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Join The New Stack’s editorial team to review the week’s hottest news in cloud-native technologies and at-scale application development. Editorial Director Libby Clark, Managing Editor Joab Jackson and TNS Founder and Publisher Alex Williams put more context around the stories we’re covering each week and look ahead to topics we expect will gain more attention in coming weeks. Guests include TNS writers and correspondents who join us to discuss what they’re hearing from tech industry insiders.
 
The Sudo Show covers topics ranging from Enterprise Open Source to Cloud Management, but we don't just talk about the technology. We discuss methodologies like DevOps and how to change your team and company cultures to build and grow your people! Need to get more done? Join us as we share our years of experience working from home including our tips and tricks for better productivity!
 
The Podlets is a weekly show that explores cloud native, one buzzword at a time. Each week experts in the field will discuss and contrast distributed systems concepts, practices, trade-offs, and lessons learned to help you on your cloud native journey. This space moves fast, and we shouldn’t reinvent the wheel. If you are an engineer, operator, or technically minded decision maker, this podcast is for you! Find us at https://thepodlets.io.
 
How are end users faring on the cloud native journey? What questions keep them up at night? What business objectives are they trying to reach by moving to the cloud and Kubernetes? In this podcast, we’ll talk with a variety of end users to uncover the vocabulary they use to talk about the move to cloud native application architectures and understand the real-world challenges and successes with everything cloud native.
 
Welcome to the Art of Modern Ops - a podcast series on modernizing cloud infrastructure; hosted by Cornelia Davis, Weaveworks CTO, and author of the book Cloud Native Patterns. Through a series of interviews with both visionaries and practitioners, she discusses hands-on use cases with those who have completed the digital transformation and others still in transition. https://www.weave.works
 
Why isn't talking tech as simple, quick, and agile as its innovations promise to be? Technology Untangled is just that - a show that deciphers tech's rapid evolutions with one simple question in mind: what's really going to shape our future (and what's going to end up in the bargain bin with the floppy disc)? Join your host Michael Bird as he untangles innovation through a series of interviews, stories, and analyses with some of the industry's brightest brains. No marketing speak, no unneces ...
 
The New Stack Makers is all about the developers, software engineers and operations people who build at-scale architectures that change the way we develop and deploy software. For The New Stack Analysts podcast, please see https://soundcloud.com/thenewstackanalysts For The New Stack @ Scale podcast, please see https://soundcloud.com/thenewstackatscale For The New Stack Context podcast, please see https://soundcloud.com/thenewstackcontext Subcribe to TNS on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com ...
 
Intel® Chip Chat is a recurring podcast series of informal, one-on-one interviews with some of the brightest minds in the industry. Hosted by Intel employee Allyson Klein since 2007, Intel Chip Chat strives to bring listeners closer to the innovations and inspirations of the people shaping the future of computing, and in the process share a little bit about the technologists themselves.
 
There are great stories in the security industry that aren’t being told. Fascinating people who fly below the radar and aren’t being heard. We know because we encounter them in hallways, hotel lobbies and just about everywhere imaginable across the globe. Everytime we think “I wish I had recorded that conversation so that everyone could hear it…” Our goal with Security Voices is to provide a place for clear-headed dialogue with great people that’s unencumbered by the hyperbole and shouting t ...
 
If you love our blog, but don't have time to read - we'll read it for you! :D Let OfferZen's podcast host, Jomiro, keep you up-to-date with our latest tech insights, career hacks, and hiring tips all in audio-form! :D With concrete advice, rooted in data and real-life personal experiences, you'll walk away from every episode with new lessons you can share with your team, your manager, your colleague, or even your rubberduck! ;D Listen moar | If you enjoy this show, make sure you listen to ou ...
 
