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Best Kubernetes podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Kubernetes podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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A diverse panel and special guests discuss cloud infrastructure, distributed systems, microservices, Kubernetes, Docker…oh and also Go! Panelists include Mat Ryer, Ashley McNamara, Johnny Boursiquot, Carmen Andoh, Jaana B. Dogan (JBD), Mark Bates, and Jon Calhoun. This show records LIVE every Tuesday at 3pm US Eastern. Join the Golang community and chat with us during the show in the #gotimefm channel of Gophers slack. Some people search for GoTime or GoTimeFM and can't find the show, so now ...
 
A Byte-sized podcast about Containers, Cloud, and Tech. The Byte Podcast hosted by Brian Christner. He is known to turn coffee into containers, co-founder of 56K.Cloud, and can be caught mountain biking when not behind the microphone/keyboard. Each episode of The Byte is short and to the point podcasts twice a week about topics from Container, Cloud, to general Technology. Tune in every Tuesday and Thursday for the latest episodes Be sure to subscribe, follow, and like The Byte Podcast. Show ...
 
Software engineers, architects and team leads have found inspiration to drive change and innovation in their team by listening to the weekly InfoQ Podcast. They have received essential information that helped them validate their software development map. We have achieved that by interviewing some of the top CTOs, engineers and technology directors from companies like Uber, Netflix and more. Over 1,200,000 downloads in the last 3 years.
 
Speaking in Tech: "Where Enterprise Tech meets Consumer Tech...". Speaking in Tech is hosted by Peter Smallbone, Josh Atwell and Melissa Gurney Greene. Topics include popular tech, data storage, cloud computing, networking, storage virtualization, server virtualization, backup, disaster recovery and anything else interesting in the tech world. Disclosure: Speaking in tech does not receive support directly or indirectly from vendors or guests. Vendor relationships are disclosed on the podcast.
 
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 ...
 
Cloud Posse holds public DevOps “Office Hours” every Wednesday at 11:30am PST to answer questions on all things DevOps/Terraform/Kubernetes/CICD related. These “lunch & learn” style sessions are totally free and really just an opportunity to talk shop, ask questions and get answers.Register here: cloudposse.com/office-hoursBasically, these sessions are an opportunity to get a free weekly consultation with Cloud Posse where you can literally “ask me anything” (AMA). Since we're all engineers, ...
 
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
 
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.
 
The CIO exchange podcast features technology and business leaders from around the world, discussing some of the hardest problems they've had to solve on a national and a global scale. Through stories of failure, success, passion, and struggle, we explore the ways in which these tech executives have moved both their companies and their careers forward. Each episode is a conversation focusing on a unique topic intended to provide the insight and perspective needed to help others make progress. ...
 
CloudSkills.fm is a weekly podcast with technical tips and career advice for people working with cloud-native technologies. This show is for developers, IT pros, or anyone making a career move into the cloud. Episodes will be short and to the point and will regularly feature experts who share their experiences. This show is hosted by Mike Pfeiffer, a twenty-year tech industry veteran, entrepreneur, Pluralsight author, and Microsoft Azure MVP. If you enjoy the show and want more tips delivere ...
 
VMware, a global leader in cloud infrastructure and digital workspace technology, accelerates digital transformation by enabling unprecedented freedom and flexibility in how our customers build and evolve IT environments. With VMware solutions, organizations are improving business agility by modernizing data centers and integrating public clouds, driving innovation with modern apps, creating exceptional experiences by empowering the digital workspace, and safeguarding customer trust by trans ...
 
Today, every organization is facing challenges to stay relevant and be innovative in a landscape that’s more competitive than ever. Cloud has democratized access to the most advanced technology available to help leaders tackle these challenges. But how do you evaluate, design, test, and deploy these technologies in the enterprise successfully? The Cloud n Clear podcast explores the journey of SADA at the tip of the spear in helping organizations transform the way their people work, and the w ...
 
