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Cloud Events with Doug Davis

Functions-as-a-service allow developers to run their code in a “serverless” environment. A developer can provide a function to a cloud provider and the code for that function will be

Multicloud with Ben Hindman

Most applications today are either deployed to on-premise environments or deployed to a single cloud provider. Developers who are deploying on-prem struggle to set up complicated open

Stateful Kubernetes with Saad Ali

In a cloud infrastructure environment, failures happen regularly. The servers can fail, the network can fail, and software bugs can crash your software unexpectedly. The amount of

Crossplane: Multicloud Control Plane with Bassam Tabbara

Cloud providers created the ability for developers to easily deploy their applications to servers on data centers. In the early days of the cloud, most of the code that a developer wrote

Google Early Days with John Looney Holiday Repeat

Originally posted on 16 June 2017. John Looney spent more than 10 years at Google. He started with infrastructure, and was part of the team that migrated Google File System to Colossus,