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In our 1st episode of this series, Teri provided an expert’s broad view of what’s happening with security in the public cloud. In this episode, Yelp’s Zach Musgrave does the opposite: we go into the trenches to understand what it takes to protect a fully cloud native business on a daily basis. While Yelp was born in ‘04, 2 years before Amazon launc…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Vlad Mihalcea (@vlad_mihalcea) about: the romanian HC computer,running QBasic on HC, GOTO 30 and typing programs from a book,designing 8 by 8 images,building the first video game with 11-12 years,the spider is walking,learning turbo pascal at high school,mathematics and physics at high school, studying telecommunica…
 
For this week’s episode of The New Stack Context podcast, we ask Levine about the excitement around WebAssembly, its use in the Envoy proxy, and Solo.io’s new proposal for packaging WASM modules in the Open Container Initiative format. TNS editorial and marketing director Libby Clark hosts this episode, with the help of TNS senior editor Richard Ma…
 
The conversation covers: The difference between cloud computing and cloud-native, according to AJ Whether it’s possible to have a cloud-native application that runs on-premise The types of conversations that AJ has with customers, as VP of product. AJ also talks about the different types of customers that DigitalOcean serves. How the needs of small…
 
The uptake of cloud computing has increased significantly amid the pandemic. However, while cloud has dealt businesses a lifeline in enabling businesses to work remotely, companies need to consider the security implications that it comes with. Joining us to share his thoughts and advice is TJ (Tsion) Gonen, Head of Cloud Product Line at Check Point…
 
Java remains one of the most popular and trusted programming languages, but it is not necessarily well-suited for everything, including cloud native and containerized applications.While Java’s elegance and versatility is reflected in how it can be written once and run practically anywhere, the language was geared mainly for creating application sta…
 
In this edition of The New Stack Makers podcast, Robert Haynes, cloud security evangelist, Palo Alto Networks, discusses Kubernetes security above and beyond what Kubernetes has natively and the evolution of the Kubernetes vulnerability landscapes since the first API attacks. Alex Williams, founder, and publisher of The New Stack, hosted this episo…
 
Cote and Brandon discuss PagerDuty's acquisition of Rundeck, the current state of AIOps and why is Reed Hastings writing a book about Netflix’s Culture. Plus, some advice on haircuts. The Rundown PagerDuty PagerDuty to Acquire Rundeck to Expand DevOps Automation Capabilities Across Digital Operations | PagerDuty PagerDuty Acquires DevOps Automator …
 
For Kolton Andrus, CEO and co-founder, Gremlin, describing what chaos engineering is “is one of my favorite topics for debate,” and “is what makes chaos engineering sound fun and exciting."In this edition of The New Stack Makers podcast, Andrus, in addition to defining chaos engineering, describes how organizations can make it work for them. Alex W…
 
Torkel Ödegaard is the creator and project lead of Grafana, and co-founder of Grafana Labs. Learn how Torkel went from modding video games to building a data visualization platform, and co-founding a company that is now offering a complete monitoring service built on Prometheus. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web:…
 
In this episode of The New Stack Makers, we sit down with Christina Hupy, GitLab’s senior education program manager, and Nuritzi Sanchez, GitLab’s senior open source program manager, in the lead-up to GitLab Commit later this summer. We talk about the ups and downs of inclusion in the open source world, how you can best leverage the career opportun…
 
In this episode of The New Stack Makers, Alex Williams, founder and publisher of The New Stack, talks to three members of the WeaveWorks team: Alexis Richardson, founder and CEO, Cornelia Davis, chief technology officer, and Stefan Prodan, developer experience engineer and the architect of Flux2 and Flagger. They reflect on the next generation tool…
 
Application and system observability was the focus of the latest Cloud Native Computing Foundation Technology Radar end user survey, posted last week. So for this week’s TNS Context podcast episode, we invited Cheryl Hung, CNCF vice president of ecosystem, to discuss these latest findings. To get an additional industry perspective on observability,…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Lincoln Baxter III (@lincolnthree) about: the broken Apple Mac Plus,accidental computer repair,Crystal Quest,Spectre,playing MechWarrior,programming logo at school,ACS logo,counting to a million with a shell script,writing a Galaga clone for a TI-92writing a multiplexing socket chat server in C++ at high school,Bjar…
 
