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Commentaires

  • Thank you for the explanation.Very clearly explained

    • We are happy to hear this, Meera!

  • Best one till now

    • Thank you for visiting our channel.

  • Simple, but effective. The drawings help a lot. Thank you!

    • You are most welcome.

  • More videos! Thanks

  • good

  • Nice video.

    • Thank you for watching.

  • Thx!

  • Amazing lesson.

    • Glad to hear it, Kamau.

  • Great video, thank you for sharing it with us.

    • Thank you, Happy Holidays!

    • @IBM Cloud Your Welcome, Happy holiday's to everyone at IBM?

    • Thank you for watching!

  • Well explained. Thank you!

  • How does this guy write backwards so seamlessly???!!

    • Hi Samir! We can explain :) Here's a post we created to show how these videos are created: ibm.co/2Q3tbm0

  • THAT MAN IS WRITING BACKWARDS or the video is simply mirrored

    • Hi Felix! You know what, we actually don't backward. Here is a blog post we wrote that explains how we do it, with a photo. ibm.co/2LTPMjo

    • Hey Felix! Here's a post we created to explain how we did the trick :) - ibm.co/38Zrn6b

  • amazing how good he is at writing backwards

    • Hi Alex: No mirrors. Here is a blog post we wrote that explains how we do it, with a photo. ibm.co/2LTPMjo

    • Hey Chris! If you're curious to see how we did the trick, check out this post: ibm.co/2tv7p2H

  • You should put the video script somewhere else so the person reading it doesn't have to look to the side all the time. For me as a viewer it's irritating to see the narrator look to the side all the time.

    • Hi there! Thanks for your feedback, and yes - I noticed it too. There wasn't a script though - I kept getting distracted by something on the board. This being my first video of this nature, I'll definitely be mindful of this next time.

  • looking for more videos on Calico , K8 networking , security policies deplyoment

  • Awesome 💕😋

  • How do you write backwards?????? :O

    • Hello Edgar: Well actually we don't write backward. Here is a blog post we wrote that explains how we do it, with a photo. ibm.co/2LTPMjo Best, Sai

    • Hi Edgar! Actually, we don't write backwards. Here is a blog post we wrote that explains how we do it, with a photo. ibm.co/2LTPMjo Thanks for watching, Ram

  • Too good !

  • Brilliantly explained.

    • Thank you Sandeep. We appreciate your feedback. -Kaleigh

  • How different is this from Google's Anthos offering?

    • Hi DJ: Thanks for your question. Anthos is Google’s application platform with a focus on modernization, based on Kubernetes as the primary container platform. IBM Cloud Paks run on Red Hat OpenShift - you can pick and choose the ones you need for modernization, cloud-native, or multi-cloud. -Sai

  • Really good presentation

  • How is it Andrea, you are able to write in mirror image that way? Are you able to see some sort of monitor, or is this a special effect? Amazing!

    • Well actually we don't write backward. Here is a blog post we wrote that explains how we do it, with a photo. ibm.co/2LTPMjo

  • Wonderfully done sir, great overview, Thank you !

    • You're welcome Steve. Thanks for watching. Sai

  • Reminds me of how I do things right now with CircleCI - GitHub webhook tells CircleCI that my code has changed and it reads the YAML and does a build. So this is an open source version of this, then.

  • The most impressive thing about this video is how you had to draw everything backwards. How did you do that without it looking like crap

    • Well actually we don't write backward. Here is a blog post we wrote that explains how we do it, with a photo. ibm.co/2LTPMjo

  • Please made more videos on Istio

  • Excellent overview. I’m interested seeing a video that contrasts how OpenShift integrates Istio with the Service Mesh integration

  • Thanks

  • I am planning to do certification, how does it help getting hired?

  • Let's just make 'function' as the basic component of our project, then class, subpacage etc... will be auto generated from the function list, similar node.js, every file will be a module, and even more, we put only one function in the file.

  • Good speech presentation, good visual presentation with the colored markers & screen layout. I am impressed!

  • This is an amazing way of explaining using the diagrams.I understood clearly the different levels and what openshift does. My understanding is that Open-shift creates the image whenever dew build has created in the jenkins and push it into the respositoy which comes along with OpenShift and sent to the Cluster and all these happening in the back-end. whenever new image is created,it will update the same in the clusters.Please correct me, if i am wrong.

  • After watching 10 videos This video helps in understanding the concept

  • We want more videos!!!

    • Hi Aditya! Glad you like our videos. I can assure you we have more videos coming. If you haven't already, please subscribe to our channel alerts so you will know when new videos are posted. -Tessa

  • Hi thanks for the great video !! Please suggest me a problem statement for edge wanna implement in my research . Thanks

    • Sana: Can you give us more information on what you are trying to do? What sort of research is it? Thank you.

