This time it is a bit of a historical view on how culture and technology change each other.

After we had a long gaze on version control, what’s the next logical step? CI/CD i would say!

Just another deployment at the engineering office

How can you bootstrap a culture if you don’t have the right technological tools? Let’s talk about version control and DevOps.

Q: What do you get when you cross a developer with an operator? A: better organization that releases the best software!

Background

What is the Purpose of this document:

Kubernetes (sometimes called K8s for short) is becoming a leading solution for container orchestration, yet it can be a bit of pain to bootstrap and to understand basic ideas that it brings to the IT world.

Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Kubernetes.

Who am I

I am Yair Etziony, I am old school, I have worked in IT for more than 20 years, I started in the Israeli army, and kept going. I am a cynical skeptic system administrator, or as we are sometimes called nowadays a “DevOps” engineer. I started with Vax\Vms, Dos, NT…

Yair Etziony

Head of operations for Polar Squad Germany. More then 25 years in the field, started with VAX/VMS and now working in the cloud. DevOps, SRE, culture and people.

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