Podcast Me Maybe With Kyle Kingsbury

Podcast Me Maybe With Kyle Kingsbury (ADO41)

Matt, Trevor, and Bridget chat with Kyle Kingsbury (Stripe) about his research on failure in distributed systems.

Show Notes

Matt, Trevor, and Bridget catch up with Kyle Kingsbury about his research on failure in distributed systems, lighting rigs controlled by code, consent and representation, and more.

Call Me Maybe: an exploration of failure in distributed systems using the Jepsen tool.

Monitorama 2015 talk on Riemann

Bridget announces that she’s joined Pivotal; Matt claims this is to diversify the podcast so it’s no longer Chef employee, Chef partner, Chef customer.

Community & Events

Lots of open CFPS on devopsdays.org

Chef Community Summit is Oct 14 and 15 in Seattle. Matt & Trevor will be there.

Matt & Trevor: at DevOpsDays Chicago August 25 & 26!

Bridget: at VMWorld the first week in September.

Check Outs

Kyle:

Bridget:

Trevor:

  • Alphabet Announcement. Google pointing themselves towards the evil Silicon Valley “Hooli” company.
  • Dragonball Z Resurrection F
  • Herkimer NY, and herkimer diamonds

Matt:

  • Amazon Echo
  • Helicarrier LEGO set
Kyle Kingsbury

Kyle Kingsbury

Kyle is the author of Jepsen, Riemann, Timelike, and Tesser. He smashes distributed systems together in the Stripe Supercollider, looks at the shattered pieces, and tries to figure out where things went so horribly wrong.


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