show episodes
 
The Azure DevOps Podcast is a show for developers and devops professionals shipping software using Microsoft technologies. Each show brings you hard-hitting interviews with industry experts innovating better methods and sharing success stories. Listen in to learn how to increase quality, ship quickly, and operate well. Hosted by Jeffrey Palermo and sponsored by Clear Measure, Inc.
 
The Sudo Show covers topics ranging from Enterprise Open Source to Cloud Management, but we don't just talk about the technology. We discuss methodologies like DevOps and how to change your team and company cultures to build and grow your people! Need to get more done? Join us as we share our years of experience working from home including our tips and tricks for better productivity! The Sudo Show is a proud member of the Destination Linux Network (https://destinationlinux.network/)!
 
A show about getting your best ideas into the world and seeing what happens. We talk about code, ops, infrastructure, and the people that make it happen. Gerhard Lazu and friends explore all things DevOps, infra, and running apps in production. Whether you’re cloud native, Kubernetes curious, a pro SRE, or just operating a VPS… you’ll love coming along for the ride. Ship It honors the makers, the shippers, and the visionaries that see it through. Some people search for ShipIt or ShipItFM and ...
 
Cloud Posse holds public DevOps “Office Hours” every Wednesday at 11:30am PST to answer questions on all things DevOps/Terraform/Kubernetes/CICD related. These “lunch & learn” style sessions are totally free and really just an opportunity to talk shop, ask questions and get answers.Register here: cloudposse.com/office-hoursBasically, these sessions are an opportunity to get a free weekly consultation with Cloud Posse where you can literally “ask me anything” (AMA). Since we're all engineers, ...
 
Join the brightest SolarWinds minds and IT industry influencers, as they cut through the jargon and give you the tools you need to grow and keep your tech knowledge razor-sharp. Come with questions—leave with actionable steps and practical insights. Have ideas for future episodes or topics? Tweet us @ SolarWinds using #TechPod.
 
The Intrazone, a show about the Microsoft 365 intelligent intranet. This show takes you into the building blocks of your Microsoft 365 intranet. It's about how SharePoint, OneDrive, Teams, Yammer and more fit into your everyday work life – with the goal being to share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to empower teamwork throughout your organization. Hosted by the Microsoft 365 team, along with special guests and experts from both behind the scenes and out in the field, the sho ...
 
Contrast Security provides the industry’s only DevOps-Native AppSec Platform using instrumentation to continuously analyze and protect software from within the application. This enables businesses to see more of the risks in their software and less development delays and AppSec complexity. The Contrast platform integrates seamlessly into development pipelines, enabling easier security bug and vulnerability fixes that significantly speed release cycles. The Contrast Inside AppSec Podcast feat ...
 
I'm setting out to meet interesting people doing awesome work in the world of DevOps. From the creators of your favorite tools to the organizers of amazing conferences, from the authors of great books to fantastic public speakers. I want to introduce you to the most interesting people I can find.
 
From the creators of {unscripted}, ShipTalk is the podcast series on the ins, outs, ups, and downs of software delivery. When it comes to talking ship- scripts need not apply. As the software industry moves rapidly, collectively learning from those in the trenches can be invaluable to your learning journey. Packed with experiences from folks who can answer "I wish they told me this before!" ShipTalk is designed to be conversational and always {unscripted}. If you would like to be a guest on ...
 
Episodes and show notes available at friday.hirelofty.com. An unapologetic show about the culture and chaos of software engineering from the makers and breakers of digital products at Lofty Labs. We build software with Python and Django, Ruby and Rails, Golang, whatever frontend framework we're forced to use because it's popular this month, and anything else to get the job done right. Then on Friday afternoons we have a beer and talk about our regrets on this show.
 
On DevOps on AWS Radio, we cover topics on applying DevOps principles and practices such as Continuous Delivery on the Amazon Web Services cloud. This is what we do at Stelligent for our customers. We’ll bring listeners into our roundtables and speak with engineers who’ve recently published on our blog and we’ll also be reaching out to the wider DevOps on AWS community to get their thoughts and insights.
 
The IBM Rational podcast series is focused on driving skills to help govern the business process of software and systems delivery. The series features video and audio interviews with IBM thought leaders and technical experts, talking to you about adapting the unique needs of business and IT for delivering software and software-based systems, whether on a distributed or mainframe platform. Tune in regularly as Rational Talks to You!
 
