Arrested DevOps172 episodes - English - Latest episode: about 1 month ago - ★★★★★ - 64 ratings
Arrested DevOps is the podcast that helps you achieve understanding, develop good practices, and operate your team and organization for maximum DevOps awesomeness.
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"If you invest enough into foundational practices you can ignore them" - this is a heady statement, and special guest Johan Abildskov takes us through a journey to explore what our foundational practices are, and how we can improve our learning and implementation of them.
Matt is joined by Ashton Rodenhiser, who has become a fixture at many conferences where she provides graphic recordings of various talks and presentations!
In this episode, Jess talks with guest Cat Swetel about her career, writings, and thoughts on DevOps.
Does tech ask more from its community than other industries? What does it mean to be part of a community and what is expected of us?
Bridget chats with Justin Cormack and Donnie Berkholz of Docker.
Learning, as well as teaching, are both skills. Skills that we can develop with intentionality and practice. Shelby Spees, a Developer Advocate at Honeycomb, shares her insight into this topic.
Sources differ on where this started, but Kurt Vonnegut posited that there are basically six story types. Matt wondered if there was similarly only six stories that are told on tech Twitter. Guests Sasha Rosenbaum, Kat Cosgrove, Quintessence Anx, Aaron Aldrich, and Jeremy Meiss dig into this as well as discuss the ups and downs of tech Twitter culture.
Releasing software is more that just having a clever pipeline. Scott Hain (Hashicorp) digs into some of the practical considerations of improving your release engineering process.
It's that time of year again! Matty, Trevor, Bridget, Jessica, Jeff, and Joe wrap up the year with a discussion of favorite episodes, the Year That Was, and a deep dive into 90s-era sci-fi.
Tim Banks joins Matt for a blunt discussion about how to break down gates and barriers in tech. Also, chili is discussed, in depth.
DevOpsDays Chicago 2020 was the first time the long-running conference went virtual. A panel of speakers and organizers discuss the event, how it was produced, and what the experience was like!
Bridget chats with Alice Goldfuss and Ian Coldwater.
Alyssa Miller (Snyk) discusses the findings of the Synk State of Open Source Security report with Matt and Jessica
So you've had an incident. What can you learn from it afterwards? Amy Tobey, Alex Hidalgo, and Rein Heinrich talk with Matt about strategies and techniques for great incident retrospectives.
Aaron Blohowiak joins host Jessica Kerr to discuss his DevOps work at Netflix.
Bridget chats with Michelle Noorali and Delyan Raychev about service mesh.
What exactly is "Developer Experience"? Stephanie Stimac (Design Technologist and Program Manager for Microsoft Edge Developer Experiences) shares what DevEx is, and why it matters. We also discuss The Web We Want initiative and maybe even try to solve work item tracking issues!
The first-ever DevOps conference to take place in Animal Crossing happened on April 30. In another history-making event, Matty is joined by the largest panel of guests in ADO history, and talks with the event organizers, as well as the speakers, about what made this virtual conference so special.
So you feel like you've got a good handle on chaos engineering...but can you use it for security use cases? Aaron Rinehart of Verica (and the author of the upcoming O'Reilly book on the topic) walks Matt and Jessica through some of the exciting ways that chaos engineering can be used for security approaches.
Bridget chats with Matt Farina, Karen Chu, and Matt Butcher about the Helm community.
Jessica and Matt spend a little time with Corey Quinn and Pete Cheslock of the Duckbill Group to dig into the mysteries of AWS billing, why product names are all terrible, and what exactly is a "cloud economist" anyway?
Bridget chats with Taylor Thomas and Brian Ketelsen about WebAssembly, Krustlet, and the Future.
Jessica chats with Dan Bergh Johnsson, Daniel Deogun, Daniel Sawano - authors of the book Secure by Design
Transformation is a big deal. You can't just say "let's just transform!" so what are some of the things we should be thinking about?
It can be hard to get into this whole 'DevOps' thing...Laura Santamaria (LogDNA) and Matt dig into what we can do to make it more accessible
Matt and Jeff sit down with Patrick Debois to talk about Patrick's journey from systems engineer to DevOps royalty
In this episode, host Jessica Kerr is joined by guests Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais to discuss their book, Team Topologies.
Matt talks about all things community with Jono Bacon, the author of the new book 'People Powered'
It's that time of year again! Matty, Trevor, Bridget, Jessica, and Joe wrap up the year with a discussion of favorite episodes, the year in review, and, of course, airline status.
Matt chats with Ali Spittel at All Things Open 2019 about all things learning!
Bridget chats with Kelsey Hightower about Kubernetes and the future.
Bridget chats with Ian Coldwater about Kubernetes security
Bridget chats with the authors of Kubernetes Best Practices: Brendan Burns, Eddie Villalba, Dave Strebel, and Lachlan Evenson
Bridget chats with guests Peter Shannon, Jocelyn Harper, and Tim Gross in front of a live studio audience at devopsdays Philadelphia 2019.
In this episode, Gene Connolly and Joan Freed discuss their DevOps transformation at Meltwater.
Matty talks with Ken Mugrage and Sasha Rosenbaum about DeliveryConf.
Bridget chats with Devi Moodley, Daniel Maher, Adrian Moisey, and Cobus Bernard at devopsdays Cape Town 2019.
In this episode, Nicole Fosgren and Jez Humble discuss the 2019 Accelerate State of Devops report.
Matty and Trevor chat with guests Jessie Frazelle, Veronica Hanus, and Jeff Smith in front of a live studio audience at devopsdays Chicago 2019.
Bridget and Matty chat with guests Liz Fong-Jones, Alice Goldfuss, and RJ Williams, in front of a live studio audience at devopsdays Minneapolis 2019.
Making performance changes is about working smoothly with hardware AND with people.
Tanya Janca of Microsoft joins Matty to talk about threat modeling, pushing left, serverless, and more!
Trevor chats with Steven Murawski of Microsoft about Azure DevOps, Windows Terminal and all the cool things from Microsoft Build 2019.
Matty and Jessica discuss Principal Engineering with Silvia Botros.
Making DevOps Magic: Matty chats with Arup Chakrabarti (PagerDuty).
How do you make change in a complex system that is always failing, but must never break?
Matty chats with Jay Gordon (Microsoft) about certification fun.
Bridget chats with Jessie Frazelle and Andrew Clay Shafer about what shiny objects have caught their attention recently.
in which we define DevOps and what it means for your code's database interactions
It's that time of year again! Matty, Trevor, Bridget, and Joe wrap up the year with a discussion of favorite episodes, tech trends and predictions, and, of course, airline status.