Today’s Day Two Cloud podcast looks at how one developer dealt with surprises and unexpected issues that arose as his company built CMS application on Azure, including storage problems, user identity quirks, and more.
Denise “Fish” Fishburne chats with Ethan Banks. The conversation covers being arrested at 19 for DUI, being gay in the corporate world of the 80’s and 90’s, overcoming the challenge of being easily bored, teaching without ego, struggling with a distrust of others, the myth of the self-made person, and becoming an active member of the “Network Neighborhood.”
For Denise, it’s all about community. “All for one, and one for all.”
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Today’s Day Two Cloud episode is all about the realities of building a startup in the cloud era. Guest Adam Bertram shares his experiences launching a startup using cloud services such as Trello, Zapier, and Lambda; discusses why good APIs matter; and talks about how to balance immediate needs against long-term technical debt.
Your monthly cloud bill can be shocking. On today’s Day Two Cloud we talk with Iris Classon about how to optimize your cloud deployment for cost without killing performance–i.e., how to keep customers and finance happy without going insane.
On today’s Day Two Cloud podcast, we discuss how to build a robust infrastructure to support your private cloud, and how to add a layer of automation to the underlay with Digital Rebar, an open-source project. My guest is Rob Hirschfeld.
The promises of the public cloud are both tantalizing and frightening. On today’s Day Two Cloud podcast we talk about how to do cloud right to maximize success, while also not putting yourself out of a job. Our guest is Kenny Lowe, Senior Principal Azure Stack Technologist at Dell EMC.
Welcome to the first episode of Day Two Cloud, a new podcast that punctures the marketing hype and digs into the real work required to make the public cloud work for you. My guest Tim Warner walks us through a real-world application migration to Azure and shares lessons learned on scale, automation, and cost control.
The Enterprise Data Center Operators (EDCO) organization advocates for enterprise interests in standards bodies and regulations. Greg Ferro talks wit Darren Petis about EDCO at IETF 99.
Today in the Community Channel, Greg Ferro speaks with Remy Leone about the F-Interop Platform, a European project to simplify interoperability testing for IoT networking.
An IETF draft standard on activating captive WiFi portals is the topic for this Packet Pushers Community podcast. Our guest is David Dolson.
Greg and Ethan record a quick podcast take on Cisco’s acquisition of Viptela.
The Infotrek podcast gets into cutovers, including how to prepare for them, and tackles recent news including a police request for recordings from an Amazon Echo.
Guest Juan Cruz joins the Infotrek crew to talk about the new features of Windows Server 2016 and why we’re still waiting for it.
In the latest episode of the Infotrek podcast, the team talks about IT’s love/hate relationship with change management.
The Infotrek trio is back to talk about troubleshooting, how much fun it can be, and how to approach it.
You don’t have to be a developer to benefit from Agile principles. Creative people can combine Agile concepts with engineering skills to solve problems. On today’s episode we’re joined by an experienced Agile coach and an IT recruiter to find out how Agile can improve IT infrastructure projects and careers.
Today on the Next Level we talk to three tech pros from smaller organizations about what it means to be an IT army of one.
The Infotrek podcast is back with part 2 of its small shop design episode, covering compute, storage, collaboration & security.
On today’s episode of the Next Level we continue the discussion about the benefits of mindfulness in the context of an IT profession, including how it can improve interactions with colleagues and boost work performance.
In this Infotrek episode, we talk about network design elements and options for small businesses with guest Steven Sedory.
Agile is a set of principles for software development, but its values and goals can be generally applied in other contexts. This episode explores how to use Agile concepts for IT infrastructure projects and to foster better collaboration.
In this episode of Infotrek we talk about the future of engineer skill sets and who may or may not benefit from learning how to write code.
On this episode of the Next Level we talk about mindfulness and what it means to IT performance, and whether mindfulness benefits such as relaxation and focus can be separated from its spiritual context.
Ready to jump off the corporate treadmill? On The Next Level we discuss the joys and perils of life as an employee, freelancer, and entrepreneur.
The Infotrek podcast debuts with a discussion of infrastructure redundancy, including when it should and shouldn’t be used, implementation challenges, redundancy testing, and more.