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The Cloudcast #172 - The State of Containers

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The Cloudcast #172 - The State of Containers

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Learn how to migrate and modernize stateless applications and run them in a Kubernetes cluster.

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Date: December 3, 2014

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Brian talks with Nick Weaver (@lynxbat, Director of SDI Labs @Intel) about living/working in Portland, trends in public clouds, the latest on containers, DockerCon EU, CoreOS Rocket, and cool Linux technology he’s learning about. Music Credit: Nine Inch Nails (www.nin.com)

Before we get into it with Nick, we need to address the lingering issue of either Aaron or Brian running for a Board seat in the OpenStack Foundation.
Topic 1 - You recently moved out to Portland. How is the Portland scene and how is it working full-time on the west coast (Seattle, Portland, Bay Area) - all within an hour flight?
Topic 2 - As an “outsider”, any thoughts on the recent announcements from any of the big clouds (AWS, Google, vCloud, Microsoft, etc.) or cloud projects (OpenStack)?
Topic 3 - A few months ago you gave a couple talks about Docker that got very good reviews & feedback. We’ve discussed the pros & cons of Docker offline. Where do you see Docker and the Docker ecosystem these days?
Topic 4 - That logically leads us to the announcement yesterday by CoreOS ( Eps.163 & Eps.107) about “ Rocket”. Have you had a chance to play with it yet?
Topic 5 - What else are you tinkering with that’s cool these days?
Topic 6 - We should just announce now that Nick will be a monthly guest and him and Brian are going to discuss all the startups they invent while drinking at tradeshows.

Join us in exploring application and infrastructure changes required for running scalable, observable, and portable apps on Kubernetes.

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