17 Burst results for "Bedas"

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Having another good example of this is cube flow, where I interviewed David who worked on cube flow when he was at Google, and now he's at Microsoft, and he was very much like look, I this thing is like, really young. There was like for a long time. There's like half an engineer at Google working on it now. It's got a few more resources. We need a lot of work, and I was like, yes, that is a recipe for long term success. Is that takes patience to actually like, you know, low and slow cook things? Right. You know. And I think on the business side oftentimes, it's difficult to have that patients. And I think that's part of and from a startup strategy like we talked earlier about how, like a lot of startups try and start an open source project, and use that to sort of bootstrap, what they've been doing ease link Lincoln D, as an example there. You know, it's a long haul to go from zero to successful open source, too. You know, something that actually starts to have a life of its own that you can actually start to, to see some dividends from. And I think a lot of companies don't recognize what a long haul that's going to be a lot of investors don't either. So I think you know, as startups look for investors, there's some vaster that know that, hey, this is a longer longer term investment versus like they wanna see an overnight success Docker kind of spoiled it. Well, I mean, Docker even wasn't an overnight, success dot cloud for God knows how long before Docker was thing. Right. So I think that, you know, you got to align the business expectations with the reality of building community. Commercial open source software businesses build their business model around an open source software project software businesses built around open source software operate differently than those built around proprietary software. The open course summit is a conference for commercial open source software. If you are building a business around open source software. Check out the open core. Summit September nineteenth and twentieth at the palace of fine arts. In San Francisco, go to open core. Summit dot com to register at open core summit will discuss the engineering business strategy and investment landscape of commercial open source software..

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Oh, your vision for the company was to help if I understand the vision, correctly, it was to help users deploy in operate. Coober Netease in a cloud agnostic way. You encourage them wrong on that vision. But what was your strategy for implementing that? So, yeah, I think I think your strategy summary is good. What I would say, is that, you know, we always viewed hefty. Oh, not as a coup, Venetis company, but as a cloud native company. And so if you looked like the first blog posts I wrote on the hefty. Oh, blog was like defining what cloud native was? The different aspects of it. And why it's important. And so we always saw it. And I think the same thing when Craig created the native computing foundation. We knew that Kuban news was only a piece of the puzzle. It was a critical sort of keystone piece, but it was only a piece of the puzzle, and it's really about delivering that business value that you realize through cloud native, and my quick definition that I've been practicing here is cloud is essentially running on systems managed by somebody else, and often the factors that, I think defined cloud is API driven self service and elastic. Right. Those are the things that for me defined cloud. Cloud native is tools techniques teams and organizations that are optimized to take the best advantage of that, right? So cloud native is your mindset and the tools and the way that you build software that is complementary and takes advantage of cloud. And so- Kuban Eddie's is critical in that actually provides a cloud like abstraction on top of any type of infrastructure. So it creates an opportunity for. You to be cloud, native, even if you're not running in the public cloud, and so that, that was sort of the thing that we came at hefty. Oh, with which is like, how can we start organizations enterprises along their cloud native journey so they can actually realize the benefits of being a modern software? Shop a how can we do it in a way where we decouple that moving to cloud with becoming cloud native. Because as a software engineer, if you try and do things at once your chance of failure increases dramatically. And so if you want to actually take advantage of this being able to actually do it like next to your existing infrastructure being able to ease yourself into it instead of trying to rip the band aid off, all at once is going to be a much more successful path towards Bonner nizing your your development practices than just saying, hey, we're gonna move to cloud. Let's just reinvent the world like that is often a recipe for frustration. Digital ocean.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Enter the market Google's? Advertising business was a large and growing cash cow executives within Google were not sure how much capital and effort should be allocated into an infrastructure business. When Google decided to go into the cloud business, Joe Beata was one of the engineers who helped lead the effort, and he joins the show as today's guest Google's internal server infrastructure is managed. By board a system for allocating resources to applications, Google cloud runs on board just like every other application. And there were a number of early engineering challenges to building the necessary functionality into board for running a cloud provider on top of it. One example of a technical challenge that Google faced was the refectory of board to run Google cloud workloads, the requirements for public infrastructure are different than those of the internal Google or infrastructure inside of Google developers, deploy their applications to containers running on bare metal outside of Google, especially back in two thousand eight through two thousand fourteen developers wanted to create virtual machines board needed to be refracted in order to stand, she ate VM's so that the customers of Google cloud could set up those VM's on top of board infrastructure. Google solved. The technical problem as well as many other challenges, and Google cloud, slowly gained momentum in the market, but AWS remained the default choice for profitable enterprise workloads. It wasn't until the container orchestration wars that Google found an opportunity to jump on a market segment that offered strong differentiation by open sourcing coober, Netease, and presenting a clear vision for where the Cooper Netease project was going, Google shifted, the battlefield of the public cloud towards a competitive landscape, where it has many advantages coober, Netease, also provided many other technology companies with an opportunity to get into the cloud market, creating a, collaborative multi-country ecosystem that has accelerated the pace of software faster than anyone expected. Joe Beata has been instrumental in the evolution of the cloud native ecosystem in today's episode Joe gives his. Memories on Google. Cloud coober Netease and his coober. Netease company, hep DO, which he sold to VM ware, a few announcements from the SE daily universe find collapse is the company that I'm building. And we're having an online hacker Thon with twenty five hundred dollars in prizes..

