Adventures in DevOps

DevOps 025: Oracle Cloud with Bob Quillin

Bob Quillin is Vice President of Oracle Cloud Developer Relations. He joins the Adventure to talk about the direction of Cloud computing and what's new and upcoming in the Oracle cloud. Panelist Nell Shamrell-Harrington Charles Max Wood Guests Bob Quillin Sponsors UpCloud | Use promo code: "devchat" for $25 off Gremlin | Chaos Engineering Platform…

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DevOps 024: Monitoring Multi-Cloud Environments with Sean Porter | Sensu

Sean Porter is the CTO and co-founder of Sensu Inc. Sensu is a project that helps cloud native devops engineers track issues across the cloud and multiple clouds. He gives us the story of where Sensu came from and how it is used now. Panelist Charles Max Wood Guests Sean Porter Sponsors UpCloud | Use…

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DevOps 023: Tools for Issues Resolution with Troy McAlpin and Tobias Dunn-Krahn

Troy and Tobias work at xMatters providing tools that help devops engineers manage things when they go wrong. Their tools at xMatters provide information that makes is easier to track down problems. Running a service like xMattters also allows them to become experts in how workflows should go to empower people to fix issues. Follow…

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DevOps 022: Debugging Multi-Layer or Multi-Node Applications with Or Weis

Or Weis is the CEO of Rookout. He walks us through the problems of tracking bugs through multiple layers, services, and nodes. He talks about how to aggregate, sort through, and intelligently use the information provided from each of your infrastructure nodes to find problems in your applications. This is the cure for logging FOMO….

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DevOps 021: The Ideal Pipeline with Stephen Chin

In this episode of Adventures in DevOps Charles Max Wood interviews Stephen Chin. Stephen runs developer relations at JFrog. Stephen starts by sharing what JFrog has to offer and their most recent announcements. Including their new free version of Aritfactory.  Charles and Stephen consider the biggest trends to emerge in 2019 and speculate on what’s…

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DevOps 020: Kui with The IBM Cloud Research Team

In this episode of Adventures in DevOps Charles Max Wood interviews Priya Nagpurkar, Paul Castro and Nick Mitchell. They all work for IBM and are here to talk about their new DevOps tool Kui. They start by explains what the IBM cloud research team is all about and what motivates them. Their goal is to…

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DevOps 019: DevOps Next Generation with Lance Albertson

In this episode of Adventures in DevOps the panel interviews Lance Albertson. Lance Albertson works for the Oregon State Open Source Lab. The lab is a program at the Oregon State University that provides the infrastructure to open source projects. The program works with graduate students who walk away with valuable hands-on experience in DevOps….

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DevOps 018: How We Killed DevOps? with Adam Nowak

In this episode of Adventures in DevOps the pane interviews Adam Nowak. Adam is a part of the DevOps team at Netguru. He joins the panel today to share his DevOps transformation story. Adam starts by explaining the title he chose for today’s episode. He also shares his definition of DevOps. Adam explains the age-old…

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DevOps 017: Improving User Experience by Logging with Grant Schofield

In this episode Adventures in DevOps, the panel interviews Grant Schofield. Grant is Director of Infrastructure at Humio. He being by discussing the growth of logging and logging tools. Grant explains the business value of logging and analytics. He shares some real-life examples of how longing helped gain insight into the user experience.  The panel…

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DevOps 016: Kubernetes as Infrastructure Abstraction with Oleg Chunikin

In this episode of Adventures in DevOps the panel interviews Oleg Chuninkin, CTO of Kublr. Oleg starts by explains what Kublr is all about and how he got the idea of using Kubernetes as an infrastructure abstraction. He and the Kublr team were trying to decide the most productive way to think of Kubernetes.    …

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DevOps 015: Shiplane with John Epperson

This episode of Adventures in DevOps is joined by John Epperson. John is a developer and has worked in DevOps for his whole career spanning about 12 years. He is also the author of Shiplane. John made Shiplane after working with Docker for a while and getting fed up with some features not being as…

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DevOps 014: Continuous Delivery With Julian Fahrer

Julian Fahrer is a software engineer with a systems administration and operations background. He currently works at Hover and is helping them move towards continuous delivery.  Nell opens up the discussion by asking Julian to explain what continuous integration and continuous delivery are. He shares that continuous integration revolves around having testing and automation around…

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