Kubernetes as enterprise architecture, with Rick Clark

September 17, 2020 Michael Coté

In this episode, Rick and I discuss something I've been thinking about recently: kubernetes as an enterprise architecture. As we open up with, kubernetes people like to call it an "API," which always seems weirds to me as a former programmer. But, there's something important that they're getting to: a standard set of interfaces, processes, and data formats that comes together to define a programming and operations model. You know: an enterprise architecture. Also, Rick tell us what his weird Twitter handle means.

Rick is @dendrobates in Twitter.

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About the Author

Michael Coté

Coté works on the advocate team for Pivotal Cloud Foundry®. See @cote for more.

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