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"bedas" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

Roleplay Retcon

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

"What I do recognize recognize it recognize the gym. I do. I bet man recognize the gym in the gun. Yes. The james. Chains. Do I that man recognize the gym in the guy? What do you think? It is. I bet it's the one from the museum from is. Inevitable onto museum. It was mine resume gift from the cold art of the universe. How am I supposed to know what the universe gifted? You man. I don't know. You. Just real quick. While this is happening tonight. We can be like thawing off. Batgirls. Absolutely. Okay. You only have to roll, we'll just say that the you are surreptitiously doing that thing. Me is thawing me. All right. Yeah. You like kale's like wolf. No one else is gonna help me. Help yourself. He says something like Batman your league with the likes of her. Now, all of you have brought the corpse of my wife here to taunt me. And then Ivy says, I don't think she's dead Victor. I think she's only about thirty minutes, though. Give me that pretty little diamond in the middle of your your arm. And maybe we'll call it square. He seems to consider this for a second. You guys never interrupt me when I want, you interrupting me and you guys always under at me when I do when. Batman, get the Ice Man. I'm going to get the tulip. All right. I am going to while he is considering while he has lost in reminiscing about his beautiful wife, his stuck in a tube right now has an age today is still alive in them, or by her. I am going to. I'm going to tie them up. I'm going to let not less him. I don't have a less. So she follow. Belo him. Yeah. That's what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna. Just going to blow the heck out of him. Yeah. Role night night wing has gotten batgirls head unfought and she just over there like ranting about it. She's like I tried to tell him she was still alive and look what he does to me. I was seen my pan. I was going through my phone to find the pictures that I took, so I could show him any hits me with his ice. What a what a day what a day. See what see my dad. We'll have to. Okay. What do I what do I add to this role new? I haven't rolled yet. Is this a fighting? I made everything fighting, okay? Okay, giving you a gadgets thing, but I didn't do another -nother finding. Man three. Well healing role to oh. Oh, hey. Yeah. So this bolo completely incapacitates him in mmediately. Foil runs to you. Batman, clutches you by the lapels or whatever you've got on by your by your like rubber your rubber pictorials. Yeah. My Cape class. He's actually not quite sure where to grab you kind of like puts his hands on your like chest. A little bit I and he's like oh, yeah. Okay. Than he's like you, you have to save her. She's only about thirty minutes if she's unplugged, I will say her. That's what we're doing. Man, we don't want anyone to die. Victor sort of, like look sent him. And he kind of looks back at a freeze, and he says. Victor, it was never about the money. And so, yeah, what do you wanna do? I think he just tell me what you wanna do. But will you tell me again? Me. Yes. Man. Yes, you're asking Batman, what Bamiyan wants to do. Save. I want to save Nora how will you do that thing. All right. Cool. How how saved? Do that thing. I did. Okay. So batman. Books. Even to Mr. freezes is puts his hands on his shoulders gives him a little reassuring squeeze, you know, and then gently moves him gently, but firmly move him out of the way and then points directly Nora. I mean not nor is Lee. Pamela is Lee and says. You need to stop right now. Bedas thing he could think of in the moment, and then he is willing to. Yeah. Just like like, you know, a parent, who's, he's getting onto their young toddler for, for playing with something they're not supposed to how dare you, you stop that right now. And then he is going to do something real cool. You freeze for moment. Your. You got this far in your plan. And for a moment freeze, who clearly knows Pamela Eisley looks at Pamela, and he pleads with her. Pamela, who just who just wanted to make like who wanted to, to bake the earth as much as freeze wanted to freeze it. Remembers her friend. She seems to agree with just with her is. To save. Nora and that's great. You gotten that far in your plan, but you're still not quite sure what to do next. And then you hear a voice behind you and it's a voice, you've come to really like Batman and the voice says in intent Antonio Dagan says, I might be able to help. Oh he's here. He is here. I would go to he walks into this room with his cane. And you look over any, any, any wet over at him in just adoration..