If you have a question about performance, Brian Wilson can help you find the answer. Ask PerfBytes focuses on questions submitted by PerfBytes listeners from around the world, bringing them the explanations, details, insights and advice on performance testing, engineering and operations. Send your questions to ask@perfbytes.com today!
 
Andreas (aka Andi) Grabner and Brian Wilson are veterans of the digital performance world. Combined they have seen too many applications not scaling and performing up to expectations. With more rapid deployment models made possible through continuous delivery and a mentality shift sparked by DevOps they feel it’s time to share their stories. In each episode, they and their guests discuss different topics concerning performance, ranging from common performance problems for specific technology ...
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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In this, The New Stack Analyst podcast hosted by Alex Williams, founder, and editor-in-chief of The New Stack, and Ken Owens, vice president, cloud native engineering, Mastercard, Jennifer Strejevitch, site reliability engineer for Condé Nast speaks about her experiences and observations at the front lines of the publishing company infrastructure-r…
 
In a world where pods (and IP addresses) come and go, DNS is a critical component. John Belamaric is a Senior SWE at Google, a co-chair of Kubernetes SIG Architecture, a Core Maintainer of the CoreDNS project and author of the O’Reilly Media book Learning CoreDNS: Configuring DNS for Cloud Native Environments. He joins Craig and Adam to discuss Cor…
 
Jannik Hollenbach is a Security Automation Engineer at iteratec GmbH, working on and with open source security testing tools to continuously detect security vulnerabilities in the companies software and systems. He is also a member of the OWASP Juice Shop project team. Jannik joins us to discuss MultiJuicer, or how to run JuiceShop in a Kubernetes …
 
In this 1 hour long themed episode of AWS TechChat, I am joined by my container yoda Mitch Beaumont are explore everything containers in the world of Kubernetes, or is that Kube or K8?It was Kubernetes themed affair, we started the show reminiscing about its history, going back, way back looking at where Kubernetes came from and how we arrived at t…
 
In this episode of The New Stack Makers, our Publisher Alex Williams sits down with Raj Dutt, CEO and co-founder Grafana Labs, provider of the open source observability platform Grafana. They’re talking about creating a more seamless transition among observability, tracing, metrics and logs, across different data types and open source projects.Obse…
 
Michael Hausenblas, Product Developer Advocate in the AWS Container Service Team, discusses the concept of customer focus (both end-users and internal engineering users), explores how platforms have evolved around Kubernetes, and dives into the use of RBAC and Open Policy Agent (OPA) for cluster access control.Summary and show notes are available h…
 
Kubernetes has become a highly usable platform for deploying and managing distributed systems. The user experience for Kubernetes is great, but is still not as simple as a full-on serverless implementation–at least, that has been a long-held assumption. Why would you manage your own infrastructure, even if it is Kubernetes? Why not use autoscaling …
 
Some of the highlights of the show include Why Adform decided to move to a cloud native architecture and Kubernetes specifically Who was the driving force behind the move to Kubernetes? Was the switch purely an engineering decision or did it involve people outside of engineering? Positive and less positive surprises that come with switching to clou…
 
#55: What's it like to actually operate multiple Kubernetes clusters at a global scale? We chat with Carlos Sanchez about his experiences and his love for progressive delivery. You may also be surprised at one of his favorites tools to use. Carlos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/csanchez Transcript: https://www.devopsparadox.com/55#transcript Books…
 
Kubernetes is often selected by organizations to meet specific requirements that can give businesses a competitive advantage. Requirements may include features involving machine learning to make real-time recommendations, to perform ‘intelligent queries’ or they may be needed for real-time, on-site data processing like that available from Edge infr…
 
We had Senthil from Ericsson share his stories and insights from his consulting days. We discuss how old-guard enterprises -- in the midst of their digital transformation -- are also embracing cloud-native architecture. We also discuss what cloud native means to them and how they go about with this transition. ------ Music: "Dj Quads - It just make…
 
