The Datanauts talk about the pros and cons of alternative infrastructure options including converged, hyperconverged & composable infrastructures. Our guest is Fred Chagnon.
The Datanauts look under the hood of distributed storage systems to explore erasure coding. Our guest is J Metz.
Learn how to use Chef to automate the creation of MCSA labs for Microsoft certifications. Our guest on the Datanauts is Brett Johnson.
The Datanauts explore major hybrid cloud announcements from the Nutanix Next 2017 conference, including a Google partnership and Nutanix’s Calm and Xi initiatives. This is the second episode in the Found On The Internet series.
AWS and public cloud networking is not just VLANs. The Datanauts and guest Anthony Miloslavsky explore essential network constructs and architectural choices
SRE, or Site Reliability Engineer, is an effort to create a job role that puts operations teams on equal footing with developers. Rob Hirschfeld joins the Datanauts to discuss just what it means.
OpenStack, CockroachDB, and the future of ops are the topics for the Datanauts’ first-ever Found On The Internet series.
The latest Datanauts episode explores how the cloud, virtualization, and automation are affecting infrastructure security and why the approaches you use today may not be the ones you use tomorrow. Our guests are James Holland and Aaron Miller.
Today’s Datanauts episode explores how to set up Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies in AWS. Our guest is Cole Morrison.
Today’s Datanauts podcast explores the architecture and design challenges of running distributed in-memory databases. Our guests are Swapnil Bawaskar and Jim Bedenbaugh from Pivotal.
Today’s episode is all about Chris’s adventures at the 5th annual PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit.
Today on the Datanauts we explore the depths of vSphere 6.5 host resources to help you maximum performance of your virtual infrastructure and provide a deeper understanding of essentials such as CPU, memory, storage, and Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA). Our guests are Frank Denneman and Niels Hagoort, authors of the forthcoming book “vSphere 6.5 Host Resources Deep Dive.”
On today’s Datanauts episode we recount the journey of a technical professional to teach ops folks how to talk to APIs, code in various languages, and embrace the programmability of networking. Our guest is Lauren Malhoit.
Today the Datanauts discuss the whys and hows of building secure in-house email infrastructure. Our guest is Jacob Evans.
The Datanauts explore the current state of network automation and telemetry and discuss how network engineers can transition from the CLI to a more automated infrastructure. Our guest is Ryan Booth.
The Datanauts peer under the hood of VMware’s VCSA 6.5 to see what’s new and discuss whether you should migrate. Our guest is Emad Younis.
Today on the Datanauts it’s object storage. Our guest is Enrico Signoretti. We’ll talk about how object storage compares to file & block, discuss use cases, look into the OpenIO project & more
The Datanauts & guest Tom Hollingsworth explore the transition from the engineering trenches to new roles that demand new skills but less detailed technical know-how.
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.
On today’s Datanauts episode, Karen Lopez shares her expertise on data models, CAP Theorem and the pros and cons of various database types, and database architectures.
The Datanauts break down technical silos with a discussion about software engineering. Their guest is Jeff Meyerson, a software developer and host of the Software Engineering Daily podcast.
The Datanauts explore the boundaries between the infrastructure underlay & the frameworks that ride on top, including OpenStack and Kubernetes, with Rob Hirschfeld
The Datanauts talk with HashiCorp co-founder and CTO Mitchell Hashimoto about infrastructure automation, why servers still matter, the growing role of APIs and more
Lots of data plus lots of lots of CPU requirements mean that scaling out is difficult for the media and entertainment industry. The Datanauts dive into challenges and solutions for CPU, storage, and networking.