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The show where we invite wonderful human beings to have a lightning-fast conversation about Devs, Ops and other Mythical Creatures. The show where each episode only lasts 15 minutes and we are focused on asking only 3 questions. So it’s short and sweet? Why? Well, because if there’s one thing we know it’s that great delivery comes in small batches.
 
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Johnathan Hall (aka TinyDevOps) is a DevOps coach and consultant based in Netherlands. Jonathan has almost 3 decades experience in the IT industry out of which 2 decades were spent in leadership roles. Jonathan is focused on **helping small teams do amazing DevOps**. Listen to the episode to learn: - How love of IT is still about making tech do our…
 
Heidi Waterhouse is a prominent figure on the DevOps landscape. And she's also special at that - because her background is neither Dev nor Ops. For the whole of her career she's been a technical writer, a documentation specialist. And I find this wonderfully exciting - because first of all - DevOps has never been the sole concern of Devs and Ops on…
 
Continuous Delivery is the practice underlying the DevOps principles. That’s why for this episode of DevOps Shorts I’m incredibly excited to interview Tracy Miranda - the executive director of the Continuous Delivery Foundation. Listen to the episode to learn: How contributing to open-source can help you love your job How easy it was to set up sane…
 
Today I'm very happy to have Viktor Farcic as my guest. Viktor is the author of the DevOps Toolkit Series, the host of the DevOps Paradox podcast and now also the Developer Advocate at Codefresh Listen to the episode to learn: - Why software engineers are a rare and lucky breed - How lack of communication skills can make you fall in love with compu…
 
Resilience engineering is one of the most forward-looking fields to surface in our industry in the last 5 years. That's why I'm so excited to have J.Paul Reed as my guest. Paul is one of the most passionate promoters of resilience engineering practices. He's a co-organizer of REDeploy, a frequent speaker on related topics and now also a senior appl…
 
Is this the peak of my career as a DevOps show host?!?! I'm so excited about this - I succeeded to land an interview with the man who invented the **DevOps** word itself! With the original DevOpsDays orgainzer - the one and only Patrick Debois! Beside being one of the most prominent DevOps thought leaders of our times, Patrick is now also the DevOp…
 
Philipp Krenn is a technologist, meetup organizer, conference speaker and developer advocate at Elastic. He is very good at explaining and demoing exciting new technologies and he's now in the very epicenter of the observability movement - bringing the Elastic stack to eningeers all over the virtual world. Listen to the episode to learn: - What's t…
 
I'm so thrilled! My guest for tonight is Mark Burgess - a "technologist, scientist and author, specializing in the physics of Information Systems" (quoted from Mark's website). Mark is probably best known to the IT crowd as the man who defined the ideas behind **desired-state configuration management** and the creator of the CFEngine CM tool that p…
 
And our guest for tonight is Adi Shacham-Shavit - previously R&D manager at such companies as AppsFlyer and Lemonade, now EVP Engineering at an early stage startup called Clear. Adi hates wasting time and making the same mistake twice. First of all - it makes me happy that Adi is a woman - I feel like my show was lacking in diversity - I only got t…
 
This episode of DevOps Shorts is probably the most exciting one I've recorded until now. This time I was honoured to host none other but the great John Willis himself - the man who brought DevOpsDays to US, the originator of the CA(L)MS acronym, one of the authors of "The DevOps Handbook" and now - a senior director at RedHat Global Transformation …
 
Our guest for tonight is Derek Weeks - the Vice-president at Sonatype and the co-founder of AllDayDevOps. The man who started doing global virtual conferences before they became cool. Listen to the episode to learn : Why continuous learning is such great thing How visualizing feedback loops makes DevOps easier to grasp What DevSecOps looks like in …
 
I was so happy when Manuel Pais agreed to be my guest on this episode of DevOps shorts. Manuel is a Lisbon-born, Madrid-based DevOps consultant and trainer - but most importantly - a charismatic and inteligent human being. Listen to the episode to learn : - How one workshop with great trainers can change your vision - Was Gene Kim hiding in Manuel'…
 
Mike Druzhinin - Testing in Production and the Serverless Edge Our guest for tonight is Mike Druzhinin - Software Development Manager at Amazon.com and a Program Committee Member of the great DevOops conference. Mike took a short break from keeping Amazon up and running through the COVID-19 online shopping craze to talk to us about love, DevOps A-H…
 
Our guest for tonight is Carlos Leon - an independent cloud native and automation consultant based in Netherlands. Carlos is the link between your business and your technical people - because he understands and speaks both languages. Short Notes: - Microsoft FrontPage - was a WYSIWYG web page editor from Microsoft - now discontinued.…
 
For the third episode of DevOps Shorts I was happy to zoom with Damien Ryan! Damien has spent 22 years working in tech, going from applied science through all kinds of build and release engineering roles to his current position - the Director of Engineering at Featurespace - a company that builds Adaptive Behavioral Analytics technology for fraud a…
 
Our guest for tonight is Baruch Sadogursky - the Head of DevOps Advocacy or the Chief Sticker Officer at JFrog - the Universal Artifact Management Company. Tune in to learn: - Where the actual DevOps AHA! moment took place - What industries are gonna be impacted next - Who will get automated out of their jobs - Why banging on a keyboard with AC on …
 
Our guest for tonight is Tobias Kunze. Tobias was the tech founder of the company that became what we now know as OpenShift. Today he’s the founder and CEO of Glasnostic - a startup that’s building a novel technology for operators to provide their applications with instant resilience so developers can deploy more and the business stays up. Tobias t…
 
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