Kenny Coleman / Developer Advocate

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  • From the {code} Blog

    • Getting Started with a Service Mesh – a Linkerd Intro

      As prominent as microservices have become, there is a need to make sure network services are communicating properly and changes can be done effectively. Techniques such as traffic analysis, blue/green testing, load balancing, circuit ...
      February 5, 2018
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    About

    Kendrick is a reformed sysadmin and virtualization junkie.

    His attention has shifted from hypervisors to cloud native platforms, focused on containers. He was once an active developer on the {code} team, but refused to write tests so is now the Technical Marketing Manager (which is a fancy word for Developer Advocate). His days are spent building the online content you see from this team. It’s exciting we get the opportunity to publish all things open source. He has been a speaker at DockerCon, ContainerCon, CloudNativeCon, and more, is a Docker Captain, and also holds the titles of EMC Elect and VMware vExpert.

    His free time is spent sharing bourbon industry knowledge hosting the Bourbon Pursuit Podcast.

    From the {code} Blog

    • Getting Started with a Service Mesh – a Linkerd Intro

      As prominent as microservices have become, there is a need to make sure network services are communicating properly and changes can be done effectively. Techniques such as traffic analysis, blue/green testing, load balancing, circuit ...
      February 5, 2018
    More posts from Kendrick

    Published

    VMware vSphere Design

    2013

    Skills

    Programming
    Languages
  • Go
    Node
    Ruby
  • Expertise
  • Bourbon Recommendations
    Docker Swarm
  • Networking

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    Louisville AWS User Group
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    Louisville Software Engineering Meetup
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