Jillian and Jonathan join this week's panelist episode to talk about ChatGPT. They begin by sharing their thoughts and experiences when using it. Additionally, they tackle its benefits and how it helps them write and understand codes.
Lane Wagner is the Founder of Boot.dev. He joins the show to talk about his blog post, "Are You a DevOps Engineer if You Aren't Writing Code?". They begin by outlining their personal definitions of what a DevOps and a DevOps Engineer mean to them.
Ran Aroussi is a software developer, data hacker, financial tinkerer, algorithmic trader, quant researcher, technology geek, creator of several popular Python libraries, and founder of Tradologics. He joins the show to talk about "Tradologics". He begins by providing an overview of his company and the services that they provide to its clients.
Johnny Dallas is the CEO and Co-founder of Zeet. He joins the show with Jonathan and Will to talk about his company and his journey as a developer. He begins by sharing how he became a developer and his experience of building Zeet. Moreover, he talks about some of the services they provide in Zeet and how their customers can benefit from them.
Returning guest, Omer Hamerman is the Principal DevOps Engineer at Zesty. He joins the show to discuss cost optimization. He dives into the company's strategies on how they reduce cost and share his experience when it comes to managing it. Moreover, he talks about identifying methods that impact cost optimization and application performance.
Luca Galante runs products at Humanitec and is a writer for Platform weekly. He joins the show alongside Jonathan and Will to talk about Platform Engineering. He starts off as he explains "Platform Engineering", its concept, and its impact on the DevOps community today.
Chris Cooney is a Developer Advocate who works at Coralogix. He joins the show to talk about "Stream Processing and Why it's so important for Observability". He begins by explaining what is stream processing and its significant role.
Hosts of the Adventures in DevOps podcast, Jillian Rowe and Jonathan Hall, join Ben and Michael on this week's episode crossover. They talk about the intersection of ML and DevOps. They dive into the concepts and differences between ML and DevOps. Additionally, they talk about how ML ideas may be applied to DevOps principles and vice versa.
Benjamin Johnson is the CEO and Founder of Particle41. He joins the show alongside Jonathan and Will to talk about his company. He starts off as he shares his journey in establishing and maintaining Particle41. Additionally, he talks about how they use DevOps as a service and how they meet their client's needs.
Max Howell is the creator of Home Brew and is the CEO of Tea. He joins the show alongside Jonathan and Will to talk about Tea, the next-generation, cross-platform package manager. He starts off with an overview of his career path as an entrepreneur and corporate employee. He shares how he was able to develop Tea and what it is all about.
Dori Exterman is the CTO at IncrediBuild. He joins the show to talk about the gaming industry and further explain their company, " IncrediBuild". He explains the DevOps process, prerequisites, and production process for creating games.
Jonathan and Will join this week's panelist episode to talk about the difference between gRPC and Rest. They go into detail about each of their advantages and disadvantages as well as the issues they resolve.
Erez Berkner is the CEO and Co-Founder at Lumigo. He joins the show to talk about, "Lessons Learned From Running Serverless In Production For 5 Years". He begins the program by elaborating on his personal interpretation of Serverless. Moreover, he dives into the five important lessons he learned from running serverless workloads.
Jonathan and Will join this panelist episode to tackle team maturity in a company. They discuss their point of view on team maturity when it comes to testing codes and creating new projects. Additionally, they discuss competence in terms of managing one's job and approaching problems.
Leon Wright is a Senior DevOps Engineer at Pet Circle. Omer Hamerman is the Principal DevOps Engineer at Zesty. They join the show alongside Will to talk about the similarities and differences between AWS and GCP in DevOps. Additionally, they discuss their experiences working and launching projects as DevOps Engineers for their respective companies.
Nir Valtman is the Co-Founder and CEO at Arnica. It is a behavior-based software supply chain security platform for DevOps. He joins Jonathan and Will to introduce his company. , He talks about some of the issues and challenges they encountered and how they overcame them. Moreover, they also tackle security tools in Software Development.
Warren Parad is the CTO at Authress. It is a User authorization API for software makers. He joins the show to talk about Open-source Software. He explains how open-source software is used in enterprise organizations, what functions it serves, and what trade-offs and difficulties come with it.
Jonathan, Jillian, and Will join this week's panelist episode as they talk about conferences. Will starts off as he talks about his inputs from the last conference that he recently attended. Additionally, the panel talks about each of their own experiences and key learning from the different conferences.
Join Chuck Wood as he hosts this week's DevOps episode to do an Interview with John Willis. He has worked in the IT management industry for more than 3 decades. He has written 11 books, and "The DevOps Handbook" is one of them. He joins the show to talk about another book he co-authored, " Investments Unlimited". Additionally, he explains how they were able to come up with the idea for the book and What the reader should anticipate from the book.
Anna Geller is the Lead Community Engineer at Prefect. She joins the show with Jillian and Jonathan to discuss her article, "Scheduled vs. Event-driven Data Pipelines — Orchestrate Anything with Prefect and further explains the company she works for, "Prefect". It is a company that helps users coordinate their workflows. Moreover, she discusses the many advantages Prefect may provide to its users.
Join Chuck Wood as he hosts this week's DevOps episode to do another Interview with a SwampUp speaker, Nati Davidi. He currently manages JFrog's security division in Israel and established Vdoo a Startup Company that is acquired by JFrog. He joins Chuck to talk about some important things to know about Security. Additionally, Nati offers some advice on how to safeguard your apps and keep hackers from accessing them. For the second part of this episode, Chuck Wood interviews Yoav Landman. He is the Founder and CTO of JFrog. He joins Chuck on the show to talk more about JFrog Connect. JFrog Connect is the first Plug&Play, ready-to-use, device management platform for connected products. He also explains how it works and how developers can benefit from it.
As a developer, you should “Focus on solving business problems rather than technical expertise”. The panel joins the show to talk about Will’s YouTube video, “Don’t Do DevOps”. They offer their advice on how to advance with your career and expertise when a certain tool, framework, or language you’re focused on is suddenly not your company’s focus. As new developers grow in their careers, they also share tips on how to specialize in a particular area and learn the "basics" especially when you're starting your career.
Supply chain security, a subset of supply chain management, is concerned with the risk management of third-party vendors, suppliers, logistics, and transportation. Stephen Chin is the Head of Developer Relations at JFROG. He is also a Speaker and the Author of DevOps Tools for Java Developers. Stephen joins Chuck for this bonus episode to talk about Supply Chain Security and Pyrsia.io. He begins by sharing some instances of how attackers are able to access different companies’ assets, software, systems, and others. Additionally, Stephen offers solutions on how to prevent or eliminate those attacks. Pyrsia.io is a solution that secures open-source builds and distribution with the goal of securing the software supply chain of open-source dependencies.
Join Chuck Wood as he hosts the DevOps episode this week to do an interview with one of the SwampUp speakers. SwampUp is an in-person DevOps event organized by JFrog. Fernando Babadopulos is an Eternal software developer, serial entrepreneur, and speaker. He is also the Co-Founder at the tail.digital. He talks about a plugin that they developed, how it works and how developers can benefit from it.
As a Developer, How do you manage the users that can access the system? Jonathan and Will share some pointers and approaches on how you can protect your system or account from being accessed by multiple or anonymous users.