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Kubernetes, serverless, cloud, DevOps, & coding. Get the lazy WTF each week, mostly.
 
Episode 27:the Barrens, the Fiery Furnaces, the Vaselines, Soundgarden, Jonathan Fire Eater, Interpol, Nat Brower and the Power, Mudhoney, My Chemical Romance, Pearl Jam, A1 People, Dr. Skinnybones, Joy Sisters, Highway Gimps, Second Hand Coke, R.E.M., Nina Hagen, I Fight Dragons, MUSE, Weezer, Mazzy Star, Windmill, XTC, A Black Tie Affair, Daughtry, DJ Deadfish, Ace of Base, Slayer, Early Man, MAME, Rabato, Smashing Pumpkins, Thinktankok, VHS or Beta, Rival Schools, Scharling, Morning Fuzz, ...
 
Music Samples from Chimneyville, the debut release by PIGS AND DOGS.Please help us continue to bring quality music to you! or check out this business opportunity!Click Here!
 
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On this channel you can download all the T-Rex videos and watch them on your I-Phone or I-Pad. Please enjoy. Here's a little info on the company. You can see more at: www.t-rex-effects.comT-Rex has come a long way since 1996, but the company is still driven by its original spark – a passionate belief that the right technology can do great things for how music sounds. Today, the “right technology” is an ideal balance of analogue warmth and digital precision – engineered from the ground up to ...
 
This is the Sub Pop Podcast, a product of Sub Pop Records, the Seattle-based record label since 1988. Hear stories from inside, outside, and adjacent to Sub Pop, straight from the horse's mouth. Season 3 begins May 23, 2017 with a new episode out every other Tuesday. Absolutely nothing sounds better.
 
BLAG DAHLIA, frontman for the notorious DWARVES joins forces with FM radio legend MIKE ROUTHIER to co-host this weekly show that plumbs the depths of punk and garage music while soliciting the finest in gossip, hate speech and fear mongering. Featuring interviews with underground celebs and packed with features like Globetrotter, It Came From the Garage and the Estrogen OD this weekly broadcast is a must listen for music aficionados and anyone who likes dirty stories from horrible people.
 
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The mystery of the 2,000 Two thrilling topics this week: moderating panels and the mystery of Oracle cloud. Also, some Austin talk. Mood board: The East India Company and Kodak I just want your best 5 hours. Executives can only pay attention for 20 minutes. I’m in for a panel. I’m more interested in hearing from the artist, not the people looki ...…
 
Smokin’ hot webinar tips in this one, tips on things to put on your mouth in Austin, and then scandal in the open source world is getting fun again! Hey, Coté got off his ass and finally revved back up his newsletter. People love it! Subscribe and tell all your friends to subscribe! Go to buttondown.email/cote or cote.io/newsletter and do it! M ...…
 
Matt explains the GitLab vs. CloudBees kerfuffle, Coté offers advice when attending a DevOps Day, we also recommend never buying a corporate jet. Plus, there is some discussion of AXE Body Spray. Hey, Coté got off his ass and finally reved back up his newsletter. People love it! Subscribe and tell all your friends to subscribe! Relevant to your ...…
 
The season of IPOs, bullshit HR tells you about salary, and feeding ravenous 9 year olds. Hey, Coté got off his ass and finally reved back up his newsletter. People love it! Subscribe and tell all your friends to subscribe! Mood board: The Christmas Greenwich Meantime. The Salary Vortex. Podcast Google Alert. Overnight he is growing 7 inches. T ...…
 
Developers don’t buy anything, but they make other people buy things. We try to, once again, build a theory of how developers drive IT spend. Also: hotel shampoo bottles, Scottish vikings, and Kiwi slang. Hey, Coté got off his ass and finally reved back up his newsletter. People love it! Subscribe and tell all your friends to subscribe! Mood bo ...…
 
Searched Guard stole some code, lots of “elites” in the State of DevOps Report and should we really cry for Docker? Plus, we talk Australia Punters invading American Football and why Yahoo! will always be a necessity to football fans. Buy Coté’s book dirt cheap! And check out his other book that this guy likes. Relevant to your interests State ...…
 
This week, the title says it all. Mood board: Jandels and togs That’s why they call it The Lucky Country. Decoding “Fly-Wheel.” 1 part synergy and 10 parts how business is done. Unlocking value. It’s always fun to see value created. I bet they got RBAC. The Funny Name Startup Strategy to Success. Brandon looks at The Business End. The Platform ...…
 
“WE” need a forensic accountant for the show. SignalFX gets bought for a billion, Microsoft buys jClarity and VMWare is buying Pivotal…again? We discuss all this and “WE” try to make sense of all this fancy “trademark accounting.” Buy Coté’s book dirt cheap! And check out his other book that this guy likes. Relevant to your interests Splunk to ...…
 
