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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.
 
The podcast for all things JavaScript, OpenHive.JS presents conversations with key contributors and open source leaders around new developments, challenges and perspectives in JS technology. Hosted by James Snell and Matteo Collina, OpenHive.JS publishes new episodes monthly and is produced and distributed by NearForm.
 
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See a transcript of this episode by clicking the Display Transcript button above. Also, any links for additional resources mentioned during the episode are listed below. Additional Resources Verdaccio - open source package as a local npm proxy for enterprises Snyk Blog MyDevSecOps Community - Vendor-neutral community for developers who care about s…
 
Today on the InfoQ Podcast, Wes Reisz talks with two of the engineers currently working on removing the dependency of ZooKeeper in Kafka. ZooKeeper is used to maintain the metadata store required to operate Kafka. While ZooKeepers removal from Kafka will simplify the operational complexity and improve some of the scalability aspects of the platform…
 
In this podcast, Asim Aslam, founder and CEO of Micro, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: microservices vs functions; the go-micro and micro frameworks; and the evolution of PaaS and how the new M3O platform fits into the landscape.Listen to the podcast for more.Curated transcript and more information on t…
 
In this episode of OpenHive.JS, we sit down with Alessandro Polidori, a senior software engineer and popular tech speaker with more than a decade of experience, to discuss the role of open source and Node.js in the technology that powers much of our communications today. Alessandro takes us through WebRTC, VoIP communications and much more. Welcome…
 
Charles Humble talks to Anne Currie from Container Solutions, exploring the environmental impact of technology. They look at how technology compares to other industries such as aviation and farming, how the big cloud providers compare in terms of their commitments to reducing carbon emissions, and the impact of the choices made by individual develo…
 
In this podcast, Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais, co-authors of the book Team Topologies, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: the role of a modern software architect, how team design impacts software architecture, creating “team APIs” in order to reduce cognitive load, and the benefits of building a “thinne…
 
Today on The InfoQ Podcast, Wes Reisz talks to Pat Helland about the relationship between software architecture and urban planning. Pat explores planning for future growth, regulations/standards, and communication practices that cities--and software architecture--had to evolve to use. He uses these comparisons to distil lessons that architects can …
 
Episode Transcript Quintessence Anx:Welcome to Page It to the Limit, a podcast where we explore what it takes to run software and production successfully. We cover leading practices used in the software industry to improve both system reliability and the lives of the people supporting those systems. I’m your host, Quintessence, or QuintessenceAnx o…
 
In this podcast, John DesJardins, field CTO and VP solution architecture at Hazelcast, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: how in-memory data grids have evolved, use cases at the edge (IoT, ML inference), integration of stream processing APIs and techniques, and how data grids can be used within application…
 
Why Connie-Lynne is Excited about speaking at Summit Connie-Lynne shares her excitement about speaking at PagerDuty Summit, and where her talk stemmed from. She talks about the notion of how we can be both being effective and still acknowledge the humanity within ourselves and our colleagues. Connie-Lynne: “I’m so excited about this topic of compas…
 
Charles Humble talks to Akhilesh Gupta, the technical lead for LinkedIn's real-time delivery infrastructure, and also LinkedIn messaging. They discuss the architecture behind LinkedIn’s real-time platform, its building blocks, the frameworks used and other technical details.Listen to the podcast for more.Curated transcript and more information on t…
 
In this episode, we talked with Guillermo Ruiz, Principal Product Manager - Cloud Infrastructure at Oracle. about his former carrier, his work with the community, the challenges building a global community, and a great story that changes the focus of his career. The books recommended by G: The Unicorn Project: A Novel about Developers, Digital Disr…
 
George talks about how we’re going through an astonishing moment of civilizational grief and disorientation. And, this grief is different because the things we’re losing feel very ambiguous because they have no closure. Myth About Self-Care The biggest myth about self-care is that it’s not entirely about you. It starts with you; you have to help yo…
 
Today on the InfoQ Podcast, Yan Cui (a long time AWS Lambda user and consultant) and Wes Reisz discuss serverless architectures. The conversation starts by focusing on architectural patterns around choreography and orchestration. From there, the two move into updates on the current state of serverless cold start times, distributed tracing, and stat…
 
Favorite Part of PagerDuty Summit Lilia describes her favorite aspects of PagerDuty Summit. Lilla: “The product keynote! It includes a poem from Rachel [Rachel Obstler, VP of Product Management] as well as a demo that she has been helping with for the past several years. It’s incredible to see all of the new exciting stuff that we’ve been working o…
 
In this podcast, Liran Haimovitch, CTO at Rookout, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: the concept of “understandability” and how this relates to building modern software systems, how complexity impacts a system’s understandability, and the benefits of live debugging tooling.Listen to the podcast for more.C…
 
John Allspaw joins us this week to talk about incident response, and helping organizations build their own NTSB (the National Transportation Safety Board, a US government agency that investigates transportation accidents). Introduction John gives us an overview of what he and the other folks at Adaptive Capacity Labs are working on. State of the In…
 
