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The New Stack Makers

By The New Stack

Technologists building and managing new stack architectures join us for short conversations at conferences out on the tech conference circuit. These are the people defining how applications are developed and managed at scale.

  1. 1.
    Episode 537: Threads and Threats When Computers Think and Biases Emerge -- Part 211/21/2019
    34:11
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    Episode 536: Threads and Threats When Computers Think and Biases Emerge -- Part I11/21/2019
    34:09
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    Episode 535: Docker Security Fundamentals and Best Practices11/12/2019
    20:53
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    Episode 534: The Challenge of Machine Learning and How DevOps and the Edge Will Modernize Data Science11/11/2019
    35:21
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    Episode 533: KubeCon Preview: Kubernetes and Community at VMware11/06/2019
    45:43
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    Episode 532: How Developers Compare Around the World When It Comes to Kubernetes11/04/2019
    25:33
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    Episode 531: How to Build a Tech Community that Motivates Even the Unpaid10/31/2019
    38:33
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    Episode 530: Instant Data in a Post-DevOps World Comes Down to State10/30/2019
    27:48
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    Episode 529: Informing Spinnaker’s Continuous Delivery Platform with Kubernetes Through Open Source Best Practices10/29/2019
    26:24
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    Episode 528: NetApp: Data Fabrics for Data That Is Everywhere10/28/2019
    26:57
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    Episode 527: GitLab's Meltano, a Data Pipeline That Uses Git as the Source of Truth10/25/2019
    21:54
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    Episode 526: How Pivotal Helped Dell Become 'Startup-Fast'10/24/2019
    23:51
  5. 13.
    Episode 525: Why Container Security Has No Easy Answers10/23/2019
    40:49
  6. 14.
    Episode 524: Making Data Readily Available for Developers10/21/2019
    31:31
  7. 15.
    Episode 523: How Software Makes a Porsche More Than Just A Car10/17/2019
    25:42
  8. 16.
    Episode 522: The Patterns Behind Java, Kubernetes and Modern Distributed Systems10/17/2019
    34:53
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    Episode 521: Why NetApp Wants You to Have One Safe Foundation for Any Infrastructure10/15/2019
    27:10
  10. 18.
    Episode 520: Pivotal SpringOne Platform Keynote Overview: Is Kubernetes Boring Yet?10/14/2019
    25:34
  11. 19.
    Episode 519: Two Open Source Advocates on How They Build Community Through Education10/10/2019
    20:53
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    Episode 518: How NetApp's Trident Helps Kubernetes with Stateful Workloads10/09/2019
    42:23
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    Episode 517: How Switzerland's Largest Telecom Met Its At-Scale-Development Goals10/08/2019
    23:19
  14. 22.
    Episode 516: Don't let SREs Leave Cybersecurity Behind10/07/2019
    25:57
  15. 23.
    Episode 515: Security Automation and Closing the Software Development Life Cycle Loop10/03/2019
    26:54
  16. 24.
    Episode 514: CI/CD in Kubernetes10/01/2019
    21:43
  17. 25.
    Episode 513: T-Mobile’s ‘Eye Opening’ Shift to GitOps09/26/2019
    25:30
  18. 26.
    Episode 512: Quarks vs. Eirini: What's the Difference?09/25/2019
    22:07
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    Episode 511: GitLab’s Growth — Deep Transparency Makes a Difference09/24/2019
    22:40
  20. 28.
    Episode 510: How InfluxDB Now Extends to a ‘Pay as You Scale’ Model on the Cloud09/23/2019
    30:41
  21. 29.
    Episode 509: Github and Developer Advocacy In and Outside a Business09/18/2019
    28:40
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    Episode 508: Netlify's Head of Community Perry Eising on Creating Accessible and Inclusive Tech Events09/17/2019
    21:09
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    Episode 507: User Journey & Developer Persona, with Dormain Drewitz, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Pivotal09/16/2019
    24:33
  24. 32.
    Episode 506: Storage in a DevOps World09/11/2019
    30:18
  25. 33.
    Episode 505: Ushering in the The Industry 4.0 Age with InfluxData and the OPC-UA Server09/10/2019
    29:51
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    Episode 504: What You May Not Know About What Open Source Means for Your Organization09/09/2019
    29:05
  27. 35.
