Today the Datanauts explore how to lock down AWS services to ensure they aren’t publicly exposed–and it’s not just S3 buckets. Our guest is Scott Piper, who’ll share tips and open-source tools.
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The Datanauts parse the meanings of automation, infrastructure as code, and DevOps; explore new AWS services; and talk security best practices on today’s cloudy episode. Our guest in Ken Hui.
VMware Cloud on AWS lets you run a native VMware environment on bare metal AWS servers. The Datanauts delve into service details, use cases, and nerd knob options with episode sponsor VMware.
The Datanauts explore how to control cloud costs with guest Corey Quinn, a consultant and Amazon observer who shares his insights and experience on understanding and managing your cloud spend.
AWS and public cloud networking is not just VLANs. The Datanauts and guest Anthony Miloslavsky explore essential network constructs and architectural choices
Today’s Datanauts episode explores how to set up Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies in AWS. Our guest is Cole Morrison.
The Datanauts talk with Eric Shanks about the differences between AWS and Azure, how organizations choose a public cloud provider, the reasons application architecture are so critical, and how to deal with worries about cloud lock-in.
The Datanauts and guest Alex Galbraith examine the gotchas of storage, networking, and scaling in AWS so you can get the best design for the least amount of money.
Today’s Datanauts podcast looks at Day 2 cloud issues including operations, training, understanding and managing costs, and of course, security. Our guest is Maish Saidel-Keesing.
Today on the Datanauts podcast, sponsor Big Switch talks about its cloud-first networking initiative and new products that aim to make your public and private clouds operationally consistent.
On today’s Datanauts episode, we talk to Justin Garrison, a senior systems engineer, about managing cloud native applications. We cover the challenges of managing a microservices architecture, sidecars, troubleshooting and more
The Datanauts crack open our cabinet of curiosities to explore a variety of ideas found on the Internet including SREs, AWS vs. Amazon for a cloud career, the ups and downs of industry certifications & more.
The term ‘Machine Learning’ is being sprinkled over IT marketing materials like magic dust. The Datanauts get to what’s real in ML with guest Vivian Zhang.
Today the Datanauts explore what it’s like work in high performance computing. We discuss issues at the compute and network layers, explore resource allocation challenges, and more. Our guest is Nick Buraglio.
The Datanauts talk with Oracle Ravello in this sponsored episode about using Ravello to run your VMware applications in the public cloud.
The Datanauts dive into machine learning–how does it work, what will it do for us, and what are common use cases–with guest Ed Henry, Senior Machine Learning Engineer at Brocade.
Today’s Datanauts episode, recorded live at VMworld, looks at emerging technologies in the data center & their implications for professional development and career advancement.
The idea of serverless anything makes infrastructure people giggle. Because serverless is made of servers. The Datanauts explore what serverless really means, and examine the implications for infrastructure engineers
Today’s Datanauts episode gets into the sticky details of integrating public cloud services, particularly AWS & Azure, with a production environment.
In today’s episode of Datanauts, we talk about how the modern social nerd can squeeze every last kilobyte of value from the buffet of conferences, meetups, and events available to tech professionals seeking enlightenment and peer interaction.
The Datanauts talk about their home lab setups, including issues with location, noise, and power consumption. They also examine cloud and online options, and discuss the surprising amount of lab work you can do with just a laptop.
The Datanauts Podcast is looking for enterprise infrastructure folks who have worked on a project to migrate applications from in-house to the cloud. Interested in being a guest? Ping me — [email protected] — and let us know. You can be anonymous if you like, and you don’t have to use your company name.
Complex cloud applications need decent visualizations to help infrastructure engineers understand what’s going on. For cloud visibility, Kentik absorbs AWS & GCP flow logs, with Azure support coming. Kubernetes & Istio are also data providers to Kentik. Using the Kubernetes API, Kentik correlates pod IPs to pod names and cluster namespaces. With that information, Kentik can visualize pod to pod and service to service traffic flows within a Kubernetes cluster.
Today’s Network Break podcast tackles Amazon in the enterprise, Big Switch’s new VPC capability, and more tech news analysis with guest John Fruehe
Jeffrey writes… I just finished listening to the Datanauts podcast 118. I really like the content you guys produce even when I feel like the guests are telling me that my skills are/should be obsolete. (I really think his (Peyton’s) ideas contained a lot of wishful thinking.) With that being said, I don’t know what […]