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All Roads Lead to Kubernetes with Kendall Miller

The latest in AWS news, sprinkled with snark. Posts about AWS come out over sixty times a day. We filter through it all to find the hidden gems, the community contributions–the stuff worth hearing about! Then we summarize it with snark and share it with you–minus the nonsense.

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All Roads Lead to Kubernetes with Kendall Miller Predict Your Future (and Make Your CFO Happy)
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All Roads Lead to Kubernetes with Kendall Miller 04.09.2021
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Join Pete and Jesse as they talk about the important role tagging plays in influencing DevOps, why tagging strategies need to change over time, why improving your organization's tagging strategy isn't an overnight fix, how tagging is all about cost attribution, some alternative use cases for tagging that you might not have thought about, why tools like Cloud Custodian can help you understand more about your cloud environment, how positive reinforcement can be used to get your team on board with tagging, and more.
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Screaming in the Cloud with Corey Quinn features conversations with domain experts in the world of Cloud Computing. Topics discussed include AWS, GCP, Azure, Oracle Cloud, and the “why” behind how businesses are coming to think about the Cloud.

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All Roads Lead to Kubernetes with Kendall Miller Personalization, the Non-Creepy Way with Heidi Waterhouse
All Roads Lead to Kubernetes with Kendall Miller Screaming in the Cloud
All Roads Lead to Kubernetes with Kendall Miller 04.08.2021
All Roads Lead to Kubernetes with Kendall Miller 41 Minutes
Heidi Waterhouse is the principal developer advocate at LaunchDarkly. Prior to moving into a career in advocacy, Heidi worked as a technical writer, documentation consultant, and content manager for 17 years — for companies like Pluralsight, BlueTalon, Dell, Intel, Amdocs, and Microsoft. She was also the very first guest on a podcast you might have heard of called Screaming in the Cloud. Join Corey and Heidi as they talk about feature flags, the difference between temporary feature flags and long-lived, permanent feature flags, how everyone tests in production but not everyone admits it, best practices to getting started with feature flags, Heidi's vision of Flag Markup Language and what the future of personalization looks like, why the transition to virtual conferences has a lot of hidden benefits, the rise of the digital librarian, how features flags are all about feeling safe about software, and more.
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All Roads Lead to Kubernetes with Kendall Miller Screaming in the Cloud
All Roads Lead to Kubernetes with Kendall Miller 04.06.2021
All Roads Lead to Kubernetes with Kendall Miller 42 Minutes
Kendall Miller is the president at Fairwinds, a shop that helps teams optimize containerized apps and get the most out of Kubernetes that was formerly called ReactiveOps. He's also the host of Authority Issues, a podcast about leadership. Prior to these positions, Kendall was a sales consultant for Odyssey Industrial Solutions and also worked for an international non-profit based in China for 11 years. Join Corey and Kendall as they talk about their long-lasting friendship, why Kendall believes Corey should ditch the "cloud economist" moniker and go with "personality" instead, why Kendall believes you don't need operational excellence if your infrastructure is simple enough, what it's like to change a company's name and some lessons the Fairwinds team learned the hard way, how there comes a point in time where organizations eventually need Kubernetes, why Corey thinks there are three or four great reasons to run on Kubernetes and 5,000 terrible ones, and more.
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