In this special all-NearForm episode, we welcome our colleagues Colm Harte, Kevin Devine and Shaun Baker, who have spent the past several weeks designing, building and deploying Covid-19 contact tracing apps, including the highly successful COVID Tracker Ireland app. Here, they talk to us about the specific technology used, the challenges of creati…
 
In this podcast, Ana Medina, senior chaos engineer at Gremlin, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: how enterprise organisations are adopting chaos engineering with the requirements for guardrails and the need for “status checks” to ensure pre-experiment system health; how to run game days or IT fire drills …
 
Nap Time Matty kicks us off sharing a bit about his new role at RedHat. Working in the “NAPS” area of Digital Transformation, Matty discusses what digital transformation is. Matty: “My main focus is I help government agencies; especially state, local, and education agencies in North America as they’re trying to transform how they work and basically…
 
In this podcast, Stefan Prodan, developer experience engineer at Weaveworks and creator of the Flagger project, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: how progressive delivery extends the core ideas of continuous delivery; how the open source Flagger Kubernetes operator can be used to implement a progressive d…
 
COVID as an Incident: J. Paul talks to us about being on the critical operations team at Netflix, what that has been like during the quarantine, and the pressure they all felt at Netflix to make sure the service is stable for their customers. J. Paul: “What we were looking at real early on, is are we able to serve streams to our customers, are we a…
 
In this podcast, Shannon Williams, co-founder and president at Rancher Labs and Darren Shepherd, co-founder and CTO at Rancher Labs sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: the adoption of hybrid cloud across organisations, the evolution of Kubernetes as a key abstraction for portability and cross-cloud security…
 
What is SRE: Brian Weber kicks the conversation off with an overview of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE). Brian Weber: “I look for things that are outliers and efficiency that are health problems, not so much product health, but developmental health and try to impose those “standards” on my team. I find myself talking to other SREs, both in the c…
 
For this episode, we welcome Ramón Guijarro, a product-focused engineer with extensive experience in JavaScript and React, who is passionate about building great user interfaces and a better web for us all. Ramón talks to us about the importance of the developer experience, how to know which APIs to use when there are so many and much more. Welcome…
 
In this podcast, Nora Jones, Co-Founder and CEO at Jeli and co-author of O’Reilly’s “Chaos Engineering: System Resiliency in Practice”, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: chaos engineering and resilience engineering, planning and running effective chaos experiments, and learning from incidents.Why listen t…
 
In this podcast, Rob Skillington, co-founder and CTO at Chronosphere, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: metrics collection at scale, multi-dimensional metrics and high-cardinality, developer experience with platform tooling, and open standards related to observability.Why listen to this podcast: - Over th…
 
In this podcast, Johnny Boursiquot, Site Reliability Engineer at Heroku, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant and discussed topics that included: why Go is a useful language for building Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) style applications; how Heroku implement the role of Site Reliability Engineer (SRE); and why the ability to teach is suc…
 
“Incidents aren’t solved just by machines. They’re solved by the people working on the machines.” - Jaime Woo. Starting the Zine Emil and Jaime met while working at Shopify and bonded over rock climbing. And while reading a climbing accident book they were inspired by the lessons shared and instantly made the connection to how those accidents relat…
 
In this podcast, Matt Debergalis, Founder and CTO at Apollo, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: the motivations for GraphQL, the Apollo Data Graph platform, data modelling in an enterprise context, and how incrementally adopting GraphQL can help with decoupling the evolution of frontend and backend systems…
 
In this episode Julie Gunderson talks with Erik Ketcham, Senior Manager, Software Engineering for a financial services company. Application Monitoring: Erik talks about his high-level strategy for monitoring for folks that are new to the practice. He talks about things you may want to think about such as: How long it takes to load a webpage, breaki…
 
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,…
 
Today on the InfoQ Podcast, Wes Reisz talks with one of the thought leaders in Microservices, CI/CD, and Cloud -- Sam Newman. The podcast covers many of the topics, techniques, and patterns that Sam writes about in his latest book, Monolith to Microservices: Evolutionary Patterns to Transform Your Monolith. Topics covered in the podcast include und…
 
The importance of designing simpler systems Austin uses the example of a platform team managing a large portfolio of applications that all need to share a common layer, like SSO. Sounds simple, but complexity only gets shifted around depending on your approach. “The role of this platform team is to impose some simplicity onto this complex design th…
 
In this podcast, Tracy Miranda sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Miranda, Director of Open Source Community at CloudBees, and board chair at the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF), discussed topics that included: the aims of the CDF and an outline of the current hosted projects, the need for open standards and interoperability in…
 
In this podcast, Marty Abbott and Tanya Cordrey sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Abbott, CEO and co-founder of AKF Partners, and Cordrey, partner at AKF Partners, discussed topics that included: their learning from working together in the early days of eBay, why and how to avoid creating software systems that are composed of deep …
 
In this episode, I talk with Kellianne Fedio, who is an attorney turned e-commerce entrepreneur and Amazon channel expert who founded and scaled her multimillion-dollar brand, before having a successful seven-figure exit. Kellianne spent the last six-plus years honing her craft and mastering the art and science it takes to maximize sales and visibi…
 
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