KBE Insider is a new streaming show made specifically for the Kubernetes community. We interview all star guests who shape and evolve Kubernetes on a daily basis. Keep up with this evolving technology and get insights to help you grow your knowledge and skills.
We kick-off 2023 with our guest and former co-host of KBE Insider, Chris Short, Sr. Developer Advocate at AWS. We’ll get updates on upcoming community events such as the Kubernetes Contributors Summit in Europe as well as KubeCon Europe, and we’ll learn more on how you can participate. Chris will also update us on the Kubernetes Contributors Communications project and why this is an important initiative for the community, especially for non-code contributors!
The last KBE Insider episode of the year and we end the 2002 year with our guest, Divya Mohan, Senior Technical Evangelist at SUSE and co-chair of documentation for Kubernetes and LitmusChaos, as well as co-creator of the Kubernetes and Cloud Native (KCNA) exam. We’ll learn more about WebAssembly (Wasm), a binary instruction format that developers can’t stop talking about! With major browsers supporting Wasm, let’s dive into what to expect and how Wasm impacts Kubernetes and the Cloud Native community.
KBE Insider interviews Ville Aikas, co-founder of Chainguard and co-founder as well as member of the Steering Committee for the Knative open source project since 2020. We’ll check in with Ville and see what he’s been up to since co-founding Knative and learn more about Chainguard, his latest endeavor. Also, we’ll give you a sneak peek of what we’re up to in Detroit next month for KubeCon North America!
KBE Insider interviews Lalith Suresh, researcher at VMware and Michael Gasch, formerly a staff engineer in the Office of the CTO at VMware. They both contribute to the Sieve open source project, automatic reliability testing for Kubernetes controllers. We’ll dive into how the Sieve project got started, what’s next with the project, as well as how you can contribute.
KBE Insider interviews Travis Nielsen, Sr. Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat and one of the original founders of Rook, the open source storage orchestrator for Kubernetes. In this KBE Insider episode we’ll dive into the work Travis does as the Maintainer of Rook, his work on the Ceph distributed team, and how to get involved in open source projects.
KBE Insider interviews Daniel Oh, Sr. Principal Technical Marketing Manager at Red Hat and CNCF Ambassador as well as James Falkner, Director of Product Marketing at Red Hat. In this KBE Insider episode we’ll dive into the work Daniel and James do to evangelize cloud-native microservices and serverless functions. We’ll cover open source projects such as Quarkus, Spring Boot, NodeJS and how you can contribute!
KBE Insider interviews Idit Levine, founder and CEO of Solo.io. Idit is also an evangelist and practitioner of DevOps. In this KBE Insider episode we’ll focus on how Idit got started as a contributor to open source projects such as Kubernetes, Istio, and Envoy. We’ll also ask her to share her path to becoming a founder and any advice for future founders and contributors of open source projects.
KBE Insider interviews Sasha Grunert, senior software engineer at Red Hat. Sasha joined the open source community in 2018, contributing to open source projects as well as evangelizing Kubernetes-related technologies. In this KBE Insider episode we’ll focus on Sasha’s contributions to the open source projects such as Kubernetes, CRI-O, and his work on SIG Release.
For this episode, KBE Insider interviews Bandan Das, software engineer at Red Hat and instructor at Boston University, as well as David Vossel, principal software engineer at Red Hat. Bandan works on KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) and David contributes to the open-source project, KubeVirt, a virtualization API for Kubernetes. In this episode we’ll focus on what the future of VMs looks like in a Kubernetes world.
KBE Insider interviews Peter Hunt, senior engineer at Red Hat and CRI-O project maintainer, about the CRI-O project and using CRI-O as your container runtime, particularly in light of the upcoming deprecation of Kubernetes Dockershim.
KBE Insider is hosted by Josh Berkus, Kubernetes Community Manager at Red Hat and Clinical Assistant Professor of Computing and Data Science at Boston University, Langdon White. KBE Insider lets you reach people deeply involved with the Kubernetes community, hear what they have to say, and engage with Kubernetes experts from across the globe.
For our first episode of the new year, KBE Insider interviews Liz Rice about her role as Chief Open Source Officer at Isovalent (creators of the Cilium eBPF-based networking project) and Chair of the CNCF’s Technical Oversight Committee. We’ll learn how Liz got started with contributing to the Kubernetes community and tips on how you can get more involved. It’s the new year, so let’s see where Liz thinks Kubernetes is heading in 2022!
This is the last KBE Insider episode of the year! We talk to Kaslin Fields about her role as Developer Advocate at Google Cloud and CNCF Ambassador. We’ll learn how Kaslin makes technology, such as Kubernetes, more accessible to a broader audience through various mediums, including comics. Also, as a member of the Kubernetes SIG for Contributors, Kaslin will share her experience contributing to the Kubernetes community and share how you can get involved.
In episode 05, we talk to Savitha Raghunathan, Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat, about her work and experience as an open-source contributor within the Kubernetes ecosystem. Savitha will also share her most recent experience attending KubeCon North America in person as well as what keeps her motivated to contribute to the Kubernetes community, and she’ll also share information on how you can find opportunities to get involved.
We talk to Maciej Szulik, Software Engineer, Red Hat, about what it’s like being a SIG-lead and his work on Kubernetes CLI. KBE Insider, hosted by CNCF Ambassador Chris Short, lets you reach people deeply involved with Kubernetes, hear what they have to say, and interact with Kubernetes experts from across the globe.
We talk to Luke Hinds, Security Lead for Office of CTO, Red Hat, about his work on the Kubernetes Security Response Team (CNCF), Sigstore, and the Kubernetes Hackerone Bug Bounty program. Sigstore was the topic of a recent Wired story. Luke is involved in many other projects and hobbies. KBE Insider, hosted by CNCF Ambassador Chris Short and Developer Langdon White, lets you reach people deeply involved with Kubernetes, hear what they have to say, and interact with Kubernetes experts from across the globe.
We talk to Elana Hashman, Co-Chair, SIG-Instrumentation, Kubernetes, and member of the Production Readiness Review team, about open source, the community, her contributions, and her story. Settling for traditional resources can seem convenient when trying to learn Kubernetes, but it is far from the most effective way. So, what is the most effective way? Hearing from industry experts who have been around it, studying it, mastering it, writing about it for years. KBE Insider, hosted by CNCF Ambassador Chris Short and Developer Langdon White, lets you reach those people, hear what they have to say, and interact with them.
We talk to Clayton Coleman, Architect of Kubernetes at Red Hat, about “hybrid cloud applications in a changing and complex world, where Kubernetes is vital for businesses but can be even better.” Settling for traditional resources can seem convenient when trying to learn Kubernetes, but it is far from the most effective way. So, what is the most effective way? Hearing from industry experts who have been around it, studying it, mastering it, writing about it for years. KBE Insider, hosted by CNCF Ambassador Chris Short and Developer Langdon White, lets you reach those people, hear what they have to say, and interact with them.