Radio Cloud Native with Eric Gregory & John Jainschigg

Mirantis Inc.

Get the latest news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and John Jainschigg break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.

If you want to listen to more episodes of Radio Cloud Native, please visit https://www.mirantis.com/radiocloudnative/ to download, or find them wherever you prefer to consume your podcasts.


You can also watch the on demand recordings of each episode on our YouTube channel @MirantisUS

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RCN #48 - "Planternetes", the open enterprise & more
Aug 23 2023
RCN #48 - "Planternetes", the open enterprise & more
Get the latest news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Hosts Eric Gregory breaks through the jargon to help you make sense of it all.In this episode, Eric walks through the highlights of Kubernetes 1.28, then breaks down the latest kerfuffles in the world of the enterprise open source, a major security issue in npm, and more.A full list of topics for this week's episode include:Kubernetes 1.28 ReleaseCloud trends for the summerOpen source tumultDeveloper trends for the remainder of 2023ChatGPT & StackOverflow studyThe bug at the heart of npmRemembering Bram MoolenarIf you want to listen to more episodes of Radio Cloud Native, please visit https://www.mirantis.com/radiocloudnative/ to download, or find them wherever you prefer to consume your podcasts.Read the attached blog post for this episode here: https://www.mirantis.com/blog/what-s-new-in-kubernetes-1-28-sidecar-containers-and-fewer-disruptions As mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #47 - Kubernetes All The Way Down
Jul 17 2023
RCN #47 - Kubernetes All The Way Down
Get the latest news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Host Eric Gregory breaks through the jargon to help you make sense of it all.In this episode, Eric discusses the new open source control plane manager k0smotron, Kubernetes’ new sidecar container feature, changes around Red Hat Enterprise Linux and how those have echoed around the industry, a new wrinkle in Broadcom’s proposed acquisition of VMware, and much more. Access the resources Eric presented in this episode below:k0smotron GitHub page: https://github.com/k0sproject/k0smotronKEP-753 - Sidecar containers: https://github.com/kubernetes/enhancements/tree/master/keps/sig-node/753-sidecar-containersCMA document on Broadcom/VMware: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/64ac174ab504f7000ccdb88e/Issues_Statement_Response.pdfA full list of topics for this week's episode include:k0smotronKubernetes Sidecar feature updateCongrats to IstioRed Hat RHEL & SUSENew wrinkles in the Broadcom/VMware sagaAs mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #46 - Microservices to Monoliths?
Jun 7 2023
RCN #46 - Microservices to Monoliths?
Get the latest news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and John Jainschigg break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week Eric does a deep dive into Prime Video’s microservice-to-monolith story - or maybe it’s a microservice refactoring? Then he explores some cool new features in k0s 1.27, including wasm support and a neat bit of security hardening, as well as the latest releases for JavaScript runtimes Bun and Deno, and the role of open source large language models in the industry’s ongoing AI tempest.A full list of topics for this week's episode include:Microservices to monoliths? A Prime Video storyk0s 1.27 - from the Teams at Mirantis!JSwatch - a look at the JavaScript worldUpdate on PyPi & the world of securityA closing word on Large Language Models - small & open?If you want to listen to more episodes of Radio Cloud Native, please visit https://www.mirantis.com/radiocloudnative/ to download.You can also watch the on demand recordings of each episode on our YouTube channel @MirantisUS or catch the audio only version wherever you prefer to consume your podcasts.As mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #45 - Chill Vibes at KubeCon Europe
Apr 24 2023
RCN #45 - Chill Vibes at KubeCon Europe
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.KubeCon Europe is in full swing - so we'll be circling back to the most interesting developments from the conference next week. This week week however, Eric & special guest host John Jainschigg tackle a whirlwind of Kubernetes news stories, including some new release features that are fresh off the press, as well as a whole lot more!A full list of topics for this week's episode include:Kubernetes 1.27News from KubeCon in AmsterdamCNCF Security AuditTrivy adds CIS Kubernetes benchmark scanningJava Operator SDKKeycloak joins the CNCFA "vibe-shift" in the world of AIWebAssembly news updateHacker news - a project reccomendation from EricCheck out John's Stochastic Parrots paper recommendation: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3442188.3445922 If you want to listen to more episodes of Radio Cloud Native, please visit https://www.mirantis.com/radiocloudnative/ to download, or find them wherever you prefer to consume your podcasts.As mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #44 - Kubernetes configuration woes, the ongoing adventures of LLMs & more!
