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TestGuild Performance Testing and SRE is a weekly podcast hosted by Joe Colantonio, which geeks out on all things software performance testing related. TestGuild Performance Podcast covers news found in the performance testing space, reviews books about software performance and speaks with some of the thought leaders in the Performance and Site Reliability field. We’ll aim to interview some of today’s most successful and inspiring software engineers thought leaders.
 
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Ronak Nathani, Austin Ouyang, Guang Yang

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The Software Misadventures Podcast is where we sit down with software and devops experts to hear their stories from the trenches about how software breaks in production. The show hosts - Ronak, Austin and Guang - have seen first hand how stressful it is when something breaks in production but they have also found it to be the best opportunity to learn about a system more deeply. On this show, they discuss with fellow engineers the principles and practical tips to build resilient software as ...
 
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@deeeet and @rrreeeyyy

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A podcast hosted by @deeeet and @rrreeeyyy. We talk about infrastructure, SRE, and platform engineering. Please reach us on Twitter at @e34fm or by email at hello@e34.fm.
 
Software engineers, architects and team leads have found inspiration to drive change and innovation in their team by listening to the weekly InfoQ Podcast. They have received essential information that helped them validate their software development map. We have achieved that by interviewing some of the top CTOs, engineers and technology directors from companies like Uber, Netflix and more. Over 1,200,000 downloads in the last 3 years.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
We made a march towards continuous development, and we changed the way we develop, build, deploy, secure, and monitor software. Do you think you missed this march? The good news is that it's actually happening continuously. Join us! We' re part of it too. We observe it, we document it, and we tell it. In each episode of The DevOps FaunCast, we'll treat you to an in-depth talk about a topic related to DevOps, SRE, distributed computing, Kubernetes, cloud computing, containers and other simila ...
 
Software developers, platform engineers, and sysadmin/operators listen to the weekly Ambassador Labs podcasts in order to learn how to build cloud platforms and create an effective developer experience (DevEx) for deploying container-based applications to Kubernetes. We also discuss best practices for releasing functionality via continuous delivery pipelines, and we investigate the latest developer tooling, API gateway technology (e.g Envoy), and service mesh implementations. We interview pr ...
 
Cloud Unfiltered is a series of interviews with the people that are working to move cloud technology and implementation forward. This includes everyone from software engineers and open source project leads to IT executives and cloud users. In these interviews we talk about different cloud architectures, management models, and deployment strategies. We discuss platform compatibility, the culture changes required for cloud success, and the complimentary technologies that are making cloud more ...
 
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In the podcast, I spoke with Meenakshi Kaushik and Neelima Mukiri from Cisco team on responsible AI and machine learning bias and how to address the biases when using ML in our applications.Meenakshi Kaushik currently works in the product management team at Cisco. She leads Kubernetes and AI/ML product offerings in the organization. Meenakshi has i…
 
Zac Smith, managing director Equinix Metal, is sharing how Equinix Metal runs the best hardware and networking in the industry, why pairing magical software with the right hardware is the future, and what Open19 means for sustainability in the data centre. Think modular components that slot in (including CPUs), liquid cooling that converts heat int…
 
In this episode, Mark, Henrik, and Leandro jump back at analyzing the performance requirements. A topic that has changed and evolved considerably since last time the PerfByters reviewed it. Catch up and do not miss the mention of the other channels! Is it observable: https://www.youtube.com/c/IsitObservable Señor Performo English: https://www.youtu…
 
Wes Reisz, Matthew Clark, Gwen Shapira, and Ian Thomas discuss the evolution of event-driven architectures over the decades, the advantages that EDA offers, and thoughts for the future.Read a transcript of this interview: https://bit.ly/2Z3b1t5Subscribe to our newsletters:- The InfoQ weekly newsletter: www.infoq.com/news/InfoQ-Newsletter/- The Soft…
 
