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Derek Carr Aug 17
Replying to @jeremyeder
Awesome!
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Derek Carr Aug 2
Replying to @jessfraz
Agreed
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Derek Carr Aug 1
Replying to @embano1 @bgrant0607
Nice talk!
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Derek Carr Jul 25
Apologies on the latency, will review.
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Derek Carr Jun 27
Awesome write-up!
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Derek Carr Jun 1
Replying to @kelseyhightower
Run this pod on one my nodes is doing it wrong, aside from daemonset, most users should think in terms of workload APIs built on top of pods. Instead of run this pod, operate this service.
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Derek Carr May 18
We have been looking to get object count quota for CRD now that we have object count quota for all standard types.
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Derek Carr May 7
Replying to @the_sttts @KubeCon_
Great talk.
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Derek Carr May 2
Replying to @krisnova @directxman12
Solly rocks!
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Derek Carr Apr 10
Replying to @ibuildthecloud
Sounds like podman.
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Derek Carr Apr 6
Replying to @majorhayden
If you ever need help on anything with k8s, just let me know. Just remember it’s a series of controllers all the way down.
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Derek Carr Mar 26
Replying to @jeremyeder
It’s almost like you beat the phrase into my head for the last year. Look forward to presenting this at Red Hat summit with you!
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Derek Carr Mar 26
Replying to @jeremyeder
Glad you liked my choice of words!
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Derek Carr Mar 20
Replying to @majorhayden @RedHat
Great meeting you at lunch! Let me know if you need any help as you settle in.
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Derek Carr Mar 13
kube is controllers all the way down, kubelet is just a complicated controller as well :-)
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Derek Carr Feb 22
Replying to @enisoc @ibmhb and 2 others
It would be fun to write an admission flow for a new CRD definition that requires users to acknowledge they read that doc before defining their type!
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Derek Carr Feb 21
Replying to @the_sttts
To elaborate further, if one uses a CRD they should understand the anticipated write-rate, data retention, and garbage collection needs for that resource to know if it’s the right fit.
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Derek Carr Feb 21
Replying to @the_sttts
I think general guidance on appropriate use of CRDs is always good. Folks should understand when an API is appropriate for Kubernetes style. I see some folks not taking our API conventions to heart when building CRD based solutions.
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Derek Carr Feb 14
No pressure!
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Derek Carr Feb 12
Replying to @vishnukanan
Congrats!
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