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Why your Kubernetes configuration strategy is broken…

...and here’s how to fix it

At kapitan.dev we believe the current way to manage Kubernetes configurations is broken. Actually, it probably goes even deeper than that, and you will see soon why.

I have a strange way to look at Kubernetes: for me Kubernetes is something that allows me to define, package and distribute complex applications with a set…

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Alessandro De Maria

Alessandro De Maria

#father #kapitan #devops. Head of SRE at Synthace. Ex DeepMind. Ex Google. Opinions are my own

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