This week we discuss Snowflake’s IPO, Forrester’s Multicloud Container Wave and Nvidia buying ARM. Plus, an extensive discussion of what constitutes a breakfast taco. The Rundown IPOs Snowflake shares more than double. It's the biggest software IPO ever Worth more than VMware. Sumo Logic's IPO prices above the expected range Tech investors await IP…
 
In this latest episode, Cornelia Davis, Weaveworks CTO discusses DevOps and open source on the mainframe with Rosalind Radcliffe, distinguished engineer at IBM. The IBM Z system has been around for more than 50 years, and according to Rosalind, it’s the system that “runs the world”. How has Z adopted DevOps best practices or is it the other way aro…
 
The conversation covers: Gou’s role as CTO of Portworx, and how he works with customers on a day to day basis. Common pain points that Gou talks about with customers. Gou explains how he helps customers create agile and cost-effective application development and deployment environments. The types of people that Gou talks to when approaching custome…
 
In this conversation Oracle Sr. Product Manager Avi Miller touches on a variety of Open Source projects at the company, some history about Oracle's involvement in the Linux community, how people can contribute to FOSS projects generally, and a bit of legos at the end. Guest: Avi MillerHost: Jim Grisanzio…
 
Ed Huang is co-founder and CTO of PingCAP, creators of the TiDB distributed database and the TiKV key value store. Ed worked on clustering Redis while at Wandou Labs, creating and open-sourcing a tool called Codis. Deciding to focus on this space, he created TiDB and then TiKV, and founded PingCAP. He shares the story behind the projects, bridging …
 
The iterative software development model can help organizations improve agility and the efficiencies of production pipelines as DevOps teams continue to seek ways to create applications and updates at ever-faster cadences. GitLab serves as an example of an enterprise that is successfully taking advantage of iteration and applying lessons it has lea…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Sebastian Daschner (@daschners: Sebastian was introduced in airhacks.fm episode #2,and also appeared in episodes #31, #47 and #54) about: designing blog engines,pagination strategies,implementing a blog engine with Jakarta EE and MicroProfile,a modified Apache Roller,static page generators,using Quarkus instead of a…
 
The ideal state of a cloud native shop is to run a development and deployment pipeline that can seamlessly move applications from the developer’s laptop to the data center (or the edge) without any manual intervention. And while there are many tools available to facilitate such automation — Helm, Operators, CI/CD toolchains, GitOps architectures, I…
 
Cote and Brandon discuss Chef being acquired, the Private Equity Operating Model and Gartner’s Cloud Infrastructure and Platform Services (CIPS) Magic Quadrant. Plus, Cote offers advice on peanut better and jelly sandwiches. The Rundown Chef Progress Announces Acquisition of Chef | Progress Software Corporation Adam Jacob on Chef’s acquisition Prog…
 
Michelle Norrali, a senior software engineer for Microsoft, wrote a statement on a whiteboard during Helm’s first days when she worked with Matt Butcher at Deis, which Microsoft acquired in 2017. “From zero to dopamine in five minutes,” is still the phrase Butcher, a principal software development engineer for Microsoft, and his team use to measure…
 
Since the start of the pandemic, keywords such as uncertainty and continuity have been dominating the business lexicon. As a result, most businesses have unsurprisingly been focusing more on survival than the new opportunities the crisis has presented. However, one opportunity not to be missed is to build an artificial intelligence-powered enterpri…
 
The conversation covers: Why Kevin helped launch Single Music, where he currently provides SRE and architect duties. Single Music’s technical evolution from Docker Swarm to Kubernetes, and the key reasons that drove Kevin and his team to make the leap. What’s changed at Single Music since migrating to Kubernetes, and how Kubernetes is opening new d…
 
Melanie Cebula is a staff engineer at Airbnb, where she has built a scalable modern architecture on top of cloud native technologies. She regularly shares her knowledge in presentations focusing on cloud efficiency and usability, and today shares the story of Airbnb’s Kubernetes migration with hosts Adam and Craig. Do you have something cool to sha…
 