  • Grear video Ryan! (And mirror board) Thanks!

  • I am working 12+ hours a day right now trying to learn as much as I can about web dev, so I'm currently ingesting a lot of tutorial content. With that in mind I can say that you are by FAR the best orator/tutor I've come across in a long time! Max respect :)

    • Hi Adam! Honored to be able to help with your educational journey. Best of luck to you in your future endeavors! -Sai

  • Great Video.. thank you for this!

    • You are most welcome, Evelyn. Thank you for visiting our channel.

  • Did you write that backwards from start to beginning?

    • Well actually we don't write backward. Here is a blog post we wrote that explains how we do it, with a photo. ibm.co/2LTPMjo

    • Hi Robert! We have a post that explains how we create these videos. ibm.co/335YQYY Hope this helps! - Tessa

  • IBM COS is the same thing what you are talking about ? What type of disk are been used in these storage boxes flash and NVEME?

    • Hello Yatin: Thank you for your questions. I have answered each question separately here below. Please advise if you have more questions. -Anirup Question 1:IBM COS is the same thing what you are talking about ? Answer: That object storage video is a 101 video, therefore it is touching on object storage in general, but yes, it also applies to IBM Cloud Object Storage. Question 2: What type of disk are been used in these storage boxes flash and NVEME? Answer: Flash and NVMe drives are types of solid state drives. We don’t use solid state drives, we use standard spinning disks (e.g. HDDs not SDDs)

  • Really well explained. 👏🏿

    • Thank you, Alexander!

    • We are happy to hear this, Alexander! - Sai

  • Great Presentation and Smooth explanation

    • Thanks, Ahmed.

    • Thank you for watching, Ahmed. Glad it was helpful. -Sai

  • Great Stuff - sai - thanks

    • Thanks, Christopher! Appreciate the kind words. Best, Sai

  • Is this part of your Khan Academy series?

  • so to resume Openshift is better solution , on the other hand kubernetes is time consuming and lacks scalibility ...damn after hearing things i was abouting to pass the certification for kubernetes

  • how does he manage to write backwards?

  • So cloud provides saas... Directly, so there is unemployment increasing 🤣.... Business are expecting more from cloud

  • great teaching..

  • please help how to use ibm aspera desktop client. because I already opened a folder but there is no file. and I have also tried to transfer it and I also check that it doesn't use another computer.

  • Excellent explanation of Data Transfer. Yes, I understood this before, but your simplification and analogy to driving from point A to point B made it visual and easy to understand. Thanks.

  • explain clearly

  • not very informative and lacks detailing

  • Taking the net+ certification in 2 months and afterwards I plan to prepare for the AWS Cloud Practitioner certification which is the path I plan to pursue in the future

  • I admire the way you can write things behind the glass like that. I tried and it's so HARD!!

    • Well actually we don't write backward. Here is a blog post we wrote that explains how we do it, with a photo. ibm.co/2LTPMjo

    • she never actually wrote backwards they just flipped the video around in post production

  • Thank you!! Very helpful

  • Great stuff Sai - thanks so much

  • Thanks for the excellent explanation..could you please upload one session for OVS,SR-IOV and DVS..

  • Excelent. Is posible to make a video talk about to VOIP with Asterix and REHL?... Many Thx.

    • Thank you for the feedback, Jesmar. We will take a look at that.-Sai

  • Clear cut explanation! with highlights between OCP and K8's. Expecting more videos like this.

    • Glad you enjoyed it, Vaitheesh. -Sai

  • Well, I think this video is more about benefits of containerization vs virtualization instead of Containerization Explained, but either way nice video, so thanks

  • Well explained.

    • I'm glad it was helpful, Raitis. Best, Tessa

  • Nice clear explanation, thanks.

    • Glad it was informative for you, Dave!

  • Nice seems useful. Thx

  • Nice video, but I have a question regarding SEO and CDN. Using your example, if say the CDN has a server to host your website in Australia, Sydney users would definitely benefit. But, when Google crawls the internet and comes to that CDN server in Australia, will it recognize your website as a Dallas (US) based website OR will it start thinking that your website is Sydney (AUS) based website? Will local SEO get affected? Thank you!

    • Hi Gosilan: The CDN service would provide Google the closest possible endpoint to its source when its doing the crawl. CDN services don't typically differ in how they provide the closest endpoint to bots, APIs (or crawlers in this case) or real human visitors of the sites. SEO and how its affected by globally distributed content (with or without a CDN) isn't really the nature of this content. Thanks for watching! Ryan

  • Excellent Explanation!

    • We're glad to hear this, Ann! Thank you for watching, Dan.

  • Thx for video

    • Glad you're finding them beneficial, Rick!

