Multimesh with Luke Kysow
51 min

A service mesh provides routing, load balancing, policy management, and other features to a set of services that need to communicate with each other. The mesh can simplify operations across these different services by providing an interface to configure them. 

There are lots of different vendors who offer service mesh technology: AWS has AppMesh, Google has Istio (which is open source), Buoyant has Linkerd (which is also open source), and HashiCorp has Consul Connect. Unfortunately, these service meshes do not all play well together. And at a large enough company, different teams will be setting up different service meshes. So it would be useful for services in those different meshes to be able to communicate with each other.

Luke Kysow is an engineer at HashiCorp where he works on Consul Connect, and he joins the show to discuss service mesh usage, adoption, and possible strategies for maintaining multiple service meshes within a single organization.

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Google Cloud Platform Podcast
Google Cloud Platform Podcast
Google Cloud Platform
2020 Year End Wrap Up
This week, four of the podcast’s greatest hosts come together to celebrate all of the fun and informative episodes we’ve been privileged to do this year! Join Mark Mirchandani, Jon Foust, Priyanka Vergadia, and Brian Dorsey as we talk about our favorite guests and shows, some cool things that happened this year, and what we’re looking forward to in 2021! Cool things of the week * A Giant List of Google Cloud Resources blog * Google Cloud 4 Words site Our favorite episodes * Jon’s Favorites * GCP Podcast Episode 212: Data Management with Amy Krishnamohan podcast * GCP Podcast Episode 237: NVIDIA with Bryan Catanzaro podcast * Priyanka’s Favorite * GCP Podcast Episode 240: reCAPTCHA Enterprise with Kelly Anderson + Spring ML Potholes with Eric Clark podcast * Mark’s Favorites * GCP Podcast Episode 242: NASA and FDL with James Parr and Madhulika Guhathakurta podcast * GCP Podcast Episode 217: Cost Optimization with Justin Lerma and Pathik Sharma podcast * GCP Podcast Episode 228: Fastly with Tyler McMullen podcast * Brian’s Favorites * GCP Podcast Episode 223: Voice Coding with Emily Shea and Ryan Hileman podcast * GCP Podcast Episode 233: Bare Metal Solution with James Harding and Gurmeet Goindi podcast * GCP Podcast Episode 212: Data Management with Amy Krishnamohan podcast Sound Effects Attribution * “Bad Beep” by RicherLandTV of Freesound.org * “Small Group Laugh 6” by Tim.Kahn of Freesound.org * “It’s Always Night in Space” by JamesSilvera of HDInteractive.com * “Easy Cheesy” by LoboLoco of FreeMusicArchive.org
36 min
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Towards Data Science
The TDS team
60. Rob Miles - Why should I care about AI safety?
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45 min
The Cloudcast
The Cloudcast
Cloudcast Media
The State of Kubernetes
Nigel Poulton (@nigelpoulton, Docker & Kubernetes training) talks about the current and future state of Kubernetes, who is using it and why, implementation and operational challenges, and how get started and what tools he recommends *SHOW: *478 *SHOW SPONSOR LINKS:* * Okta - You should not be building your own Auth * Learn how Okta helped Cengage improve student success rates during COVID. * Datadog Security Monitoring Homepage - Modern Monitoring and Analytics * Try Datadog yourself by starting a free, 14-day trial today. Listeners of this podcast will also receive a free Datadog T-shirt. * CloudAcademy - Build hands-on technical skills. Get measurable results.  * Get 50% of the monthly price of CloudAcademy by using code CLOUDCAST *CLOUD NEWS OF THE WEEK *- http://bit.ly/cloudcast-cnotw *PodCTL Podcast is Back (Enterprise Kubernetes) *- http://podctl.com *SHOW NOTES:* * *Nigel Poulton Homepage* * *Nigel’s YouTube Channel** * * *Kubernetes Deep Drive (ACloudGuru)* * *Nigel’s training courses on PluralSight* * *Eps. 320 (Nov 2017) - "Docker adds Kubernetes, now what?"* * *Eps.269 (Sept 2016) - "Putting Docker in your brain"* *Topic 1 - *Welcome back to the show. Tell us about some of your most recent projects, and all the places where people can find your training?  *Topic 2 - *Let’s talk about the State of Kubernetes, level of maturity of users/usage. Where do you think we are at the end of 2020?  *Topic 3 - *Who do you find are trying to learn and use Kubernetes, more Infra/Ops, or AppDev, or somewhere in between (DevOps, DevSecOps, SRE, etc.)? *Topic 3a - *Where do you see people succeeding, and where are they still struggling to adjust to the requirements of Kubernetes?  *Topic 4 - *The ecosystem of projects around Kubernetes (immutable Linux, Operators, Service Mesh, Prometheus, OPA, Serverless/Knative, etc.) has gotten very broad. How do you find people are dealing with all these moving pieces?  *Topic 5 - *There are a lot of ways to engage with Kubernetes these days - DIY (OSS), vendor distributions, Kubernetes on your laptop, web IDEs, Hosted Services (simple & complex). What do you recommend to people, or do you see trends about how people best engage with Kubernetes?  *Topic 6 - *Do you think it’s OK that Kubernetes doesn’t have a “developer model”, but rather many different options? Do you think this evolves in 2021?   *FEEDBACK?* * Email: show at thecloudcast dot net * Twitter: @thecloudcastnet
34 min
Kubernetes Podcast from Google
Kubernetes Podcast from Google
Adam Glick and Craig Box
KubeCon NA 2020, with Stephen Augustus
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