The failure rate of bots has long been unremittingly high. However, Pegasystems is challenging the statistics by unveiling its new solution, which is the industry's first self-healing robotic process automation (RPA) capability. The offering, called X-ray Vision, is able to detect and fix broken bots with no human intervention, making for a very ex…
 
GitLab sponsored this podcast.The struggle is real. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation landscape map has over 1,400 cloud native projects listed on it, over a variety of categories. The total market cap of the cloud native ecosystem is $18.66T, which gives you an idea of the scale of cloud business now. So as companies continue their inevitable …
 
Initially led by software as a service (SaaS), the transition to the public cloud is one of the most important changes we’ve witnessed in information technology to date. From the early days of SaaS to the current stage where adoption of infrastructure, platform and function as a service (IaaS, PaaS, FaaS) are catching on like wildfire, there’s an i…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Frank Delporte (@FrankDelporte) about: first experiences in computer club - a retail store,C64 love with 11,enjoying printing a line of text repeatedly,a book by elektor about C64 and hardware,controlling lego trains with soldered relay boards with C64,disco bar with peek and pokes,programming over games,film school…
 
Late last month, Rancher Labs donated its popular K3s Kubernetes distribution to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. This stripped down version of Kubernetes has been a quiet hit among cloud native users — many who are deploying to edge environs.So for this week’s episode of The New Stack Context podcast, we invited Rancher Co-Founder Darren She…
 
Matt and Brandon discuss VMware’s flex, recap Kubecon and aww at the sight of Zoom’s latest earnings. Plus, we are enlisting all listeners to come help stress test Slack Threads. The Rundown VMware’s app modernization chief: ‘We’ve put to bed the debate about containers versus virtual machines’ Zoom — Fad or new dominant over lord Zoom crushes Q2 a…
 
Many projects are initiated to solve a problem that an organization or a user is experiencing. Thanks to the magic of open source, the community can serve to help solve the problem and, ideally, offer solutions better than the creators had originally hoped for. The maintainers’ main mission is largely about helping to make sure the software platfor…
 
In this week's Ask the Expert, we're delighted to welcome back Amanda Finch, CEO at the Chartered Institute of Information Security. As some of you may remember, Amanda last joined us to discuss the cybersecurity skills shortage and why cybersecurity education needs improving. This time, Amanda is joining us to walk us through the findings of the C…
 
Keptn, a control plane for continuous delivery, came out of the need to install Dynatrace’s software at their customer’s environments. Alois Reitbauer is Chief Technical Strategist at Dynatrace, reponsible for open source, and a co-chair of the CNCF App Delivery SIG. He talks to your hosts about Keptn, observability after deployment, and how owning…
 
The conversation covers: An overview of Ravi’s role as an evangelist — an often misunderstood, but important technology enabler. Balancing organizational versus individual needs when making decisions. Some of the core motivations that are driving cloud native migrations today. Why Ravi believes it in empowering engineers to make business decisions.…
 
Brandon interviews Alexandra Martinez and they discuss the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform, API Design and ProstDev. Plus, Alexandra recommends the best tacos in Monterrey, Mexico. Show links ProstDev MuleSoft Anypoint Platform Contact Alexandra Image Credit Special Guest: Alexandra N. Martinez.By Software Defined Talk LLC
 
If you've read any tech blogs in the past few years, you'll certainly have seen rapturous exaltations about containers and Kubernetes. But does this decade's big innovation live up to the hype? This week, host Michael Bird takes us back to basics to explore the dynamic world of containers from the ground up, from Docker to Kubernetes. Google Advoca…
 
Tech is building the future, so it should set the example, right? While it could always do better, the tech industry does do better than some more traditional sectors at attempting diversity and inclusion. And D&I all comes down to the words we choose and the people we call out to make it happen.In this episode of The New Stack Makers, our Founder …
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Alexey Golub (@Tyrrrz) about: playing doom on the 200 mHz Pentium 2 PC,watching the "Social Network" movie with 16 years,learning with 10 years QBasic, Pascal and Delphi at school,starting with C# and the free Visual Studio Express,starting to learn C# with Jetbrains Rider and .net core,.net core is the lightweight,…
 
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