Apr 7 2023
RCN #44 - Kubernetes configuration woes, the ongoing adventures of LLMs & more!
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week Eric is once more joined by everybody's favorite guest host: John Jainschigg. They dive into the recent Swarm-only mode vulnerability (identified by the teams at Mirantis), an Azure exploit that gave security researchers control of Bing, the resolution to the Docker "Free Teams" saga, emerging use cases for LLMs, and - as always - a whole lot more!A full list of topics for this week's episode include:Swarm overlay network security issueFairwinds Kubernetes Benchmark Report 2023BingBang - Azure vulnerabilities give researchers control of BingOpenAI's letter & Yudkowsky's rejoinderThreat analysis via ChatGPTUpdates on Docker's "Free Teams"Twitter posts "the algorithm"Open source Curl project sponsored by BloombergAlberta Grad student deploys serverless KubernetesIf you want to listen to more episodes of Radio Cloud Native, please visit https://www.mirantis.com/radiocloudnative/ to download, or find them wherever you prefer to consume your podcasts.As mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #43 - What's Happening with Docker 'Free Teams,' CNCF News & More on Language Models
Mar 27 2023
RCN #43 - What's Happening with Docker 'Free Teams,' CNCF News & More on Language Models
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week, Eric is joined once again by co-host Nick Chase - with a brief segment with everyone's favorite guest host John Jainschigg - to discuss what the heck is happening with Docker's 'Free Teams' as well as the latest CNCF news, GPT-4, new Kubernetes & Cilium releases, and as always a whole lot more.A full list of topics for this week's episode include:The end of Docker 'Free Teams'CNCF outlines cloud vs. edge-native App principlesKepler to CNCFNational (US) Cybersecurity StrategyTo cloud or not to cloud - that is the questionRemote software development jobs pay more than local onesGPT-4Microsoft 365 CoPilotNotable release notesKubernetes 1.27Cilium 1.13If you want to listen to more episodes of Radio Cloud Native, please visit https://www.mirantis.com/radiocloudnative/ to download, or find them wherever you prefer to consume your podcasts.As mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #42 - SVB, the EU Cyber Resiliency Act, & the latest on Moby 23.0
Mar 14 2023
RCN #42 - SVB, the EU Cyber Resiliency Act, & the latest on Moby 23.0
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.We are back with two hosts - everyone's favorite guest host John Jainschigg joins Eric Gregory for this week's installment. On today's episode, we'll be diving into the latest from the Moby project, the new Kubernetes Without Kubelet tool (KWOK), the new EU Cybersecurity Act & its implications for EMEA, as well as a look at the recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) late last week. That and much more!A full list of topics for this week's episode include:Moby 23.0 releaseA look at the "Top 8" managed Kubernetes providersKubernetes Without Kubelet Tool (KOWK)Raising money to save moneyBeware the Ides of March - SVB CollapseEU Cyber Resiliency ActAs mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #41 - The Very Latest in Kubernetes News
Feb 24 2023
RCN #41 - The Very Latest in Kubernetes News
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week - well, we had some technical difficulties. As you'll hear Eric mention in the beginning of this week's episode, our live stream & recording tool petered out on us so this is a re-recording with all the pertinent news. Nick WAS back this week during the live stream, but Eric is riding solo for this Band-aid episode. Eric takes a look at the latest in Kubernetes news, forthcoming update to the NIST's cybersecurity guidance, Section 230, a very wild couple of weeks for AI-based language models, and a whole lot more!A full list of topics for this week's episode include:Goodbye, k8s.gcr.io Chick-fil-a talks more about its cluster-in-every-store K8s strategyNew Malware called "Beep"Reddit breachCanonical's Valentine gift is realtime LinuxDHH update on 37signals cloud repatriationSection 230Why do I have to be Bing Search?"Scary" AIAs mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #40 - State of the DevSecOps Union