    Episode 503: This Week In Machine Learning & AI Introduces the TWIMLcon Conference09/05/2019
    29:22
  28. 36.
    Episode 502: What is GitOps and Why It Might Be The Next Big Thing09/04/2019
    28:18
  29. 37.
    Episode 501: Progressive Delivering Distributed Systems with Canarying, Service Meshes, and Chaos Engineering08/26/2019
    41:28
  30. 38.
    Episode 500: How a Leading Gambling Software Maker Staves Off Observability Chaos08/22/2019
    42:57
  31. 39.
    Episode 499: Eric Brewer on Why Envoy and Istio are the Future of Networking08/21/2019
    29:06
  32. 40.
    Episode 498: GitLab’s CD Journey Without Kubernetes08/20/2019
    25:18
  33. 41.
    Episode 497: Accessibility as an Essential Part of the Inclusive Developer Experience08/13/2019
    28:56
  34. 42.
    Episode 496: Splice Machine Allows Businesses to Modernize AND Keep Customized Programs08/12/2019
    36:29
  35. 43.
    Episode 495: TC Sessions Preview: Why Software is the New 5-Year Growth Plan for the Enterprise08/08/2019
    52:14
  36. 44.
    Episode 494: How Graph Databases are Changing Our Relationships with Data08/07/2019
    44:32
  37. 45.
    Episode 493: Intel's AI4Good: Good News for a Change07/31/2019
    26:15
  38. 46.
    Episode 492: What the Paradigmatic Shift in Machine Learning Means for DevOps07/30/2019
    38:52
  39. 47.
    Episode 491: Cloud Foundry Sees Challenges Worldwide, Exciting Differences in China07/29/2019
    29:31
  40. 48.
    Episode 490: Can the Tech Industry Curb Climate Change and Inequality?07/25/2019
    37:40
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    Episode 489: How A China-Based Bare Metal Provider Solved a Problem with Open Source07/24/2019
    22:34
  42. 50.
    Episode 488: The Evolution of the Site Reliability Engineer07/23/2019
    29:04
  43. 51.
    Episode 487: How PingCAP’s TikV Is Set to Process Transactions from China's 800 Million Internet Shoppers07/17/2019
    28:19
  44. 52.
    Episode 486: Want Career Stability? Look to Infrastructure, says Tameika Reed, founder of Women in Linux07/15/2019
    29:56
  45. 53.
    Episode 485: OpenFaaS Creator on the Success of Open Source's Community-Funding Model07/11/2019
    34:19
  46. 54.
    Episode 484: The Continuous Delivery Foundation Gets a Reality Check07/10/2019
    56:44
  47. 55.
    Episode 483: What Makes Docker So Important07/08/2019
    25:57
  48. 56.
    Episode 482: Leadership in the Open Source Community07/05/2019
    17:33
  49. 57.
    Episode 481: How to Build Open Source Sustainability07/03/2019
    29:51
  50. 58.
    Episode 480: A Google Product Manager on Where Your Container Security Begins and Ends06/28/2019
    30:57
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    Episode 479: Kubernetes Co-Founders Field Hard Questions on Kubernetes’ Past, Present and Future06/27/2019
    30:20
  52. 60.
    Episode 478: Making Kafka Cloud Native06/26/2019
    21:06
  53. 61.
    Episode 477: The Cloud Native Computing Foundation's Technical Oversight Committee06/25/2019
    30:05
  54. 62.
    Episode 476: Best Practices Across the DevSecOps Lifecycle06/24/2019
    23:41
  55. 63.
    Episode 475: Why Your Organization Cannot Live on Git Alone06/21/2019
    26:22
  56. 64.
    Episode 474: How Service Meshes and Kubernetes Will Close Gap Between Speed and Security06/20/2019
    23:48
  57. 65.
    Episode 473: Rebuilding AI Toward a Feminist Alexa06/19/2019
    28:29
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    Episode 472: How Two High-Performance Computing Projects Got a Boost on Cloud Native06/18/2019
    37:04
  59. 67.
    Episode 471: CNCF, Docker Say They Are (Even More) Serious About Security06/17/2019
    30:07
  60. 68.
