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HashiCorp is now SOC2 Type I compliant! This was a huge undertaking by our security teams, and those who care know… https://t.co/IUxlWNDtcg
Retweeted by Kelsey HightowerY'all I'm serious about this. @kelseyhightower dropped some serious knowledge in the latest episode of my From Curi… https://t.co/zVG8Vrgj85
Retweeted by Kelsey Hightower‘Corporate involvement/contribution to open source projects’ will be a major topic at @O4B_Forum, which we will dis… https://t.co/Lh3U61RFL0
Retweeted by Kelsey Hightower @AjitGJoshi Yes. https://t.co/7ls58YTHf8Beats by Sundar https://t.co/XBZC6EpsYc @broady @_jdiaz @kelseyhightower Go is great for CLIs and backend systems. Standalone binaries are nice. I've wrot… https://t.co/S6STR7u3WN
Retweeted by Kelsey HightowerHire people from the open-source community and let them continue to work on open-source projects full time. Sponso… https://t.co/EPkFjUk4zs
8/13
2020
"@kelseyhightower did a demo on #flux and changed the paradigm." via @chukaofili on simplifying your DevOps on… https://t.co/PU0VnJGZ27
Retweeted by Kelsey Hightower @muratcanberber @grafana @InfluxDB @golang And both are extremely dope!Go is the only language I've ever used where my tests have passed the first time, and it's always a magical moment. #golang
Retweeted by Kelsey Hightower @sashrika_waid @Netlify I found Go to be a great addition to my tool belt. I reach for Go when building automation… https://t.co/rFKSG5QJo3 @qafro The Go website also has links to some great learning resources. https://t.co/GLhBTLCKh7 @qafro I found it easy to learn coming from Python and Ruby. As an experienced programmer I like to start with the… https://t.co/0jelD2Mks9 @_jdiaz The language isn't perfect, but I enjoy writing backend applications in Go, and the ability to cross compil… https://t.co/qRYYGHqdbt @_jdiaz These projects could have been written in another language for sure, but there is something about community… https://t.co/8G455JlGmDWhile Go is dope, the people behind those open source projects are even better. Today is a great day to send them a token of appreciation.The Go programming language is at the foundation of some amazing open source projects. Just to name a few: Terraf… https://t.co/LqefRwRqrW
8/12
2020
@odirionyeo @vercel While it's also dope can I run my full Go application there? @aashishkoirala Lambda supports custom runtimes so that covers most side projects I'd want to host there. Fargate a… https://t.co/OFMbx9XZl2I don't know if you trust me as much as @bradfitz, but... This is the best Go release ever! https://t.co/zNYQL067bm
Retweeted by Kelsey HightowerI got into the habit of creating a local recording for every podcast I'm a guest on. I record myself and the interv… https://t.co/3JQt432Hhf @ozer_akn Lambda feels more managed than Fargate and flexible enough (custom runtimes) that I won't miss the inabil… https://t.co/yUTpgTKFEo @ebcarty I'm assuming the side project may need to support full application frameworks like Ruby on Rails and addit… https://t.co/xvYkUTQcFfGCP's Cloud Run, AWS's Lambda, or Azure's Container Instances. https://t.co/KGBc58QSCEUniversities are not preparing people for a career in tech. A critical course is missing: COMM 101: Arguing On The Internet @passerfoot Yes.Comparing Kubernetes to AWS is like comparing a traffic light to a city.Tech is way too complex. Also, can you add a few more features, and make all the other ones configurable. @PaulDJohnston @timbray I gave a whole keynote at Kubecon 2018 about why Lambda was a north star for the Kubernetes… https://t.co/zJBHuJwiiR @marekq Adding proxies on VMs and even some serverless environments, even the fully managed ones, gives you the abi… https://t.co/ybLOYGShb5 @marekq People leverage the local proxies (service mesh) to handle things like rate limiting, authentication, and T… https://t.co/PHhAnrJ65p @marekq You actually don't need to do any of those things. We have customers who leverage "--net=host" and only lev… https://t.co/0jMUuXIxXc @marekq The point isn't that everyone needs a service mesh. Many GCP customers leverage the architecture you're des… https://t.co/SEdC0iIuW6 @1M_linesofcode 12 factor apps are much easier to "port" but most serverless platforms leak implementation details… https://t.co/pnNdeFuO55 @1M_linesofcode Try to take a standard application and run it as a function. Even container based serverless plat… https://t.co/XhtOU4y7ezGreat reaction from @kelseyhightower. Instead of feeling attacked and becoming defensive the article was seen as pr… https://t.co/V5aakQtvfg
