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A weekly podcast covering all the news and events in Enterprise Software and Cloud Computing. We discuss topics including: Kubernetes, DevOps, Serverless, Security and Coding. Plus, plenty of off topic banter and nonsense to keep you entertained. Don't worry if you miss the latest industry conference, we will recap all the latest news from AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
 
A show about getting your best ideas into the world and seeing what happens. We talk about code, ops, infrastructure, and the people that make it happen. Gerhard Lazu and friends explore all things DevOps, infra, and running apps in production. Whether you’re cloud native, Kubernetes curious, a pro SRE, or just operating a VPS… you’ll love coming along for the ride. Ship It honors the makers, the shippers, and the visionaries that see it through. Some people search for ShipIt or ShipItFM and ...
 
The POPcast with Dan POP! Join host Dan “Pop” Papandrea as he has conversations with the fascinating people that are driving technology and thought leadership. We cover their personal stories and their journeys including their wins and losses to deep dive into what it is like to lead through technology and new ways of thinking. The POPCAST is one of the world's first open source podcast where some guests and questions are driven through community contributors. Disclaimer: Purely for entertai ...
 
Software developers, platform engineers, and sysadmin/operators listen to the weekly Ambassador Labs podcasts in order to learn how to build cloud platforms and create an effective developer experience (DevEx) for deploying container-based applications to Kubernetes. We also discuss best practices for releasing functionality via continuous delivery pipelines, and we investigate the latest developer tooling, API gateway technology (e.g Envoy), and service mesh implementations. We interview pr ...
 
Open Source is embedded in every software application you touch today. It’s impossible to build a large scale application without it. The real question is, what’s the story behind that component, application, or framework you just downloaded? Not the specs. Not the functionality. The real story: “Who wrote the code? What is their backstory? What led them to the Open Source community?” From the Linux Foundation office in New York City, welcome to "The Untold Stories of Open Source". Each week ...
 
Stephen Giguere, a DevSecOps engineer at Aqua Security hosts conversations with cyber security influencers and front line DevOps warriors, to help provide us with a Cloud Native security blanket, for those who are entering the world of DevSecOps.
 
Modern Enterprise Podcast is about the evolution of enterprises in the era of rapidly evolving technologies. In this podcast, we will talk about modern IT stacks, ML/AI, etc.. We will focus on helping end users understand the landscape and to help them figure out the right strategies needed for rapid innovation. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/modernenterprise/support
 
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.
 
Alex Williams, founder of The New Stack, hosts "The New Stack Analysts," a biweekly round-table discussion covering The New Stack's latest data research, and topics related to app development and back-end services. Listen to our other TNS Podcasts on SoundCloud: The New Stack Makers: https://soundcloud.com/thenewstackmakers The New Stack Context: https://soundcloud.com/thenewstackcontext The New Stack @ Scale: https://soundcloud.com/thenewstackatscale
 
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Ben Johnson, the creator of Litestream, joined Fly.io a few weeks after we migrated changelog.com - episode 50 has all the details. That was pure coincidence. What was not a coincidence, is Gerhard jumping at the opportunity to talk to Ben about Postgres vs SQLite with Litestream. The prospect of running a cluster of our app instances spread across…
 
Summary and full transcript -> https://www.getambassador.io/kubernetes-thought-leaders/http3/With HTTP/3 being supported by 70%+ of browsers (including Chrome, Firefox, and Edge), and the official spec being finalized in June 2022, now is the time that organizations are beginning a widespread rollout of this protocol to gain performance and reliabi…
 
Summary and the full transcript is available at: https://www.getambassador.io/developer-control-plane/developer-control-planes-a-cloud-leaders-point-of-view/(This podcast has been republished/updated to fix the broken Spotify episode)Additional takeaways can be found here: https://www.getambassador.io/developer-control-plane/dcp-insights-kelsey-hig…
 
This week we discuss the rise of WASM, Cloudflare’s Post Mortem, Oracle Cloud news and the future of CAPTCHAs. Plus, some thoughts on buzzwords, sprinklers and dogs. Runner-up Titles Chrome fixes everything Plateau of Productivity When the curve nopes. When the parabola yeets. First class SaaS Thanks for the legwork fool The cash cow has run out of…
 
As Sara Chipps delved deeper into the world of open source and moved up into senior engineering and management roles, there was a specific skill she learned about how to work with and manage engineers. "This is something you never get taught in school. This is something we don't stress to junior developers. This is something that senior developers …
 
Rob Barnes (a.k.a. Devops Rob) and Rosemary Wang (author of Infrastructure as Code - Patterns & Practices) are joining us today to talk about infrastructure secrets. What do Rosemary and Rob think about committing encrypted secrets into a repository? How do they suggest that we improve on storing secrets in LastPass? And if we were to choose HashiC…
 
Today we are talking with Frederic Branczyk, founder of Polar Signals & Prometheus maintainer. You may remember Frederic from episode 33 when we introduced Parca.dev. This time, we talk about a database built for observability: FrostDB, formerly known as ArcticDB. eBPF generates a lot of high cardinality data, which requires a new approach to writi…
 
This week we discuss Oracle buying Corner, drama at Coinbase and the Gartner MQ for Observability. Plus, some thoughts on European Design Style… Runner-up Titles Secular Winds. Internet Hygiene Don’t Bang the Table Do you own a motorcycle? The Hilda World-building Executive Retreat for Toxic Crytpo Execs. That’s some flavor Client/server Bias. Powe…
 
Clyde Seepersad is the Senior Vice President & General Manager, of the Training & Certification Project at The Linux Foundation. He carries the idea with him that failure is temporary. Knowing that can help you get through some pretty intense situations. On the flip side, knowing success is temporary gives you a chance to store away some of those g…
 
