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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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
 
This week we give our “expert analysis” of all the impending enterprise IPO’s, discuss Multi-Cloud and try to make sense of Roblox and TikTok. Plus, are salary bands good or bad…? The Rundown IPOs the Palantir IPO mission statement is an amazing artifact. Software Developer Tools Company JFrog Adds to Tech IPO Rush. Asana files to go public via dir…
 
Why would Oracle buy TikTok? Why would Amazon invest in Rackspace? We answer these questions and discuss the state of cloud migrations. Plus, Matt and Coté offers advice on hot dogs. The Rundown Oracle and Tik Tok? Oracle interested in buying TikTok: report Oracle enters race to buy TikTok’s US operations Amazon invests in Rackspace? Amazon reporte…
 
Join Baruch Sadogursky, head of DevOps advocacy at JFrog as he analyzes real-world software update fails and how multiple DevOps patterns, that fit a variety of scenarios, could have saved the developers. Manually making sure that everything works before sending an update and expecting the user to do acceptance tests before they update is most defi…
 
Part 2: The world is moving to the cloud and distributed services, and there needs to be a relational database architected and built for Kubernetes that still delivers a SQL interface. The world needs Distributed SQL. As a partner with a Red Hat Software Partner with a Certified Operator, Jim Walker, VP of Product Marketing at Cockroach Labs, will …
 
My experiments with Openshift Contents What? Advantages Create dotnet Create Nodejs Create angular/react Create python Large model Custom starter project About java ecosystem Tools Secrets/Config maps/env variables Resource limits volumes Dockerfile Image deployment tinker with kube side rsh ssh Courses Links https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGngiD…
 
We discuss all the latest M&A rumors including: MSFT buying TikTok, Nvidia buying ARM and Salesforce.com buying Datadog. We also weigh in on the latest fight between Fortnite and Apple over the App Store. Plus, we offer advice on air conditioning and cars. The Rundown Apple just kicked Fortnite off the App Store TikTok Microsoft faces complex techn…
 
Slide decks, paper proposals and steering group sessions all take a significant investment to prepare, avoiding “difficult” conversations by socializing and re-socializing in advance of exec meetings, deferring decisions, requesting a raft of meeting minutes to document, correcting, amending and signing them off—the majority of which few people rea…
 
MLOps is a practice for collaboration and communication between data scientists and operations professionals to help manage the production machine learning lifecycle. Similar to the DevOps term in the software development world, MLOps looks to increase automation and improve the quality of production ML while also focusing on business and regulator…
 
The week we discuss New Relic’s open source plans, why monitoring is so complicated and try to unravel the mystery of enterprise pricing. Plus, Coté finds out that you can indeed use too much soap. The Rundown Friend us and follow SDT on Twitch: sdtpodcat New Relic Changes Business Model, Open Sources Agents and Instrumentation Analysts Estimate Ne…
 
PART 1: The world is moving to the cloud and distributed services, and there needs to be a relational database architected and built for Kubernetes that still delivers a SQL interface. The world needs Distributed SQL. As a partner with a Red Hat Software Partner with a Certified Operator, Jim Walker, VP of Product Marketing at Cockroach Labs, will …
 
We recap the recent announcements from Google Next and discuss Rackspace's upcoming IPO. Plus, Coté reviews the ambient noise videos on YouTube. The Rundown Google Next Google Cloud details Confidential Computing 'breakthrough' BigQuery Omni for multi-cloud data analytics Assured Workloads for Government: Compliance without compromise Rackspace Rac…
 
On this episode Brandon interviews Richard Seroter from Google. They discuss Richard's career, Product Management & Marketing, Google Anthos and what App Modernization really means. Plus, Richard tells us how a doctor removes a wedding ring when you have a fractured finger. Mentioned on the Show Richard joins Google Richard on the web Blog: Richard…
 
We discuss: the trademark moves of Google; open source skullduggery; why Slack has the upper-hand on Teams…or not?; and Coté’s growing love of .docx files. Mood board: I read a lot of Wikipedia when I should be working After all this, time people probably think that whatever you’re doing is “working.” Did you respond with an emoji thumbs-up? I read…
 
Many experts believe that the banking industry will change more in the next five years than it has in the last twenty-five years as a result of the rising influence of FinTechs, Open Banking requirements, and Real-Time Payment initiatives. In order to deal with these changes, banks will need to open their core banking systems with a scope and scale…
 
Come with us as we solve life’s greatest mystery: lead-genless webinars. Coté also gives his 10 day in review of Hey email. Also, theories on grilling hamburgers. Mood board: They got money, kicking out the Nazis Have you tried saying it louder? It came out fine. The burger meat here is like a bunch of little worms. Long form commercials. Webinar a…
 
Brandon interviews Kylie Grenier from DXC Technology. They discuss Kylie's experience in leading digital transformation in the public sector, her time as a Cloud Futurist at Cisco and how she helps clients build digital transformation strategies today. Plus, Kylie offers some tips on how to get a new job. Kylie on the web Twitter: @CurrentKylie Lin…
 
