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Are you an entreprenurial software engineer who wants to learn more about how to go from being a highly accomplished software engineer to starting and growing a company that makes products aimed at engineers in the cloud native ecosystem? This podcast has stories from founders who have made the transition from engineer to startup founder as well as advice from the tech professionals that help founders succeed.
 
Welcome to The Cloud Native Rejekts Podcast! This podcast series will focus on the iconoclastic inventors behind the Cloud Native Revolution. These are the people who “think different” - who Rejekt the status quo, and in so doing dare to risk Rejektion. In the words of Steve Jobs: “while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the people who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
 
A show about getting your best ideas into the world and seeing what happens. We talk about code, ops, infrastructure, and the people that make it happen. Gerhard Lazu and friends explore all things DevOps, infra, and running apps in production. Whether you’re cloud native, Kubernetes curious, a pro SRE, or just operating a VPS… you’ll love coming along for the ride. Ship It honors the makers, the shippers, and the visionaries that see it through. Some people search for ShipIt or ShipItFM and ...
 
The Edge Native Podcast is the first major podcast on hot topics in the edge cloud native community. Sebastian Scheele, and his friends talk to coders, builders, and experts at the forefront of the edge native revolution. Say goodbye to boring car rides and workout sessions as you hear about the latest trends and hottest technologies that will drive the edge to be at least four times the spend as public cloud. Subscribe to the Edge Native Podcast and join us.
 
The Podlets is a weekly show that explores cloud native, one buzzword at a time. Each week experts in the field will discuss and contrast distributed systems concepts, practices, trade-offs, and lessons learned to help you on your cloud native journey. This space moves fast, and we shouldn’t reinvent the wheel. If you are an engineer, operator, or technically minded decision maker, this podcast is for you! Find us at https://thepodlets.io.
 
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Gerhard talks with Charity Majors, ops engineer and accidental startup founder at honeycomb.io about high-performing teams, why “15 minutes or bust,” and how we should start using Honeycomb in our own monolithic Phoenix app that runs changelog.com. There is just one step, and it’s actually really simple! They also talk about how Honeycomb uses Hone…
 
"How Self Service is All About Empowering Developers"DigitalOcean is a cloud infrastructure provider which empowers developers with cloud services to help them deploy and scale their applications. Raman Sharma, VP of Product Marketing at DigitalOcean, talks about how their self-service model is all about optimizing the path of a developer. Sharma s…
 
The Business of Cloud Native is now Cloud Native Startup. Going forward, I'm moving away from talking to end users and focusing instead on what it takes to build a startup in the cloud native ecosystem. I'll be talking with startup founders, startup advisors and others in the ecosystem about making the transition from software engineer to startup f…
 
In this Rejekts Podcast episode Vincent Batts and Mark Coleman are joined by Charity Majors, CTO and co-founder of Honeycomb. Charity talks about her first systems engineering experience at Linden lab’s Second Life, goes back to her childhood and how that got her to who she is today. She ponders on her motivation to do things, and shares how managi…
 
In this episode, I chat with Kendall Augustine (Navajo) who is the owner of Analytical Technologies Incorporated in Farmington, New Mexico. Kendall’s business offers circuit board repair for the oil and gas industry, solar adaptation, circuit manipulation, solar generators and solar maintained street lights. Most importantly, Kendall has 11 solar g…
 
Kaizen means “change for the better”, continuous improvement in this context. Failure is essential to learning, but how do we learn as a team? The simplest thing is to regularly dedicate time for taking a step back, talking about what works & what doesn’t, maybe writing some of it down, and eventually deciding what should improve next. I intend to …
 
This week we talk with Jean-Sébastien Pedron, RabbitMQ and FreeBSD contributor, about the importance of good release engineering for core infrastructure. Both Jean-Sébastien and I have been part of the Core RabbitMQ team for many years now. We have built some of the biggest CI/CD pipelines (check the show notes for one example), wrote and shipped s…
 
This week on The Business of Cloud Native, I spoke with Abby Kearns, CTO at Puppet, about the changing role of technology in the enterprise and how that changes things for software companies like Puppet. Highlights Whatever the exact definition of cloud native, ultimately it is a way to improve scaling and resilience. The increasing importance of s…
 
