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Thomas Hatch and Jimmy Chunga are The Hacks! Join them every week as they talk about nerd stuff. If you’re into cybersecurity, DevSecOps, SecOps, DevOps, all the Ops, infrastructure automation, network automation, configuration management, and open source then subscribe now. This will be your new favorite podcast! Because we know you’re thinking it...NO, they don’t live in their moms’ basements...this month.
 
IpX - Institute for Process Excellence is the global industrial resource for configuration & change management, systems engineering, operational excellence, digital transformation, model based enterprise, and high-performance culture training. Hear from thought leaders and experts inside and out of IpX as we share and discuss organizational strategies that effectively integrate the people, processes, systems, and data of your organization.
 
A weekly podcast covering all the news and events in Enterprise Software and Cloud Computing. We discuss topics including: Kubernetes, DevOps, Serverless, Security and Coding. Plus, plenty of off topic banter and nonsense to keep you entertained. Don't worry if you miss the latest industry conference, we will recap all the latest news from AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
 
Are you keeping up with PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC)? It's one of the fastest-moving technologies today. But more than that, it literally transforms how IT Implementers deploy and manage on-premises resources and those extended to the cloud for both Windows and Linux environments. Get a solid foundation with this course, and build on it with "Advanced PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) and Custom Resources." Watch Jeffrey Snover, Microsoft Distinguished Engineer and ...
 
Are you familiar with the basics of PowerShell Desired State Configuration? Ready for a deep dive into how you can use DSC for automated deployment and management of resources? Watch another exciting session with Jeffrey Snover, Microsoft Distinguished Engineer and inventor of PowerShell, along with Windows PowerShell MVP Jason Helmick. These top experts offer an in-depth discussion of DSC custom resources and advanced configurations. Explore implementation and testing of custom resources, a ...
 
Do you often wonder what’s the best way to architect, upgrade, or configure your monitoring solution? The BMC Performance and Availability Business Unit is providing a series of best practices content for its BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management (BPPM) and TrueSight Infrastructure Management solutions. Content delivered in each session gives guidance for specific areas of the solution and functionality for the releases by version. Each recording is designed to provide a solid foundation f ...
 
The Professional Pricing Society’s mission is to nurture a growing community of pricing professionals committed to disseminating pricing expertise throughout the business world. In short, we connect great ideas with great people. Learn about our MANY resources for pricing professionals and membership opportunities at Pricingsociety.com
 
A podcast series where Mark Burgess (@markburgess_osl ) and John Willis (@botchagalupe) discuss futuristic concepts of IT. Mark has a PHD in physics among other things and I barely finished high school. We, therefore, seem to make an unlikely pair for discussion. However, we have found over the years our discussions on such subjects make for great dialog (at least we enjoy it). We have decided to see if other's agree. RSS Feed: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:245384055/sou ...
 
Microsoft Services Premier Support gives you direct access to the world's top Microsoft technical experts, pairing you with a dedicated support team providing 24/7 hands-on assistance. "Taste of Premier" is dedicated to helping you maximize your company's IT infrastructure and development investment by showcasing the latest Microsoft products and services and demonstrating how these technologies can positively impact your bottom line. Click here to learn more about Microsoft Service Premier ...
 
Microsoft Services Premier Support gives you direct access to the world's top Microsoft technical experts, pairing you with a dedicated support team providing 24/7 hands-on assistance. "Taste of Premier" is dedicated to helping you maximize your company's IT infrastructure and development investment by showcasing the latest Microsoft products and services and demonstrating how these technologies can positively impact your bottom line. Click here to learn more about Microsoft Service Premier ...
 
Microsoft Services Premier Support gives you direct access to the world's top Microsoft technical experts, pairing you with a dedicated support team providing 24/7 hands-on assistance. "Taste of Premier" is dedicated to helping you maximize your company's IT infrastructure and development investment by showcasing the latest Microsoft products and services and demonstrating how these technologies can positively impact your bottom line. Click here to learn more about Microsoft Service Premier ...
 