Retweeted by Kelsey Hightower @PaulDJohnston @timbray I’m not sure there is a single way of thinking at either company when you consider our coll… https://t.co/tNXHaR2WWJhttps://t.co/iDgGOf3TALGenesis does what Nintendon't! https://t.co/2JOqauC8fA @timbray If you got anything wrong then I consider it our fault. DM anytime if you want to talk through this stuff… https://t.co/0zrubdhBMxWe just aren't there yet. Trust me, I've checked. Actually, that's not quite true. Some people are living that Serv… https://t.co/EdXB9YU655But Tim is asking the right question. Why do we need Traffic Directory, Envoy, and all of this service mesh stuff i… https://t.co/UAYwzA9iG3Envoy works as an edge loadbalancer. You don't have to mesh if you don't want to. I could also see a world where Tr… https://t.co/SrwNLBWaV0Ideally with a central fully managed control plane you can focus on the data plane, typically with something like E… https://t.co/ksIY1GEi58Traffic Director is a fully managed control plane that supports Envoy's xDS protocol. Traffic Director helps you de… https://t.co/0CaPwr3rqWThe talked referenced in Tim's post focused on how to leverage a service mesh without a sidecar proxy using gRPC an… https://t.co/u7ODSePeEFI enjoyed @timbray "Cloud Traffic" post which highlights the complexity of Kubernetes and service meshes in general… https://t.co/VyAYhjoGTA
8/11
2020
I go first right? https://t.co/U6tgzIpF3OWhen I was much much younger I didn't realize that coding was cool. I had no idea that coders, developers, programm… https://t.co/1jvmQWdLzo
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8/10
2020
Blowing into game cartridges. https://t.co/W9THJYQkJh
8/9
2020
Fixing your demo during the talk. The @kelseyhightower way. 😎 https://t.co/kNFhJV401y
Retweeted by Kelsey Hightower @olly_shaw Kubernetes is a layer on top of what you are already doing. Take an application, run it on Linux, then a… https://t.co/4CYHWvDf1afn serverless(code, conf) (url) { C = container(code) O = orchestration(C, conf) S = service_mesh(O)… https://t.co/RRvDjp0xLv
8/8
2020
@sszuecs In my previous thread I encouraged people to start with ingress. Nginx, Envoy, etc, they all work pretty w… https://t.co/V5ueWZcx7g @sszuecs Even before gRPC there were many client side load balancing frameworks that allow you leverage a "service… https://t.co/sRbNfwiPVo @sszuecs That's why the community is working on things like proxyless gRPC; service mesh without the sidecar. https://t.co/kHrNTvkR6YThere are lot's of hot takes right now on meshes, and some folks criticizing what Kelsey says here, but this is jus… https://t.co/aEXB5eBZU5
Retweeted by Kelsey Hightower @jbeda This feels a bit like “no good deed goes unpunished”. @kelseyhightower has massively advanced learning aroun… https://t.co/Ow5pi0GzF8
Retweeted by Kelsey HightowerI appreciate this thread. It works at two levels: * a stand-alone explaination of how the pieces fit together. * a… https://t.co/Wnxj0uGIse
Retweeted by Kelsey HightowerWhen I started in tech, I thought all I had to learn was Linux, and how to type with both hands. I was way off.Anyone else heard of this mesh thing @kelseyhightower is talking about? https://t.co/y1lbxkRPsI
Retweeted by Kelsey Hightower @_krr12 I find it's different depending on the subject. There are things I can just read about and feel like I've l… https://t.co/GuxygfHe4qThe best way to learn is how you learn. @jeffsussna @justincardinal Haha, I have, and then I took it to someone who knew how to go deeper and got my car fixed.Yes! There's the way the system is designed to work, the way it is documented to work, and the way that it actually… https://t.co/BxfrNnu5o1