Feb 10 2023
RCN #40 - State of the DevSecOps Union
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week, Eric has a co-host once again - and its everyone's favorite guest host John Jainschigg! The dynamic duo dive into recent ransomware attacks targeting ESXi servers, the current state of DevSecOps across the industry, new AI search options from both Microsoft & Google, and of course, a whole lot more!If you interested in learning more about DevSecOps, we invite you to check out Eric's recent blog on the topic here: https://www.mirantis.com/blog/the-state-of-cloud-native-securityand-devsecopsA full list of topics for this week's episode include:Mirantis acquires ShipaAzure's response to surging cloud costsVMware ESXi attacksGo 1.20Recent security reportsW3C re-launches as public-interest non-profitThe AI arms raceWasm Labs adds Python supportAs mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #39 - Surging Cloud & K8s Costs Have Some Companies Rethinking Strategy
Jan 27 2023
RCN #39 - Surging Cloud & K8s Costs Have Some Companies Rethinking Strategy
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.Eric is flying solo again this week & takes a short-but-sweet look at the trending stories of the week, including the ramifications of surging cloud & Kubernetes costs, two major Git vulnerabilities, some fun resources from Wasm (Eric's favorite) & eBPF, and - as always - so much more.If your interested in a more in-depth look at WasmEdge & WebAssembly on Kubernetes in general, check out Eric's recent Tech Talk on the topic here: https://www.mirantis.com/labs/running-webassembly-applications-on-kubernetes-with-wasmedgeA full list of topics for this week's episode include:Surging cloud & Kubernetes costs: what are the ramifications?Git vulnerabilitiesLastPass/GoTo breach updateeBPF to solve problems sidecar can'tWasm-powered SQLite as replacement for WebSQLApple releases Lisa source codeChuck-e-Cheese (yes, that Chuck-e-CheeseAs mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #38 - Rotate Everything
Jan 13 2023
RCN #38 - Rotate Everything
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all. *NOTE* - Radio Cloud Native is switching to a bi-weekly release schedule (every other Wednesday), starting with today's episode. You can still find RCN in all existing locations or wherever you normally get your podcasts.Sign up for Eric's upcoming Tech Talk on WASM Edge here: https://www.mirantis.com/labs/running-webassembly-applications-on-kubernetes-with-wasmedge?utm_source=rcn&utm_campaign=2023Q4-webinar-TechTalk-AppswithWasmEdgeOn this week's episode, Eric has a co-pilot and it's everyone's favorite guest host John Jainschigg! Eric & John kick off the second episode of the new year with a host of recent security vulnerabilities that you all should be aware of. Leading stories include a look at the growth in VM deployments, the breach at CircleCI, a new wave of attacks on Kubernetes clusters, the latest in ChatGPT and of course a whole lot more!Find the resources discussed in this week’s episode here: https://www.mirantis.com/blog/this-week-s-news-circleci-breach-kinsing-kubernetes-attacks-and-moreA full list of topics for this week's episode include:Mirantis news updateCircleCI breachClass pollution in PythonKinsing Kubernetes attacksRecursive container securityRuby gets WebAssembly compiler & other updatesMeta rescinds full-time job offers in LondonOpenAI & ChatGPT news, updates & discussionIntroducing the new & improved whack-a-doodle news quizAs mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #37 - Cloudy (cost) Forecasts
Jan 6 2023
RCN #37 - Cloudy (cost) Forecasts
