Two tools to tackle configuration and package management inside the Kubernetes ecosystem: Kustomize and Helm, respectively. Learn how they compare in this post!
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In this episode of ShipTalk, we are joined by Donovon Carter who is a DevOps Engineer at Dexcom, a medical device company. Dexcom is one of the firms leading the charge against diabetes with CGM, constant glucose monitoring technology.
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Jim has been working on solving engineering efficiency problems for over 20 years working at firms such as Build Forge and Electric Cloud, pre-dating the inception of Hudson/Jenkins. As Jim walks through his experience and how complexity and bottlenecks have shifted around in the decades gone by and whats in store for the future.
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Probably one of the first packages installed after your Kubernetes cluster is up and running is Helm. A stalwart in the Kubernetes ecosystem, Helm is a package manager for Kubernetes. If you are unfamiliar with Helm, Helm helps users to have a more consistent deployment by packaging up all of the needed resources needed for a Kubernetes deployment.
In this episode of ShipTalk, we are joined by Bart Farrell who leads the Data on Kubernetes Community. Bart has made two leaps, one into tech and one into a more bleeding edge/crypto part of technology, running stateful workloads on Kubernetes.