Welcome to The Manifest, a podcast all about package management. Your hosts are Alex Pounds and Andrew Nesbitt. Together they explore the technical details of package management, the stories and the history of various projects, and the communities around them too. Every two weeks there will be a brand new interview with a package manager maintainer.
 
Chris and Robert deconstruct world-class Application Security experts, digging deep to find the tools, tactics, projects, and tricks that make them successful. Each episode begins with the guest's security origin story or how they got started in Application Security. Topics range from DevOps+security, secure coding, OWASP, threat modeling, security culture, and anything else they can think of regarding application security. Chris Romeo (@edgeroute) is the CEO of Security Journey, and Robert ...
 
Application Security Weekly decrypts development for the Security Professional - exploring how to inject security into their organization’s Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) in a fluid and transparent way; Learn the tools, techniques, and processes necessary to move at the speed of DevOps (even if you aren’t a DevOps shop yet). The target audience for Application Security Weekly spans the gamut of Security Engineers and Practitioners that need to level-up their skills in the Application ...
 
The internet runs the world, and we talk with the brilliant people behind the scenes who make it happen. Through conversations with software vendors, developers, entrepreneurs, and activists, we’ll dive into the web apps they run and how they’ve enriched people’s lives. Discover something new to power up your next world-changing project, building your confidence to deploy on Fridays. Hosted by Platform.sh: the end-to-end web platform for teams. PS: We deploy on Fridays! Join the discussion b ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Gerhard talks with Charity Majors, ops engineer and accidental startup founder at honeycomb.io about high-performing teams, why “15 minutes or bust,” and how we should start using Honeycomb in our own monolithic Phoenix app that runs changelog.com. There is just one step, and it’s actually really simple! They also talk about how Honeycomb uses Hone…
 
Jeffrey Groman takes the reins and walks Chuck and Will through the latest and greatest security breaches out on the internet. He also walks them through how to operate to avoid being caught by several of these issues. Specifically, he explains the Microsoft issue in the print spooler and the breach of Kaseya and what the implications are within th…
 
Cloud Posse holds public "Office Hours" every Wednesday at 11:30am PST to answer questions on all things related to DevOps, Terraform, Kubernetes, CICD. Basically, it's like an interactive "Lunch & Learn" session where we get together for about an hour and talk shop. These are totally free and just an opportunity to ask us (or our community of expe…
 
#116: Individuals typically love to chase the new bright shiny technology objects. However, most enterprises go in the exact opposite direction and want any "new" technology to be fully proven out, i.e. for years, before that technology has a chance to actually be turned into a live production system. How can we help convince management to think di…
 
Mike Taber is the single founder of Bluetick.io, the SaaS which automates email follow-ups. In this episode, we talk about his life as the single Dev, single Ops, single Marketing, and single everything else in his company. Today's Guest Mike Taber Twitter: @SingleFounder Bluetick: https://bluetick.io/ Founder Cafe: https://www.foundercafe.com/ Res…
 
This week, Jeffrey is joined by Capers Jones! Capers is a software engineer and prolific researcher and publisher. He's written over 17 books on software engineering, software metrics, and software best practices — covering quality, productivity, and many other topics. He is a founder of Namcook Analytics, which is an international software consult…
 
DevOps has shortened the development life cycle for countless applications and is embraced by companies around the world. But managing and monitoring multiple environments is still a major pain point, particularly when companies need to mix cloud and legacy systems. Knowing when services go down and quickly pinpointing the cause is essential for co…
 
In this episode of ShipTalk, we are joined by Joni Klippert who is the CEO of StackHawk. Joni has been in leadership roles in the DevOps space for over a decade helping run and launch exciting products in an ever-evolving space. Joni dove into cloud computing and DevOps and has not stopped growing. In this Master Class, we dive into what it takes t…
 
Transcript Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by LaunchDarkly. Take a look at what it takes to get your code into production. I’m going to just guess that it’s awful because it’s always awful. No one loves their deployment process. What if launching new features didn’t require you to do a full-on code and possibly infrastructure deploy? What …
 
DaShaun Carter is a passionate technologist and life-long learner. DaShaun has owned his own business, worked for companies like VMware and Redis...and he loves his job! Join us as we discuss learning, DevOps, home labs, and so much more! Destination Linux Network Sudo Show Website Sponsor: Bitwarden Sponsor: Digital Ocean Sudo Show Swag Contact Us…
 