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week, Eric breaks in the new year with this abridged, solo episode. He dives into the recent LastPass security breach, the industry-wide revolt of cost-conscious cloud users, the year in HTTP, and so much more!Sign up for our upcoming join webinar with Kubecost if you want to learn more about controlling your Kubernetes spend in 2023: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/18604/569770?utm_source=Mirantis&utm_medium=rcn&utm_campaign=569770A full list of topics for this week's episode include:Security updateBig Tech under pressure from cost-conscious cloud customersHTTP updatesOpen source news & toolingHow eBay Engineering uses OpenTelemetryLagniappe (Cajun for "a little something extra")Find the resources discussed in this week’s episode here: https://www.mirantis.com/blog/this-week-s-news-cloudy-cost-forecastsAs mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #36 - The Cloud Native Year-in-Review
Dec 23 2022
RCN #36 - The Cloud Native Year-in-Review
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week, Eric is again joined by special guest host John Jainschigg to go over the highlights (and in some cases "low-lights") from 2022 as they relate to cloud native & adjacent technologies. In addition to our retrospective look at the year as it comes to a close, Eric & John will also be discussing recent topics including Google's OSV scanner, time-sliced GPU sharing in Kubernetes, and a recent report on container & K8s utilization from DataDog.Find the resources discussed along with a transcript here: https://www.mirantis.com/blog/the-cloud-native-year-in-reviewA full list of topics for this week's episode include:k0s in Le Monde InformatiqueTime-slicing GPU with KubernetesGoogle debuts new OSV scannerAWS fixes recent Elastic Search Container Registry vulnerabilityUber Engineering gives us a a peek at their DevpodsDataDog's updated container reportA look back at RCN's most impactful stories of 2022As mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #35 - The High Cost of Low-Quality Code
Dec 16 2022
RCN #35 - The High Cost of Low-Quality Code
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week, special guest host John Jainschigg is back beside Eric to discuss the trending stories across the world of technology. Eric & John dive into the impact that "low quality" software has on BIG enterprises, new modes of attack specific to air-gapped systems, and a look at the future-facing technologies like COBOL , floppy disks & even Python. Remember those?Find the resources discussed along with a transcript here: https://www.mirantis.com/blog/this-week-s-news-the-high-cost-of-low-quality-codeA full list of topics for this week's episode include:Report: impact of "bad" software on US Economy reaches $2.41 TrillionKubernetes Security: a new TokenRequest API attack vectorBeware: evasive new cyberattack can bypass air-gapped systemsLinux kernel 6.1 is here!Your end-of-year WebAssembly updateWhere will Python be in 100 years? Guido van Rossum on Python's futureKeeping it COBOLMeta-Inverse: Metaverse for the Enterprise?AI-assisted coding: the more the betterAs mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #34 - Kubernetes 1.26, DoD's Zero Trust Model, AI Coding & More!
Dec 9 2022
RCN #34 - Kubernetes 1.26, DoD's Zero Trust Model, AI Coding & More!
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week, we welcome Nick back to his normal spot beside Eric as co-host for an exciting episode packed full of interesting stories from around the tech world. Eric & Nick discuss this week's Kubernetes 1.26 release, the US Department of Defense's new Zero Trust security framework, AWS re:Invent - which took place last week in Las Vegas, all the latest ChatGPT hubbub, and so much more! Stick around to the end for a double dose of Whack-a-Doodle in honor of Nick's return.Find the links to the resources discussed here: https://www.mirantis.com/blog/this-week-s-news-kubernetes-1-26-dod-s-zero-trust-guidance-and-moreA full list of topics for this week's episode include:Kubernetes 1.26 is here!The DoD's Zero Trust Strategy & RoadmapHow to secure Helm with SysdigEuropean, Dev-focused Honeypot releases documentary on PrometheusNew, open source project Gitopper to bring GitOps outside of KubernetesDo recent round of tech layoffs mean we can all breathe again?Recapping last week's AWS re:InventNews from Forrester APAC Predictions 2023 - the rise of (coding) machinesStack Overflow bans AI-generated answersWhack-a-Doodle (a double dose)As mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #33 - Istio, Fedora, Deno, OpenStack’s 2022 User Survey, & more!
