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Gabe Monroy
containers @ azure. deis co-founder. cncf board member.
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Gabe Monroy 10h
Just in time for Kubernetes Day India 😌 /cc
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Madhan Arumugam 22h
Don't miss and others from the Containers team
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Gabe Monroy Mar 18
Can we just keep daylight savings time all year?
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Gabe Monroy Mar 18
Thanks Erin :)
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Gabe Monroy Mar 14
I missed an concert in Denver the other night, but I just gave him a listen and I see what the fuss is about 🎤🎧👌🏼
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Gabe Monroy Mar 14
Replying to @karenhchu
Kinda sorta
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Gabe Monroy Mar 14
I’ve been on a solid run of on-time flight departures. I’m paying for it today with some comical delays 😅
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Gabe Monroy Mar 13
Replying to @gabrtv
Here is a fun video on Hafslund's journey with Azure and AKS, if you're into that sorta thing 😀
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Gabe Monroy Mar 13
Replying to @gabrtv
My most successful AKS customers are using Kubernetes as a portable compute stack surrounded by an array of native cloud provider services, with strong preference toward open APIs provided by Azure (Kafka, Cassandra, etc.).
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Gabe Monroy Mar 13
Replying to @gabrtv
While AKS is central to Hafslund's architecture, it's notably supplemented with Azure Active Directory, Application Insights, Azure Monitor, Event Hubs, Azure SQL, Azure Search, and more.
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Gabe Monroy Mar 13
Hafslund, the Norwegian power grid operator, just published a case study on using Azure for their smart utility initiatives.
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Gabe Monroy Mar 13
Replying to @sethgoings
But why?
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Gabe Monroy Mar 12
Replying to @cmcluck
Well said.
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Craig McLuckie Mar 12
One of the most powerful forces in the OSS world is transparency. Wear your agenda on your sleeve. Communities will be far more accepting of your agenda if they know what it is. Finding yourself thinking you will checkmate your competition later means you are doing it wrong.
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Gabe Monroy Mar 12
Replying to @jessfraz
It’s early but I’m optimistic this platform can help indie folks just on the match dollars alone. We’ll see though.
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Gabe Monroy Mar 12
Replying to @skpodila
I am indeed! Let’s chat 😀
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Gabe Monroy Mar 12
Linux Foundation has been criticized for being too vendor focused and not doing enough for indie maintainers and smaller projects. If nothing else, shows they heard that feedback and are trying to do more. 👍🏼
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Gabe Monroy Mar 12
Great to see providing resources to a broader base of open source maintainers.
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Gabe Monroy Mar 10
Replying to @dinodaizovi
Shared services with self-service capability == a clearly defined operational boundary. We may be in violent agreement. There is another school of DevOps (more common imo) that promotes throwing everyone into 1 product team without any software interface.
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Gabe Monroy Mar 10
Replying to @acanthamoeba
Also I’m a sucker for truly contrarian opinions. It’s one of my favorite interview questions.
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