June 1, 2022

Episode 17: Diving deep into Kubernetes

By Steve Prentice

Working with virtual machines and or Kubernetes

A conversation with David Dymko, Director of Engineering for Cloud Native Development at Vultr.com

If you work with virtual machines and or Kubernetes, and if you have some questions about how you can make it work better for your organization, or what the current best practices are, or how to understand it, you’ve come to the right place…

Steve Prentice

Steve Prentice is a project manager, writer, speaker and expert on productivity in the workplace, specifically the juncture where people and technology intersect. He is a senior writer for CloudTweaks.
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