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Best Breandan Dezendorf podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Breandan Dezendorf podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Where we talk to CloudTruth’s Matt Conway and Greg Arnette about why they are configuration management geeks, and some of the realities of looking at problems with configuration management in mind. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operatio…
 
Where we talk at length with Brandon Peskin, a Sysadmin turned Network Engineer, who has pretty much seen and done it all - from microwave repeaters across parking lots to massively redundant datacenter to cloud migration projects. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you…
 
Where we discuss practice, and how it makes everything easier - for both personal and professional things. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm. Sponsors for Episode 90: 42 Lines is a DevOps consulting firm specializing inObserva…
 
Where we discuss Greg Kogan’s Article, “Simple Systems Have Less Downtime” and rant about simplicity and how to choose what things to spend time running. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm. Sponsors for Episode 89: 42 Lines is …
 
Where we invite Ashi Sheth, the Senior Manager of Global End User Services at LinkedIn, to talk about the logistical and personal considerations of moving a 20,000 user organization to full-time remote work with very little advanced notice. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setu…
 
Where we talk to Ken Mink about his trials and tribulations setting up a Raspberry Pi/Rock64 Kubernetes cluster. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm. Sponsors for Episode 88: 42 Lines is a DevOps consulting firm specializing inO…
 
Where we discuss the fact that for many environments, Kubernetes may be overkill. That said, it still has an important role to play. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Sponsors for Episode 87: 42 Lines is a DevOps consulting fi…
 
Where we discuss the mass migration of the tech community to remote work due to the COVID-19 pandemic, even if only on a temporary basis. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm. Sponsors for Special Episode 1: 42 Lines is a DevOps …
 
Where we discuss the future of microservices… is it the monolith? Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 86: Monoliths Are The Way Forward The Majestic Monolith Steve’s Platform Rant Jepsen.io/consistency Jepsen I…
 
Where we discuss concurrency and parallelism in systems design, and touch on programming languages and challenges a little bit. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 85: Concurrent Computing Embarrassingly Parall…
 
Where we discuss best practices around selecting technologies and strategies for building an observability stack. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 84: The USE Method The RED Method The Four Golden Signals Da…
 
Where we discuss analog tools for an work-from-home digital world. Desk ergonomics, common utility items, and other considerations to make life easier. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 83: Ergonomics Maha Ba…
 
Where we discuss analog tools for an on-the-go digital world. Everyday Carry Bags, the contents of said bags, and our preferences for notebooks and writing implements. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 82: In…
 
Where we talk (again) about immutable infrastructure, especially now that Kubernetes has a mature way to handle state, the statefulset. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 80: Single Instance ASGs Practical Ope…
 
Where we talk about the tendancy the internet at large has to overract to things, including two examples of this. The GitLab User Tracking terms of service and subsequent rollback, and the Terraform Azure provider id issue. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can ema…
 
Where we discuss continuous integration and continuous delivery including some of the tools and strategies. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fmBy Breandan Dezendorf, Jack Neely, and Jarod Watkins
 
Where we discuss the signposts of scalable systems. How to evaluate application state, inputs, and outputs help judge if it can handle scaling up. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 76: Trickster - Open Source…
 
Where we discuss single board linux computers with special guest Ken Mink. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 75: Wikipedia: Raspberry Pi Atomic Pi Devuan PicoCluster/Rock64 Cluster piragekit 18650 Battery Pac…
 
Where we discuss small office and home office networking gear. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 74: Raspberry Pi 4 USB C Issue Netgear Switches Mikrotik pfsense Netgate SG 3100…
 
Where we discuss conference calls and microphone etiquette. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 73: Episode 47 - Efficient Meetings Polycom SoundStation Polycom Meeting Room Mic USB Headset Jabra Wireless…
 
Where we discuss three incident postmortems; two written by CloudFlare and one by AWS. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 72: CloudFlare Regex Outage Coding Horror Regex Performance Loggly Regex Performance S3…
 
Where we recap Monitorama PDX 2019 and talk about our favorite talks and events. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 70: John Allspaw - Taking Human Performance Seriously In Software Evan Chan - Rich Histograms…
 
Where we discuss Jack Neely’s Monitorama 2019 PDX lighting talk - 5 Neat Prometheus Tricks. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 69: The Actual Lightning Talk Distributed Debugger Overcast 5 Neat Tricks With-Pro…
 
Where we discuss the Nintey-Nintey Rule and overall the idea of diminishing returns. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 66: The Ninety-Ninety Rule The Practice of System and Network Administration Editions…
 
Where we discuss the end of 2018 and what we see coming in 2019, including things we missed in 2018’s predictions show. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 63: Tilt Kubernetes: The Surprisingly Affordable Platf…
 
Where we discuss the pros and cons of immutable infrastructure. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 62: Trash Your Servers and Burn Your Code 12 Factor Apps Digital Ocean What Is Immutable No-SSH Movement Pets …
 
Where we talk about IBMs purchase of RedHat, and some of the past implications of tech tech mergers and acquisitions. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 61: Merger Announcement Maddogs Take…
 
Where we talk about Caleb Doxseys article titled Kubernetes: The Surprisingly Affordable Platform for Personal Projects. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 59: Kubernetes: The Surprisingly Affordable Platform …
 
Where we talk about XKCD #2044, The Sandboxing Cycle. It’s pervasive in all things we do, and it can really limit how we operate. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 58: XKCD #2044: The Sandboxing Cycle XKCD #9…
 
Where we discuss security again, moving up to more sensitive users and begin the discussion of implementing a Single Sign On solution for users. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 53: Yubico Security Key U2F F…
 
Where we talk about the basics of end-user security best practices, mostly focused on passwords, MFA tokens and computer hygiene. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 55: Password Lists Password Cracking Benchma…
 
Where we discuss why using technical solutions rarely solve social problems, or solve them very poorly. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 52: IETF DNS Mailing List Discussion FALE Technical Solutions to Socia…
 
Where we discuss how we’re all buried in alerts, but we don’t need that many. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 50: My Philosophy On AlertingBy Breandan Dezendorf, Jack Neely, and Jarod Watkins
 
Where we discuss Monitorama 2018 (PDX), and the return of a reasonable publication schedule. Additionally, apologies for Breandan’s audio. Something was off in his recording setup and this is the best audio we could get out of it. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you …
 
Where we discuss tech trends in 2017 and what we’re looking forward to in 2018. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 48: Visibility Engineering Prometheus 2.0 AWS S3/Glacier SELECT Docker Announced Kubernetes Su…
 
Where we discuss the reasons to have meetings, and some gudielines on making them less awful for everyone involved. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 47: First Round - Making Communication Better Things I hav…
 
Where we discuss the social and technical contracts that should be considered when setting up a working group, both long-standing and ad-hoc. Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at feedback@operations.fm Links for Episode 45: Monorepo Keybase.io Breandan…
 
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