5 Podcasts About Kubernetes and Containers

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Here are some recent episodes we have done on Kubernetes, containers, and container management.

Kubernetes, Docker, and the Distributed Operating System with Kelsey Hightower

Kubernetes is an open-source distributed operating system that allows normal engineers to manage their resources at the scale that Google does. With Docker providing the APIs to make containers easy to work with, Kubernetes allows processes to be easily distributed and replicated across a data center.

Google’s Container Management with Brendan Burns

Kubernetes is an open source system for automating deployment, operations, and scaling of containerized applications. Google developed Kubernetes after fifteen years of running containers in production. Brendan Burns is a founder of the Kubernetes project, and he joins us to talk about the lessons learned as Google has built containerized applications to distribute across its massive infrastructure.

Containers and PaaS with Steve Pousty

You keep hearing about containers, and maybe you have even used Docker in production. Now, it’s time to move beyond Docker. In today’s episode of Software Engineering Daily, Steve Pousty talks about OpenShift, a platform from RedHat that helps engineers leverage the power of containers and the dev ops harmony of microservices.

Kubernetes, Mesos, and Kismatic with Joseph Jacks

Kubernetes has been a focus of several previous shows on Software Engineering Daily. The architecture and management of our distributed systems have changed, and widespread adoption of containers and container management systems is just beginning.

OpenStack and the Future of Cloud Computing with John Purrier

Cloud service providers like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft provide both infrastructure as a service and platform as a service. Infrastructure as a service gives developers access to virtual machines, servers, and network infrastructure. Platform as a service is the software that runs on top of that infrastructure as a service–this includes things like Amazon DynamoDB, Microsoft Azure Machine Learning, and Google App Engine.