  • This is awesome, one of the best K8s videos for reference & learning. Oh, and Sai, you have awesome hair! I'm jealous!

  • Of course technology is a driver. Think Uber. Without technology this would never have happened.

  • These are good videos, but a note: to follow all the abbreviations, I turned on the CC to follow along. One term that is mis-translated is YAML. In the CC text, it is referred to as 'yamo', and then 'yeah Mille'. Note that I had to look this up on my own to get the right context. There are other errors as you watch - this should be corrected for quality, and for a global audience (English is my native language, but it can be hard for non-native speakers to catch these things).

    • Hi Jay...thanks for making us aware of this. We are working on updating this and I will message you again when we are finished.

  • Nicely explained! thanks

  • how did she write the mirror image text ??

    • Hi Saurabh: Here's a post that explains how we create these videos. ibm.co/335YQYY Hope this helps!-Katie

    • inverted video

  • Happy users

  • I've been looking for a good video And finally I found the best one Thanks a lot 💓

  • very eloquently explained Sai...Great job. Love your explanation and presentation skills

  • But isn't the merging part done by svn or git. Is a Version-Control just part of continous integration? The other benefit "Testable Build" is also realized by build tools isn't it?If so, what exactly is the CI-Tool like Travis doing?

    • Hi LasterixTV: CI the practice is a developer activity interacting mostly with source control. The danger of CI the practice is that constant committing leads to continuously broken builds. The CI server like Travis or my baby, UrbanCode Build, is the safety net that is building and testing those commits so that if someone breaks something the whole team knows right away and can fix it before others are negatively impacted. I actually go into some depth on this in a recent blog I wrote on the interplay of practices and technology here: www.ibm.com/cloud/blog/new-builders/technology-and-culture-change-together-the-four-question-framework-for-devops Take care and thanks for visiting the channel, Eric

  • Excellent overview Thanks, could you please make some more vedios of in depth cloud security and cloud Pentesting.

  • hi, thx for the video. If I used OKD, do I still need Kubernetes installed?

    • @IBM Cloud thank you,, I just start to jump into container world, do you have any references for beginer? Where to start first, or step by step?

    • Hi Umar! No, OKD comes with Kubernetes embedded. Thanks for watching.-Sai

  • It would be great to have comparison on both offerings focus on what is available over IBM Cloud

  • I liked the way you compare VMs with Containers. It made it very easy to understand the fundamentals with details. Thanks!!

  • Well Explained.....CDN helps to accelerate the website and delivers the content to the users in all global locations.

    • We appreciate your positive comments, Aaron. Thank you for checking out our channel.

  • amazing

    • Thank you Jayesh. We love to hear this!

  • Great video. I posted this to my LinkedIn.

    • Hi Cotton Hollow Distilling! Thanks for the link love! -Sai

  • Hybrid Cloud made simple - thanks Sai, for sharing your insights.... Looking forward to the rest of the videos...

    • Glad it was helpful, Vinu. Appreciate you visiting our channel. -Sai

  • well explained. Like it a lot.

    • Glad it was clear, Immanuel. Thanks for visiting.

  • Thank for explaining in such an easy manner.

  • A permissioned blockchain is just a database!

  • Super explanation Andrea !!

    • Thank you Michael! Appreciate you watching. Andrea

  • Permissioned Blockchain = Distributed databases

  • "Encryption is for amateurs, Key management is for professionals" - interesting thought, and maybe true when the encryption is designed by IBM such as the DES encryption cipher!

    • Thanks for watching, Danyal!

  • Does this dude write backwards?

    • Here's a post we created to explain how these videos are created. ibm.co/335YQYY Hope this helps! --Sai.

  • To be honest! I don't understand

    • Hi Abdullah! Try starting with my Containerization Explained video here:ibm.co/33IGZYH. Let me know if that helps you. --Sai

  • Amazing Explanation!

  • I just subscribe. Thanks to your clear explanation. Good job! 👏👏

    • Glad it was helpful, Rochille. -Sai

  • Is he writing backwards?

    • Here's a post we created to explain how these videos are created. ibm.co/335YQYY Hope this helps! --Eric

  • what does "run on top" or "run above" mean; when referring to the Hypervisor?

    • Hi Jeremy! When referencing the placement of a hypervisor in an IT stack, I reference what the hypervisor is installed on to, or “on top of”. For example, saying 'A type 1 hypervisor runs on top of a bare metal server.' is the same thing as saying ‘A type 1 hypervisor is installed on a bare metal server.’ Hope this helps. Thanks for watching and let us know if you have other questions. --Kaleigh

  • wow brilliant

  • What a great presenter Sai is !

  • You Rock! Alex

  • Nice! Thx for video