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Krishnakumar R (KK) Dec 11
Finally, the results of our amazing team work has been made public. So happy to see it announced. As we work through the next iteration of this, looking forward to usage and feedback 😀
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Jeff Dean Dec 8
This was quite interesting. I particularly like the part that started with: "For example, consider the cost of a single bit in the brain as it travels through a target neuron [18]. ... burning only 2.3 femto-Joules (fJ). ..."
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Krishnakumar R (KK) Dec 7
The smell of userland drivers are in the air 🤓
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Krishnakumar R (KK) Dec 7
Replying to @khnidk
some body was planning to master - art of slowing down 🧐
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Krishnakumar R (KK) Dec 1
Some times all u hv to do to avoid getting frustrated with designing is to focus on coding proof of concept, on the parts which are clear & have consensus on. Having done this several times in the past, had to remind myself this again recently 😔Oh ! ⬆️& ⬇️ of sw development 🤪
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Krishnakumar R (KK) Dec 1
Replying to @khnidk
Waiting waiting .....🤓
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Krishnakumar R (KK) Oct 25
Replying to @khnidk
On the lighter side of it, what a relatable nightmare 😂
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Krishnakumar R (KK) Oct 25
Replying to @khnidk
Take it easy, Kal...may be time to take a break.
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Justin Luk Oct 23
now available with ! Authenticate your containers to access resources like or faster than ever! 🔐 Check it out today -
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Kubernetes Oct 8
Day 1️⃣ of our *5 Days of * series kicks-off with a "Support for Azure VMSS, Cluster-Autoscaler and User Assigned Identity" dive from & 🔗
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Krishnakumar R (KK) Sep 24
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Julien CORIOLAND Sep 5
Just blogged -> How to use managed identities with Azure Service () to get your pods an identity and assign fine-grade controlled roles
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Krishnakumar R (KK) Aug 29
The amount of time you work on something determines your forward progress (with stuff you are trying to make an impact), but more and more I feel it’s the amount of inspiration which catalyses the whole process😀
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Brian Goff Aug 20
New much more efficient log driver merged into Docker today: From 3 allocs per log entry (json-file) to 0 per line (“local”). Reads dramatically improved, particularly for tailing operations. You do have to tell it you want the new driver, though.
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Daniel Neumann Aug 20
Using dysk in Azure Kubernetes Service as persistent storage option
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Krishnakumar R (KK) Aug 12
Replying to @khnidk
Yes 👍
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Gabe Monroy Aug 3
Some epic demos during show and tell this week. Autoscale all the things. 🤯
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Sean McKenna Jul 27
Just because you don't run the master nodes in doesn't mean you don't have use for their logs. Here's how to get them:
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Krishnakumar R (KK) Jul 1
Interesting !! Azure IoT edge security daemon written in Rust 😀 cc
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Kubernetes Jun 27
Kubernetes 1.11 is here, with increased scalability & flexibility for production applications:
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