    Episode 470: Pulumi CEO Cuts Through the Chafe, Describes Your Real Relationship with Kubernetes06/14/2019
    25:16
  61. 69.
    Episode 469: Container Security, Unverified Images, and Docker Vulnerabilities06/12/2019
    27:57
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    Episode 468: Corporate Open Source and the Grassroots Success of DevOps Days06/11/2019
    37:52
  63. 71.
    Episode 467: Tips for Installing a Service Mesh: Start with the Pain06/10/2019
    27:59
  64. 72.
    Episode 466: Microsoft's Chloe Condon On all Things Developer Advocacy06/07/2019
    39:02
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    Episode 465: How One of The Netherlands’ Largest Banks Got CI/CD06/04/2019
    30:08
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    Episode 464: Oracle’s Vision of the Role of an SRE Today and Tomorrow06/03/2019
    27:16
  67. 75.
    Episode 463: Why Open Source Developers Should Not Miss OSCON05/31/2019
    25:00
  68. 76.
    Episode 462: What’s Next for Service Meshes05/29/2019
    34:32
  69. 77.
    Episode 461: Serverless, API Gateways and Challenges in Today’s Cloud Native World05/28/2019
    30:58
  70. 78.
    Episode 460: A Conversation with the Co-Founder of WordPress on the Importance of Open Source05/20/2019
    20:21
  71. 79.
    Episode 459: Larry Peterson Identifies How Service Mesh can Help Telcos as They Move into Microservices05/14/2019
    28:31
  72. 80.
    Episode 458: Building the Woke Web: Accessibility and Social Justice in Software Development05/13/2019
    10:59
  73. 81.
    Episode 457: How Empathy Will Make You a Better Developer05/08/2019
    23:13
  74. 82.
    Episode 456: Real Steps to Take to Go Beyond DevSecOps as a Concept05/06/2019
    19:42
  75. 83.
    Episode 455: One SRE’s Journey When Cloud Infrastructures Became What They are Today05/01/2019
    41:02
  76. 84.
    Episode 454: A Pivotal Craftsperson on Software Development Today04/30/2019
    40:01
  77. 85.
    Episode 453: How Cloud Foundry Has Cast its Net Wide04/29/2019
    20:31
  78. 86.
    Episode 452: Ramin Keene of Fuzzbox on Experimenting in Production04/24/2019
    27:18
  79. 87.
    Episode 451: A Brief History of GraphQL with Lee Byron04/23/2019
    30:11
  80. 88.
    Episode 450: The Evolution Of APIs: Past And Present04/22/2019
    20:49
  81. 89.
    Episode 449: Cloud Foundry's CTO on What Partnerships Mean Today for Open Source04/18/2019
    23:45
  82. 90.
    Episode 448: How Service Meshes Found a Former Space Dust Researcher04/16/2019
    33:46
  83. 91.
    Episode 447: Cloud Foundry Summit’s Theme of Interoperability and Eirini04/15/2019
    25:48
  84. 92.
    Episode 446: Machine Learning AI Finds its Place in the Production Pipeline04/10/2019
    37:15
  85. 93.
    Episode 445: Defensive Strategies for Your Stack04/09/2019
    28:46
  86. 94.
    Episode 444: Why Containers Are Sweet Targets for Ransomware Attacks04/04/2019
    21:57
  87. 95.
    Episode 443: How to Begin Your Journey as a Contributor to the Linux Kernel04/02/2019
    20:59
  88. 96.
    Episode 442: What 200 Software Developers Had to Say about ‘Remaking the World’04/01/2019
    41:48
  89. 97.
    Episode 441: What Could Have Gone Wrong Before containerd03/26/2019
    18:51
  90. 98.
    Episode 440: The Certainties About Your Job as an SRE03/25/2019
    31:32
  91. 99.
    Episode 439: 'Genius Can Be Found Anywhere,' Techtonic Group's Heather Terenzio Explains03/20/2019
    25:47
  92. 100.
    Episode 438: Unlocking the Value of AI at Scale, with Jack Norris, SVP at MapR03/19/2019
    27:30
  93. 101.
    Episode 437: The Great Security Shift to the Left03/13/2019
    25:44
  94. 102.
