Kubernetes Podcast with Linkerd's Thomas Rampelberg

Tune into this episode of the Kubernetes Podcast to hear from Buoyant software engineer and Linkerd maintainer Thomas Rampelberg as he chats about the Linkerd service mesh. Going down memory lane, Thomas and co-hosts, Craig and Adam, start talking about DC/OS which Thomas co-created, and the early days of Linkerd. They also chat about SMI and Linkerd’s latest release.

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