With the OpenStack Summit in Austin, the timing is perfect to catch up on the OpenStack Nova project with Stephen Gordon. We had a great chat with Stephen on Nova updates in Mitaka, the overall OpenStack ecosystem, real-time KVM and much more.
In this episode, we talk with Eric Windisch about his new venture, IOpipe.com and about his very interesting history in technology. Having been involved in PaaS building, OpenStack, Docker, and much more, Eric continues to lead the curve with startups taking a very interesting direction to solve today’s and tomorrow’s problems with technology.
You can find out more about IOPipe at the website IOPipe.com
In this episode, we chat with Trevor Pott about a wide array of content. We tackle the challenges of SMB and mid-market IT, why public cloud and SaaS just doesn’t work for many, what’s coming in IT, and very valuable insight into what it takes to have integrity and trust as a vendor and community member.
We also learn what could be my new favourite way to describe an interesting market space which is a food truck IT.
In this episode, we talk with Vaughn Stewart. We cover the all-important topic of understanding business needs as a technologist, being a public voice in the tech industry, disruption, and the Pure Accelerate conference that just happened in San Francisco.
Our chat touches on the importance of being a trusted advisor, and some very interesting insight into how to do that in a tumultuous and competitive industry. Vaughn also gives us one of the most interesting book lists to date!
In this episode, we continue a dynamic chat with Andi Mann. Andi brings a wealth of knowledge to the chat on DevOps, the culture of driving change in business and technology.
The second part of our chat covers the heart of DevOps, specifically the challenges of visibility across complex teams, processes, and tools; and the importance of metrics in the DevOps approach.
I even lead with the dreaded question that nobody likes to get asked. You’ll have to listen to hear what Andi has to say! Andi is the author of The Innovative CIO, Visible Ops – Private Cloud, and a phenomenal contributor to the IT and business community.
In this episode, we chat with Andi Mann in the first of a two-part conversation. Andi brings a wealth of knowledge to the chat on DevOps, the culture of driving change in business and technology. This first part covers the disintegration of IT, spreading across components and architectures, internally and externally; and addressing all the problems that bring.
In this episode, we chat with Andi Grabner (@GrabnerAndi) and Brett Hofer (@Brett_solarch) who bring some excellent insight into elevating development to a more DevOps methodology. Understanding the challenges of embracing the culture, and what relatively common-sense steps you can follow to do the same in your organization. Andi and Brett provide some great insight into:
- Fundamentals of some of the DevOps culture
- Drivers and challenges that led to the need for DevOps
- Embracing failure in testing
- Blameless post-mortems and other great techniques to support development without friction
- Thinking beyond lines of code as a metric
- Code quality (you really have to listen in and you’ll love this IMHO!)
And yes, we talk about the Phoenix Project!