If you want to know about Kubernetes, you should probably talk to the guy who built, pitched and then implemented K8 at Google. So that’s who we called for this episode of Future of Tech. Joe Beda is one of the fathers of Kubernetes and on this episode he takes us behind the scenes of developing K8
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If you want to know about Kubernetes, you should probably talk to the guy who built, pitched and then implemented K8 at Google. So that’s who we called for this episode of Future of Tech. Joe Beda is one of the fathers of Kubernetes and on this episode he takes us behind the scenes of developing K8, including why they decided to open-source the technology to level the playing field of app deployment. Today, Joe is a principal engineer at VMware, and he’s still making waves in tech, particularly in the world of open source. Joe explains that working on open source projects fosters a sense of community and leads to more win-win scenarios that include integrated solutions that work for every vendor. Plus, Joe explains the future of edge computing and how service mesh and edge will work together. And, he talks about the future of Kubernetes and why the ultimate goal is to have Kubernetes become boring. Enjoy this episode! Main Takeaways: Problem Solver: One of the reasons Kubernetes is so popular is because it solves many problems at the same time. Using K8, you can efficiently use an entire set of machines dynamically across the whole company, and you can improve workflow with a set of APIs that app developers can access virtually anywhere. Getting to Win-Win: The key for a successful open source project is to find win-win scenarios where multiple developers across vendors can agree on a vision and integrate solutions from every corner of the project to create something that is greater than the sum of its parts and that every vendor can benefit from. Open source fosters a sense of community in this way and allows for all different types of developers to contribute even if they aren’t necessarily directly involved with the problem at hand. Getting Edgy: Moving forward, there will be a greater need to have more computing power in more locations in order to keep operations moving fast. Edge is one solution to this, but managing and scaling edge compute to make it more accessible to enterprises is one of the main challenges for IT leaders today. --- Future of Tech is brought to you by Amdocs Tech. Amdocs Tech is Amdocs’s R&D and technology center, paving the way to a better-connected future by creating open, innovative, best-in-class products and continuously evolving the way we work, learn and live. To learn more about Amdocs Tech, visit the Amdocs Technology page on LinkedIn.