Karthik,Sudhakar and I talk about Service Meshes. We explore what it really is and discuss when someone would need a service mesh. Sudhakar tell you what happened when he set up Istio for his client. links: https://dzone.com/articles/understanding-the-8-fallacies-of-distributed-syste https://linkerd.io/ https://www.envoyproxy.io/ https://istio.io/…
 
Uber needs to visualize data on a range of different surfaces. A smartphone user sees cars moving around on a map as they wait for their ride to arrive. Data scientists and operations researchers within Uber study the renderings of traffic moving throughout a city. Data visualization is core to Uber, and the company has developed a stack of technol…
 
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…
 
What is a ThousandEyes, Cisco’s acquired businesses and oddly named BUs, nailing your bi-annual performance review. Plus, a review of ChefCon online. Mood board: Sounds normal for now. It was kinda cool, kinda sad. Covered in yoke. We just had to speed test it out. Katamari Damacy M&A. I hate network monitoring, shut it all down! The ProductTK. 7G.…
 
A frontend developer issuing a query to a backend server typically requires the developer to issue that query through an ORM or a raw database query. Prisma is an alternative to both of these data access patterns, allowing for easier database access through auto-generated, type-safe query building tailored to an existing database schema. By integra…
 
This week Peter and Melissa get together to discuss Amazon hiring, Google's pending search changes, a few lawsuits, Apple's latest acquisition and more. 00:00 – Restrictions and Resumptions 04:00 – Amazon FT hiring boom 06:30 – Google quietly judges your search for UX 12:00 – Google faces a suit from Arizona 15:00 – Apple messes with the wrong acco…
 
In this episode I catch up with Gareth Brown who is a front-end web developer and an expert when it comes to building apps with Google Firebase. Gareth Brown is a software engineer with years of experience developing all kinds of web applications. We've partnered with Manning Publications to give away five (5) copies of Building Web Applications wi…
 
Some of the highlights of the show include How containerization enabled Nav to spread roughly 250 virtual machines across multiple environments, while drastically reducing infrastructure spend Travis’s thoughts on buying cloud native software tools versus building them, and what engineers should consider during this process The difficulty of findin…
 
As enterprises embark and travel on their Kubernetes Journey, broad deployment of containerized applications are often delayed by the challenges of driving alignment across the stakeholders of Networking, Security, Compliance, and DevOps teams. In this podcast, we visit with Amit Gupta, the VP of Product Management and Business Development for Tige…
 
In this, The New Stack Analyst podcast hosted by Alex Williams, founder, and editor-in-chief of The New Stack, and Ken Owens, vice president, cloud native engineering, Mastercard, Pettet discussed Wikimedia’s infrastructure-management challenges, both past and present, and what makes one of the world’s foremost providers of free information tick.Th…
 
#58: We get the tables turned on us today by one of the Docker Captains, Nirmal Mehta. We discuss numerous items ranging from biases, fallacies and Jurassic Park. Nirmal on Twitter: https://twitter.com/normalfaults Nirmal on the Friday livestream from 15May2020: https://youtu.be/7GgyM6RZdvI Transcript: https://www.devopsparadox.com/58#transcript Yo…
 
Machine learning workflows have had a problem for a long time: taking a model from the prototyping step and putting it into production is not an easy task. A data scientist who is developing a model is often working with different tools, or a smaller data set, or different hardware than the environment which that model will be deployed to. This pro…
 
In this episode I talk with Ruby performance consultant Nate Berkopec. This time Nate and I talk not about Rails performance but about hosting options for Rails including Heroku, Convox and bare AWS. We also touch on infrastructure management tools like Kubernetes, Terraform and Ansible. Nate Berkopec on Twitter The Complete Guide to Rails Performa…
 