This week Gerhard is chatting with Romano Roth, Head of DevOps at Zühlke, a company founded by Gerhard Zühlke in 1968. Nowadays they help companies all over the world build, ship and run anything from factory robots, to AI assistants in complex regulatory environments, and even medical devices that perform autonomous robotic surgery. When Romano is…
 
Do you know that you can use Cypress for performance testing? In this audio tutorial episode, Marie Drake, a Cypress Ambassador & a Tech Blogger, shares how to add performance testing to your Cypress test suites. Discover why performance is essential, the two main types of performance, step-by-step instructions on getting set up, and listening in o…
 
Kailash Nadh is the CTO of Zerodha, India’s largest retail stockbroker. Zerodha powers a large volume of stock trades - ~15-20% of India’s daily volume which is significantly more daily transactions than Robinhood. Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts The focus of this episode is the technology and mindset behind Zerodha - the key technology …
 
Cory is currently a Solutions Engineer at Jeli.io and very well known in the community for his work on Observability. His career in observability began at Twitter where he managed the observability team and then he joined Stripe, where he created and led the observability team, this time around as a Principal Engineer. We talk to him about how he g…
 
In this episode, Gerhard is joined by Cyrille Le Clerc, Product Manager Lead on Observability at Elastic, and Oleg Nenashev, Principal Engineer at CloudBees. It all started with Oleg’s tweet back in July, in which he was promoting Akihiro Kiuchi’s work on Jenkins monitoring with OpenTelemetry. This was done in the context of Google’s Summer of Code…
 
In the second set of interviews from KubeCon North America 2021, Gerhard and Liz Rice talk about eBPF superpowers - Cilium + Hubble - and what’s it like to work with Duffie Cooley. Jared Watts shares the story behind Crossplane reaching incubating status, and Dan Mangum tells us what it was like to be at this KubeCon in person. Dan’s new COO role (…
 
In this episode we have an illuminating chat with Sebastien Goasguen, the CTO of Triggermesh! Sebastien discusses the current state of serverless and event driven infrastructure.* Key takeaways:- Kubernetes is not as hard as people make it to be these days- A declarative API mindset is key to building distributed applications across Clouds.- Server…
 
Ganesh Datta is the CTO and co-founder of Cortex, a microservice management platform. Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts We continue the age-old monolith/microservice debate and dig into why companies seem to like services so much (I’m generally cautious about such migrations). Ganesh has a ton of insights into developer productivity and to…
 
As you’ve probably heard, Kubernetes has become the new application server of modern cloud-native applications. But how do you avoid performance issues and increase efficiency when adopting Kubernetes? In this episode, Stefano Doni, Chief Technology Officer at Akamas, shares his approach to using AI to optimize your experience. Discover key Kuberne…
 
2021年10月のニュースとしてConferenceやDeveloper Experience,Facebook Outageを取り上げました. Shownotes ⛩️ Opening https://twitter.com/rrreeeyyy/status/1442034825443958788 How We Harden Platform Security at Mercari | CloudNative Days Tokyo 2021 Scaling Kubernetes Tenant Management with Hierarchical Namespaces Controller 🧘Follow-up https://github.com/open-telemetry/open…
 
Producing television shows and movies at Netflix-scale (i.e. one new movie per week instead of one or two per year) means having a way to efficiently work with many artists and content creators. Netflix Workstations were created as a cloud-based solution to provide artists with secure access to the applications and content they need to complete the…
 
This is Gerhard’s first set of interviews from KubeCon North America 2021. William Morgan shares with us some of the finer Linkerd details, such as the underlying security theme, why native Kubernetes objects are preferable to more CRDs, and the joy of meeting team members in person. Frederic Branczyk speaks about Parca, a new continuous system pro…
 
Continuous performance testing is nothing new, but one of the biggest pitfalls of a reliable automated performance test is the manual analysis of its results. In this episode, performance testing expert Joey Hendricks will share his approach to automating much of the analysis of your runs. Discover how to embed an automated analysis approach in you…
 
