DevOps

Announcing the Cloud 2030 Online Community/Event

Rob Hirschfeld and Stephen Spector announce the launch of a new community/event called Cloud 2030. This concept is based on the past Cloud 2020 event held at Switch in 2010 focused on the future of cloud.

In addition to being a global community of cloud operators this will operate as en event without a fixed schedule. Come join at cloud2030.mn.co to learn more.

James Urquhart on Edge Computing and Flow Evolution

Joining us this week is James Urquhart, Executive Technical Advisor, VMware

James offers additional thoughts to his recent post “Edge Computing and Flow Evolution” on InfoQ. (www.infoq.com/articles/edge-flow-evolution/)

James book can be pre-ordered at www.amazon.com/Flow-Architecture…ion/dp/1492075892

Chris Love and Jay Vyas on their NEW Book, Core Kubernetes

Joining us for this week’s podcast is Jay Vyas, Member of Technical Staff at VMware and Chris Love, Principle Engineer with LionKube.

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Jay and Chris have just published a new book, Core Kubernetes available at www.manning.com/books/core-kubernetes.

About the book
Core Kubernetes is a reference guide designed to teach operators, SREs, and developers how to improve reliability and performance of Kubernetes-based systems. In it, Kubernetes experts Chris Love and Jay Vyas provide a guided tour through all major aspects of Kubernetes, from managing iptables to setting up dynamically scaled clusters that respond to changes in load. You’ll understand the unique security concerns of container-based applications, discover tips to minimize costly unused capacity, and get pro tips for maximizing performance. This awesome collection of undocumented internals, expert techniques, and practical guidance has invaluable information you won’t find anywhere else.

Ohad Maislish of env0 on extending Infrastructure as Code to the Broader Organization

Joining us this week is Ohad Maislish, CEO and Co-Founder of env0.

About env0

We started env0 in 2018 with the goal of helping extend the power of Infrastructure as Code to everyone on the team. We found the IaC frameworks are too focused on the purely technical elements of deploying infrastructure and missed the connection back to the business. And the existing IaC management tools were all focused on just helping the SRE/DevOps team but not actually changing the way that deployments worked.

env0 is dedicated to providing the self service that your team expects from the cloud, while maintaining the governance, cost control, and visibility that you need to securely deploy your infrastructure with confidence.

Chris Short from Red Hat talks Operators and Kubernetes

Joining us this week is Chris Short, Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat.

Chris is also a Cloud Native Ambassador at CNCF as well as the author or DevOps’ish & KubeWeekly.

Joe Duffy at Pulumi on Modern Infrastructure as Code Systems

Joining us this week is Joe Duffy, CEO and Co-Founder of Pulumi.

About Pulumi

Pulumi’s Modern Infrastructure as Code platform provides superpowers for teams to manage any cloud using their favorite languages. Organizations of all sizes, from startups to the Global 2000, have chosen Pulumi for their cloud transformation and modernization needs. Pulumi is based in Seattle, venture-backed and founded by Microsoft, Amazon, and Google software veterans in 2017

Andrew Wertkin from BlueCat talks DNS at the Edge

Joining us this week is Andrew Wertkin, Chief Strategy Officer at BlueCat.

About BlueCat
BlueCat is the Adaptive DNS™ company. The company’s mission is to help the world’s largest organizations thrive on network complexity, from the edge to the core. To do this, BlueCat re-imagined DNS. The result – Adaptive DNS™ – is a dynamic, open, secure, scalable, and automated resource that supports the most challenging digital transformation initiatives, like adoption of hybrid cloud and rapid application development.

Tal Weiss of OverOps on Continuous Reliability in CI/CD Workflows

Joining us this week is Tal Weiss,  CTO & Co-Founder of OverOps.

About OverOps

OverOps was founded by engineers with a vision to change the way the world delivers reliable software. Tired of trying to resolve software errors using manual, noisy log files, the team searched for a better way. We built a powerful break-through solution that empowers developers, QA, DevOps and the business with actionable, code-level insights. Today, large enterprises have come to rely on OverOps to ensure a stable, reliable, software experience.

Super Deep Dive into DHCP, PXE Boot, and Remote Installation

The RackN teams provides an in-depth overview of how DHCP and PXE boot work along with highlights in their remote booting on a Raspberry Pi