Kubernetes is very powerful in orchestrating where your services are running, but building docker images, writing and updating all the necessary YAML files and applying them to your cluster can still become an annoying maintenance overhead.
In this talk you will learn how to create a fast, low friction development workflow with Kubernetes and tools like Telepresence and Forge which enables you to quickly and safely build, test and deploy your services.


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Great talk. Touched so many bases! The two way proxy between pods was total inception level LOL. Very excited to try this out!

Jos Elstgeest at 21:16 on 26 Jan 2019

Loved the talk, good buildup, gave me so many new ideas and insights on using kubernetes in our environment

Bart McLeod at 21:34 on 27 Jan 2019

You just made Kubernetes understandable to me, great job!

Srdjan Vranac at 12:18 on 28 Jan 2019

Incredible amount of content and information. It answered quite a few questions I had about running k8s in prod.
All of it given in a clear and understandable manner.

Miro Svrtan at 17:08 on 28 Jan 2019

As a person who never worked with k8's I found this talk very interesting: from introduction to the kubernetes terminology to demos of how it works.

Speaker was clear and easy to understand, only 'complaint' I have: I think he tried to do too much with demos and it was a bit hard to follow at demo time.

For 5*: try to do less jumping from screen to screen, creating new clusters and than going back and forth as it was hard to follow.

BTW. I loved how you added commands you ran to the presentation so we can all later easily use them but would find a better way of organizing the slides so you dont have to skip thru all of them after the demo.

Tim Huijzers at 00:18 on 30 Jan 2019

bit hard to keep track of what's going on with all the switching but I got quite a few interesting thinks out of it.

Really enjoyed the talk. It was well delivered and showed incredible skill in presenting and dealing with technical failure during the live demo (for who didn't attend he made it work in the end). Being able to change the order of your subjects and maintaining a good story-line is awesome. One thing I would have liked to see in the talked is a "mount" based workflow that doesn't require image rebuilds (which is very common for docker-compose/ based workflows). All in all the balance between "this is the landscape" and "this is what it actually looks like" was very good.