Automation Alley is Michigan’s leading nonprofit technology and manufacturing business association, connecting industry, academia and government to fuel Southeast Michigan’s economy and accelerate innovation. Automation Alley focuses its efforts on innovation and technology, entrepreneurship, talent development, defense and international business, providing resources, funding and actionable intelligence to help members grow and prosper in the digital age. Automation Alley programs and servic ...
 
In this series, Microsoft Senior Technical Evangelist Ed Baker walks through a series of TechNet Virtual Labs that demonstrate how you can implement Mobile Device Management (MDM) and finally take control of the mobile environment, whether your users are on Android, iOS or Windows. Not just that, there's more! =:O Management will love you for increasing security and control over things like data and email; your users will love you for their newfound freedom and increased productivity; and yo ...
 
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In this episode of AWS TechChat, we took a journey out the edge, and gave you an in-depth look in to a new product that we have released to market, CloudFront Function. I interviewed 2 special guests from our CloudFront service team, David Brown and Raji Sundararajan who gave me the low down on the major feature release. We started the show setting…
 
This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan share follow-up Tuxedo and Windows, discuss the difference between service accounts on Linux and Windows, and the PeopleTools release schedule. Show Notes FSU Write-up for using DPKs @ 5:30 Dan’s Innovator Write-up Innovator Program TM_CPAU @ 13:30 Service Accounts on Windows and Linux @ 17:00 PeopleSoft Midti…
 
This week we discuss Red Hat’s open source strategy, public cloud adoption and Signal’s Instagram ads. Plus, advice on setting your thermostat. Rundown Red Hat Red Hat open-sources StackRox Kubernetes security product Red Hat Delivers Full GitOps CI/CD Built on Tekton and Argo RHEL, RHEL, RHEL, fancy that: Rocky Linux would-be CentOS replacement hi…
 
Acceptance testing is fun, I know! In this episode of Pulling the Strings, Lucy Wyman, Gene Liverman, and Trevor Vaughan explain multi-node testing with Beaker, how Beaker is different from Litmus, and future plans for Beaker. Learn More: Install Beaker here. Watch the presentation of Beaker with PDK. Join the Puppet Community on Slack. Learn more …
 
Steve Johnson started losing his sight as a very young man, and now he’s lost almost all of it. However, he works at TalkTalk, on highly detailed projects, marshalling and organising huge amounts of information, using excel and lots of different bits of kit. He’s also a skier and fitter than the vast majority of the rest of us. Someone to learn fro…
 
It's time for part-2 of a conversation that was started in last week's episode of The Hacks. Last week, Tom and Chunga asked the question--why is SAAS so misunderstood? In part-1, it was decided that at one point or another, everyone in the tech space will get the definition of SAAS wrong. This happens because SAAS is such a broad term. In this epi…
 
Brandon interviews Grant Miller the CEO of Replicated. They discuss Grant's background, building enterprise software and how to deliver Kubernetes apps anywhere. Plus, Grant tell us what it's really like to be an intern at an investment bank. Show Links The Submarine by Paul Graham EnterpriseReady.io EnterpriseReady Podcast kURL Kots Contact Grant …
 
Summary Data exploration is an important step in any analysis or machine learning project. Visualizing the data that you are working with makes that exploration faster and more effective, but having to remember and write all of the code to build a scatter plot or histogram is tedious and time consuming. In order to eliminate that friction Doris Lee…
 
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle talk about some small and awesome UI updates in 8.59, issues with Dan's preferred port configuration, and their favorite "Dirt and Worms" recipes. Show Notes PeopleTools 8.59 Small but Awesome Updates @ 2:00 Process Type Idea Label Changes in PeopleTools @ 9:00 Real-Time Menu Search @ 12:30 Dan's Port Configur…
 
