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We're joined by Chris Short from Red Hat to discuss the ins and outs of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment, often abbreviated to CI/CD. With years of experience under his belt, we let loose with every and all questions we could think of! Please use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us your questions, or to sugg…
 
The end is in sight! After a heroic voyage across the plains of containers, we reach the mountain called Doom Kubernetes! Join us for this last foray in this epic saga where we look at Kubernetes, some of its alternatives and offer our opinion on the matter of adopting Kubernetes and the micro services architectures, or not...Please use the Contact…
 
Almost at the end of our journey, deep into the realms of containers and Kubernetes, we finally reach the destination that is Kubernetes. After this, we'll round of this series of episodes with out closing summary next week.Please use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us your questions, or to suggest future episode topics yo…
 
Returning to our series on containers and Kubernetes, we discuss the concept of Micro Services in this episode. Weaving our way through software best practices and the advent of the Big Web 2.0 companies, we end up in an ever more complex world of Micro Architectures.https://youtu.be/sPCh-ogNlHkPlease use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitte…
 
And this is already installment 3 in the ongoing saga on Containers and Kubernetes, and this time we finally end up actually talking about containers! We promised we'd get there, and here it is. But this is still far form the end of the story: in the next couple of episodes, we'll discuss orchestration and micro services architectures, again coveri…
 
We started this saga on Kubernetes and containers last week during KubCon and we're picking up where we left off then, continuing to dig deeper in the subject of Virtualization, jails and containers. We still have much more to talk about, so catch us next week for the continuation of this epic story!https://youtu.be/4_hHgYqzBKwIn this part, we move…
 
It's the week of KubeCon and while everybody is doing there best to present the greatest and latest of everything surrounding this micro services architecture approach, we're going back to basics with an intro to Containers & Kubernetes, explaining what this stuff is, where it came from and why people feel it is a good idea. With great knowledge co…
 
In a couple of weeks we expect to virtually meet a lot of you at Kubecon/CloudNativeCon Europe. As is quickly becoming the new normal, this conference also shifted to a virtual, on-line only event, but that may actually be a blessing! With everything being online (and we expect mostly prerecorded) it should be a lot easier to catch parallel session…
 
Data Quality is a subject that comes up a lot now that more organizations are moving towards a data driven decision making system. Obviously, to get good decisions, they need to be based on good quality data and getting that QA stamp is quite a bit harder than it should be...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Qk7DIcFrnAPlease use the Contact Form on …
 
For our 200th episode, we're taking a stroll down memory lane, looking back on how the podcast evolved over time. We discuss the content related changes we made over the years, and also talk about some of the technical choices we made. And not to spoil anything, there is definitely something strange happening in this one.... ;) https://www.youtube.…
 
This episode, we go deep into everything data related in the public cloud, specifically the Microsoft Azure cloud. Fortunately we don't have to do this on our own since we're joined by Richard Nuckolls, author of the book "Azure Data Engineering", published by Manning publications under their MEAP program.Free eBook raffleManning Publication has be…
 
We're joined by Kyle Davis, head of Developer Advocacy at Redis Labs to discuss the ins and outs of Redis. It's the the in-memory data store that everybody probably uses, whether you know it or not and Kyle does a great job on discussing the pros and cons of deploying Redis in the many use cases it can add tremendous value. This is the final part o…
 
We're joined by Kyle Davis, head of Developer Advocacy at Redis Labs to discuss the ins and outs of Redis. It's the the in-memory data store that everybody probably uses, whether you know it or not and Kyle does a great job on discussing the pros and cons of deploying Redis in the many use cases it can add tremendous value. This is the first part o…
 
We are joined by John T. Wolohan, writer of the Large Datasets with Python book published by Manning Publications to talk about the business impact of living the Big Data life and how Python has become the programming language darling of Big data programmers and Data Scientist alike.Free eBook raffleManning Publication has been kind enough to give …
 
Following on from episode 189 where we looked at all things pronounced "dead", we now go in search of all things that will make sure the future is bright and cheerful. Most confusingly, most things pronounced dead also seem to be the future? Along the way, we discuss the Open Source mentality and all things Machine Learning & A.I. Privacy and somet…
 
