The New Stack Context: Serverless Days and Linkerd 2.0
Welcome! On this episode of The New Stack Context podcast, we’re recapping the Serverless Days event we attended in Portland last week and discussing the 2.0 release of the Linkerd service mesh project. Joining us today is TNS managing editor Joab Jackson, and TNS founder and editor-in-chief Alex Williams.
Williams and I attended Serverless Days in Portland this week where The New Stack was a media sponsor, as well as co-hosted the after party with our sponsor Stackery. In this episode, we discuss what we learned about serverless trends from that event, including the latest definition of serverless, what serverless means for DevOps, monitoring and security.
Then later in the show, we discuss some of the top stories on the site this week, including Buoyant‘s release of Linkerd 2.0, the open source service mesh project from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation that was just completely rearchitected with a lighter, more nimble codebase.
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- DevOps World 2018: ‘Jenkinstein’ and a Cloud Native Jenkins
- Kong, at 1.0, a Service Control Platform
- Buoyant Overhauls Linkerd, Moves to a Simpler Service Mesh Model
Buoyant, CloudBees, The Cloud Native Computing Foundation and Stackery are sponsors of The New Stack.