* Posts by andyp1per

3 publicly visible posts • joined 18 Jul 2017

Meltdown/Spectre fixes made AWS CPUs cry, says SolarWinds


Re: Maybe they should upgrade their instances

Agreed, who actually uses PV these days? HVM has been available for years and clearly you are going to need to be on HVM to get the benefits of PCID - which is the only way not to get clobbered by the fixes.

PV - makes a nice headline for ops software companies but in real life not so much.

Windows Subsystem for Linux to debut in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update


Has anyone commenting actually tried it?

It's actually pretty good.

Why the Kubernetes Kids can't hurt Bezos' Amazon beast


Developer convenience is right ...

... but you've missed a trick here. One of the key features of Kubernetes from where I am standing is its developer convenience. The transition from minikube to kops to on-prem is pretty much seamless - I can develop on my laptop and it looks exactly the same as if I deploy to AWS. The convenience of YAML all tied up in a single deployment driver is a productivity boon. I can even do it on my Windows 10 box at home using WSL and the same YAML as I use on my OSX laptop. A big part of the puzzle is how good docker has got on local environments but it's also the way Kubernetes has been designed. I don't believe it's going away any time soon.