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.
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?
In this edition of "big guys with beards and tattoos", MongoDB Developer Advocate Jay Gordon waxes philosophical about the change from being on-call to being a tech evangelist, what went wrong with the GitHub memcached DDoS, and the role of fast food in DevOps.
Open source projects have a lot of benefits, as we all know. But sometimes it can be a real challenge to take tools and projects developed internally and open-source them, especially from a traditional enterprise. Guest Aaron Rinehart shares his journey and story with open sourcing his internal security chaos engineering tool, Chaoslingr
An episode years in the making! Matt and guest J. Paul Reed talk about what DevOps could be doing better, what is going well, nerdy things about podcasting, and whether 5 Guys is better than In-And-Out Burger.
Bridget and Matt chat about enterprise transformation and open source with guests Bryan Liles, Jessie Frazelle, and Andrew Clay Shafer, in front of a live studio audience at devopsdays Minneapolis 2017.
In the same week that the Chicago Cubs finally won the World Series, Pauly Comtois is finally a guest on Arrested DevOps! Pauly is the VP of DevOps for Heart Business Media, and he shares with us some of the challenges (and successes) of effecting a DevOps transformation at a large enterprise.
There are some interesting things going on in DevOps in Chicago! Matt is joined by Jeff Smith (GrubHub), Jerry Cattell (LifeQode), and Sameer Doshi (kCura), for a panel discussion on just what makes tech and DevOps different in Chicago. Plus, special updates on the Cubs/Dodgers game. Yay sportsball!
Supershow with Food Fight, and Software Defined Talk recorded live at the DevOpsDays Dallas / Fort Worth 2016! Trevor, Nathan and Coté were joined by Michael Hedgpeth, Annie Hedgpeth and Dillon Culpepper to discuss the first ever DevOpsDays DFW!
Recorded live at DevOpsDays Chicago 2016, Matt was joined by Nell Shamrell-Harrington (Chef), Jill Jubinski (IBM), and Michael Stahnke (Puppet). We talked about empathy for recruiters, how the DevOpsDays Chicago event has changed over the years, and how Michael gets all of his DevOps philosophies from 90's slow jams.
Bridget chats about enterprise transformation and the democratizing effect of platforms with guests Charity Majors, Nicole Forsgren, Andrew Clay Shafer, and James Watters, in front of a live studio audience at devopsdays Minneapolis 2016.
Recorded at ChefConf 2016 in Austin, Texas, with delightful guests Annie Hedgpeth, Fletcher Nichol, and Jon Cowie. We talk about all the new hotness of Habitat and Chef Automate, as well as cover the experiences of five years span of ChefConf attendee experience. Plus, Trevor throws shade at 'DevOps 2.0'.
Bridget goes to devopsdays Toronto, eh, and chats with speaker Sean Walberg (NFL), sponsor Sarah Kowalik (PagerDuty), and local organizers Steve Pereira (Statflo) and Dave Cliffe (PagerDuty). Special guest appearance by ADO editor and devopsdays Minneapolis organizer Joe Laha.
Speaking at tech conferences: how do you get started? What should you expect? Ryn Daniels of Etsy (author, engineer, and frequent public speaker) chats with Bridget, offering insights about speaking at conferences.
Who owns your availability? Recent events in the npm community have rekindled the perennial discussion about dependency management and controlling points of potential failure. Long-time operations professionals Charity Majors (Hound) and Pete Cheslock (Threat Stack) join the ADO crew to discuss.
Want to be a change agent inside your organization? Your "personal brand" is a critical factor in your success. Being considered relevant both inside and outside of your organization gives weight to your opinions and recommendations, and will directly influence the impact you have. Guests Andrea Javor (Beam Suntory) and Michael Hedgpeth (NCR) discuss methods on growing your brand, without self-aggrandizing boasts or claims of "thought leadership".
GitLab's VP of Product, Job van der Voort, joins Matt for a frank discussion on GitLab's open company culture, the history of the project, and some of the challenges and benefits of working "in the open".
Arrested DevOps teams up with The Goat Farm (http://goatcan.do) to talk about the ways that sales folks, solution architects, and other vendor roles can help be a partner to your organization and not just a necessary evil