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"bedas" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Two and that had nothing to do with sports on if you mentioned those okay i had vague regimes because we're talking about the middle of his name is his name is being no no it's not doesn't work for the exactly that's why shouldn't be dice clay and plays nice rice gotta lose us she's a lose oscar gamble brian prop and vig ramos vig rain try to bryant prompt the proper but you should have stopped dave appoint sprayed actually that's a good one had like twenty mookie betts workable but oscar gamble jerome bedas is better than that any real yes dot is versus we're going get into the whole rhyming thing i think bets goes over beddis and benches currently playing in one of the best players in baseball look at all the other guy she weren't playing that you have on this list yeah bucko o'neil from a while back yeah dave cash nobody knew who chocolates no house it's been a while jose cardenal definitely not good either man film spencer i don't think as jill the basketball we no even when he played it in that's not right you done i'm done right i know you guys are probably wondering what i'm gonna do birthday plans after the show because what a guess only some type of exercise yes by a nap yet followed by some questionable tv from four to seven o'clock fell by beers dinner in bed k you forgot the cigar seen i was going to say i think paul's got that exactly right except for one thing it's not beards tequila yeah tequila on the rocks cigar wings involved no wings.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"One thing i learned at that conference that i didn't know was like how cloud foundry makes pivotal a lot of money in the way that it works is if i understand correctly is if you were if you are a large is let's say you're a bank and you want to deployed to cloud foundry and let's say you deploy on amazon or azure or gugel regardless of where you deploy that cloud foundry you're usually getting well modern about usually but you're often getting support from pivotal so i found it interesting because this is a business model where pivotal has managed to have a platform where they can make money off of who were of any cloud provider that that's deployed do you think there's room for like a coup burnett east player like that like i i'm not sure that that same business model will work for kerber netties i think what we've seen is that because kurban at his house such a vibrant open multivendor multi company community there is no one dominant player in the space that can monetize like that i don't wanna you know i'm not super embedded into the spring or the there are the cloud foundry world but it's it's very clear that you know pivotal is the is the main driving force across all of those whereas i think if you look at the cnc f you look at cure a at gerber netties it's it's much more evenly spread across so many different companies okay all right we'll jovita thanks for going back on software engineering daily thank you so much for having me it's always a pleasure okay grades.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"The third thing were doing is that and this is the stuff that we haven't been talking about as much is is when you start looking at kerber netties from being a sort of like small company devops departmental level project to something that starts stretching across and organization there's new things you have to do there's new concerns there's new integrations that need to happen and so i think kerber netties the opensource gruber netties right now works well when operating at that relatively smallscale there's new challenges when you start looking at it across the organization and that's where we're going to be focusing a lot of our effort around building product can't go into too much detail right now but we think that large companies are gonna have unique needs when it comes to coronet ease and that's a place where we can we are we can differentiate built in product okay so that doesn't sound like a position where you're going to be competing with the major i mean it well you i mean you might be compete with major cod providers but it is a little bit different it sounds like oh okay i guess it on a way you're building yet but well i tell you that our goal out the gate is i didn't one find myself going headtohead against amazon or gugel or microsoft all three m or all three and so our our we want to add value regardless of how or where you run kerber 90s in so and i think it served as well so far so when you know the amazon announcement happened last week number one i don't think we weren't surprised on the anybody was surprise we'd done done some talking to him before but even when we found our like okay all you know that's great but it also didn't threaten us from a business point of view we're like okay that's great now guber netties is is that much more legitimised and that actually creates more opportunities for us because the more folks running carminati's the more there are going to be ways for us to add value and and create and play into that ecosystem that's building on top of kerber netties so that's what we're really interested in i won't give you much longer because i know you gotta go bono where i was just it spring one platform which is like a pivotal yeah conference.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That was an interesting experience in and of itself but the chapter that i actually enjoyed writing the most was the one on services and service discovery and the first time i wrote that i i took a very principled like build it up approach right hey will services really this but then what's later on this capability and play on this other capability could fairly complex topic inside of currencies and one of the feedback that i got from some of the early readers is that it it was the wrong order to do that stuff really we start i started with the very concept first mentality but i ended up reordering that entire chapter so i started with like here's how it works well now let's dig a little deeper here's how it works now let's take a little deeper so really sort of use case for escape type of thing instead of a concept first type of thing but i i think that chapter turned out pretty well in terms of of explaining the different sort of facets of how services working couvert 90s we last spoke about your time at gugel cloud that was like a year and a half ago cooper nasa's has changed a lot uh this year and a half do you have any analog to the the way that the cuban exile community is growing or is this a completely new type of ecosystem yeah i haven't seen anything like it before i mean i'm not the fascinating thing for me is that i'm i'm relatively nude opensource believe it or not i think you know my career early on was at microsoft i tried to be more open in sort of more direct in terms of talking developers i was like one of the first interviews on channel nine when i was at microsoft back in the day talking about avalon and windows presentation foundation in that stuff so 'yes enjoyed sort of that more outwardfacing human face on on how to relate to developers uh similar stuff when i was building up uh some of the the early work around google cloud and g c e but you know moving to the world of not just talking in an open way but actually.