DevOps Chat

DevOps Chat
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Have you ever thought you had a great idea for a business, but weren't sure what comes next? Think you can do better than those people you work for now? Just had the dream of starting your own company? If so there is a new playbook for you. My friends Rajat Bhargava and Will Herman have written the Startup Playbook to help. We sit down with serial founder, Bhargava to discuss the new book, what is the best advice in there and 3 tips that every founder should know. A bit off of our usual DevOps, but a great chat. Enjoy! Also, you can download a kindle version of the book for 99 cents! Here is the link: https://www.amazon.com/Startup-Playbook-Founder-Founder-Veterans-ebook/dp/B078QCRYWJ/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding Finally a few times at the end I referred to the book as the Founders Playbook. I tried to dub in Starters Playbook, but frankly my interviewing skills are better than my sound engineer skills. Apologies.
Feb. 13, 2018
Few areas in DevOps are hotter than continuous testing. Automating various types of tests as part of your CI/CD pipeline is a bit of a holy grail in the DevOps world. Tricentis is a company that is offering a tried and proven enterprise solution in this area. Having perfected their technology over the last 6-7 years and having raised $165m in capital, Tricentis is poised to deliver. In this DevOps Chat we sit down with Tricentis CEO Sandeep Johri to discuss the market, the opportunity and what Tricentis is up to. Great conversation!
Jan. 19, 2018
The environments that we deploy applications in have certainly changed over the last 10 years. This is true for the way we secure applications as well. Barracuda Networks has ridden this wave to cloud native and making solutions for developers, devops teams and security and risk teams. We speak to Tim Jefferson, VP of public cloud for Barracuda on how they are adapting and helping to shape this market
Jan. 19, 2018
Application Security Requirements & Threat Management (ASRTM)is a great way to: • Lowering costs to build secure software • Making security measurable • Turning unplanned work into planned work • Freeing up time away from remediation, and into feature development • Having a single process that works with in-house, outsourced, and commercial software • Providing confidence that software is secure, when requirements are linked to verification In this chat with Rohit Sethi of Security Compass, we discuss ASRTM and how it helps DevOps teams, security teams and DevSecOps.
Jan. 16, 2018
One of the hottest new trends in the cybersecurity world is what is being called "Deception". While honeypots and such have been around for a long time, the idea of purposely deceiving your attackers has really gained momentum, especially in the age of APT (advanced persistent threats). The team at Illusive Networks has pioneered this approach to safeguarding your infrastructure. In this Security Boulevard Chat we sit down with Illusive Networks Ofer Israeli to discuss the "art of deception."
Jan. 16, 2018
Rosalind Radcliffe is a treasure of the mainframe world. It is always an interesting interview whenever we get the chance to speak with her. In this chat, Rosalind updates us on the newest generation of Big Iron from IBM, the z14 systems. Rosalind also tells us about some of the new capabilities of z14 that allow you to go as fast as you need it in your organization. Rosalind says it is time to move away from thinking of bi-modal IT. Even multi-speed IT is outdated. Today's mainframe can keep up with anything you throw at it.
Jan. 16, 2018
Michael Kaczmarksi is an IBM Fellow and CTO of DevOps and Service Management. In his distinguished career at IBM he has obviously seen technologies come and go. Michael gives us an inside look at IBM's Cloud Private offering and how it relates to DevOps, Service management, hybrid cloud and so many other contemporary technologies in the market today.
Jan. 16, 2018
In this DevOps Chat we are joined by Andy Richman of Park My Cloud and Samir Mehra of Cloud Health Technologies. Both of these cloud experts give sound advice on how you can best and most efficiently manage your cloud infrastructure whether it is on AWS, Azure, Google or anywhere else. If you are interested in optimizing your cloud deployments (who isn't?), then have a listen.
Nov. 29, 2017
They already number in the billions, but connected devices or IoT were not all built with security as top of mind. In this chat we speak with Mike Nelson, VP of IoT Security at DigiCert, a global leader in digital security for connected systems and devices. Mike tells what to do with your legacy devices and systems to help make them more secure and what to look for in systems going forward so that you can be as secure as possible. Great practical advice.
Nov. 27, 2017
In this DevOps Chat find out how the developers of Wolfpack (http://wolfpack.run) are saving over 50% of their prior costs for cloud by using Park My Cloud's cloud management platform. Though the cloud offers many benefits to app developers and others, controlling the costs of these apps can sometimes elude organizations big and small. Cloud sprawl can quickly lead to cloud bills. In this chat we speak with Jonathan Chashper, CEO of Wolfpack about how his company got a handle on the cloud and is saving over 50% of what they were paying before.