If you’ve ever googled a CS or programming question, you likely found an answer (or many) on Stack Overflow. Founded in 2008 and named after a common computing error, Stack Overflow empowers the world to develop technology through collective knowledge. More than 100 million people visit Stack Overflow every month making it one of the 50 most-visite…
 
Episode 3 of the Console DevTools Podcast, a devtools discussion with David Mytton (Co-founder, Console) and Jean Yang (CEO, Akita Software). Tools discussed: Automerge - JSON-like data structure for concurrent writes. Polypane - Browser testing tool Find more interesting tools and beta releases for developers at https://console.dev Other things me…
 
Canonical's wildly popular Ubuntu Linux distribution continues to quietly play a role in the continued widespread adoption of Kubernetes. And that quiet support is as it should be, concluded Kelsey Hightower, Google Cloud Platform principal developer advocate, and Mark Shuttleworth, CEO of Canonical, in this latest episode of The New Stack Makers p…
 
Our out of this world hosts are back on what is both Space Exploration, and Moon Day. In this galactic episode our space cowboys explore why standardization should be the centre of your universe to avoid crash landing. We launch into the news taking flight with an update on the BA breach and a black hole in VW data, plus upcoming events to transpor…
 
In 2003, Google developed a robust cluster management system called Borg. This enabled them to manage clusters with tens of thousands of machines, moving them away from virtual machines and firmly into container management. Then, in 2014, they open sourced a version of Borg called Kubernetes, or K8s. Now, in 2021, CockroachDB is a distributed datab…
 
Network connections can be likened to attending an amusement park, where Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), serves as the ticket to enter the park and the domain name system (DNS) is the map around the park. Network management and security provider Infoblox made a name for itself by collapsing those two core pieces into a single platform f…
 
Governments, consumers, and companies across the world are becoming more aware and attentive to the risks and causes of climate change. From recycling to using solar power, people are looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint. Markets like the financial sector, governments, and consulting are looking for ways to understand climate data to m…
 
This week in the AppSec News: Security from code comments, visualizing decision trees, bypassing Windows Hello, security analysis of Telegram, paying for patient bug bounty programs, cloud risks, & more! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw158…
 
Automation has been a disaster for the traditional database administration (DBA) role. As more systems and processes are automated away with code, the need for DBAs decreases. In time, the role of a DBA may disappear altogether. This ongoing series will examine who DBAs are, what they do, and where they'll go once their job has been replaced by a h…
 
In the wake of events such as the Solarwinds breach, there has been a lot of misinformation about the role of open source in DevSecOps. GitLab believes everyone benefits when everyone can contribute. Open source plays a key role in how GitLab addresses DevSecOps. We will discuss GitLab's view of the role of open source in DevSecOps including recent…
 
Big data analytics is the process of collecting data, processing and cleaning it, then analyzing it with techniques like data mining, predictive analytics, and deep learning. This process requires a suite of tools to operate efficiently. Data analytics can save companies money, drive product development, and give insight into the market and custome…
 
This episode features HashiCorp's Adeel Ahmad, Lead Implementation Services, EMEA.Join us as we chat with Adeel his background in network engineering, migrating from datacenter to cloud, and how to think about scaling risk and compliance across an organization.HCP Vault: https://cloud.hashicorp.com/HashiCorp Sentinel: https://www.hashicorp.com/sent…
 
Transcript Corey: This episode is sponsored in part byLaunchDarkly. Take a look at what it takes to get your code into production. I’m going to just guess that it’s awful because it’s always awful. No one loves their deployment process. What if launching new features didn’t require you to do a full-on code and possibly infrastructure deploy? What i…
 
Kevin Greene is the Director of Security Solutions at Parasoft and has extensive experience and expertise in software security, cyber research and development, and DevOps. He leverages his knowledge to create meaningful solutions and technologies to improve software security practices. Kevin and I had a conversation to discuss software security fro…
 
Kaizen means “change for the better”, continuous improvement in this context. Failure is essential to learning, but how do we learn as a team? The simplest thing is to regularly dedicate time for taking a step back, talking about what works & what doesn’t, maybe writing some of it down, and eventually deciding what should improve next. I intend to …
 
