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Kubernetes Vision with Joe Beda

Google Cloud was started with a vision of providing Google infrastructure to the masses. In 2008, it was not obvious that Google should become a cloud provider. Amazon Web Services was

Kubernetes Storage with Saad Ali

Containers are made to fail gracefully. When your container shuts down due to a hardware or software failure, your distributed application should be able to tolerate that failure. One

Kubernetes Market with Adam Glick

Amazon Web Services is the leading cloud provider by a large margin. Amazon established its lead by being first to market in 2006, with Google and Microsoft taking several years to catch

Service Mesh Interface with Lachlan Evenson

Containers offer a lightweight abstraction for running a server. Cloud providers are able to manage billions of containers from different users, allowing for economies of scale so that

Multicloud Future with Bassam Tabbara

Each cloud provider offers a different set of services which are not always compatible with each other. What are the challenges of building an application that interoperates with