First look into…. containerlab

There’s been many times in my career where I’ve wanted to build virtual networking labs – not just for testing network designs but primarily for learning. While studying for my CCIE, I remember using GNS3. It was pretty good but not always stable. I eventually moved to renting physical racks as I was spending as […]

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KubeCon EU 2022 Wrap-Up

Starting a new job can be daunting. Attending your first KubeCon is certainly overwhelming. Starting a new job at a fast-paced startup, at KubeCon, while your suitcase has gone missing between Paris and Valencia was… memorable. When I decided to join Isovalent, I thought it would be extremely convenient to have my first day coinciding […]

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Why I joined Isovalent

Networking is a hereditary thing for me. My mum worked for France Telecom – the national service provider – and my brother studied networks at university and started his career as a network consultant. It was incidentally his fault I ended up doing networking. He once left me a heavy training book and recommended I […]

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Deep Dive into Kubernetes Gateway API

What I find fascinating with Kubernetes is that, despite its popularity, it is always changing and evolving. Large-scale adoption brings more complex requirements and challenges. But bringing new technical features isn’t always the most difficult challenge – the complexity is in adapting Kubernetes to fit its operational model. That’s why the Kubernetes Gateway APIs were […]

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PyVMC Update: Release 1.2

The Python Client for VMware Cloud on AWS has had a few minor upgrades over the past few months. It’s been great to hear that more and more customers that are using it for automation, operation and migrations. The code is also being used for side projects such VMware Hands on Labs or for other […]

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