Nigel shoots two YouTube shows (Kubernetes This Month & #KubernetesMoment) to help you learn, understand and apply Kubernetes.
These shows maybe a little geeky (his words) and cheesy (his brothers words), but Nigel is all about the tech. You'll love the tips, advice, interviews and the tricky subjects explained clearly in his fun style.
Nigel has partnered with ACloudGuru to bring you Kubernetes This Month. Get a recap of Kubernetes news from the month, take a deeper dive and much more.
In this Kubernetes This Month, KubeCon held it's second virtual conference of the year. The CNCF cloud-native report has been released, Cisco has announced an acquirement, and let's not forget we have another lucky Guru of the Month winner. Finally, we also pay tribute to Dan Kohn.
Watch the first ever episode of Kubernetes This Month.
HA MicroK8s, Microsoft releasing Akri, the new AWS Loadbalancer Controller for K8s Ingress, Tanzu Kubernetes Grid 1.2, OpenShift + Ansible, Helm Hub moving home, Rancher 2.5, Envoy on Windows and what's going on with Helm.
Nigel discusses Docker Enterprise 3.1, GKE threat detection & Snyk.
What exactly does this mean? Portainer, Istio, K3s, OpenShift and more.
Windows container on AKS, Anthos for AWS & K8s release cycle feature.
Kubernetes 1.19 is here. What exactly does that mean?
Every #KubernetesMoment episode is a short-sharp look into the world of Kubernetes.
If you want to learn Kubernetes with announcements, tips, something in the news, or an interview when we're at a show, then keep your finger on the pulse by watching Nigel's show #KubernetesMoment.
Watch me play around with kubectl --v and kubectl explain with the --recursive flag.
Go back and take a look at the very first episode of #KubernetesMoment
What do I need to do to become an expert with #Kubernetes?
See what advice Nigel has to offer.
Not to be missed... Kubernetes Endpoint Slices explained visually with plastic cheese and a block of Halloumi.
Nigel’s family re-enacting an iconic scene from The Matrix, with a twist.
Nigel tackles a viewer question: how are service mesh sidecars automatically injected into Pods? Watch to see his answer.