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You you guys are pretty interesting video series i like the friday like you sit down in front of your computer and just code on cooper nettie is for an hour like those are that's actually pretty useful ghosted i forget the name of that matiya tgi gruber nettie tgi kuban as okay ads on a heftier channel on youtube rights i enjoy those there was one of them where you were talking about i think you were talking about s like applications of sidecar so we just talked about when application of sidecar which is like yeah deploy and on voyager sidecar to all of your different service pods and i heard you give another example of like when you could use side cars in the same pod to coordinate updating a search index like a so yeah exactly leszek use a google you give that example of yeah trusting so i think so generally like like you know when you're doing search you have the thing that's evaluating your index right and that's your serving job and then you have the thing that's updating the index right and and and if you look at more traditional things like last a search that that ends up being the same thing is both serve in the index and actually ingesting new data it's a very dynamic system that's not always the case right so he sometimes you have a separate sort of like maybe you have a hoodoo kloster that's building a static index and then you wanted it deploy that right this could also apply in the machine learning space right you have something serving up a machine learning model right which is really a bunch of data files that are sitting on disc that you load up okay now you have something that you've built a new model that's new and improved how do you deploy that rights you could have the same thing both boats taking on the task of serving the thing but also fetching invalidating n and and preparing the next model that you want to roll over to right you could instead coordinate these things by having a a data loader container that's running in the same pod is your data serving container and have those things coordinate either through maybe a shared memory section or through a bunch of files on desk.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You have a provisioning system right now that's the set the aws ap eyes are on rds and then there's an opts team with a highly leveraged set of automated tools to be able to deal with that there's no reason why we can't see that same thing repeat on top of 'gouvernance laos over time cooper netties becomes the common substrate the common framework for doing any type of manage service and so it could be rds could be kafka could be you know a server less slammed the type of thing all of those things makes sense to think about how can we offer those higher level values on top of something like over netties now that's a huge vision and so yeah so when i say that we're really at the start of gelding that's the stuff that i'm really thinking about their that's incredible vision okay so have gone off topic a little bit i mean may i may will that will have that in our view of the coup bonetti's opensource aws thing in five years or ten years i will say it will see how did on i was we talked about disasters a little bit and i wanted to use as a jumping off point to another thing you worked on at hep dots hep deal arc and this allows for disaster recovery of a coup burnett he's cluster so given that we talked about disasters earlier can you describe some of the flavors of disaster that helped yorke helps you recover from and how it does that sure sure i think so so happy are came out of one of our our first customers they were asking us there were running carbonate is on top of uh on top of aws and they were asking about how they could put tags on the ebs volumes that kerber netties was creating and i'm like well why why would you wanna do that why do you care about the tags they're like well we have the system that automatically backedup arabia's volumes for us and i'm like huh.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"So if i understand the analogy correctly year your comparing your job a script in the sense that job of scripts ten years ago maybe even five years ago kind of spaghetti ish less best practices that had been standardised and today jobs for distill loose but the way that people should code jobs script is more well understood so if somebody makes a poll request to your job a script repo you have a better understanding of when you can reject it and say hey this is bad formatting or whatever bad code smells and what not similarly with case on it you're saying that there's today if you're just describing your configuration to your communities cluster with yambol a lot of different subjective decisions that you could be making and you y'all with case on you have an opportunity to to build a more of a standardised system more yeah service tabbasum patterns some tools that really help you scale this stuff out in a way that can be shared between multiple folks kind of a tortured analogy yeah and i understand so another project that you start a hefty o is sono bui which is it runs a set of cooper netties tests to generate a report of a coup grenade he's deployment so this is a general diagnostic health test that can help expose bugs that are hard to find how hard is it too deep bugti problems in a coup burnett is the point of like subtle health problems it can be difficult and i think there's a lot of things that can go wrong and and some of this comes down to the diversity of ways that you can install gruber netties in so it's easy to get a cluster that that looks at first blush like it's of well operating cluster but there might be some subtle miss configurations that are hard to tease out and so so as a company as we look to how do we want to like how do we want to support gruber netties because as one of our things is that we want to help folks be successful with grenades regardless of where they're running it we wanted to have.