We discuss WeWork vs. Regus, Cloudera, and tumblr. Plus, some clarifications on trans-dimensional bomb defusing. Mood board: You talk about the Pacific Northwest, but have you thought about Florida? I could be like the 35 year old Andy Rooney. Hey Google, where are my keys? We’re driving off hosts at this point Herbalife. Funny logs. Was it rea ...…
 
Renaming to align with kunernetes and JEDI master Trump. Buy Coté’s book dirt cheap! And check out his other book that this guy likes. Mood board: Have either of you ever eaten dog meat? He easily slides into meataterian. Skype would be terrible if it weren’t so great! Follow the foot-stones Going up the well I like dogs, what I don’t like is a ...…
 
Speaking of nachos, more earnings this week. Plus, identity theft. There’s a clutch of data breaches this week and Coté finally learns why this is bad. Also, monitoring company IPOs, nachos, and the eating management and the terrors of European fry condiment management. Buy Coté’s book dirt cheap! And check out his other book that this guy like ...…
 
It’s cloud magic time! We go over the evolution of the IaaS Gartner Magic Quadrant, or whatever it’s called now. Plus, is it so hard to do do enterprise sales? (Yes.) And too much commentary on umlauts, ASCII, and Munich bike bells. Mood board: CI/CD is this podcast’s VDI. “Dude, I’ll read.” It’s hot here. Did those clothing-optional vegan hipp ...…
 
There’s a couple kubernetes announcements this week: we mostly talk about Pivotal’s, and a tad on IBM. Plus, maybe scooters are actually good for cities and compiling source code for your infrastructure software is probably a bad idea. Don’t @ us. Buy Coté’s book dirt cheap! Mood Board: Evil Hodor is cancelled. Must be this short to ride free. ...…
 
With IBM closing its acquisition of Red Hat, we discuss the changing mechanics of an enterprise software business. Why do we think the big clouds will have such an indefinite hold on market leadership when every past tech leader has been disrupted and fallen? Speaking of, Broadcom is tryin’ hard to become a portfolio company. Also, security suc ...…
 
SLOs, SLIs, SLAs, and SRE, or, Finding “The Business” How do SLOs really work, and how do you find "the business"? The three of us couldn't get together this week, so we have an interview this week with Google's Nathen Harvey about SRE. We also talk about European egg hygiene. Sponsors Solarwinds Loggly This episode is sponsored by SolarWinds ® ...…
 
Drink your own dog food No matter the searing product strategy insight, ops is always left holding the bag. With few exceptions (like NSX), infrastructure software has to be free and easy to check out and even use. All product management and strategy decisions flow from that. Usually. Except when they don’t. Also, developers don’t pay for anyth ...…
 
Do organizations ever just want to do a good job? Not really. Also, after looking through a new developer survey: Developers change what they use, but pretty much stay the same. Also, half of the, still don’t use build pipelines or issue trackers. When will these kids learn? And Coté explains why Nietzsche’s Eternal Return thing seems unhelpful ...…
 
Lowering your expectations on open source is a favorite topic of ours, so we return to it. Spoiler: people gotta make money somehow. Also, we explore inebriation in Amsterdam and other locales, Mary Meeker’s slide fest, public cloud outages vs. desktop computers, and better consumer identity management. Also: Wacky tobaccy Seattle Smell Denver’ ...…
 
It’s chaos week in Enterprise Software! Cloudera misses their forecast, Oracle and Microsoft team up on cloud computing and more open source licensing discussion. Plus, we try to make sense of the metric system once and for all! Relevant to your interests Open-Source ‘Great Satan’ No More, Microsoft Wins Over Skeptics Reporter's Notebook: Trees ...…
 
You can now pay open source developers directly, well, those in the closed beta. Seems like a good idea, really. Also, the Commonwealth and Friends club doesn’t like Huawei, and thought lords can be bores. Hey! Want to get Coté’s book, a collection of writing on DevOps, agile, and THE DIGITAL? Go to leanpub.com/digitalwtf and use the code SDT t ...…
 
Matt goes to ChefConf, Microsoft launches a new Service Mesh and turns out SMS is pretty good for two-factor authentication. Plus, we brainstorm about a new type of conference and then we talk more about tacos, always tacos! Relevant to your interests ChefConf Highlights Habitat in your dashboards, Habitat + Chef/InSpec and chef.io/migration DJ ...…
 
I don’t know if it has a pickle plugin Salesforce synergizing at IBM and Red Hat, VMware buys Bitnami, and Linux Desktop market share analysis. Plus, pickles. Opening comments: The intersection between business books and dog vomit. Democracy sausage. Coté can’t get extra pickles. Let me close out this topic of pickles. It’s not Burger King. Ent ...…
 
