On today’s Datanauts podcast, we break down what it takes to build out a private cloud on your premises. Our guest is Rita Younger, National Practice Lead SDDC / SDN and Technical Innovation Group at CDW.
In this Datanauts podcast, we get a fresh perspective on designing and deploying VDI in the enterprise. Most of the conversation is based on VDI Design Guide, a new book from our guest Johan van Amersfoort.
The Datanauts explore Envoy (an application-level proxy) and Istio (management software or the control plane for service meshes), key open-source projects for microservices architectures. Our guest is Christian Posta, Chief Architect, Cloud Application Development at Red Hat.
This Datanauts podcast episode dives into the realities of dealing with work stress, especially when trying to embrace time off and unplugging from work. Our guest is Eric Shanks.
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 and guest Sean Massey explore the ins and outs of End User Compute (EUC) and VDI, including use cases, the end user perspective, and EUC/VDI’s impact on the data center.
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.
Today’s Datanauts episode delves into the current state of Ethernet fabrics with guest Stefan Fouant.
Our guest today is Ned Bellavance. We pick Ned’s brain about infrastructure as code and his hands-on experience with HashiCorp’s Terraform.
On this episode of Datanauts, we chat with Brandon Olin, the creator of PoshBot, a PowerShell based chatbot for ops teams. What does PoshBot do? How was PoshBot built? How do chatbots impact Brandon’s delivery model?
The Datanauts explore edge computing, including a working definition, use cases, issues of locality and latency, and the infrastructure that drives edge computing. Our guest is Alex Marcham.
On today’s sponsored episode we explore HPE InfoSight, an AI-driven cloud service that helps predict and prevent problems that could affect Nimble Storage arrays and other HPE products. HPE is our sponsor.
Today on the Datanauts: the job hunt. We break down the process to understand and optimize it with guest Doug Lane, who’ll share his own experiences on a recent career transition.
Today on the Datanauts we explore why and how you should test your scripts. Our guest is Adam Bertram, an automation engineer working with PowerShell and other DevOps tools and author of The Pester Book.
Today the Datanauts talk about why mentorship can lead to IT mastery and how to get past objections from experts who don’t want to share their knowledge.
The Datanauts and guest Eric Gullickson dive into the good, bad and ugly of the life of a VAR from people who have lived it.
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.
Kelsey Hightower beams aboard the Datanauts starship to discuss the latest evolution of Kubernetes, serverless, and the wild new world of application design.
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.
Stephen Foskett beams aboard the Datanauts starship to talk about what’s new in storage, including for containers and cloud, plus cogent career advice.
Is security gamification a useful tool for training security talent, or just a gimmick? The Datanauts dive in to explore this issue. Our guest is Evan Dornbush.
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.
Can you run a secure infrastructure without firewalls? Today on Datanauts, we make the case for this idea with guests Nick Buraglio and Jon Zeolla.