PAS, PKS, & RabbitMQ on kubernetes

August 2, 2019 Michael Coté

This week, we talk about Pivotal's recent announcements about alphas for running several parts of PCF on kubernetes. We also discuss proper taco eating technique and why Coté is part of the global warming problem, probably.

Don't forget to check out SpringOne Platform, Pivotal's annual conference. It's October 7th to 9th in lovely Austin, Texas. You can $200 off registration if you sign up before August 20th.

Moodboard:

  • Kafka won't solve your broken ESB culture.

  • Phil, Larry, and Ron.

  • Phil has been working hard to get PowerShell up there.

  • Languages that begin with "Java."

  • Decreasing Coté's individual contribution to global warming by 2% by burning paper to light charcoal.

  • The blinking cursor is pretty boring. 

  • The milkshake man was both a man and interested in milkshakes.

  • The multi-sided taco consumption containment strategy.

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Michael Coté

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

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