In this week’s podcast, we speak with Justin Garrison, co-author of Cloud Native Infrastructure (CNI).

  • Behind scenes for O’Reilly book and choice of cover animal
  • Infrastructure and CNI approach
  • State and Immutability / Immutable VM
  • Terraform and Kubernetes
  • Observability
  • The Why of Immutability
  • Infrastructure as Software (Netflix)
  • Site Reliability Engineering and DevOps

Topic                                                               Time (Minutes.Seconds)

Introduction                                                     0.0 – 2.11
TechNative Podcast on writing book          2.11 – 2.45
Cover of Cloud Native book                         2.45 – 4.52 (Andean Condor)
Why is infrastructure a dead carcass?        4.52 – 5.38 (Shift and lift is not enough)
Describe your approach to infrastructure  5.38 – 8.40
Maintain state with immutability                  8.40 – 13.14 (Containers don’t mean cloud native)
Immutable VM                                                13.14 – 18.55
Terraform                                                         18.55 – 21.55
Kubernetes                                                      21.55 – 27.52 (Helm example)
Observability                                                   27.52 – 35.32 (Prometheus)
Immutability and Why                                   35.32 – 38.08 (Repository dependencies)
Infrastructure as Software                            38.08 – 40.33 (Chaos engineering)
Google SRE Book                                           40.33 – 44.11 (Build empathy vs everyone as dev)
Wrap Up                                                          44.11– END

 

Podcast Guest

Justin Garrison, co-author of Cloud Native Infrastructure (CNI)

Justin loves open source almost as much as he loves community. He is not a fan of buzz words but searches for the patterns and benefits behind technology trends. He frequently shares his findings and tries to disseminate knowledge through practical lessons and unique examples. He is an active member in many communities and constantly questions the status quo. He is relentless in trying to learn new things and giving back to the communities who have taught him so much.

 

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