As part of our KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2022 coverage, VMblog visited with Daniel Bryant, Head of Developer Relations, Ambassador Labs.
Ambassador Labs, the cloud native developer experience leader, enables developers to code, ship, and run applications faster and easier than ever. Maker of top Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) open source projects, including Emissary-ingress and Telepresence, Ambassador Labs delivers a developer control plane for Kubernetes that integrates the development, deployment, and production infrastructure for developers and organizations worldwide.
In this video, Daniel Bryant provides a quick overview of the company, and then goes into more detail on how they fit within the ecosystem being discussed at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2022. Learn more about the types of problems that they solve for users, and any specific use cases.
Listen in as Bryant provides a run down of the company's technology offerings, what it does, and what makes it unique and differentiated. Bryant also talks about new announcements being made at KubeCon. And then, find out what big themes and trends Ambassador Labs expects for 2023.
Stick around until the end and watch a demo to learn more.
Learn more about Ambassador Labs by visiting: https://www.getambassador.io
0:00 - Intro
0:30 - Introducing Daniel Bryant, Head of Developer Relations, Ambassador Labs
0:50 - Background overview of Ambassador Labs
1:39 - How does Ambassador Labs fit within the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon ecosystem?
3:15 - What specific problems does Ambassador Labs solve?
5:35 - Getting a deeper dive into Ambassador Labs' technology. And what makes them unique.
8:56 - New announcements being made
11:19 - Discussion of big themes and trends in 2023
13:53 - Demo of Ambassador Labs
20:25 - Wrap up