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Gabe Monroy
containers @ azure. deis co-founder. cncf board member.
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Gabe Monroy 16h
Replying to @olix0r @MSFTResearch
Good question. I’ll try and find an answer.
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Gabe Monroy 16h
Replying to @gabrtv
I got a chance to deep dive with the MSR folks on this. It’s seriously impressive. I hope we get to share more about its internal use soon 😉
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Gabe Monroy 16h
New RPC system from with support for virtual resiliency and time-travel debugging. C# today with more languages to come. Works on Kubernetes too!
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Gabe Monroy 18h
Lots to learn from how Microsoft's DevDiv interviews for the PM role.
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Gabe Monroy 19h
Great perspectives from Chip and .
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Gabe Monroy 23h
Production Ready Packaging With CNAB And Bitnami Kubernetes Production Runtime (BKPR)
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Open at Microsoft Dec 13
Hafslund, a Norwegian power grid operator, uses Azure Kubernetes Service () and containerized software to promote smart utility initiatives and improve customer service. Read the full case study here:
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Rafik Harabi Dec 13
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Gabe Monroy Dec 14
Replying to @LachlanEvenson
You and me both buddy. 💪🏼
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Gabe Monroy Dec 13
Dial-tone messaging infrastructure. This could be big.
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chanezon Dec 12
I love the Microsoft booth design! The color scheme made me realize for the first time why I like the logo so much: it evokes many fond memories.
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John Montgomery Dec 13
I have an opening for a Principal PM Lead to lead a team that is focused on making it easy to create, deploy, and manage applications on Azure. The Azure command line interfaces and our work with technology like Terraform and Ansible roll up to this lead.
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Gabe Monroy Dec 13
Oh absolutely.
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Gabe Monroy Dec 13
The cool thing (to me) is that Osiris can provide scale-to-zero for any Kubernetes service — not just functions.. though it obviously adds a lot of value there.
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Gabe Monroy Dec 13
It’s designed to compliment virtual kubelet. Imagine oversubscribing 1000 low-traffic Wordpress instances onto a small k8s cluster. Osiris can catch in-flight requests, hydrate the target workload on-the-fly, and scale back down to zero after traffic goes away.
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Lachlan Evenson Dec 11
Whilst at stop by the Azure booth to chat about how you can achieve workload compliance and scale-to-zero with these two new projects from our open source team.
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Sean McKenna Dec 12
We've rolled out to the East Asia (Hong Kong) region. That's the 16th region for the service if you're scoring at home. It's also the last one for 2018, but there are many more to come next year!
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Twistlock Dec 11
Check out our latest blog to learn how Twistlock supports services like Instances and :
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M Butcher Dec 11
Duffle Coat: The VS Code extension for automatically generating graphical installers. Courtesy of (This is the tool I used in my DockerCon keynote last week.)
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Gabe Monroy Dec 11
Great wrap up of Azure’s announcements from .
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