Putting together the M&A case for Docker, Microsoft Build, Google I/O, and Oracle’s cloud grudge. Plus: The Most Expensive Free Dog in the World. Dead frogs tell no tales. It’s just me and the dog. Smart enough not to go up the stairs, dumb - enough to think the eggs are coming back. Is Docker the new MySQL. Most valuable, unrealized container ...…
 
Microsoft and VMware made peace, Java goes native, Apache goes to Github and Red Hat gets a new logo. Plus, Matt Ray explains why the Internet in Australia is slow. Relevant to your interests Can Google Cloud Revenues Reach $20 Billion by 2020? Microsoft, Dell unveil new Azure-VMware integrations Dell Technologies and Microsoft expand partnersh ...…
 
Airports, the challenges of the CI/CD market, authentication woes. Plus: “Why don’t you just do this.” 86.1 degrees. The cold side of the pillow. Relevant to your interests Apple Watch authentication expanding beyond unlocking your Mac in macOS 10.15. IBM is preparing to close its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat, but Wall Street has 'real qu ...…
 
With Matt Ray out sick, Coté and Brandon discuss what the Pentagon’s JEDI contract means for cloud vendors, PagerDuty going public and what exactly do developers need to know about Kubernetes. Plus, Coté offers parenting advice on how to handle the no “free drink refills” policy in Europe. Relevant to your interests Simplifying identity and acc ...…
 
With Matt gone, Coté & Brandon speculate wildly about Google’s multi-cloud management announcement, Anthos. They should have just read the docs, but who has time for that? Relevant to your interests A 3-year-old boy repeatedly entered the wrong password, locked up his dad’s iPad until 2067 Anthos | Google Cloud Anthos docs New Google Cloud CEO ...…
 
IBM Watson didn’t work so well in health care, maybe it was too early. Also, Chef goes full open source, with Apache 2. Meanwhile, Coté has to pay taxes in two countries. Plus: My dog’s in a cone right now. I gotta go play some video games. This is not premium content. There’s a Ted talk in here. I like my science fiction truck-stoppy. You can ...…
 
There’s a new kubernetes, Oracle lay-offs, Zoom.US, and the problem with mainframe complainers. Plus: USB-C. Fuck that shit. Don’t read the comments. Don’t throw out the executives with the bathwater. They’re using 1/24th of their ass Sometime in the future, I am going to be awesome! If I have a rock question I’ll ask you. Things aren’t too exp ...…
 
Tradies, plus, your Quarterly Linux Update SUSE is independent again, so we discuss what’s up with it and its uses. Open source, when mixed with business, is back once again: Coté craves some intellectual closer. Also, Google announced some big game platform thing. So. Chips? Tradies! Not these ones. Yes, these ones. Relevant to your interests ...…
 
Look what you made me do Elasticsearch NGINX gets bought, AWS and Elasticsearch are fighting, and why are there so many tech foundations? All this and more on this week’s episode. Plus, Matt Ray tells us how he survived the Facebook outage. Relevant to your interests NGINX to Join F5 Keeping Open Source Open – Open Distro for Elasticsearch Free ...…
 
Nobody’s going to take it over, sorry startups! The 4 Horsemen of Configuration Management They need Java in Cincinnati. The Mongols have no wine. Coté’s going to filibuster ChefConf. Relevant to your interests Red Hat launches Operator Hub, a repository of quality-tested Kubernetes Operators Bitbucket Simplifies Building CI/CD Pipelines with P ...…
 
There’s a lot of notions about what IT executives actually want to hear in a presentation. It turns out that, like all of us, they just want to hear what they want to hear. Also, is kubernetes really a platform for building platforms, or just a platform? More topics: We can’t talk about blockchain until you’ve done your digital transformation. ...…
 
Google goes enterprise, Time to upgrade Win 2008, Redis changes licenses again. All this and more in this episode. Plus, Matt explains good parenting to Brandon. Relevant to your interests Google makes $13 billion worth of cloud plans for 2019 Google acquires cloud migration platform Alooma Google emits a beta of Cloud Service Platform to entic ...…
 
Matt makes his return! What do vendors mean by “multi-cloud” and “digital transformation.” Could Ben Thompson’s aggregation theory apply to the public cloud? We discuss all of this and offer more advice on tacos. Relevant to your interests Google open sources ClusterFuzz With new security tools, Google looks to reduce the impact of data breache ...…
 
Should you pay for Java support? Now you get to decide! It’s more kindle for the lock-in fire. Also, some uninformed commentary on “surveillance capitalism.” Solarwinds To learn more or try the company’s DevOps products for free, visit https://solarwinds.com/devops. Relevant to your interests Oracle Will Charge for Java Starting in 2019. What w ...…
 