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"All called bcl bore configuration language and it and that that languages it's frankly controversial inside of google it's worked well for google for ten years it's not perfect but i might my take on it is that like if we can get ten years out of technology that's not bad so i think there's a lot of good ideas the controversy it comes around with what i would say it when i look at it and it is one of those things where i think a lot of folks have a visceral feel forward and it's hard to actually put it into words what the problem is in my mind it's a relatively flexible tool but there's not a lot of structure for how you use it so i think there's an analogy between like like say java script in say two thousand versus javascript today right it's fundamentally the same language but javascript today because we have tools because we have patterns because we have frameworks we've taken that unstructured rawl language and we've wrestled in into shape with the stack of tools that we have applied to it right uh i mean and like i i did the other week i you know this was for for the community's up and running book that that kelsea in brennan and i wrote i wrote a an example web server four at that you could use it called acquire d and it ended up being a react apnea was my first time doing job of scrip development from when i was on the i eat team back in like i don't know to eur two thousand right and so is fascinating to me to see that transition of how far javascript is come and i think the you know bcl inside of gugel is as unstructured in some ways as jobs script was back in two thousand one of the things that i think we can do with case on it is that we can we can take something that is unstructured but we can establish some good pattern some good tools some good best practices for how you actually use that and and then help its scale to solve some of those sort of visceral problems and and sort of spaghetti code type of things that folks saw happened with b c l overtime fairly long analogy hopefully that that's what makes it well okay so.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Some sorta service that you need that's not provided like g k like let's say application monitoring you can use the hosted service from google or you could run your own version of something like for meet the us it won't be a shared service because you have small clusters and then you had clayton from red hat talking about how red hat runs a very large hosted open shift installation where folks can come up in actually get a name space that they can operate in that's an is situation where you have a very large shared cluster across lots of users and so i think there's this tension in there's a there's a disagreement right now in terms of where the best practices are whether you should have lots of small clusters of which are single purpose and you start treating klosters as cattle right versus do you have larger and larger clusters and we build more and more multi tenancy into those clusters such that you can actually have a single wellmanaged cluster with a lot of services that can be shared between a lot of different application groups and different people bring different assumptions to that and we've seen that play out in terms of what enterprises are looking for us talking to one company a reinvented they have two hundred klosters because across for every team they have a a devs staging in prod you know you you start multiplying that out you can very quickly have a lotta clusters and then you have other companies in this is really the sort of google board model were you have much larger chunk year multi tenant lieutenant type of clusters that get shared between a lot of different groups and then there's questions of how hard as your multi tendency is at the eu and a high trust environment where you kind of let these things see each other in in iraq or are you in a.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"The application it's the developer versus operator and on the other end its folks working at the cluster and service level providing platforms versus folks working at the application level and i think that there's a special set of concerns for each of these these types of users some of these users don't actually apply to the folks getting started but are critical as we start looking at how do we expand and how do we make sure that we continue to have a vibrant ecosystem so like the folks working on cluster and service development in terms of providing platform for other folks to build on top of that is generally a pretty advanced persona those are the folks who are looking to to use this this world's essentially create leverage for other developers that's usually not something that somebody starts with i think most folks start with that application operator application developer i have my app that's pre existing or or maybe i'm thinking about writing a new app how do i use a cluster a lot of folks will also then also say how do i d minister a cluster which put them a little bit in that cluster operations role then also for people who are a little confused maybe water like let's talk about those personas a little bit more so application operator this is like i run a bank and kuban eddie's came out and i decided to migrate my bank two cougar netties i am an application operators that correct yeah i think the so the developers writing code the operators figuring out how do i actually deliver stability and process and predictability about how that to pull that code runs in production and i think in some ways this is a little bit of a new concept for folks because precoup burnett he's pre containers a lot of times we have this idea of devops and so the buddy tools for devops would be traditional configuration management like puppet or scheffers salter answerable and in those really you have somebody who's worrying about not just deploying your application but also managing the underlying system in.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Options and i think the biggest problem we have right now is not you know not the problem of getting any one particular technology working in any one particular way it's figuring out what the right choices are right for you and and the frustrating part is that there is no one right answer because the one of the things that makes this stuff so popular and makes it so successful is its flexibility but that flexibility comes at the cost of having all those choices that users have to make our these difficult choices that exhibit themselves upon the first stage of deployment like when i'm first on day one figuring out how to deploy mike kuban as cluster or they more things that are operationally difficult were i have lots of subjective decisions like which service proxy do i choose or which distribute tracing framework do i choose or is it all of these i think it's i think the getting started experienced that day one experienced sets like hey let me use gruber netties i think we've done a good job of providing a lot of options whether it be mini cube or g k year ak s or what have you that makes it super easy to to kick the tires of gerber netties and start learning about it and i think that's a critical thing just to get folks interested so they start seeing the hint of the value proposition before they invest more time i think a lot of the a lot of the the frustration a lot of confusion comes when you start laying on all the ancillary concepts and systems or when you want to start taking this stuff to production and you start asking the hard questions about okay is this stuff that i used to get up and running could it be appropriate as i start scaling out for larger and larger projects and the choices they are gonna make are going to depend on the purse sonal of the coup burnett his user you are you explored these different personas this morning i remember correctly it was application operators platform operators application developers and cluster developers are those of those are the allies i think i had a two by two matrix and i think on one edge.