This week we discuss the Rackspace-Platform9 partnership, Microsoft buying Kinvolk and the commodification of DevOps. Plus, some hot takes on Zoom’s new immersive view. Rundown Zoom launches Immersive View to unify participants in the same virtual room M&A Rackspace Technology Announces Strategic Investment in Platform9 and Launches Rackspace Manag…
 
Today on The Hacks, Tom and Chunga are talking about something that Chunga says is the most confused and misunderstood segment of the tech space. Why is this thing so misunderstood? Primarily because it's so broad that everyone has their own definition of it! In this episode of The Hacks, Tom and Chunga are talking about SAAS. SAAS (software as a s…
 
Summary Any project that is used by more than one person will eventually need to handle permissions for each of those users. It is certainly possible to write that logic yourself, but you’ll almost certainly do it wrong at least once. Rather than waste your time fighting with bugs in your authorization code it makes sense to use a well-maintained l…
 
This week on the podcast, Kyle wrestles with Windows and Linux services, and Dan spends time with database triggers and asks if they can become managed PeopleTools objects. Show Notes psadmin.conf 2021 Registration is closing soon What is tlisten for Tuxedo in Windows? @ 4:00 Systemd unit files and non-root DPK @ 9:30 nVision and Mixed Modes @ 19:0…
 
This week we discuss Grafana moving to the AGPL, Signal goes on offense and Grad Students infecting the Linux Kernel. Plus, how many door locks do you need? Rundown AGPL Grafana, Loki, and Tempo will be relicensed to AGPLv3 Chris Aniszczyk’s take Another Thread Twitter Thread Hacking Exploiting vulnerabilities in Cellebrite UFED and Physical Analyz…
 
In a competitive world, TalkTalk needs the best talent available. That means getting access to potentially great candidates wherever they may be. And holding on to them once they join. Given women are historically underrepresented in the world of tech and telecoms, that’s an opportunity for TalkTalk to hire exceptional talent. That job falls to Lis…
 
In this episode of the True North podcast, IpX Director of Program Management, Brandy Taylor, and Chief CM2 Architect, Eddie Kolesar, discuss export compliance and why it’s a crucial implementation for reducing risk that all businesses, big and small, need to consider. Brandy and Eddie identify the key factors of a good Export Compliance Plan and s…
 
Summary Being able to present your ideas is one of the most valuable and powerful skills to have as a professional, regardless of your industry. For software engineers it is especially important to be able to communicate clearly and effectively because of the detail-oriented nature of the work. Unfortunately, many people who work in software are mo…
 
This week on the podcast, Kyle discusses cleaning up PeopleSoft Images, Dan shares an experience with ACM and schedulers, and then Dan and Kyle talk through using process categories with the Process Scheduler. Show Notes TLS 1.0, 1.1 is Deprecated @ 2:30 Oracle and Google Java Supreme Court Ruling @ 5:00 PUM Manual Cleanup Doc Updated @ 9:15 ACM an…
 
This week we discuss IBM’s Kyndryl, AWS launches OpenSearch and what makes a good strategy. Plus, how much do you really need to know about wine? Rundown Kyndryl IBM to name infrastructure services business 'Kyndryl' after spinoff IBM spinoff joins a long list of questionable corporate names Introducing OpenSearch Relevant to your interests Social …
 
Chunga feels a little intimidated about this episode. Today, he and Tom are going to climb into the dark recesses of the mind of a software engineer! They're talking about the balance of product and engineering. Where do most engineers start their process of innovation? Do they start with a big imagination and a blank piece of paper, or do they sta…
 
Summary One of the great promises of computers is that they will make our work faster and easier, so why do we all spend so much time manually copying data from websites, or entering information into web forms, or any of the other tedious tasks that take up our time? As developers our first inclination is to "just write a script" to automate things…
 
