Adventures in DevOps

DevOps 030: 15 Years of Ubuntu with Martin Wimpress

JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 14th to 15th – register now! Adventures in DevOps' guest, Martin Wimpress, is the engineering director for Ubuntu Desktop, Snapcraft and Developer Advocacy at Canonical the company behind Ubuntu. He speaks about Ubuntu, the OS for most public cloud workloads as well as the emerging categories of smart gateways, self-driving…

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DevOps 029: Kublr, Enterprise Infrastructure Reliability, and Self-Healing Nodes with Slava Koltovich

JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 14th to 15th – register now! Slava works at Kublr. They're focused on helping the Enterprise manage the Cloud Native environments. They help those companies manage their Kubernetes infrastructure. Most of their customers are in the financial sector and wind up managing access and security. Slava talks about the challenges…

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DevOps 028: Chaos Engineering with Gremlin Executives

JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 14th to 15th – register now! In this episode of Adventure in DevOps, the guests speak about the future of software development and reliable systems. They relate this to Chaos Engineering and why more organizations should be doing it. Panelists Nell Shamrell-Harrington Tyler Bird Guests Tammy Butow Kolton Andrus Matt…

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DevOps 027: Quest for Frictionless DevOps with Brent Schroeder from SUSE

Brent Schroeder is the global CTO at SUSE. The discussion begins with a discussion around the open source and devops culture at SUSE. It branches into participation in the CloudFoundry and Cloud Native Computing Foundations. The overarching thing is going beyond development into bringing the Ops into DevOps and removes the friction between Dev and…

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DevOps 026: Implementing Event-driven Microservices with Nikhil Barthwal

Nikhil Barthwal works at Google on Serverless products on Google Cloud Platform. He joins the panel to talk about Implementing Event Driven Microservices. He starts with defining what Microservices are and motivations to move from Monolithic to Microservices. He then dives into distributed data in Microservices and problems associated with it. He goes into details…

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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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