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Rob Szumski
Product Manager for Red Hat OpenShift. Prev. , joined as 2nd employee. Intersection of UX & container technology is how we experience modern software.
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Rob Szumski Oct 16
MongoDB has a really cool Operator that knows how to deploy high scale sharded clusters all the way down to single instance dev clusters. The expertise for how to run MongoDB correctly is embedded by their engineers, so you don't have to be an expert.
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Ashesh Badani Oct 16
Great to see operator progress in automating database management - the home of Redis today announced collaboration with to make Redis Enterprise available as a hosted and fully-managed database service on .
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Rob Szumski Oct 12
Replying to @kentron5000
You better evacuate to the bar and never look back. It's probably still dangerous in there, safer to stay away for the weekend.
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Rob Szumski Oct 11
Reminds me of the “set the nuke code to 0000000” trick we used in the Cold War.
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Rob Szumski Oct 11
Replying to @vaporfog @coreos and 2 others
You can always use kubectl with Kubernetes, whether it's Tectonic or OpenShift.
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Rob Szumski Oct 11
Emergency separation after the 2nd stage disintegrated below them, a very very rare event. SpaceX has a test in-flight abort later this year, because this capability needs to be bulletproof. Glad both are ok.
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Rob Szumski Oct 10
Replying to @robszumski
⭐️⭐️⭐️: Shadow Divers (Non Fiction): Recreational divers discover & identify a WWII boat off of New York, in super deep water. Risk it all to discover what happened, including 3 deaths along the way. Deep diving is crazy complex, both mental and physical.
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Rob Szumski Oct 10
Replying to @robszumski
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: Raven Rock: The Story of the U.S. Government's Secret Plan to Save Itself (Non-Fiction): We've spent 50+ billion dollars on "Continuity of Government", it's mind boggling. Includes unique anecdotes about Cold War events, 9/11 & Jimmy Carter.
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Rob Szumski Oct 10
Replying to @robszumski
⭐️⭐️⭐️: American Fire: Love, Arson, and Life in a Vanishing Land: (Non-Fiction): A story of serial arson unfolding on Virginia's sparse Eastern Shore. I enjoyed watching the plot unfold as 20,000 (!!) police hours were spent catching the arsonist.
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Rob Szumski Oct 10
Replying to @jeffgraySF
Excited to get this out into the world!
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Rob Szumski Oct 10
Replying to @kfury
one state down, 49 to go...
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Rob Szumski Oct 10
TIL about these awesome micro webapps that help you troubleshoot connectivity between your computer and hosted services. The support version of a speedtest.
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Rob Szumski Oct 10
Replying to @kfury
I have been brainstorming this. Wealthy billionaire just pays you to vote and be engaged, it doesn't matter who you vote for. But there isn't a way to prove that you voted.
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Rob Szumski Oct 8
Heading down under in a few weeks to chat with OpenShift customers in Australia & New Zealand. I packed in a lot in a short time 😅 And of course that's a good time to take PTO afterwards SFO > Auckland > Wellington > Auckland > Sydney > Canberra > Melbourne > Sydney > LAX > SFO
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Rob Szumski Oct 5
AWS Operator is awesome! Allows you to create a DynamoDB instance from a Kubernetes CRD and kubectl.
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Rob Szumski Sep 28
The SEC is really throwing the book at Musk. No question what he did was wrong, but seems harsh compared to this list of other temp/permanent bans: Maybe this will push them to actually take Tesla private, so he can continue the reign?
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Rob Szumski Sep 26
Excited to be speaking at Kubecon with about how Operator Metering can collect operational metrics from large scale (5-10k namespace) Kubernetes clusters.
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Lauren Duda Sep 19
’s demos the Couchbase Autonomous Operator at
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Rob Szumski Sep 19
Making a net work in space is harder than you think. Pretty cool to see work to remove space debris.
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Rob Szumski Sep 18
Replying to @robszumski
⭐️⭐️⭐️: 20 Mil Tons Under the Sea: The Daring Capture of U-505 (Non-Fiction): We came to losing WWII in '43 due to U-boat threat. Interesting tactics discussed, including capture of boat by US. Confirms that nuclear was a huge shift for sub warfare.
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