The momentum behind Kubernetes continues to grow steadily. Originally designed by engineers at Google, Kubernetes (sometimes written as K8s) is an open source platform that automates container orchestration—deployment, management, and scaling. (Red Hat has published a clear and thorough overview of Kubernetes that’s worth checking out: What Is Kubernetes?)
To help you stay current with the latest news and developments in the rapidly growing world of Kubernetes, we gathered this lineup of 15 Kubernetes experts, listed in alphabetical order. Follow these folks online to grow your knowledge and skills, become part of the conversation, and stay close to the K8s community:
Senior software engineer at Netflix, led the team that developed the CloudRTI, a Kubernetes/Docker-based service for DevOps.
JavaZone presentation: Kubernetes Automation in Production
Founder and CTO of Kubernetes consultancy Heptio; co-founder of Google Kubernetes Compute Engine and Google Container Engine.
KubeCon presentation: The Road to a More Useable Kubernetes
Distinguished engineer at Microsoft and co-founder of the Kubernetes project, coauthor of Kubernetes: Up and Running.
Engineering executive, speaker, and author; former CTO of Rent the Runway.
Kubernetes lead at application packaging provider Bitnami; author of Docker Cookbook: Solutions and Examples for Building Distributed Applications.
Creator of interactive learning and training platform Katacoda, offering several courses on Kubernetes and Docker.
Developer advocate at Red Hat on the OpenShift team; blogs about machine learning on Kubernetes.
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Principal software engineer at Google working on Kubernetes, GKE, and Google Cloud.
Founder of KubeCon and of Kismatic open source toolkit for deploying Kubernetes clusters.
CEO of Kubernetes consultancy Heptio; co-founder of the Kubernetes OSS project.
CEO of CoreOS, co-founder of Cloudkick.
Frequent speaker on container security, author of Learning Path: Building Containers from Scratch with Go, KubeCon co-chair.
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