Retweeted by Kelsey Hightower @dekkagaijin Kubernetes disappears and the thing that sits on top becomes the primary concern. @dekkagaijin Well, to your point, I would not advise people start by rolling their own TCP stack as an entrypoint t… https://t.co/u26x4Ua8PJ @dekkagaijin Maybe that's the disconnect. My target audience are the people who are paid to fix the problems.I wish we could setup infrastructure, and have it just work forever, but that's not the case. When things break it'… https://t.co/9VJjAOJEXqPeople told me Kubernetes the Hard Way was "bad advice" because I started with VMs and worked my way up to Kubernet… https://t.co/uJRGDGfFks @bhcleek No code does not mean no docs. @Segredo_Castigo @EnvoyProxy Look at the features exposed by the raw Envoy config. If you need a higher level point… https://t.co/qeD0AkYTMv @gitbisect Not only does it support it, it was written in it.Which service mesh should you chose? Like I know.While you can write your own xds control plane with service discovery integration, TLS certificate management, and… https://t.co/ul5qcs5eMIIn addition to Kubernetes you got VMs and other service discovery tools like Consul and etcd. This is where custom… https://t.co/AJhh3ndfIBThere is another big component to the whole service mesh thing and that's service discovery. If you're running Kube… https://t.co/gt17F7g8UmWell, there are many ways to generate an TLS certificate, and to be honest, Envoy's raw configuration is a bit verb… https://t.co/YHWFmp28lzOnce you have more than a handful of these Envoy proxies running around you're going to really appreciate the abili… https://t.co/NK0QC2kuYq @larrywright @EnvoyProxy Home labs are for learning; try them all.While you can use Envoy as a HTTP proxy or load balancer, you can also use it like an application server. Think Apa… https://t.co/KxorU4VBO4Envoy also set the bar when it comes to securing HTTP endpoints. Envoy makes it easy to centrally manage TLS certif… https://t.co/YEqk49l8bXEnvoy also has support for custom plugins, metrics, and a bunch of features you might find useful like rate limitin… https://t.co/1vWC4oeBOc
8/7
2020
Envoy leverages the xds protocol for discovering and streaming configs, and the best part, it will hot reload the c… https://t.co/Pr06STQ1TgOne of the best things about Envoy is the ability to leverage a configuration server to dynamically configure it at… https://t.co/TsKkoA1HoIIf you find all this service mesh stuff confusing, and you really want to understand it, start with @envoyproxy. Le… https://t.co/cdHZ88EdJE @ahmetb The more I dig into SMI, the more I think I would consider using it, if I were to build a service mesh. @copyconstruct True. HSM was even written in nocode. @rothgar 😂It's called the Internet. https://t.co/rz0OlCeT2b @ghchinoy hctl @estesp @dims Some people understand how deep it goes.Announcing the Hightower Service Mesh. Based on Envoy with support for virtual machines, containers, functions, and… https://t.co/tdnQ4MA8ts
8/6
2020
@bryanjos Extra dope! Congratulations!You don’t need a university degree to be a great developer.
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8/5
2020
It was a real pleasure to interview @kelseyhightower for #dotnetconf on Thursday. We learned a lot about taking th… https://t.co/yKdtIOMqNc
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8/1
2020
Domestic violence, in all its forms, is nothing short of a despicable act against an undeserving victim.I was flushed with anger and guilt for not being there to protect a stranger of the past. If sharing an experience… https://t.co/LrEaSyn7u0I learned of another act of domestic violence in our community and discussed it with someone close to me. That was… https://t.co/aY7FK51fIAKelsey: you know a microservice that no one thinks of as a microservice? DNS. Me: https://t.co/AfCFLF78HS
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7/31
2020

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