DevOps Paradox

DevOps Paradox


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DOP 92: Frontend vs Backend Development in 2021
January 27, 2021

#92: On this podcast, we spend a lot of time discussing backend and infrastructure. Today, we speak with Grady Saccullo, a front end developer for Cycle, a container orchestration platform. We talk about what it's like to work in a smaller shop in...

DOP 91: It's Past Time to Abandon Docker Compose
January 20, 2021

#91: The Docker of 2021 is not the same as the Docker of 2016, especially when it comes to the tools around the Kubernetes ecosystem. Today, we talk about how Docker Compose should not be used to manage Kubernetes and how you should be developing...

DOP 90: Event Driven Continuous Delivery With Keptn
January 13, 2021

#90: Email. Slack. Kubernetes. These things have at least one thing in common. They are all event-driven. Even if you don't agree with that statement, we can agree that asynchronous development has taken off in the past few years, thus exploding the...

DOP 89: 2021 - the Year of the Irrelevant
January 06, 2021

#89: 2020 is in the rear view mirror. 2021 is out the front windshield. The items that are going to be the most important are going to be those items that are the most irrelevant. In today's episode, we try to unwind what that means and why it matters...

DOP 88: DevOps in 2020 - Year in Review
December 30, 2020

#88: 2020 was quite a year. Your year may have been great or it may have been horrible. Hopefully it trended towards great, even if did not live up to your expectations. In today's episode, we look back over some of the items that we encountered and...

DOP 87: God Bless Us Everyone
December 23, 2020

#87: This is a little different episode. With it being Christmas week, Darin and Viktor take a step back and think about all the things that they are grateful for in this crazy year that is 2020.   Transcript:   YouTube channel:  ...

DOP 86: Your Internal Developer Platform Sucks
December 16, 2020

#86: Just because you are running your application on Kubernetes, that doesn't mean it was simple to get to that outcome. Today, we speak with Alan Barr about how his company is trying to not only make Kubernetes operationally simple, but also how it...

DOP 85: The Hidden Costs of DevOps
December 09, 2020

#85: It's simple to quantify the hard costs of DevOps. Labor. Hardware. Software. However, it's a lot harder to calculate the hidden costs of DevOps. Today we talk with Yuval Oren about what he is seeing in the industry and how technical debt may be...

DOP 84: Mattermost Saves a 30 Year Old D&D Campaign
December 02, 2020

#84: In these times, everyone is familiar with Slack and Microsoft Teams. However, there are other companies that offer similar solutions. Today, we talk with PJ Hagerty from Mattermost and find out how Mattermost sets itself apart from its...

DOP 83: Using Spring to Develop Cloud Native Applications
November 25, 2020

#83: When Spring Framework appeared on the scene over 18 years ago (October 1, 2002), the public cloud was just a glimmer in the eyes Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. Fast forward to today. Spring has adapted over its lifetime and still is considered...