Michael Hausenblas

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Distributed Systems Jester

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My name is Michael Hausenblas and I work at Red Hat in the OpenShift team. I am a Gopher, a Cloud Native Ambassador and I try to help folks to be successful with container technologies including Docker, CRI-O, Kubernetes, and OpenShift.

Please use m.hausenblas@acm.org for general enquiries.


If you want to know where I'll be in the next couple of months, check out:
Michael on the road.

My current and upcoming books:
2019.Programming Kubernetes will teach you how to use and extend Kubernetes programmatically in Go. We cover low-level Kubernetes API access using the client-go package, automated approaches (kubebuilder, etc.), the operator pattern as well as cloud native programming languages such as Pulumi and Ballerina. No matter if you want to customize Kubernetes to your needs with custom resources or develop Kubernetes native apps, this book will provide you with all you need.
2018.Kubernetes Security covers securing clusters, secure image builds and running containers, authn & authz, secrets, and more.
2018.Kubernetes Cookbook is a collection of recipies for developers and admins that my buddy Sébastien Goasguen and I put together.
2018.Container Networking covers container networking, focusing on CNI and Kubernetes.
2016. Serverless Ops—A Beginners Guide For Serverless Operations covers the serverless ecosystem and how to approach the serverless paradigm from an ops perspective.

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A list of all advocacy sites I've ever done is also available.

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