Tech N' Talk: Kubernetes 1.7 Update with Aparna Sinha (Google)
July 13, 2017 | by
Tech N' Talk Summary
In this first of the newly launched Tech N' Talk podcast series, we had a great conversation with Google's Aparna Sinha on what’s new in the latest release of Kubernetes 1.7, a milestone release that adds security, storage, and extensibility features motivated by widespread production use of Kubernetes in some of the most demanding enterprise environments.
The conversation focused on 3 main areas: Security Hardening, Stateful Application Updates, and Extensibility. With more than 50,000 commits in just three years in the main Kubernetes repo, Kubernetes has become one of the fastest growing open source projects ever.
About our guest speaker:
Aparna Sinha leads the product team for Kubernetes and Container Engine at Google. She has 15 yrs experience in software product management with a focus on product strategy, concept to launch execution and team development. You can follow her work at http://blog.kubernetes.io/ She holds a Ph.D from Stanford University in Electrical Engineering where she authored 10+ peer reviewed publications on high speed data communication. She holds a patent on IoT communication protocols and has contributed to several articles and presentations on Software-as-a-Service as part of McKinsey & Company's Cloud Computing practice.
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Learn More at the Next OpenShift Commons Gathering in Austin Dec 5th
Aparna Sinha will be the keynote speaker at the Austin OpenShift Gathering and Diane Mueller will be MCing the day. Numerous other Red Hatters, and CNCF/Kubernetes project leads will be gathering together in Austin for the upcoming OpenShift Commons Gathering co-located with Kubecon at the Austin Convention Center. Register now to reserve your seat at this day long event!
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