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SE-Radio Episode 334: David Calavera on Zero-downtime Migrations and Rollbacks with Kubernetes : Software Engineering Radio
SE-Radio Episode 334: David Calavera on Zero-downtime Migrations and Rollbacks with Kubernetes
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Jeremy Jung talks with David Calavera about zero-downtime migrations and rollbacks with Kubernetes. In this episode we define migrations, rollbacks, and discuss how Netlify was able to migrate to Kubernetes and roll back off of it multiple times without impacting their users. David explains how developers can run old and new systems simultaneously, the importance of defining errors in your system, and when to apply fixes vs rolling back. We also discuss their decision to move to Kubernetes, and the benefits they received.
SE-Radio Episode 246: John Wilkes on Borg and Kubernetes
SE-Radio Episode 319: Nicole Hubbard on Migrating from VMs to Kubernetes
David Calavera Twitter
Velocity Conference Talk
Kubernetes the Hard Way
The ETTO principle
Circuit Breaker pattern
Blog post: Migrating Netlify’s Continuous Deployment infra to Kubernetes
Google Kubernetes Engine
Guest email: email@example.com
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SE-Radio Episode 348: Riccardo Terrell on Concurrency
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Riccardo Terrell, author of Concurrency in .NET: Modern Patterns of Concurrent and Parallel Programming, discusses concurrency, an important topic in the era of multicores in any machine. SE Radio host Felienne spoke with Terrell about concurrency, parallelism, and immutability. They discussed the impact of programming languages and paradigms on concurrent programming and explored common issues that developers run into when solving concurrent problems.
Concurrency in .NET
The foundations of functional concurrency
SE Radio episode 296
SE Radio episode 274
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Guest email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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