December 12th, 2018 | 27 mins 28 secs
ceph, christmas, chromium, chromium os, cloud native, cloudevent, cncf, container vulnerability, containers, control plane, crossplane, cve, cve-2018-1002105, devops, elasticsearch, etcd, event driven, faas, gitlab, google, helm, helm hub, holiday, http, ibm, istio, k8s, knative, kube-apiserver, kubecon, kubernetes, metrics, multicloud, networking, openwhisk, rbac, red hat, rook, security, security vulnerability, security.christmas, serverless, storage, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, traefik, websocket
A security vulnerability in Kubernetes causes a big stir, but we’ll break it all down and explain what went wrong.
October 25th, 2018 | 36 mins 57 secs
bcc, bpf, bpfilter, bpftrace, bytecode, containers, devops, dtrace, ebpf, instrumentation, kernel, kprobe, linus, linux, lwn, meetbsd, monitoring, networking, observability, pipecut, pipeline, seccomp, security, shell, sysadmin, tcpdump, techsnap, tracing, ultimate plumber, up, virtual machine, xdp
We explain what eBPF is, how it works, and its proud BSD production legacy.
October 11th, 2018 | 33 mins 37 secs
amy marrich, ansible, containers, cri, ipfs, kata containers, kubernetes, magnum, openstack, openstack training artichect, phishing, private cloud, rachel kroll, rfc, rocky, sysadmin, techsnap, uber, writing things down, zun, zuul
We bring in Amy Marrich to break down the building blocks of OpenStack. There are nearly an overwhelming number of ways to manage your infrastructure, and we learn about one of the original tools.
February 15th, 2018 | 37 mins 23 secs
air-gapped, asa, blockchain, cisco, containers, docker, microsoft did, remote code execution, skype update flaw, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, telegram zero-day, xml parser
The problems containers can’t solve, nasty security flaws in Skype and Telegram, and Cisco discovers they have a bigger issue on their hands then first realized.
December 21st, 2017 | 50 mins
botlogs, botnets, containers, fireeye, ieee 802.1ab, linux, malware, network namespace, robot attack, routing, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, triton, virtual ethernet devices, vrf, wannacry, wannacry killswitch, wireguard
Network Namespaces have been around for a while, but there may be be some very practical ways to use them that you’ve never considered. Wes does a deep dive into a very flexible tool.