Link: VMworld 2018: Pivotal Container Service and the Long Road to NoOps

[Swisscom’s] Massalt polled the audience, asking how many of them had experience with updating their Kubernetes clusters. No one, in a reasonably full ballroom, raised a hand.

“There’s a reason for this: because it’s a painful process,” he said. It’s why Swisscom had already adopted BOSH as an automated deployment tool for replacing old versions and updating the underlying platform, thus taking care of a large chunk of Day-2 operations.
Original source: VMworld 2018: Pivotal Container Service and the Long Road to NoOps

On the closing panel at DockerCon EU 2014

I was lucky to be invited to be on a panel during DockerCon last month. It was fun! The video is up. It was a nice panel, talking about the changing nature of how software is delivered from the infrastructure layer, all the way up to the “culture” layer.

You can check me out in full hobo resplendor and holding an invisible box of Lego bricks. Don’t fret: I got a haircut soon after.