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Abraham Ingersoll May 3
TFW, as a virtual kubelet, you realize your node affinity rules won't give you a chance to run the same workloads as the big kubelets.
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William Morgan Feb 20
I'm excited for EU, but I really have to ask: what in tarnation is going on with these Istio talks? I see 11 of them (!). 7 are from Google and IBM folks alone. A grand total of 1 (maybe??) end user / prod talk. Can that really be right? Am I missing something?
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Austen Collins May 8
TFW a high-profile individual working at a massive tech company goes on stage and celebrates the work of your start-up while wearing its swag. is entirely original. Nothing beats that.
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Dan Romlein Apr 30
+ EU is almost here, and in 48 hours there's gonna be a whoooole lot less blankness on this wall if I have anything to say about it πŸŽ¨πŸ–ŒοΈβœοΈπŸ˜
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Træfik May 4
Last day at . Meet our developer team at our booth and get some goodies!
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Tom Petrocelli May 4
Liz Rice says running containers with privileges you don't know you have is running with scissors. Love the analogy. You might run a long time without incident but, then again, you might trip and things get messy.
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Træfik May 3
Come say hi at our booth at . We have tee shirts for you πŸ‘•
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Jim Haughwout May 4
Awesome talk by at on thinking about how cloud native is changing the map of work and investment and moving up the stack
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Michael Hausenblas May 3
Excited to learn that Google is now also joining the application operator effort. At Red Hat we released the Operator Framework earlier this week, enabling you to write them in a straightforward manner.
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Thanks to all speakers, sponsors, co-chairs and for this awesome ! Replacing those single-use plastic water cups with an environment friendly alternative for next conferences would be super dope!
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Dan Kohn Jul 9
Wondering if you should join us for + Shanghai (Nov. 13-15) and/or Seattle (Dec. 10 – 13)? Check out this new highlight reel from our recent gathering in Copenhagen – thanks to all who made this our most successful event to date!
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Dan Kohn May 29
My new blog post on "How to Get Your + Talk Accepted":
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Robust Perception May 2
If you're at you can get free access to Safari for 30 days and thus the pre-release of the first 12 chapters of : Up and Running. Check the bottom of the email with subject " KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2018 | Attendee Details" from a week ago.
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Martin Jensen May 4
. How much time left? One minute. I'm gonna do the fastest backup ever πŸ˜‚ Awesome intro to kubeflow and 's OSS tools
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Matthias GrΓΌter May 3
Dave from about engaging with the open-source community "The software thing is easy, talking to people is really the hard part."
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M Butcher May 2
Nothing captures the spirit of Copenhagen like a bike bell. Stop by the booth and pick one up!
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Lee Calcote May 3
Goodbye kubectl. Hello GitOps.
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Maciej Winnicki May 2
Live demo of Event Gateway! It works!
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Dan Kohn May 5
Bye Copenhagen! Thanks for hosting our biggest and (it seems) best + yet
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Jorge Salamero May 3
Finally eBPF coming to ! No kernel module needed :) If you want to know more find us at
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