eBPF is recent graduate in the CNCF family and this means that the world of Cloud and Kubernetes, networking looks very different with more security capabilities. Cilium the project from Isovalent has been gaining traction for network security for kubernetes as blindsides have been called out in the managed kubernetes deployments. This episode was recorded at KubeCon NA with Thomas Graf from Isovalent to share what the blindsides are and why eBPF provides better network security capability for kubernetes deployments of any scale.

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Questions asked:

(00:00) Introduction

(03:42) A bit about Thomas

(04:11) Traditional Networking in Kubernetes

(06:52) What is Cilium?

(07:52) What is eBPF?

(08:46) What do people use Cilium for?

(11:31) Starting with network security in Kubernetes

(13:02) Complexities with Scale

(16:02) How do projects graduate?

(17:02) The eBPF documentary

(17:27) Opensource to Company

(18:52) Practitioner to Founder

(19:57) Building an open source project

(21:13) The Fun Questions!

You can check out the The eBPF Documentary here

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