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Show 18 – Docker Networking

EXPLODING back into action in 2016 is the Class C Block, keeping up our legendary breakneck pace of 2 shows a year. Try to keep up.

With show #18, we’re joined by two very special guests, who started a company called Socketplane back in late 2014, which was very quickly acquired by Docker in early 2015. They’ve been working hard on bringing a robust, yet simple networking solution into the Docker ecosystem.

It was a lot of fun to chat with these gents, especially considering that so much has changed for everyone since we had them on last time, for show #12.

Our guests are:

We also discussed the “Gopher-Net” organization on Github – if you’re involved with Golang and/or networking, stop on by!

Show 17 – Containers and IPv6

NOTE – This show occurred in May 2015, and we’re a bunch of dum dumbs that didn’t make a blog post about it. So, if you’re wondering why the date on the video is totally different from the date on the blog post, that’s why. Sorry about that!

For show #17, we were joined by two friends from the networking community to talk about containers and IPv6. We felt like the explosion of containers to provide even greater application density was going to place even more of an emphasis on migrating to IPv6 in order to provide a scalable network infrastructure for these next-generation applications, so we brought on a few folks to talk about this: