Kubernetes Rust Kubelet on GitHub
Introducing Krustlet, the WebAssembly Kubelet by Matt Fisher
Kubernetes and waSCC by Brian Ketelsen
waSCC capability that will make your ops folks cry - GitHub link to evil project (don’t install this)
Kubernetes: A Rusty Friendship - Taylor Thomas
WebAssembly meets Kubernetes with Krustlet by Ralph Squillace
Taylor Thomas is a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft Azure working with Helm, as well as other open-source tools. He has been involved with containers and Kubernetes platforms at Intel, Nike, and Microsoft and is one of the core maintainers of Helm. He currently lives in the Utah area and enjoys hiking and camping. He has also talked at multiple conferences, such as KubeCon, Velocity Conference, and Helm Summit about a variety of topics related to containers and Kubernetes.
Brian Ketelsen is probably most widely known for his role in the Go community: co-organizing Gophercon and co-authoring Go in Action for Manning Press. He’s been programming since he was 10, starting on a TI-99 4A. His broad background includes roles as a DBA, Developer, CIO, and nearly everything in-between. Brian built his first custom Linux distribution in 2007, which was used by colleges and companies like IBM to make developing with Ruby on Rails easier. Biggest contribution to Open Source: SkyDNS, which powers service discovery in Kubernetes.
Bridget Kromhout is a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft Azure, focusing on the open source cloud native ecosystem. Her CS degree emphasis was in theory, but she now deals with the concrete (if ‘cloud’ can be considered tangible). After years on call for production (from enterprise to research to startups) and a couple of customer-facing adventures, she now herds cats and wrangles docs on the product side of engineering. In the wider tech community, she has done much conference speaking and organizing, and advises the global devopsdays organization after leading it for over five years. Living in Minneapolis, she enjoys snowshoeing in the winter and bicycling in the summer (with winter cycling as a stretch goal).