As we move further up the stack, we rely on many foundations – including storage. Alex Chircop is co-chair of the CNCF Storage Technical Advisory Group (TAG), as well as founder and CEO of Ondat (formerly StorageOS). Join us to learn why no app is truly stateless, and how data is the new storage. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions?…
 
This week we discuss work life balance, the State of Continuous Delivery Survey and recap WWDC. Plus, some thoughts on Buddha and parenting… Runner-up Titles The Buddha had no kids The Air Fryer is a PaaS. Rundown Work vs. Life Office workers get little reward for returning to the office – an idle factory is taboo CEOs had a phenomenal year. Worker…
 
Today we are talking with Maikel Vlasman, technical lead for a large Dutch machine construction company, and a cloud engineer by heart. We cover self-updating GitLab & ArgoCD, Maikel’s thinking behind dev environment setup and a Kubernetes workshop that he is preparing for his team. The goal is to function as a true DevOps team with shared responsi…
 
This week Brandon is joined by special guest host JJ Ashgiar and they record a live episode at the THAT Conference. Brandon and JJ interview Clark Sell and Brett Slaski about the origins and purpose of the THAT Conference and then the group discusses Broadcom acquiring VMware. Relevant to your Interests THAT Conference Broadcom to Acquire VMware fo…
 
Today we are talking how to optimise sociotechnical systems with Ben Ford, founder & CEO of Mission Control. The correct order is: people, process & technology. The tools are important, and we talk about specific ones in the second half of this episode, but there are rules and principles that govern how people interact, and we need to start there. …
 
What is configuration as data, how is different from infrastructure as code, and why can’t anything just be itself anymore? We posed these questions and more to long-time Kubernetes contributor Justin Santa Barbara at KubeCon EU, and this episode is the result. Justin created the kOps project and now leads the team at Google that makes Kubernetes e…
 
This week we discuss “Radical Transparency,” State of Crypto, IBM’s Cloud Efforts and Zoom’s Earnings. Plus, paying at the pump abroad. Runner-up Titles I’m here for the sandwich talk I want to get back to the garbage chairs Paying for Petrol Paying at the Pump Anonymize your trash I don’t want to improve Making life hard for HR Radical transparenc…
 
This is the post-KubeCon CloudNativeCon EU 2022 week. Gerhard is talking to Matt Moore, founder & CTO of Chainguard about all things Knative and Sigstore. The most important topic is swag, because none has better stickers than Chainguard. The other topic is the equivalent of Let’s Encrypt for securing software. Discuss on Changelog News Changelog++…
 
The first time Patrick Debois came into contact with Open Source was in the early stages of development of the Linux kernel, compiling it on floppies on his 486 machine. To tell you how long ago that was, the Intel 486 was introduced in 1989, It was the first chip in the line to include a built-in math coprocessor. Patrick was an early adopter of c…
 
Today we are at KubeCon CloudNativeCon EU 2022, talking to Adolfo García Veytia about securing Kubernetes releases. Adolfo is a Staff Software Engineer at Chainguard, and one of the technical leads for SIG release, meaning that he helps ship Kubernetes. You most likely know him as Puerco, and have seen first-hand his passion for securing software v…
 
This week we discuss the "sum of the parts" of Rackspace, Rocky Linux recreates CentOS and thoughts on the economy. Plus, a debate: rental car vs. Uber. Rundown Rackspace Technology Reports First Quarter 2022 Results; Company Evaluating Strategic Alternatives Cloudflare gets serious about infrastructure services Rocky Linux developer CIQ raises $26…
 
Live from Valencia, it’s KubeCon EU! Craig talks to conference co-chair and CERN computer scientist Ricardo Rocha about the event, and what it’s like to be in a room full of people again. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of…
 
Brian Behlendorf came from a science and technology background. In fact, his parents met at IBM where his father was a Cobol programmer. During the 1980s, Brian was comfortable in front of a TRS 80 and a PC junior doing basic programming and term reports. He quickly found his way onto Usenet and participation on mailing lists around the band REM or…
 
Brandon interviews Philip Griffiths, the VP of Global Business Development at NetFoundry. They discuss how OpenZiti enables zero trust networking and how to build certificate-based security into your applications. Plus, some thoughts on creating an open source mascot. Episode Links NetFoundry replace with live netfoundry.io/sdt OpenZiti Zitificatio…
 
This week we discuss DevOpsDays Austin, the impending (?) economic downturn and advice on migrating your iCloud account when moving abroad. Plus, some thoughts on driving… Rundown DevOpsDays Austin Uber CEO vows to be ‘hardcore about costs,’ slow down hiring in memo to employees A cheat sheet for the next tech downturn Relevant to your Interests Sq…
 
Today we talk to Priyanka Sharma (E.D. at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation) about all things KubeCon Europe 2022. We start with Gerhard’s favourite subject - Priyanka’s Happy Hour - and then we switch focus to the conference. For many, this will be the first in-person KubeCon since 2019. As for Gerhard, he is not sure that he remember how airp…
 
Docker CEO Scott Johnston joins us to talk about the announcements from this week’s DockerCon, the transition from an enterprise to a developer tools company, and the Internet’s favourite whale. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod Cha…
 
Priyanka Sharma has had a long career in tech. After graduating from Stanford in 2009, she worked at Google in the Online Partnerships Group, was a technical consultant where she onboarded new DoubleClick clients, and acted as interim Product Manager for internal insights tools. From there she moved to OutRight, leading the promotional launch for t…
 
Open Source is embedded in every software application you touch today. It’s impossible to build a large scale application without it. The real question is, what’s the story behind that component, application, or framework you just downloaded? Not the specs. Not the functionality. The real story: “Who wrote the code? What is their backstory? What le…
 
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