    Episode 436: CI/CD Gets Standardization and Governance03/12/2019
    22:51
  95. 103.
    Episode 435: Twistlock Brings Container-Native Security to VMs03/05/2019
    24:22
  96. 104.
    Episode 434: Removing What You Hate from Software Development03/04/2019
    28:40
  97. 105.
    Episode 433: Dr. Ayesha Khanna, CEO and founder of ADDO.ai on Alleviating the Fear of AI02/27/2019
    29:23
  98. 106.
    Episode 432: Masha Sedova Explains how Elevate Security’s game Hacker’s Mind Teaches Security02/25/2019
    27:55
  99. 107.
    Episode 431: War Stories About Edge Computing on Kubernetes02/21/2019
    22:08
  100. 108.
    Episode 430: How ‘Secure’ Your Cloud Native Can Be02/20/2019
    32:54
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    Episode 429: Explaining Explainable AI: Camille Eddy on Looking into the Black Box02/18/2019
    24:19
  102. 110.
    Episode 428: The Changing Face of APM02/15/2019
    34:38
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    Episode 427: Plastic SCM Mergebots: Version Control for CI/CD02/14/2019
    31:11
  104. 112.
    Episode 426: Eliminate the Stress of Deployment with LaunchDarkly's Feature Flags02/11/2019
    29:06
  105. 113.
    Episode 425: Conquering the Terror of Cloud Native Monitoring02/07/2019
    26:52
  106. 114.
    Episode 424: What Open Source Really Means Today02/06/2019
    25:49
  107. 115.
    Episode 423: The Must-Haves for Making the Cloud Native Shift02/05/2019
    31:25
  108. 116.
    Episode 422: Cloud Native DevOps with JenkinsX02/04/2019
    33:26
  109. 117.
    Episode 421: Filling in the Dev and Ops Gap in Cloud Native Deployments02/01/2019
    31:26
  110. 118.
    Episode 420: IT is Dead. Long Live IT says Nutanix CIO Wendy Pfeiffer01/31/2019
    29:38
  111. 119.
    Episode 419: A Day in The Life of a Star Rancher Developer01/30/2019
    38:19
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    Episode 418: Tom O'Neill of Periscope Data on What Data Scientists Do and Why You Care01/29/2019
    26:52
  113. 121.
    Episode 417: CNCF’s Director Of Ecosystem On Her Life Before And After Google01/28/2019
    25:54
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    Episode 416: How Raygun Co-Founder and CEO Spun Gold Out of Monitoring Agony01/25/2019
    36:21
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    Episode 415: An Unconventional Path From Liberal Arts To Shaping DevOps01/24/2019
    26:42
  116. 124.
    Episode 414: A Manifesto For ‘Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants’01/23/2019
    40:44
  117. 125.
    Episode 413: How Open Source Developers Wanted To Make Harbor ‘The Best Registry For Kubernetes’01/22/2019
    30:22
  118. 126.
    Episode 412: Why You Really Can (and Should) Be A Kubernetes Mentor01/21/2019
    23:49
  119. 127.
    Episode 411: Accenture: DevOps Will Be Moot in 5 Years01/18/2019
    31:33
  120. 128.
    Episode 410: Portworx’ CTO on Disaster Recovery and Backup Complexities in Today’s Multi-Cloud World01/16/2019
    29:10
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    Episode 409: Squashing Inclusivity Bugs in Open Source: Dr. Anita Sarma Shares Her Research01/15/2019
    29:07
  122. 130.
    Episode 408: Open Source Activists From CNCF, The Rook Project And VMware’s Cloud PKS Tell Their Stories01/14/2019
    34:25
  123. 131.
    Episode 407: Cloud Native Implications For Security And Twistlock 18.1101/11/2019
    25:43
  124. 132.
    Episode 406: Two CEOs Describe What The Cloud Really Offers Them01/10/2019
    34:37
  125. 133.
    Episode 405: Fluentd’s Role As A Data Collector In Today’s Cloud Native World01/09/2019
    24:05
  126. 134.
    Episode 404: T-Mobile Web Backend: Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry, and Portworx for Flexible Storage.mp301/08/2019
    35:00
  127. 135.
