Data – we can’t have applications or services without it. If software is eating the world, then data is the maitre’d. However, it can be challenging to incorporate database design and release into the world of continuous delivery and devops. Grant Fritchey and Jonathan Hickford of Redgate join Matt and Trevor for a discussion of…
DevOps isn’t just for startups – in fact, that argument can be made that it’s even MORE important for large, enterprise-scale companies than for anyone else. What does it mean to “do DevOps” in an enterprise? Is there a different flavor of DevOps for enterprise companies? Does CAMS work at scale? Michael Ducy (CHEF Software),…
One of the reasons that DevOps can be transformative to an organization is that it shortens feedback loops – talking about CAMS, the measurement piece is where that can come into play. Anyway, in that spirit, we’re taking feedback we’ve gotten from listeners who want more detailed, technical topics, and we have an episode talking…
Tom Limoncelli, one of the authors of The Practice of Cloud System Administration: Designing and Operating Large Distributed Systems talks with Matt and Trevor (but mostly Trevor) about the challenges of modern system management.
Recorded on Day 2 of DevOpsDays Chicago. Matt and Trevor are joined by a panel of attendees and organizers to talk about their experiences at the first ever DevOpsDays to take place in the Windy City. #deepdishdevops for everyone!
Conferences – some people are addicted, and others have never been. What is the point of conferences? What’s an unconference? Why shouldn’t I just stay home and watch the livestreams? Jason Dixon (Monitorama), Bridget Kromhout (devopsdays Minneapolis), and Pete Cheslock (devopsdays Boston) give their two cents (and more) about why conferences are the place to be.
When we talk about DevOps, often times we focus only on the two disciplines that feature in the name – Development and Operations. But DevOps, truly, is about collaboration across all areas of the business, even those security blokes. Ben Hughes, Security Manager at Etsy, joins the ADO crew to review how to work WITH your security teams, and show that they’re not really scary at all.
Aaron Blythe, John Smyth, and Nate Burleson talk with Matt and Trevor about starting your career as a “classically trained” developer and then doing more ops-focused work.
It only took us 15 episodes after we did The Dev Show for Episode 3, but we finally are talking to sysadmins! Chris Read, Brian Wagner, and Mike Fiedler reminisce about BBS’s, talk war stories, and generally discuss what DevOps means for the sysadmin
Matt and Trevor are joined by Dave Gerding, as well as first ever repeat panelist Sasha Rosenbaum, to talk about how to ask for help – and how to get the best help possible with your problems and questions. There’s no shame in your game when you need some assistance!
Matt was joined by guest co-host Julian Dunn, as well as some awesome panelists for an on-site recording of ADO at the very first DevOpsDays Minneapolis! Panel