As companies rush to embark on their cloud-native journey, it is becoming increasingly important to have visibility into their stack. In this interview, Richard Hartmann, Director of Community at Grafana Labs, talks about the importance of observability and why companies have it as a core requirement. In addition to understanding observability, we …
 
Why Cloud Native? What are the guiding principles that you should keep in mind as you are choosing a project from the Cloud Native Landscape? How do you build & ship an app in a Cloud Native way? Katie Gamanji, Ecosystem Advocate @ CNCF and former cloud engineer for American Express, Condé Nast and Microsoft, joins Gerhard to cover these topics in …
 
This week on the Business of Cloud Native, I talked with Kelsey Hightower, principle engineer at Google and Kubernetes expert. We talked about how technology like Kubernetes helps engineers focus more on solving business problems instead of constantly solving the same low-level problems. Highlights: How the evolution of technology — and the evoluti…
 
Automation is one of the driving forces behind digital transformation and cloud-native adoption. There are many flavors of automation and RPA or Robotic Process Automation is one of those flavors. Robocorp is a fast-growing start-up based out of Helsinki and San Francisco that’s building RPA solutions on top of open-source technologies to help RPA …
 
We all love to talk about our ‘multi-cloud’ stories and strategies, but the fact is most organizations go ‘multi-cloud’ by accident. Different teams within an organization pick their own cloud and they end up with ‘accidental’ multi-cloud, which leads to more complexities and problems. In this episode of Let’s Talk, Tim Wagner, CEO of Vendia, talks…
 
This week on Ship It! Gerhard talks with Lars Wikman (independent Elixir/BEAM software consultant) why sometimes a monolith running on a single host with continuous backups and a built-in self-restore capability is everything that a small team of developers needs. That’s right, no Kubernetes or microservices. After 2 years of running changelog.com,…
 
This week on The Business of Cloud Native, I spoke with Mark Thiele of Edgevana about the definition of cloud and cloud native, where the line is between cloud and edge and situations where edge is the best option. Highlights: A discussion of situations where edge is the most appropriate option and how edge can help solve problems related to latenc…
 
Learn more: https://www.leostream.com In this episode of Let’s Talk, we sat down with Karen Gondoly, CEO at Leostream, a company that leverages open-source technologies to offer vendor-neutral VDI solutions to organizations of all sizes. The pandemic has created a massive demand for remote access to application environments so users can continue to…
 
In this Rejekts podcast episode, hosts Mark Coleman and Vincent Batts welcome Alex Ellis, founder of OpenFaaS. Alex shares his journey, from breaking the family computer to founding OpenFaaS. He talks about how and why he focuses on person-experience in his work and elaborates on the importance of understanding and removing friction for a smooth us…
 
Welcome to our edge native podcast! In this episode, we speak with Matthias Brockmann and Moritz Kröger from the Cluster of Excellence “Internet of Production” at the RWTH Aachen University. They speak about Industry 4.0 and explain why their research project is so beneficial for researchers as well as for the industry. We get exciting insights on …
 
This week on Ship It! Gerhard talks with Ian Miell, author of Docker in Practice as well as Learn Git, Bash, and Terraform the Hard Way. They talk about being comfortable with the uncomfortable, focusing on the tech while keeping a holistic view of the business. Following the money flows is key. Ian explains this concept really well, and Gerhard fe…
 
In this episode of TFiR Let’s Talk (which was recorded a while back), Sylvia Hooks, Vice President (Portfolio Marketing & Enablement) - Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, talks about one of the recent surveys by Aruba to better understand how IT leaders recognize that the ability of organizations to realize business value from data increa…
 
In this episode of TFiR Let’s Talk, we invited Navya Dwarakanath, Solutions Engineer at Catchpoint, to talk about the importance of observability and SLOs as more and more companies are rushing towards digital transformation and embracing cloud-native technologies. We started off our discussion with learning a bit more about Catchpoint, a digital e…
 
Register now: https://bit.ly/3z56C65Cloud Foundry Foundation will be hosting the next Cloud Foundry Summit Virtual in July this year. We sat down with Chip Childers, Executive Director of the Foundation, to talk about the format of the event and what are some themes and topics we should be looking forward to. Essentially, there will be three tracks…
 
Learn more about VMware Tanzu: https://bit.ly/3zdsKLuIn 2020, we saw an uptake in the adoption of digital transformation and cloud-native technologies. Fast forward to 2021: As these adoptions are maturing, there has been a shift of focus towards Day 2 challenges and, more importantly, security. Security, as we all know, is no longer an afterthough…
 
