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Recently, I noticed something odd in my kitchen. The “Hot Cooktop” light was on, and sure enough, one of the hotplates was …

What Happened In the most recent Kubernetes SIG-Network meeting (2020-04-02), a meta issue was raised. People had noted a decrease in …

I’ve been using Kubernetes for a few years now, between 2 pretty different companies. Supporting multicluster applications was a …

Software engineering is full of axioms. Some are extremely popular, such as Brook’s Law (adding more people to a delayed project …

People outside of Silicon Valley (or more accurately, the whole San Francisco Bay Area) marvel at the levels of Bay Area salaries. …

A few weeks ago I built a Kubernetes controller with controller-runtime, and was mostly pleasantly surprised at the experience, having …

Many years ago, a friend and I joked about a cinematic universe concept: a world where everything was nuclear-powered. I mean …

I’d like to introduce a project that I’ve been working on: the PinnedDeployment Kubernetes CRD. PinnedDeployments function …

Autoscaling is common, as a compromise between spend and throughput of a system. Suppose I have some service that is set to autoscale …

There’s a pattern I’ve seen several times while reviewing incidents. Someone says “the service <crashed | served …