I flew out to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018 in December to give a talk on Single Sign-On for Kubernetes.
This talk was inspired by three articles that I originally wrote for The New Stack.
The New Stack kindly invited me to join them for an episode of their Context podcast. Each week they discuss with popular topics with a contributor and get to have a deeper discussion about the contributors work.
This week I discussed my experience with building custom controllers for Kubernetes and what I look forward to at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018.
Ensuring that configuration is up to date is difficult with any infrastructure; With Kubernetes and the lack of versioned ConfigMaps, this problem is amplified.
At Pusher, we have a number of applications that can’t dynamically reload their configuration. Over the last two years, this has caused pain for our engineers and made deploying new configuration hard.
Over the past year, I’ve been trying to contribute more to the developer community. In this post I explain why I’ve been so motivated to contribute and why I think it’s important that you should get involved too.