    Episode 403: Ted Dunning talks AI & Analytics in Production01/07/2019
    31:32
  128. 136.
    Episode 402: A University Researcher, Oracle On Why Serverless Matters01/04/2019
    33:28
  129. 137.
    Episode 401: Why Bloomberg Bet Its Data On Kubernetes12/28/2018
    31:23
  130. 138.
    Episode 400: Google's Kelsey Hightower Dissects Serverless Hype And Hope12/27/2018
    31:22
  131. 139.
    Episode 399: How A Project Graduates From The CNCF12/26/2018
    31:09
  132. 140.
    Episode 398: Oracle: Containers Work Really Well with Lifecycle Management12/19/2018
    33:26
  133. 141.
    Episode 396: It Was Ugly, But Rancher Fought Back12/17/2018
    24:42
  134. 142.
    Episode 395: Buoyant CEO on Linkerd's Origins During Twitter's Heady Early Days12/12/2018
    28:04
  135. 143.
    Episode 393: Is Salesforce Really Talking about a ‘DevOps Transition?’12/10/2018
    25:09
  136. 144.
    Episode 392: FoundationDB’s Legacy Continues with New Improvements12/06/2018
    33:35
  137. 145.
    Episode 391: Two Transitions Make ‘Cloud Native DevOps’ a Challenge12/05/2018
    27:29
  138. 146.
    Episode 390: Portworx CTO Gou Rao: PX 2.0 Followed the ‘Big Shift’ to the Cloud12/04/2018
    29:56
  139. 147.
    Episode 389: Two Thought Leaders on Open Source Past, Present and Future12/03/2018
    54:20
  140. 148.
    Episode 388: Former Google Engineer Helps Make China Become A ‘Cashless Society’11/29/2018
    28:30
  141. 149.
    Episode 387: Kubeflow Co-Founder: Machine Learning Workflows On Kubernetes Can Be Simple11/28/2018
    32:15
  142. 150.
    Episode 386: Security’s Case Against ‘Cloud-Native DevOps’11/27/2018
    24:14
  143. 151.
    Episode 385: Why Kubernetes Makes Lyft Rides What They Are Today11/26/2018
    24:35
  144. 152.
    Episode 384: What Tech Can Learn From The Fashion Industry11/23/2018
    15:31
  145. 153.
    Episode 383: Telus Takes First Step Toward AI/ML with IT Automation11/22/2018
    27:54
  146. 154.
    Episode 382: Kubernetes Co-Creator Brendan Burns On What Comes Next11/21/2018
    24:14
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    Episode 381: Caicloud COO And CEO On The New Age Of AI Programming11/20/2018
    28:23
  148. 156.
    Episode 380: TriggerMesh Serverless Startup and OpenStack Summit Berlin11/17/2018
    37:40
  149. 157.
    Episode 379: A Software Engineer VP Learned She Loved Coding On A BBC Microcomputer11/15/2018
    23:20
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    Episode 378: Cloud Native Challenges and Opportunities with Continuous Delivery11/14/2018
    16:40
  151. 159.
    Episode 377: New Context Security VP On Why It Pays to Be Paranoid11/14/2018
    39:38
  152. 160.
    Episode 376: IOPipe Founder & CTO Erica Windisch: Why Foundations Are a ‘Disaster’11/12/2018
    17:46
  153. 161.
    Episode 375: A Linux Admin and Engineer Shares Her Life Narrative11/07/2018
    9:05
  154. 162.
    Episode 374: How Stackery Is Making The Most of AWS SAM11/06/2018
    21:33
  155. 163.
    Episode 373: Cloud Foundry Foundation’s CTO Wants More Open Source Simplicity11/05/2018
    35:22
  156. 164.
    Episode 372: Cloud Foundry’s Executive Director On What Empathy Teaches11/01/2018
    28:04
  157. 165.
    Episode 371: IBM Software Engineers Discuss The Developer’s Evolution In A DevOps - Driven World10/31/2018
    40:51
  158. 166.
    Episode 370: Microservices In the Cloud Native World10/30/2018
    10:42
  159. 167.
    Episode 369: PureSec Founder On Taking Control Of Serverless Security10/29/2018
    10:29
  160. 168.