PeopleTools 8.59 is Generally Available! Dan and Kyle talk through their favorite features and changes in the latest release of PeopleTools. PeopleTools Team Blog Post for 8.59 Show Notes PeopleTools 8.59 is GA @ 1:00 DPK Changes @ 3:30 UI Updates @ 14:45 Search Improvements @ 18:00 Notifications @ 24:00 Lifecycle Management @ 27:00 Configuration I…
 
This week we discuss the Supreme Court’s Ruling in Google vs. Oracle and the future of open source business models. Plus, do you really need a yard? Rundown API’s for Everyone Supreme Court sides with Google in Oracle’s API copyright case SCOTUS Decision Oracle vs. Google Xinuos—owners of what used to be SCO—file suit against Red Hat and IBM OSS Bu…
 
I had virtualization… Then you gave me Kubernetes on top of virtualization. I thought Kubernetes was supposed to be the answer, and now you’re telling me it’s not the answer and I need something else on top of Kubernetes?! The conundrum is solved on this episode of Pulling the Strings with Martez Reed and Bruno Andrade. Learn More The Puppet Kubern…
 
After taking a short break, thanks to Chunga getting the CoronaVirus, The Hacks has returned! In this episode, Tom and Chunga are talking about something we've all had to go through--a launch that goes bad. It's happened to all of us, Chunga thinks that most launches tend to either go sideways or at the very least don't go as expected. So, what do …
 
In this episode of AWS TechChat, we started at the top with what containers are and what the many terms we hear mean.We asked the question why? Why is the industry adopting containers and why use them and how you can gert started in this container game by either using you using your local machine, single board computer or an Amazon technology. From…
 
Summary When you are writing code it is all to easy to introduce subtle bugs or leave behind unused code. Unused variables, unused imports, overly complex logic, etc. If you are careful and diligent you can find these problems yourself, but isn’t that what computers are supposed to help you with? Thankfully Python has a wealth of tools that will wo…
 
This week we discuss a potential Box/Dropbox merger, Discord rumors and the meaning of work. Plus, what happens when you spill water on your laptop? Rundown Could Box and Dropbox Merge? @themotleyfool #stocks $BOX $DBX $MSFT Prof. Galloway likes MSFT buying Discord Amazon Twitter War Work / Life Tech Support: How can I cope with my meaningless job,…
 
Autism is a lifelong developmental disability, affecting around one in 100 people in the UK. It influences how a person communicates and how they experience the world around them. However, it does not mean they can't fit into the world of work. Far from it. Theo Albert, a young man from London with autism, has a job he loves - planning rail timetab…
 
Summary Writing code that is easy to read and understand will have a lasting impact on you and your teammates over the life of a project. Sometimes it can be difficult to identify opportunities for simplifying a block of code, especially if you are early in your journey as a developer. If you work with senior engineers they can help by pointing out…
 
This week on the podcast, Dan shares his good experience with the Infrastructure DPK and a few things that didn't work as expected, and Dan and Kyle discuss the 8.58 Login page and the Elasticsearch DPK Silent Install option. Show Notes Code CodeTour @ 3:30 Moving App Designer out of App Designer @ 8:00 Export Options for App Designer Login Page ch…
 
This week we discuss Discord rumors, Slack Connect, the new AWS CEO and what would make Tableau and Salesforce better. Plus, why did Google Reader really get canceled…? Rundown Messaging Discord exploring sale that could be worth more than $10 billion Box shares rise on report company is exploring sale Slack Is About to Become a Nightmare The next …
 
Many of us have been worried about getting COVID. But for Kat Lawrenson, it wasn’t getting the virus that was the problem – it was what happened afterwards. Months after contracting it, the TalkTalk employee was hit with side effects so serious that she’s convinced she’s only around today because of the quick wittedness of her husband and a locum d…
 
Summary Becoming data driven is the stated goal of a large and growing number of organizations. In order to achieve that mission they need a reliable and scalable method of accessing and analyzing the data that they have. While business intelligence solutions have been around for ages, they don’t all work well with the systems that we rely on today…
 