DockerCon Videos - https://docker.events.cube365.net/docker/dockercon Some interesting takeaways from the keynote: Strategic Microsoft partnership https://www.docker.com/blog/shortening-the-developer-commute-with-docker-and-microsoft-azure/ Windows and WSL2 reach GA Now directly from Docker Desktop, you can push containers to Azure Container Instan…
 
Mark talks with Fernando Hamasaki de Amorim about his experience adopting Elixir at findhotels.net. He shares his strategy of introducing Elixir through hack-a-thons, what kinds of projects work well to start with and tips around learning and building a team. We discuss umbrella projects, pattern matching for data transformation, and learning about…
 
Many data sources produce new data points at a very high rate. With so much data, the issue of data quality emerges. Low quality data can degrade the accuracy of machine learning models that are built around those data sources. Ideally, we would have completely clean data sources, but that’s not very realistic. One alternative is a data cleaning sy…
 
Brandon interviews Margaret Staples from Twilio and they discuss building games, Dev Evangelism, working at Twilio and her latest project TwilioQuest. Margaret on the Web: @dead_lugosi Github: mstaples LinkedIn: Margaret Staples TwilioQuest TwilioQuest @TwilioQuest Photo by Richard Lee on Unsplash Special Guest: Margaret Staples.…
 
Nirav Sheth, Director of Channel Sales & Partnerships at Google Cloud, joins episode 50 to discuss the implementation of Channel partners in key strategic roles. He gives some guidance and feedback on what customers are looking for from Google Cloud partners and explains some of the key differences in partnering with a company like Cisco versus Goo…
 
Joe is Founder and CEO of Pulumi, a venture-backed startup in Seattle. Before Pulumi, he was Director of Technical Strategy and Engineering at Microsoft, advising across all developer and cloud tools, programming languages, and advanced technologies. Links https://twitter.com/funcOfJoe https://twitter.com/PulumiCorp https://www.linkedin.com/in/joej…
 
Server infrastructure traditionally consists of monolithic servers containing all of the necessary hardware to run a computer. These different hardware components are located next to each other, and do not need to communicate over a network boundary to connect the CPU and memory. LegoOS is a model for disaggregated, network-attached hardware. LegoO…
 
In this podcast, Lin Sun, senior technical staff member and master inventor at IBM, and Neeraj Poddar, engineering lead and architect at Aspen Mesh, sat down with InfoQ co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: the evolution of service mesh data planes and control planes, the new Istio 1.5 architectures, Istio WebAssembly extension support,…
 
In this episode, I (Dormain) am joined by Rita Manachi (@ritam) and Derrick Harris (@derrickharris) to dissect three analyst reports:*Forrester's Top 10 Trends That Will Shape Modern Infrastructure and Operations in 2020 *Gartner's Application Modernization Should Be Business-Centric, Continuous, and Multiplatform*Gartner's Best Practices to Enable…
 
Microsoft nails the Linux desktop and it’s cloud MoM’s for everyone. Plus, Coté goes over the thrilling world of Outlook email rules. Mood board: “The triumphant return to the home office. “ Net Ninety. Software Stockholm Syndrome. Office Mail 360 Whatever. I had a lot of time, when I wasn’t fucking going crazy. I never read those emails. I hear Tr…
 
Guests: J Patrick Turner, CIO Schoolcraft College CIO Exchange on Twitter: https://twitter.com/vmwcioexchange Host Yadin Porter de Leon: https://twitter.com/porterdeleon Subscribe to the Podcast On Apple Podcast: https://podcastsconnect.apple.com/my-podcasts For more podcasts, video and in-depth research go to https://www.vmware.com/cio…
 
Databases are tricky, especially at scale. In this episode Mat, Jaana, and Jon discuss different types of databases, the pros and cons of each, along with the many ways developers can have issues with databases. They also explore questions like, “Why are serial IDs problematic?” and “What alternatives are there if we aren’t using serial IDs?” while…
 
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