Whether you’re new to Kubernetes or an experienced user, you’ve likely heard someone say something like “Kubernetes will make things so much better for your developers.”
Taylor Thomas explains why Kubernetes is not a developer tool and cuts through other common misconceptions. Along the way, you’ll learn how Kubernetes provides powerful abstractions for running and operating applications. Luckily, there are many options for leveraging the abstractions Kubernetes provides to create a better developer experience. Drawing on real-life experience using Kubernetes at three large corporations, Taylor shares practical examples of using Helm, Draft, custom controllers, and other Kubernetes tools to build example platforms for empowering developers.
Taylor Thomas is a senior software engineer working on Azure Kubernetes Service at Microsoft. He has been involved with containers and Kubernetes platforms at Intel and Nike and is one of the core maintainers of Helm. He currently lives in the Portland area and alternately curses at and enjoys the rain.
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