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Justin Santa Barbara
Developer at Meteor. Formerly founder, FathomDB - Pioneer in databases-as-a-service
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Justin Santa Barbara 4 Jan 18
If you want to run a cluster on AWS or GCE, you should probably use kops. If you want to write your own installation tool, you should start with kubeadm.
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Justin Santa Barbara 29 Apr 15
Replying to @drnic
You would be remiss not to try k8s: a glimpse of the future. I'm working on AWS, but today you get the clearest view on GCE.
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Justin Santa Barbara 29 Apr 15
Won't be there tomorrow sadly. bio update suggestions are always welcome though!
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Justin Santa Barbara 26 Apr 15
Replying to @briandorsey @bsodmike
If we do public ports Route53 could be done with a "sidecar pod" that watches API; won't require more code in k8s.
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Justin Santa Barbara 26 Apr 15
Replying to @briandorsey @bsodmike
Yes, no Route53 integration yet. Once ELB lands will be easy to do manually (one CNAME); hard before ELB lands.
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Justin Santa Barbara 4 Jan 15
Replying to @jmckenty
Hey - you can't use words to argue with math! But agreed: isolated "proofs" don't support conclusions when there are other factors
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Justin Santa Barbara 4 Jan 15
Replying to @jmckenty
#2: Invest iff C/n < δ; more n allows higher C; if C1<C2 but δ1>δ2 ⇒ 2 irrational. For rational choices: more n⇒bigger C⇒bigger δ
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Justin Santa Barbara 4 Jan 15
Replying to @jmckenty
Easy to prove (some) economies. Question is whether/when diseconomies dominate economies; no proofs there. Proof #1: 1/(n+1)<1/n
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Justin Santa Barbara 4 Jan 15
Replying to @jmckenty
More interestingly: with choices of investments, more units means bigger investments (with larger cost reductions) are rational.
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Justin Santa Barbara 4 Jan 15
I've got no links for you! But.. Trivially: fixed costs are smaller when divided more.
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Justin Santa Barbara 31 Dec 14
Replying to @jmckenty
Short term: more AWS support for kubernetes. Long term: open-source cloud (same as ever!) Have you tried out k8s yet?
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Justin Santa Barbara 7 Oct 14
Replying to @TheSandyWalsh
Not this time, but maybe the next one! Enjoy Paris!
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Justin Santa Barbara 7 Oct 14
Replying to @mahmoudimus
No worries & no rush. I'll probably delete my previous tweet now: the gmail spam filter is good, but I should be reasonable.
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Justin Santa Barbara 7 Oct 14
Replying to @jmckenty
Thanks! And congratulations to you on the move to pivotal!
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Justin Santa Barbara 7 Oct 14
Replying to @termie
Thanks!
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Justin Santa Barbara 7 Oct 14
Replying to @TheSandyWalsh
Thanks Sandy! How are you doing? Are you going to Paris?
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Justin Santa Barbara 7 Oct 14
Replying to @notmyname
Thanks! Maybe I should add Swift support to meteor now!
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Justin Santa Barbara 7 Oct 14
Meteor Acquires YC Alum FathomDB For Its Development Platform via
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Justin Santa Barbara 9 Sep 14
Replying to @jk0 @justinsantab
Sadly not - did I miss anything good?
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Justin Santa Barbara 12 May 14
Celebrating openstack with the ! Congratulations to all on another great release. Tres Bon!
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