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Software Engineering Daily

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"As your container service simplifies the deployment management and operations of cooper netties eliminate the complicated planning and deployment of fully orchestrated containerised applications with cooper netties you can quickly provision clusters to be up and running in no time while simplifying gore monitoring and cluster management through auto upgrades and a builtin operations consul avoid being locked into any one vendor or resource you can continue to work with the tools that you already know such as helm and move applications to any coup burnett he's deployment integrate with your choice of container registry including azure container registry also quickly and efficiently scale to maximize your resource utilization without having to take your applications off line isolate your application from infrastructure failures and transparently scale the underlying infrastructure to meet growing demands all while increasing the security reliability and availability of critic business workloads with azure check out the azure container service at a k a dot m s slash acs that's aka a dot m s slash acs and the link is in the show notes thank you to azure container service for being a sponsor of software engineering daily jovita is the founder and ceo of hep do joe welcome back to software engineering daily thank you for having me it's it's exciting to be here again yes so the state of the market kouba netties is probably less usable than it should be this is something that you touched on in some of your talks what are the issues that companies have as they're trying to adopt cougar netties so i i think it's not just coomer netties i think the entire cloud native landscape and i dunno if if if the viewers have seen that charge that the cnc of puts out of all the different companies volume of different technologies ads called the cloud native computing landscape that is really fascinating from a sort of innovation point of view there so many interesting things going on folks are trying out so many different ideas from the point of view of a customer that thing is incredibly intimidating right and so there's just so many choices to be made there are so many different.

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"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bedas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"System when you're using cooper netties and hopefully some day operating a coup bonetti's cluster won't feel like a complicated distributed system it'll feel like operating your laptop computer to get there we need improvements in koo bonetti's usability and today's guest joe beata was one of the original cooper netties creators and he's a founder of hefty oh which is a company that provides cooper netties tools and services for enterprises and i caught up with joe at cube con 2017 actually cube khan cloud native con 2017 and he told me about where cooper netties is today where it's going and what he's building a hefty oh and also how we can make these things more usable full disclosure hep dio is a sponsor of software engineering daily and for the next two weeks were going to cover exclusively the world of cooper netties and the surrounding projects cooper netties is a project that's likely to have as much impact as lennox so whether you're an expert in koo bonetti's right now or you're just starting out we've got lots of episodes to fit your learning curve we've done a bunch of episodes in the past you can find this past episodes in our software engineering daily app for i o essar for android and then if you're an expert then you'll find the next few weeks of episodes quite interesting because we're going to really dive into a lot of the different projects and i hope you like it happy 2018 and thanks for listening software engineering daily.

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