Sustainable Software Engineering is an emerging discipline at the intersection of climate science, software, hardware, electricity markets, and data center design. In the most recent InfoQ Trends Report on architecture, the InfoQ team added designing for sustainability for the first time, suggesting that it's emerging because people are realizing t…
 
This week Gerhard is talking with Arnaud Porterie, founder of EchoesHQ, a new utility that measures and communicates engineering activity. They start by re-creating the 60 seconds Y Combinator pitch, and then shift focus to what it was like to get EchoesHQ off the ground. Next, they tackle something which is always on Gerhard’s mind: Why is it impo…
 
Johannes Schindelin is the maintainer (BDFL) of Git for Windows. Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts Git is a fundamental piece of the software community, and we get to learn the history and inner workings of the project in this episode. Maintaining a widely-used open source project involves a ton of expected complexity around handling bug r…
 
Domain storytelling is a technique for understanding a business domain by relying on people’s natural ability to learn a new language by listening to other people speaking that language. In this episode of the podcast, Stefan Hofer and Henning Schwentner cover when to use domain storytelling, what is involved in the pictographic language, and how t…
 
In today’s episode, Gerhard is talking to Sam Alba, Docker’s first employee, and Solomon Hykes, the Docker co-founder. Together with Andrea Luzzardi, they are the creators of Dagger, a universal deployment engine that trades YAML for CUE, and uses Buildkit as the runtime. Why? Because we should stop rewriting the same application deployment logic i…
 
Ashwin is a Startup Partnership Lead at Stripe. From web development to co-founding a YC startup, to deep learning, Ashwin has a knack for picking up new skills extremely quickly. In this episode, we chat about the methods he employed to successfully make these transitions, learnings/tips from winning 30+ hackathons in a row, and what engineers can…
 
Dr. Rosaria Silipo is currently the head of data science evangelism at KNIME, spelled KNIME, the open-source data analytics platform. She is the author of 50+ technical publications, including books like “Codeless Deep Learning with KNIME,” “Practicing Data Science: A Collection of Case Studies” and “Guide to Intelligent Data Science.” She holds a …
 
Today we have a very special episode, where Gerhard gets to share his favourite learnings from Steve Jobs. If it wasn’t for his determination to build a better personal computer, Gerhard would have most likely continued with a career in physics. We know what you’re thinking: it’s crazy and impossible to interview Steve Jobs, but on his 10th memoria…
 
Guido van Rossum is the creator of the Python programming language and a Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft. Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts We discuss Guido’s new work on making CPython faster (PEP 659), Tiers of Python Interpreter Execution, and high impact, low hanging fruit performance improvements. Highlights (an edited summary) [0…
 
The WebAssembly Component Model is a language-neutral approach to building web assembly applications in small units that can be assembled into a larger application. Using the metaphor of lego blocks, Lin Clark (a Senior Principal Software Engineer at Fastly) discusses the background, roadmap, and design goals for creating the Web Assembly Component…
 
As you may know, the UQCS AGM is coming up, and at the AGM we will elect a new committee for 2022. UQCS has been around for just over 10 years, and we thought that now would be a great time to have a chat to some of the past president and talk to them about what they learned during their time at the helm of one of UQ’s largest technology focused so…
 
Things go wrong all the time. We all make mistakes. And that is okay. What is not okay, is to think that it won’t happen, or that there will be someone else around when it does. In that moment, it doesn’t matter who wrote that module, package or microservice. But there is a better way to think about this, and there is an approach that makes people …
 
Do you know the history of real user monitoring (RUM) tools? In this episode, Shashwat Sehgal of Splunk breaks down the past, present, and future of RUM in the modern era. Discover what RUM is, three ways it’s underutilized, how it fits into the DevOps SRE landscape, and why it's more important now than ever. Listen up!…
 
Abhay Venkatesh is a Software Engineer at Anduril Industries where he focuses on infrastructure and platform engineering. Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts We focus this episode on drone engineering - exploring the theme of “If I wanted to start my own technology project/company that manages drones, what technology bits would I need to kno…
 
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