This week we discuss why Facebook, Google and Apple are fighting., what makes Enterprise Sales so hard and Coté explains why he misses American Food,. Relevant to your interests Confluent’s meteoric rise. Microsoft acquires another open-source company, Citus Data. The U.S. Department of Defense on How to Detect 'Agile BS.' Opinion | The Facts A ...…
 
Coté has a late night, mental breakdown about scorecards. Can Brandon save him? Also, kafka, Travis CI, and snow. Relevant to your interests Atlassian surpassed $1B in calendar-year revenue in 2018 Google remains the top open-source contributor to CNCF projects Oracle exec: Open-source vendors locking down licences proves 'they were never reall ...…
 
Are we still on that open source licensing thing? Yes. “The most boring topic of all time.” Also, Slack's logo and long term support software monetization models: how do they work? Summary: “Diapers.com buster (AKA Amazon)” “What is someone really selling with LTS?” “Artful genitals.” “It’s not butt ducks” “I’ve had three dogs since then…” Micr ...…
 
Matt and Brandon discuss the“Non-Compete Software” movement, management changes at Chef and how Github just made everyone’s live a little easier. Plus, we offer tips for Dad’s traveling with kids. Relevant to your interests The Non-Compete Software Movement The Cyclical Theory of Open Source community, you keep using that word – Drew Clay Optim ...…
 
Jake Moilanen started and sold two companies and is now joining the ranks of Venture Capital. We discuss his career, his approach to investing and he explains what it is like to bringup the Linux Kernel on a supercomputer for the first time. Connect with Jake: @moilanen LinkedIn For more interview like this subscribe to Software Defined Intervi ...…
 
Brandon interviews Coté about what it's like to be a tech evangelist. Call it "developer advocacy," "developer relations," being a "thought leader," or just a straight up hustler - it's a job that most companies in the computer industry have at least one of. Most of the successful software and projects out there get a big boost from key evangal ...…
 
Should cloud providers be able to host open source software? Exactly, what does the Australia Assistance Act mean for employees? What is Melbourne Cup Day? We answer these questions and more. Enjoy! More on the Australia Assistance and Access Act Australia's encryption laws are 'highly unlikely' to dragoon employees in secret What's actually in ...…
 
This week we recap all the news and announcements from the KubeCon Keynotes and discuss the repercussions of Australia’s new encryption-busting law. Plus, Brandon offers his review of “The Illustrated Children’s Guide to Kubernetes“ and Phippy. Relevant to your interests Australia's Encryption-Busting Law Could Impact Global Privacy Red Hat fid ...…
 
Istio comes to GKE, Kubernetes needs to be patched, Microsoft & Docker announce a standard and what is going on at Faceback. We talk about all this and give you some tips for your next QBR. Relevant to your interests Kubernetes' first major security hole discovered. The Story of the First Kubernetes Critical CVE. Google Integrates Istio Service ...…
 
It’s AWS re:Invent. We talk about the “everything” of it, private cloud, and some RC cars. Also, what exactly is a “field CTO”? AWS Announcements AWS Launches, Previews, and Pre-Announcements at re:Invent 2018 Analytics AWS Lake Formation: Build a secure data lake in days Amazon Managed Streaming for Kafka (MSK): Fully managed, highly available ...…
 
See title. Google Cloud Diane Greene steps down as Google's cloud chief Google looks to former Oracle exec Thomas Kurian to move cloud business along Longer CNBC piece on the switch. Ray Wang: “Enterprise customers need a different level of care, and Google hasn't been able to deliver to date. So the resources available to Diane may not have al ...…
 
Hybrid cloud and kubernetes with Cisco, and the latest beard analysis from the OpenStack community, and some spontaneous ERP and ethics of Facebook meandering - all this week in our power episode! Relevant to your interests Cisco Introduces First Hybrid Kubernetes Platform Support For Amazon EKS “The Cisco Hybrid Solution for Kubernetes on AWS ...…
 
More consolidation in the kubernetes community, plus the X Windowing System and Canonical. Related: “I’m not waiting for an answer, I’m just going to go on.” Sponsored by SolarWinds This episode is sponsored by SolarWinds and this week SolarWinds wants you to know about their DevOps tool: AppOptics. Today, there is a divide between application ...…
 
IBM is buying Red Hat. Topic acquired. Sponsored by DataDog This episode is sponsored by Datadog and this week Datadog wants you to know about Watchdog. Watchdog automatically detects performance problems in your applications without any manual setup or configuration. By continuously examining application performance data, it identifies anomali ...…
 
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