One of the most commonly associated principles with DevOps is that of Continuous Delivery. Continuing (ha ha) upon our previous episode on Continuous Integration, Jez Humble will talk about what CD is, how it can help your organization, and how he’s seen the world of DevOps change since the first publication of the Continuous Delivery…
DevOps “Thought Leaders” Pete Cheslock, Nathen Harvey, and Randi Harper help us understand all the things you can do wrong when “doing the DevOps”.
“It doesn’t count until it’s in production.” How can organizations level-up at delivering software and features to their customers? What are some of the good practices that DevOps can bring to your company? Matt and Trevor are joined by Ranjib Dey, system administrator at PagerDuty, to talk about “shipping that software.” Agenda What is software…
Matt and Trevor are joined by Jeanne Steinback (Rewards Network) and Chris Andreen (MacArthur Foundation) to chat about their real-world experiences in bringing an organization through a DevOps transition. Show Notes Agenda What problems were you trying to solve? How did you (or will you) know when you are “happy”? What resistance did you encounter?…
The engineering team at Etsy are considered by many to be industry leaders when it comes to automation, software delivery, and general DevOps awesomeness. We will be joined by Senior Operations Engineer Jon Cowie (and others) to give an overview of how Etsy does their DevOps magic, and what we can learn from their example.
In today’s world of web-scale IT, the ability to respond quickly to increased demand and traffic on your critical applications is an essential component of success. Scaling experts Steven Corona and Igor Papirov join Matt and Trevor to talk about why scaling matters, some good practices to keep in mind, and other tips and tricks for success in the dynamic world of modern applications.
One of the key technologies to help automate your DevOps environment is Configuration Management. There’s a lot of chatter around what exactly this means, and how you can use it. Special panel guests Sean OMeara, Chris Webber, and Steven Murawksi join Matt and Trevor to talk about how Config Management can make your systems and stack more stable, predictable, and more fun to manage.
It’s information overload these days – how can a technology professional manage to keep up with everything that is new and exciting in the world of DevOps? What are the best methods for absorbing content and developing skills? Just how useful are podcasts, anyway? Matt, Trevor, and special guest Sasha Rosenbaum discuss these topics and their own personal strategies and challenges with keeping their brains from segfaulting.
Angela Dugan of Polaris Solutions and Todd Vernon, CEO & co-founder of VictorOps, join the ADO crew to chat about the challenges of collaborating in a cross-functional team. How can tools help facilitate communication among developers, testers, and operations? What are some of the best practices to keep in mind? And, of course, there just might be some “horror stories” of communication gone horribly wrong.
On this episode of Arrested DevOps Matt and Trevor are joined by some of the finest minds in DevOps podcastery – Damon Edwards of DevOps Cafe and Sascha Bates of The Ship Show. The panel addresses some common beliefs on DevOps, and whether these beliefs are true…or just MYTHS. The profanity filter gets a workout, and Damon accuses Trevor of being a super villain.
Guests Joe Hirn (DevMynd) and Mathias Meyer (TravisCI) walk through the basics of Continuous Integration, including the advantages for communication and culture within a team.