Maybe it's the dark days we live in, maybe it's just us being us... But everywhere we looked, we found somebody telling us somethings as dead or dying... Speaking about technology, of course! We are a tech podcast after all! Anyway, we decided to dive deep into the gloom and doom on the internet and see what has been pronounced deceased and how we …
 
Agile Development is quite popular in the world of software development, but the concepts are applicable to a much broader business environment. Very often, however, the actual implementation of these rather excellent concepts are plagued with faulty expectations and simply not knowing what you are trying to do. Find out how you can benefit, both a…
 
Agile Development is quite popular in the world of software development, but the concepts are applicable to a much broader business environment. Very often, however, the actual implementation of these rather excellent concepts are plagued with faulty expectations and simply not knowing what you are trying to do. Find out how you can benefit, both a…
 
In this episode we have an in depth discussion on Apache Cassandra with Patrick McFadin, VP Developer Relations at DataStax. We had a great conversation with Patrick about topics ranging from basic NoSql topics to more in depth applicability of Apache Cassandra. Apache Cassandra really is one of the most used NoSql solutions out there and this info…
 
Verizon has published their "Data Breach Investigations Report" for some time now and with the news of data leaks, ransomware attacks and more of that kind of horror dominating much of the technology conversation, we gratefully borrow this report to dedicate a full episode on this subject. As ever, we never shy away from deviating form the subject …
 
Not a regular news episode this time. Instead, we are starting our KubeCon/CloudNativeCon Amsterdam coverage and have co-chairs Vicki Cheung and Constance Caramanolis on as guest to tell us all about these conferences. If you've never attended one of these, this discussion will give a good idea on what to expect and for seasoned attendees, there is…
 
In this episode we welcome Nicolas Thomas, an NFV pioneer at Fortinet to educate us on everything related to Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV). We look at the changes the industry has gone though and how these upcoming new standards are changing how corporations and consumers experience their globally conne…
 
In this episode we welcome Nicolas Thomas, an NFV pioneer at Fortinet to educate us on everything related to Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV). We look at the changes the industry has gone though and how these upcoming new standards are changing how corporations and consumers experience their globally conne…
 
For the first Roaring News episode of the year, we decided to look back at 2019 to discuss the stuff we found noteworthy and perhaps take a chance at predicting what the next year will bring. We actually had so much fun recording this, we went way over time, so we decided to split this one into two parts. Episode 174 had the first part of the discu…
 
A few episodes ago, we discovered the Stackoverflow Developer survey from 2019. Now even though it's been a while since the results were published, we found some of the results quite interesting and timeless enough to dedicate an episode about it. In case you are wondering about the untimeliness of the "cyber-truck with unbreakable windows" referen…
 
For the first Roaring News episode of the year, we decided to look back at 2019 to discuss the stuff we found noteworthy and perhaps take a chance at predicting what the next year will bring. We actually had so much fun recording this, we went way over time, so we decided to split this one into two parts. So here is part one and in two weeks time, …
 
In the effort to hire the best candidates, more and more companies are transforming into distributed organizations where remote working is the way to go. As with any emerging technology, many businesses are still trying to figure out how to make this work and on the other side of the fence, potential employees are looking for guidance on what to ex…
 
Our roving word traveling reporter Dave spent some time at Kube+CloudNativeCon ane AWS re:Invent and in today's News special, we're discussing the differences and similarity between these events. We're not going to cover any of the sessions, but rather talk about the conferences. For creators...Taking place twice a year, once in the US and once in …
 
In the effort to hire the best candidates, more and more companies are transforming into distributed organizations where remote working is the way to go. As with any emerging technology, many businesses are still trying to figure out how to make this work and on the other side of the fence, potential employees are looking for guidance on what to ex…
 
In the effort to hire the best candidates, more and more companies are transforming into distributed organizations where remote working is the way to go. As with any emerging technology, many businesses are still trying to figure out how to make this work and on the other side of the fence, potential employees are looking for guidance on what to ex…
 
Please join us as celebrate four years of podcasting on Big Data and Big Tech. After 166 episodes, we've somehow reached our fourth anniversary and as is by now tradition, we invite guests we had over the year back for this episode to see what they have been up to. The internet: an amazing place to find interesting imagery! :DBig thanks to our gues…
 
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