SkillsCast coming soon.
With the first release of the Kubernetes Dashboard project out of the door it's time to look at the challenges facing this young project and how as a community we can come together and help shape its goals.
Let's look at real world examples of various visual Kubernetes tools and see if we can draw common patterns and ideas, merge them with our own experiences and help provide the development team the feedback they need to deliver an amazing application.
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David O'Dwyer is the founder of LiveWyer, a London based consultancy which specialise in infrastructure development built on open-source technology. Drawing on his broad systems architecture background, David and his team have successfully deployed a number of customer solutions built around the lean, agile Kubernetes system. Having worked with a number of server management technologies he now firmly believes Kubernetes is a key piece in making container usage production ready and accessible.
As a cloud architect at Fujitsu, Christoph is passionate about OpenSource in the area of datacenter management. He was working in the OpenStack Monasca project and defined its logging-as-a-service component. Since late 2014, Christoph has been focusing on the usage of Kubernetes in large scale enterprise environments and is now deeply engaged in the Dashboard project.