlap with Kubernetes in the past, but as we learned at KubeCon in Seattle last November, that is quickly changing. As Iguazio’s Yaron Haviv wrote in a contributed article on TNS titled “Will Kubernetes Sink the Hadoop Ship?”
August 24th, 2018 | Season 2 | 55 mins 30 secs
developers, devops, google, kubernetes, microservice monitoring, microservices, programming, raygun, sensu, sensu summit, sensu summit 2018, tech, technology
Hello, welcome to The New Stack Context, a podcast where we review the week’s hottest news in cloud native technologies/at-scale application development and look ahead to topics we expect will gain more attention in coming weeks.
This week, we recorded the podcast live at the Sensu Summit, which took place live in Portland. Joining us this week are Google Developer Advocate Kelsey Hightower and Sensu CEO Caleb Hailey, to discuss the challenges of microservices monitoring. Many traditional monitoring tools, such as Nagios, or even Amazon Web Services' CloudWatch, fail to capture the full picture of what is going on within a system, the panel agreed.
August 10th, 2018 | Season 2 | 41 mins 2 secs
apm, cloud, cloud-native, container orchestration, database-as-a-service, dbaas, developers, devops, kubernetes, raygun, sdks, software development
On this week's episode, we talk with technology evangelist Ravi Lachhman from AppDynamics, a sponsor of The New Stack, about the rise of software development kits for container orchestrators. Also joining us today are TNS Managing Editor Joab Jackson and Editor-in-Chief Alex Williams.
Lachhman wrote a post for us this week about packaging your applications for delivery in this new, complicated cloud-native world where clients and end users want choice as to where and how to install your product.
July 27th, 2018 | Season 2 | 37 mins 50 secs
container orchestration, containers, gke, google, google kubernetes engine, knative, kubernetes
This week on The New Stack Context podcast we talk with Pivotal Director of Technical Marketing Dan Baskette and Pivotal Senior Staff Engineer Mark Fisher about Knative, which is a new tool Google and a few other partners such as Pivotal built to help developers build functions on top of Kubernetes. Also joining us in this episode is TNS San Francisco correspondent Alex Handy, who spoke about some of the other news from this week's Google Next 2018 conference.
Knative is an open source software layer which turns Kubernetes into a runtime for serverless functions. Google announced the project and released it on GitHub this week — and it seems to be the news of the week out of Google Next. Baskette contributed a post to the site this week, offering all the technical details of Knative. The New Stack sponsor Pivotal has provided the eventing model from its own Project Riff to Knative and is building its upcoming Pivotal Function Service on Knative.
May 18th, 2018 | Season 2 | 35 mins 43 secs
container orchestration, containers, developers, devops, k8s, kubernetes
Hacker News and the Twitterverse were alight this week with discussion of Datadog engineer Jason Moiron’s blog post titled “Is Kubernetes Too Complicated?” This article hints at a Kubernetes backlash afoot, with ongoing concerns about its complexity. We speak with TNS correspondent Scott Fulton, who has a TNS article summarizing these issues.
May 4th, 2018 | Season 2 | 23 mins 31 secs
cloudnativecon, cncf, kubecon, kubernetes, kubernetes 1.10, spiffe
This week on The New Stack Context, the editorial team recorded live from Copenhagen, Denmark, at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon -- the CNCF’s premiere event focused on Kubernetes and other cloud-native open source projects including Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd and others. The New Stack managing editor, Joab Jackson, editor-in-chief Alex Williams, and Ihor Dvoretskyi, developer advocate at the CNCF, discuss the latest with the Kubernetes community after the recent release of Kubernetes 1.10.
April 27th, 2018 | Season 2 | 29 mins 33 secs
cloudnativecon, cncf, kubecon, kubernetes, red hat
Next week, the New Stack editorial team will be traveling to Copenhagen next for the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon which is the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s premiere event focused on Kubernetes and other cloud native open source projects including Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd and others.
On Tuesday we’ll be at the Red Hat Commons event on machine learning. Thursday we’ll be hosting a pancake breakfast and podcast discussion on the new CNCF project called SPIFFE, which is aiming to build a secure identity framework for cloud-native production environments. And we’ll host two days of podcasting and livestreaming from the show floor where we’ll be talking to companies such as Red Hat (which is sponsoring us), Aqua Security, IBM, Google, Booking.com, VMware and many others.
April 20th, 2018 | Season 2 | 24 mins 32 secs
cf summit boston, cloud foundry, cloud foundry foundaton, kubernetes, suse
The New Stack editorial team is reporting live this week from Cloud Foundry Summit in Boston. We hosted a pancake breakfast and podcast discussion on the intersection of Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes this morning. And we’ve been hosting a day of podcasting and livestreaming from the show floor where we’ve talked to companies such as Dynatrace, Pivotal, Snyk, Grape Up, and many others.
In this episode of Context we’re going to have a roundtable discussion about the news from Cloud Foundry Summit and some of our top takeaways so far from the keynotes and sessions.
April 13th, 2018 | Season 2 | 28 mins 26 secs
anaconda, containerization, containers, data science, docker, enterprise software, juniper, kubernetes, machine learning, telcos
On this week's episode of The New Stack Context, TNS Managing Editor Joab Jackson was reporting live from AnacondaCon in Austin, Texas. He covered the annual data science conference for Anaconda users and came back with some insights on Anaconda and machine learning in the enterprise. We’ll hear more about that in the second half of the show.
March 23rd, 2018 | Season 2 | 31 mins 57 secs
authentication, kubernetes, microservices, pusher, single sign-on, sso
This week, we’re joined by Joel Speed, a DevOps engineer at Pusher who is working to build their internal Kubernetes Platform. Speed has been writing a series of articles for The New Stack recently about how Kubernetes handles authentication and how to create a single sign-on experience for Kubernetes users. The team at Pusher has developed its own in-house single sign-on solution for their Kubernetes users that also offers more fine-grained access control. Speed spoke to us about the SSO set up at Pusher and how it came about.