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In this interview, we speak to Eyal Ben Moshe, Head of the Ecosystem Engineering Group at JFrog, about the importance of shifting left and providing tools for developers to keep their software secure. He specifically discusses the release of Frogbit and Docker Desktop Extension and teases the BuildInfo resource, the metadata associated with a build…
 
In this episode, we speak to Raziel Tabib, CEO and Founder of Codefresh, a GitOps and continuous delivery platform. He discuss the meaning of GitOps, managing artifacts in the process to deployment, and scaling with ArgoCD instances and adding enrichments and integrations as additional value.By devopsspeakeasy
 
26 views May 7, 2022 In this episode we talked with Kevin Wittek @kiview, a Testcontainers co-maintainer, passionate about FLOSS, containers and Java. We talked about an archaeological journey into the history of the testing pyramid: Who envisioned it first and in which context?By devopsspeakeasy
 
In this episode we talked with Erik Hellman @ErikHellman, a developer for more than two decades, spanning from large-scale telecom to embedded systems. He currently works as the Head of Development for Iteam Solutions in Stockholm and leads a team of developers focusing on sustainable digitalization for companies and other organizations.…
 
In this episode we talked with Dylan Beattie a consultant, software developer and international keynote speaker. He’s the director of Ursatile, an independent consultancy based in London that specialises in helping organisations bridge the knowledge gap between software development and business strategy.…
 
In this episode Alex and Mykyta of Netflix Engineering explained why debugging GRPC might be hard, whom to ask and where to look when you have the need (spoiler: RTFM), and what are the differences between HTTP 2 and HTTP 3. Special appearances by a promising next-generation developer (maybe?) and Glory to Ukraine.…
 
Welcome back, in-person conferences, and welcome back, DevOps Speakeasy Podcast! Season 3, live from conference floors is here!We kick it off with our very own 🎩 Baruch Sadogursky (@jbaruch) speaking about JFrog's latest innovation for #Developers: #FrogBot. He explains how #FrogBot helps keep your environment secure even before your pull requests …
 
This week, we're joined by Austin Parker (@austinlparker) from Lightstep, the Jason Momoa of DevOps, to talk about observability in the name of laziness. Also, Baruch advocates for Java, Kat brings up old Python drama, we reminisce about the JavaScript framework treadmill, and Austin sells us on OpenTelemetry. How do you pronounce "Haskell?"…
 
Welcome to season two of DevOps Speakeasy! We're changing things up a bit this season -- your new host is Kat Cosgrove (@dixie3flatline), with Baruch Sadogursky (@jbaruch) as her co-host. In this episode, we're joined by Aaron Aldrich (@crayzeigh) from Red Hat's Managed OpenShift Black Belt team! He's here to talk to us about deploying highly-avail…
 
In this episode Kat (@Dixie3Flatline) and Baruch (@jbaruch) interviewed Jeffrey Groman (@jeffrey_groman), a cybersecurity advisor, about cybersecurity in the age of DevOps and what the hell DevSecOps is. What is DevSecOps? SQL Injection, pwns you since 1998 Proactive vs reactive security Red team, Blue team and their games July 2020 F5 security inc…
 
In this episode Baruch (@jbaruch) and Kat (@Dixie3Flatline) interviewed Elena Grahovac (@webdeva), an engineering manager at GetYourGuide, where she is in charge of Developer Experience. What is Developer Experience? DevXCon – a conference on Developer Experience. Is it the same as DevRelCon?! Whiteboard interviews suck. Are interviews a part of De…
 
In this episode Baruch (@jbaruch) and Kat (@Dixie3Flatline) interviewed our very own Rimas Mocevicius (@Rimusz), an open-source fan, committer of Helm project, and one of the engineers behind ChartCenter.io (it's cool, check it out!) Why Tiller was bad Rimas on Tillerless Helm 2 What's new in Helm 3 Tillerless Helm 3 K3S - Lightweight Kubernetes fo…
 
In this episode Baruch (@jbaruch) hosted Kelsey Hightower (@kelseyhightower) and Melissa McKay(@melissajmckay) to discuss some of the great questions the audience asked during the "Demystifying CI/CD" webinar, they conducted a week prior. As the discussion progressed, it turned out that the answer to most of the questions is "it depends, it is real…
 
In this episode Baruch (@jbaruch) and Kat (@Dixie3Flatline) hosted Ravi Lachhman (@ravilach) to speak about Harness, CD automation and how it improves our software delivery – velocity, quality, security, and morale. Harness T-shaped skills Enterprise tool recommendation matrix Ravi's swampUP talk on "Getting to Yes" Getting to Yes – the book Gopher…
 
Today Baruch and Kat sat with the amazing Robert Reeves, the lazy, impatient, and hubris CTO of Liquibase, which sells weekends, time with kids, and sleep at night. Hitler Uses Kubernetes The Accelerate Build a Bigger Team - Nike @ DOES18 Las Vegas War, Peace, and IT Database Reliability Engineering DevOps at Scale: Pain is instructional Robert's t…
 
In this special, we'll talk about the agenda of JFrog's upcoming user conference, the JFrog swampUP. It's online, it's affordable, and it is packed with awesome content! We run it twice, in the Americas TZ on June 24th and in EMEA TZ on July 1st, so time zone is not an issue! The tickets are $20, all the proceeds go to charity, no reason not to att…
 
Today Kat (@Dixie3Flatline) and Baruch (@jbaruch) hosted Leonid Igolnik (@ligolnik) a veteran engineering manager to talk about what it takes not only to work effectively during the pandemic but also lead effectively. SignalFX Miro - online collaboration whiteboard platform Other distributed whiteboard alternatives Why people hate Zoom Why people h…
 
In this episode, we embarked on a fascinating journey of despair and hope with Sam Boyer (@sdboyer), the author of the Go Dep experiment, and discussed all things dependency management - why it doesn't work, and what can be done to make it a little more transparent and easier to work with. Go dep commit officially retiring the project, made on the …
 
In this episode of the DevOps Speakeasy podcast, Kat and Baruch interviewed Chris Short, the author of the DevOps'ish newsletter and podcast and a CNCF Ambassador about OpenShift, Kubernetes Operators, how to pronounce kubectl and what's not! DevOp'ish RedHat OpenShift CoreDNS Prometheus Operator Pattern OperatorHub kubectl pronunciation kubectl – …
 
In this episode of the DevOps Speakeasy podcast, Kat and Baruch interviewed Valarie Regas about her journey to DevOps and staring at conferences, about working from home in the time of COVID-19, and about reading the room. Valarie's talk about Wardley Maps in front of pairing Belugas and Simon Wardley Valarie's talk while being very pregnant Jaguar…
 
In this episode, Baruch and Kat hosted Jessica Deen, an amazing senior cloud advocate for Azure to talk about what DevOps is for her, and how cloud advocates can make engineers more productive. Azure DevOps Donovan Brown's What is DevOps? Event-stream library hijacked to steal bitcoin Jessica's talk at JFrog swampUP 2019 – complete DevOps pipeline …
 
In this episode, Baruch and Kat hosted John Willis, one of the co-fathers of DevOps, co-author of The DevOps Handbook and author of a dozen of other great books. We discussed his new digital transformation group in Red Hat, how we understanding the third economy should have DevOps ripple effect, and how governance is a lot like unit tests. The DevO…
 
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