This week we recap all the news and announcements from the KubeCon Keynotes and discuss the repercussions of Australia’s new encryption-busting law. Plus, Brandon offers his review of “The Illustrated Children’s Guide to Kubernetes“ and Phippy.
Relevant to your interests
- Australia's Encryption-Busting Law Could Impact Global Privacy
- Red Hat fiddles with OpenShift Dedicated and lures customers with price cuts
- Docker's top deck stands by Swarm in face of Kubernetes storm
- The 15-Year Odyssey Behind VMware's Ascent To Corporate Greatness
- IBM Sells Software for Once
- The First Open, Multi-cloud Serverless Platform for the Enterprise Is Here. Try out Pivotal Function Service Today!
- Facing up to the need for regulation - Microsoft recognises Big Brother potential
- VMware Extends Istio into the 'NSX Service Mesh' for Microservices
- 2018: The Biggest Year for Open Source Software Ever! (Part Deux)
- DocuSign beats Wall Street expectations, reveals executive and board shuffle
- The Etcd Database Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation
- Kubernetes is not a development platform
- Oracle Cloud Native Framework Promises 'Bi-Directional' Cloud Portability
- Dell votes to buy back VMware tracking stock and go public again
- Knative Meshes Kubernetes with Serverless Workloads
- What makes a company a 'tech company,' and is the title worth the responsibility?
- Everything that was announced at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon
- Edge Computing at Chick-fil-A – Chick-fil-A Tech Blog – Medium
- CNCF to Host etcd - Cloud Native Computing Foundation
- Christopher Luciano on Kubernetes & Istio, Software Defined Interviews.
- Matt Ray’s tweet goes viral (soft of)
- Warrant Canary via Wikipedia
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Conferences, et. al.
- 2019, a city near you: The 2019 SpringTours are posted. Coté will be speaking at many of these, hopefully all the ones in EMEA. They’re free and all about programming and DevOps things. Free lunch and stickers!
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