Nov 18 2022
RCN #33 - Istio, Fedora, Deno, OpenStack’s 2022 User Survey, & more!
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week, Eric & our favorite recurring guest host John Jainschigg talk new releases from Istio, Fedora & Deno, OpenStack's 2022 User survey, and are we really "turning off the microservices?" That & more in this week's jam-packed episode. We'd also like to point you all towards our "Sister Show" - Cloud Native & Coffee - hosted by our very own John Jainschigg. CN&C features longer form conversations with Kubernetes experts, cloud native innovators, and open source champions from across the industry & around the world. Find full episodes of Cloud Native & Coffee wherever you can find Radio Cloud Native, or catch us live every other Thursday at 1PM EST on the Mirantis LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mirantis/events/A full list of topics for this week's episode include:Announcement: check out our "Sister Show" Cloud Native & CoffeeChoozle leverages Lens Autopilot to move faster with KubernetesIstio announces the release of version 1.16Spotify Backstage vulnerability discovered & patched before it causes any real damageGitHub adds procedure for private vulnerability reportingIBM discontinues IoT device management offeringTwitter blue check fracas & Twitter 2.0Deno 1.28 brings 1.3M npm modulesFedora Linux 37OpenStack's 2022 User SurveyAs mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #32 - Open Source Voting Systems, Sigstore hits GA & More!
Nov 11 2022
RCN #32 - Open Source Voting Systems, Sigstore hits GA & More!
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week, Eric - and by now infamous guest host John Jainschigg - are taking a look at news from across the world of open source, including: Sigstore, Kong & Kuma 2.0, Nvidia's PHYSX 5.1, and, as always, so much more.A full list of topics for this week's episode include:Intro & agendaNew Hampshire town introduce open source-based voting machines in recent MidtermsKong announces new service mesh offering & Kuma 2.0NVIDIA drops open source PHYSX 5.1Sigstore's Fulcio & Rekor reach GAMatthew Butterick sues GitHub & Microsoft over CoPilotPhylum reporting malicious PyPi packages that steal passwords22-year-old vulnerability patch in SGLiteTom Breners-Lee not super-impressed with web3Outro (with Cat Alert)As mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!
RCN #31 - KubeCon NA in Review + Cloud Repatriation
Nov 4 2022
RCN #31 - KubeCon NA in Review + Cloud Repatriation
Get the week's news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and Nick Chase break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all.This week, Eric & everyone's favorite guest host, John Jainschigg, are back from their usual locations to review the very best from last week's KubeCon. They will also be discussing the new integration between Cilium & Grafana stack, as well as some fascinating new WASM platforms (Eric's favorite), and closing on some of the biggest cloud trends here in the final months of 2022.Topics for this week include:Shout out to Mirantis' own Jussi Numelin of Team k0s!Cilium & Grafana stack integrate for eBFT-powered observabilitySlim.AI's Public Container ReportCosmonic & Fermyon's WASM CloudsJFrog's open source Pyrsia Blockchain initiativeClosing notes from our time at KubeCon NA'Big Three' Public Cloud Providers all report slowing growth rates for their cloud businessesRepatriation from public cloud takes offBig milestones for Linux & RustAs mentioned by Eric, this (RCN #49) will be the final episode of Radio Cloud Native (in it's current format).Please keep the podcast in your feed and keep an eye out for fresh content. Sometime early in this new year, the team at Mirantis is planning to revamp Radio Cloud Native (possibly under a new name, but accessible from this same RSS feed). Thank you to all of our listeners that kept Radio Cloud Native going over the past two-or-so years. And a special thanks as well as good luck to long-time host Eric Gregory as he pursues future endeavors outside of Mirantis. Stay tuned for more podcasts from Mirantis in 2024!