This week on Ship It! Gerhard talks with Dave Farley, co-author of Continuous Delivery and the inventor of the Deployment Pipeline. Today, most of us ship code the way we do because 25 years ago, Dave cared enough to drive the change that we now call CI/CD. He is one of the great software engineers: opinionated, perseverant & focused since the heyd…
 
This week on The Business of Cloud Native, I spoke with Jana Boruta, Director of Global Events at HashiCorp, about building community — for startups, for big companies and for open source projects with no budget. We also touched on digital-first events and how they differ from in person events. Highlights: What is community and why does it matter f…
 
This week on Ship It! Gerhard talks with Ben Ford, former Royal Marine and founder of Commando Development, about the OODA loop (observe, orient, decide, act). Shipping is just a small part of it. The OODA loop that you know is probably the wrong one. We explore Mission & Command, Situational Awareness and a few other practices that will help you d…
 
This week on Ship It! Gerhard talks with Alex Koutmos about Elixir observability using PromEx. Why do we need to understand how our setup behaves? What is PromEx and where does PromEx fit in changelog.com? Bonus! Tune in to our LIVE Friday evening deploy 😱 of Erlang 24 for changelog.com. Check the show notes for a link on YouTube. 🍿 Discuss on Chan…
 
This week on Ship It! Gerhard is joined by Constance Caramanolis, Principal Engineer at Splunk and former maintainer of Envoy Proxy, and Stephen Augustus, Head of Open Source at Cisco & self-proclaimed Caesar of Systems. Constance and Stephen are the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon co-chairs. Join us to find out what happens before and after KubeCon gets …
 
Welcome to Ship It! This is a new show from Changelog about shipping software - and all the details, challenges, and problems that surface. Changelog SRE Gerhard Lazu is taking us on a journey into the world of shipping code, infrastructure, ops, and the people making it happen. Shipping is near and dear to every developers’ heart. We do it every d…
 
This week on The Business of Cloud Native, I spoke with James Campbell, CEO of Cado Security, about his background in the security world and why he felt like there needed to be a better way to manage security forensics in a cloud native environment. Highlights: Why it’s important to get better information about security incidents — or potential sec…
 
Upbound, the creator of open source Crossplane — the modern, cloud-native alternative to Infrastructure as Code (IaC), has announced an enterprise-grade distribution of Crossplane called Upbound Universal Crossplane (UXP). The company also took two core products - Upbound Cloud and Upbound Registry - out of beta and announced their general availabi…
 
Replicated is the modern way to ship on-prem software. Replicated gives software vendors a container-based platform for easily deploying cloud-native applications inside customers' environments to provide greater security and control. We invited Replicated CEO and Co-Founder Grant Miller to talk about the state of software delivery in the Kubernete…
 
Learn more: https://fauna.com/featuresFauna is the creator of FaunaDB — a disruptive, global serverless database that makes modern applications possible with rich clients and serverless backends. The founders of the company come from global tech giants like Twitter. In this episode of Let’s Talk, I sat down with Evan Weaver, Co-Founder and CTO of F…
 
RackN has announced the release of RackN Digital Rebar v4.6, which introduces a load of new features including continuous provisioning automation with self-contained high availability and multi-platform universal workflow. In this episode of Let’s Talk, RackN CEO and Co-Founder Rob Hirschfeld joined us to tell us more about what’s new in v4.6 and a…
 
What is edge? What is cloud? What is the difference and what are the different requirements for each use case? I talked to Samy Fodil, CEO and founder of Taubyte, about edge computing, industrial IoT and how the edge requires a dramatically different approach from the cloud. Highlights: Why edge is a truly distributed system, unlike the cloud. What…
 
This week on The Business of Cloud Native I spoke with Travis Nielsen and Sebastien Han about how Rook has evolved over the years, beginning as a way to build a cloud native storage platform but before anyone was talking about cloud native or Kubernetes. Links: Travis on LinkedIn Sebastien on LinkedIn The Rook project page…
 
Hosts Vincent Batts and Mark Coleman talk to Matt Klein, Software Engineer at Lyft and creator of Envoy. Matt talks about his experience of creating and leading an open source project, touches on how to achieve a net positive outcome in the Open Source industry and gives some valuable career advice.
 
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