This week on the podcast, Kyle digs into the different Integration Broker processes and how messages are processed and Dan discusses some changes to simplify SSL management in PeopleTools. Show Notes psadmin.conf Registration @ 2:15 IB Question: How Does IB Message Metadata get into IB Tables? @ 4:30 Configuring IB Gateways @ 21:00 Clarification on…
 
This week we discuss tech’s rich valuations, Airtable vs. Excel and the Goldman Analysts’ Presentation. Plus, some advice on when to buy a house. Rundown VC Stripe is now valued at $95 billion Airtable Tops $5.7 Billion Valuation On Growing Enterprise Sales And A Soaring Cloud Market Airtable is now valued at $5.77B with a fresh $270 million in Ser…
 
Hear about the behind-the-scenes process of creating the 2020 State of DevOps Report. Nigel Kersten and Michael Stahnke dive deep into the data that drives the narrative of the report and take us on a journey dissecting numerous conversations with IT DevOps practitioners and decision makers alike in this episode. Learn more Download the 2020 State …
 
Chunga can tell Tom hasn't slept well over the past few days. Typically, when he's sleep-deprived, his brain tends to drift and focus on strange things like conspiracy theories. This time, Tom is obsessing over passwords. Thanks to his history in the U.S. intelligence community, he knows all too well how inaccurate and off-the-mark most conspiracy …
 
Summary Python is a language that is used in almost every imaginable context and by people from an amazing range of backgrounds. A lot of the people who use it wouldn’t even call themselves programmers, because that is not the primary focus of their job. In this episode Chris Moffitt shares his experience writing Python as a business user. In order…
 
This week on the podcast, Kyle shares a fun way to learn Git and learn to be a better programmer, Dan shares some advantages of 3-Tier App Designer, and Kyle and Dan discuss personalized development environments. Show Notes Boost Your Programming Skills with the Git codebase @ 2:00 [Elastic 7 clustering changes](https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elas…
 
This week we discuss how corporate life changes in a post-pandemic world, security startups raising VC and the adoption of Zero Trust. Plus, we test Coté’s geography skills. Rundown Post-pandemic Predications? Late-Stage Pandemic Is Messing With Your Brain VC Aqua Security reaches ‘unicorn’ status with $135M late-stage funding round Snyk raises $30…
 
We learned in the last episode of Walking the Walk how valuable it is for women in traditionally male dominated careers to have their own networks. But one message that comes through often is that mutual support isn’t enough. At TalkTalk we recognise the importance of Allyship – noone more so than Ian McDonald, who says that men have to step up too…
 
In Part 2 of this podcast series, IpX Director of Model Based Enterprise, Max Gravel, and Vertex Product Marketing Manager, John Heller, continue tearing down misconceptions and myths to starting a digital twin journey with further exploration into: - How open access to 3D data encourages collaboration and reward that collaboration to improve compa…
 
Having a supportive network is one of the most common routes to success in business. But in careers that have traditionally been a male domain, those networks have often resembled a bit of a boys club. That’s now changing – especially in the world of tech. But it wasn’t always the case. A few years ago, when times were a bit different, my colleague…
 
Tom and Chunga are breaking their own cardinal rule on this episode of The Hacks! You all know they both love open source and that Tom is a bit of a rock star in the space, but that doesn't mean that they believe open source is perfect; quite the contrary. The truth is, they think there are several things, and one in particular the open source does…
 
Summary There are a large and growing number of businesses built by and for data science and machine learning teams that rely on Python. Tony Liu is a venture investor who is following that market closely and betting on its continued success. In this episode he shares his own journey into the role of an investor and discusses what he is most excite…
 
Jen Mossop Scott has a job that demands a comprehensive understanding of all the various technology systems TalkTalk uses, which, as one of the UK’s biggest ISPs, is a significant number. However, she began her journey a million miles away from where she is now. Not just because she grew up on the other side of the world to Salford, TalkTalk’s home…
 
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