Extracting configs with awk, Apple announces stuff, and salad dressing. That’s the topics. Mostly. Mood board: One How come Slack doesn’t have a DropBox yet? I got the Call Recorder! Brand Police. You’d get to do a lot of writing, but you’d get a lot of editing. Dunning Keurig Yeet your email. I don’t know where it comes from, but my kids got me sa…
 
Lightbend's Karl Wehden will look at the typical decisions you will face as you mature your machine learning enhanced applications and start delivering at scale, on never ending streaming data. What trade-offs are you making when selecting a scoring strategy? What model metadata should you capture? How do you ensure model management and training is…
 
On this episode Brandon interviews Brian Gracely from Red Hat. They discuss Brian's early career at Cisco, his experience with OpenStack, why he joined Red Hat and what's happening with OpenShift. Plus, Brian tells us what it's like to be a VP of Product at a startup and recommends some College Football Podcasts to get us through the off season. Me…
 
Can email ever be fixed, or is GMail good enough? We discuss. Plus, Coté complains about how he should probably start asking more questions instead of answering them at length. Also, we don’t know what a “digestive” is and do not recommend the Mexican bakery pastries. Mood board: I’m perfectly willing to burn my own time on boondoggles. I introduce…
 
Brandon interviews Todd Gardner from TrackJS. They discuss Todd's career and how his consulting projects led him to start TrackJS. Plus, Todd offers advice on how to build web apps using JavaScript and how to decide which JS Framework is right for your next project. His answer may surprise you... Show Links Lemon OVHCloud Contact Todd Twitter: @tod…
 
We dream of video conferencing in Zoom, ask whatever happened to Big Data, discuss how little agile practices are followed despite their proven success, and contemplate the meaninglessness of Apple moving to ARM. Also, how to prioritize those early morning calls with Singapore. Mood board: Is that guacamole talk Amazon approved? Why don’t you liste…
 
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, our way of life is increasingly become digital, even faster and in entirely new ways than before. As virtual and online become the new normal for professional and personal interactions and entire industries like healthcare, banking, and retail re-imagine their supply chains, what are the key technologies requir…
 
Brandon interviews Shannon Williams from Rancher Labs. They discuss Shannon's journey from journalism to startup founder and how Rancher delivers Kubernetes-as-a-Service. Plus, Shannon recommends his top ski resort in North America and reveals who really decided to buy the cloud.com domain. Contact Shannon: Twitter: smw355 LinkedIn: smw355 Photo by…
 
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.…
 
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…
 
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.…
 
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…
 
Kubernetes was originally created as a platform for App development and management. Hear why VP of Product/Engineering and Starburst co-founder Matt Fuller thinks K8n’s is undergoing a change in identity that will transform enterprise big data architecture. Matt will discuss the new role of K8ns in data platform modernization why Starburst and Pres…
 
We discuss Facebook’s remote work policy, predictions of 8% less IT spending, the good Slack has done for humanity, and the mystery of a beloved blog that had no RSS feed. Also: Coté is back! Moodboard: 3rd kids and pandemics Severe consequences - just another way for companies to fuck you. (The exact wording was “severe ramifications.”) It’s all j…
 
According to 451 Research, 95% of new applications being developed are containerized. Developers and operators need to rethink the fundamentals of Infrastructure to run containerized applications across multiple dimensions such as security, network, storage, performance, scalability and TCO. Join Naren Narendra, Director of Product Marketing at Dia…
 
On this episode we discuss Tik Tok, OpenShift vs. VMware, Amazon simplifying YAML, Eclipse moving to Europe, Unreal Engine 5 and Datadog wins big. The Rundown Sanjay Poonen On VMware Vs. Red Hat OpenShift: ‘May The Best Product Win’ Red Hat and AWS extend collaboration: Introducing Amazon Red Hat OpenShift AWS pulls its Red Hat on with managed Open…
 
Startup India demand for solutions: https://www.startupindia.gov.in/content/sih/en/ams-application/challenge.html?applicationId=5e79126ee4b055bfaea9ef66 Open source corona Datasets: https://innovate.mygov.in/covid19/#tab6 Participate http://hackacause.in/ Some software engineering solutions during the Pandemic https://www.eu-startups.com/2020/05/10…
 
AWS and Azure announce earnings, Backblaze takes on Amazon, Cloud Native Survey Results and Fortnite takes our suggestions. Plus, Matt updates us on his quest to turn a smartphone into a webcam. The Rundown Tech Giant Earnings AWS tops $10 billion in quarterly revenue for the first time Microsoft Azure update The Immunity of the Tech Giant The Smal…
 
As cloud native becomes the standard for application deployment, IT roles must adapt. Cloud teams are taking ownership for security, as well as application performance and availability. As a result they need tools and processes that support a secure DevOps workflow for Kubernetes and containers in production. Join Eric Carter, Director of Product M…
 
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