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GitOps: This Is What You Need to Know - Part I

On a chilly November morning in 2020, it's GitOps Days, and we heard Alexis Richardson via Video Conferencing speak. Git allowed us to do Cloud-native development. It gave us the tooling for a distributed source control, continuous integration, container image distribution, and others.

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Securing Kubernetes: The Paranoid Guide

It's a sunny May afternoon in a Barcelona KubeCon. Liz Rice is on the stage discussing penetration testing in Kubernetes.

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@eon01 shared an episode, 10 months, 3 weeks ago
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Diving Deep Into Serverless Architectures - Part I

In November 2017, The Register published an article, 'Lambda and serverless is one of the worst forms of proprietary lock-in we've ever seen in the history of humanity.'

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Ubiquity, Security and Open Source

It is the year 2017 Kelsey Hightower is on the KubeCon stage. The sound of the microphone starts echoing... Raise your hands if you think installing kubernetes is easy. This is how a well known Kubernetes advocate started his presentation.

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Kind vs K3s

Kind and K3s are Kubernetes tools that leverage Docker containers to provide flexible and scalable Kubernetes distributions compared to their competitors. This article highlights the feature of both tools and the subtle difference between them.