When it comes to at-scale software development, is continuous delivery and release automation (CDRA) the next step in the evolution of continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD)? Forrester Research thinks so. The analysis firm describes CDRA as a way for organizations to deliver better-quality software faster and more securely, by automatin…
 
Jeffrey, Will, and Chuck dive into the question "How do you know whether or not you want to take a job?" during and after the interview. The discussion ranges through what to ask employers, knowing what you want from the job, and how to determine before and after the interview whether the job offer is a good fit for you. Panel Charles Max Wood Jeff…
 
Episode 2 of the Console DevTools Podcast, a devtools discussion with David Mytton (Co-founder, Console) and Jean Yang (CEO, Akita Software). Tools discussed: GitHub Copilot - AI pair programming for VS Code. Tuple - Screen sharing optimized for developers. Find more interesting tools and beta releases for developers at https://console.dev Other th…
 
Cloud Posse holds public "Office Hours" every Wednesday at 11:30am PST to answer questions on all things related to DevOps, Terraform, Kubernetes, CICD. Basically, it's like an interactive "Lunch & Learn" session where we get together for about an hour and talk shop. These are totally free and just an opportunity to ask us (or our community of expe…
 
Learning new tools is hard enough on its own. But then you often have to install software, set up a working environment, download a dev kit, or more. Our Education team recently released the new Puppet Practice Labs, which let you learn the Puppet ecosystem at your own pace and remove all these impediments from your progress. The labs run right in …
 
The amount of data created has doubled every year, presenting a host of challenges for organizations: security and privacy issues for starters, but also storage costs. What situations call for that data move to decentralized cloud storage rather than on-prem or even a single public cloud storage setup? What are the advantages and challenges of a de…
 
#115: Are you still logging in and making manual changes to your servers and applications or have you started on the path to not only no touch production, but to no touch everything? If you aren't moving in that direction, why not? Security Operations, Reliability, and Securing Google with Heather Adkins https://cloud.withgoogle.com/cloudsecurity/p…
 
Want to give your ears a break and read this as an article? You’re looking for this link. https://www.lastweekinaws.com/blog/Corey-Writes-Open—Source-Code-for-Lambda-and-Tailscale Never miss an episode Join the Last Week in AWS newsletter Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts Help the show Leave a review Share your feedback Subscribe wherever yo…
 
Data science is an interdisciplinary field that combines strong technical skills with industry knowledge to perform a large range of jobs. Data scientists solve business questions with hands-on work cleaning and analyzing data, building machine learning models and applying algorithms, and generating dynamic visuals and tools to understand the world…
 
In the AppSec news, a password manager makes predictable mistakes, Trusted Types terminate DOM XSS, waking up from PrintNightmare, understanding hardware fault injections. Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw157
 
The truth is, most web app and API security tools were designed for a very different era. A time before developers and security practitioners worked together, before applications were globally distributed and API-based. But attackers are developers too, and they aren’t bogged down by the limitations of legacy solutions. It’s never been more clear t…
 
In this episode we discuss the new Move Fast book, as well as many aspects of the current state of software engineering. Daliana Liu interviews Jeff Meyerson, host of Software Daily and author of Move Fast. This interview was also recorded as a video podcast. Check out the video on the Software Daily YouTube channel. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@…
 
Did you know Microsoft Lists could do this or that? In this episode, we hope you’ll find a few useful, hidden gems to jumpstart your information tracking in Microsoft 365. Maybe you’re just getting started or have been at it for a while. Regardless, Lists can help you and your team across numerous scenarios - tracking issues, managing assets, suppo…
 
Once they have piloted Kubernetes, many organizations then want to scale up their K8s deployments, and run workloads across many clusters. But managing multiple clusters requires a new set of tools, ones that automate many routine and manual tasks. So, for its fifth Tech Radar report, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation surveyed the tools availab…
 
Erik Dietrich is the author of "The Expert Beginner", which expands on the Dreyfus model of skill acquisition with the addition of the "Expert Beginner", one who stops learning, incorrectly believing they have achieved expert level. We discuss factors that lead to this phenomenon and how to detect it in yourself and overcome the trap if you've fall…
 
Big Data has exploded the past decade as cloud computing and more efficient hardware made scaling essentially limitless. Products like Uber revolve entirely around analyzing data to provide rides. According to an EMC/IDC study, there was approximately 5.2TB of data for every person in 2020. That estimate was made before the transition to remote wor…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login