Over the past twelve months, I’ve been doing lots of interesting stuff, and I haven’t really had time to recap… before now 🙂 I’ve been participating in the Kubernetes open source community, which has been really fun, been attending upper secondary school, been travelling to the US for the first time, been playing soccer, and been learning […]
Hi, I'm Lucas Käldström! I'm passionate about emerging technologies like Kubernetes, Docker, Hyperledger and CoreOS.I've been a Kubernetes maintainer since April 2016 on my spare time, and contributed a lot of hours and passion to the project.
My main focus is making tech easier to use, partially by porting it to Raspberry Pi´s. With a Raspberry Pi, the tech gets much more practical and easier to understand.I started Kubernetes on ARM in September 2015 as the first fully-working solution to run Kubernetes on Raspberry Pi's other ARM boards. I hope you will try it out! I'm focusing on two things when I'm contributing to Kubernetes:
- Diversifying Kubernetes by porting it to new platforms: linux/arm, linux/arm64 and linux/ppc64le. Since v1.3, binaries are built for all those platforms, and it's possible to smoothly run clusters of mixed platforms.
- Making Kubernetes easier to setup from scratch, and minimizing the dependencies Kubernetes has on bare-metal nodes. We're a group called @kubernetes/sig-cluster-lifecycle that does this effort.