Why Knative

Why Knative

I got elected to the Knative TOC a few months ago, which is nice (and then I stopped blogging for a bit). I'd like to write a few very biased paragraphs about why I think Knative might be the future of PaaS and Platforms and Serverless. If we've learnt anything…

The Slow, Stealthy Victory of Serverless 2.0 (and PaaS)

The Slow, Stealthy Victory of Serverless 2.0 (and PaaS)

If you've been busy focusing on the - let's face it - noise around Kubernetes in recent years you might have missed it happen. While we've been busily solving orchestration and inventing increasingly ergonomic ways to hide YAML, in secret (not really) folks have been figuring out how to ship…

On losing and winning

On losing and winning

I won an election last week(!), to the Knative TOC. But I did not get the seat: IBM and Red Hat already have two seats, and that's the maximum they're allowed in the rules (to avoid one company having a majority – fair enough). Coming up to speed on Knative and…

Hey, Y'all

Hey, Y'all

So it turns out Basecamp is.. not good. Which is a shame for many reasons, and least of all because I quite liked Hey World. Nevertheless, here we are. A new blog, hosted - at least for now - on Ghost. I'm going to try to make this approximately weekly.…