    Episode 368: anynines Engineers On Offering Data Services With Cloud Foundry10/24/2018
    23:35
  161. 169.
    Episode 367: How Allies Can Help Women In Tech10/23/2018
    24:55
  162. 170.
    Episode 366: Kublr's Slava Koltovich Says Canaries are for Ops, Too10/22/2018
    18:41
  163. 171.
    Episode 365: Using BOSH To Get The Stack Done10/17/2018
    37:05
  164. 172.
    Episode 364: Dr. Nicole Forsgren on DevOps: 'You Are What You Measure'10/16/2018
    29:25
  165. 173.
    Episode 363: GrapeUp’s Take On Creating Stacks On Open Source10/15/2018
    18:02
  166. 174.
    Episode 362: Defining Company Values and DevOps Practices10/11/2018
    30:45
  167. 175.
    Episode 361: Cloud Native DevOps Roles Offer Vision of a New Organization10/10/2018
    36:21
  168. 176.
    Episode 360: Creating a Standard for Serverless Events10/09/2018
    32:54
  169. 177.
    Episode 359: AppDynamics Evangelist on Why Today's Developers Are in a Good Place10/08/2018
    39:05
  170. 178.
    Episode 358: SignalFx Co-Founder and CTO on The Radical Performance Leaps Microservices Must Make10/05/2018
    25:06
  171. 179.
    Episode 357: Steve Hazel of Sauce Labs Says Pipeline Automation is Key for Competitive Advantage10/03/2018
    24:08
  172. 180.
    Episode 356: PagerDuty’s CTO Alex Solomon On Building Microservices At Scale10/02/2018
    27:38
  173. 181.
    Episode 355: Serverless for Teams10/01/2018
    30:36
  174. 182.
    Episode 354: Open Source and Humanity, a Discussion with Mårten Mickos09/27/2018
    27:53
  175. 183.
    Episode 353: Iterate Quickly and Test More, Turo's Car Sharing Service Depends On It09/26/2018
    34:38
  176. 184.
    Episode 352: A Google Product Management Lead on What CI/CD Really Means09/25/2018
    36:36
  177. 185.
    Episode 351: The Changing Role Of An SRE In An Event-Driven World09/21/2018
    24:51
  178. 186.
    Episode 350: Taking a Proactive Approach to Distributed Tracing with New Relic APM09/20/2018
    29:33
  179. 187.
    Episode 349: Build DevOps Teams, Start Your Digital Transformation09/19/2018
    22:56
  180. 188.
    Episode 348: Devops and Security Practices Equals DevSecOps09/18/2018
    29:41
  181. 189.
    Episode 347: Jennifer Tejada, CEO At PagerDuty: DevOps Success Relies On Teams, Empathy And Inclusion09/17/2018
    22:02
  182. 190.
    Episode 346: Stackery’s Ecosystem Manager on Listening to People in Tech09/13/2018
    11:11
  183. 191.
    Episode 345: Pulumi CEO Joe Duffy on Deploying to the Cloud Faster with Your Favorite Language09/12/2018
    34:01
  184. 192.
    Episode 344: The Keynotes from New Relic: Modern Visibility with Distributed Tracing09/11/2018
    30:58
  185. 193.
    Episode 343: MapR's Jack Norris Talks Data for Fabrics, Persistence & AI09/10/2018
    25:33
  186. 194.
    Episode 342: CI/CD with Jenkins X and Kubernetes09/05/2018
    46:54
  187. 195.
    Episode 341: Talking Up Kubernetes 1.12 with Present and Former Release Managers Tim Pepper and Josh Berkus09/04/2018
    13:07
  188. 196.
    Episode 340: What it Takes to Manage the Kubernetes Community09/03/2018
    13:13
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    Episode 339: DevOps World + Jenkins World 2018 Preview: Are DevOps and Jenkins Synonymous?08/29/2018
    22:00
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    Episode 338: When Breaking Up a Monolith, Consider Data as Much as Code08/27/2018
    32:59
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    Episode 337: Discussing Microservices and APIs with Stoplight.io's Taylor Barnett08/27/2018
    17:14
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    Episode 336: Redefining Cloud Native to Focus on Business Value08/23/2018
    32:33

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