00:00 - 00:03Our domination of the container space
00:04 - 00:05is going well.
00:05 - 00:07We consolidated through several acquisitions.
00:08 - 00:12Our container tools are very popular and now have
00:12 - 00:15the most Github stars.
00:17 - 00:19What about
00:19 - 00:21the container registries?
00:24 - 00:26Sir...
00:27 - 00:28quay
00:31 - 00:33quay.io was down
00:34 - 00:36for over 13 hours
00:53 - 00:58Everyone who joined this team from CoreOS, Red Hat, or IBM. Get out.
01:13 - 01:15They said openshift4 would be stable.
01:15 - 01:17We can't even keep our pods from being evacuated!
01:18 - 01:23How is it possible we are running out of database connections!
01:25 - 01:28What kind of imbecile updated the prod and backup cluster
01:29 - 01:31at the same time!
01:31 - 01:3413 hours is an eternity!
01:34 - 01:37We have completed failed!
01:37 - 01:40No one will trust us ever again!
01:40 - 01:42Sir we were able to put quay into read-only mode.
01:42 - 01:46READ-ONLY? THE BITS ARE IN A S3 BUCKET!
01:46 - 01:48Sir container distribution is a complex process.
01:48 - 01:52I don't care if you are serving petabytes of traffic!
01:53 - 01:54FIX THIS SHIT
01:56 - 01:57Quay has survived
01:57 - 02:003 acquisitions, 2 rebrands, and 1 deprioritization
02:00 - 02:03We will not lose to the corpse of our greatest enemy
02:04 - 02:08DockerHub is all they have left!
02:08 - 02:13We must own the deployment and distribution pipeline
02:14 - 02:16for every k8s deployment possible
02:17 - 02:21We did not deal with all the criticism for using Python for nothing!
02:27 - 02:29We have worked so hard to implement
02:30 - 02:34container standards. OCI was supposed to make things easier.
02:34 - 02:36But where are we now?
02:41 - 02:42We have completely failed
02:43 - 02:47the k8s community!
02:48 - 02:53Years of good will built up lost
02:54 - 02:56I can't even imagine what users
02:56 - 02:59are saying on Twitter!
03:00 - 03:02Are they wrong to mock us?
03:04 - 03:07dont worry. we are still the 2nd biggest container registry online
03:14 - 03:1620k+ database connections
03:19 - 03:23how did things get so bad.
03:25 - 03:26this is embarrassing
03:31 - 03:33How can we go on?
03:40 - 03:46Will anyone remember features like
03:46 - 03:49security scanning or no layer size limits?
03:53 - 03:56We need new SREs