B. Cameron Gain’s obsession with computers began when he hacked a Space Invaders console to play all day for 25 cents at the local video arcade in the early 1980s. He then started writing code for very elementary games on the family Commodore 64 and programming in BASIC on the high school PC. He has since become a long-time and steadfast Linux advocate and loves to write about IT and tech. His byline has appeared in Wired, PC World, CIO, Technology Review, Popular Science, and Automotive News.
March 25th, 2019 | 31 mins 29 secs
Site reliability engineers (SREs) are tightly woven into DevOps today. They also provide a changing and critical role in deployments on cloud native platforms and microservices deployments. But as a job description and function, an SRE position and role is often described incorrectly — in that way, the definition of an SRE can mean many different things, depending on whom you talk to.
February 20th, 2019 | 32 mins 54 secs
Security for cloud-native deployments can certain…
February 4th, 2019 | 33 mins 23 secs
The road to streamlining CI/CD through DevOps in the shift to cloud native is hard — and can be fraught with peril. That, of course, is the challenge — while the potential rewards are significant, indeed.
Automating all of that (an essential part of DevOps) set the stage for Jenkins to help streamline CI/CD processes, which represents another subset challenge. While remaining essential for many organizations’ development processes, Jenkins is notoriously difficult to master and manage, especially as projects are scaled. (This actually spells opportunities for those who can serve as in-house Jenkins experts of sorts, but such a specialty, in many ways, goes against the spirit of DevOps.)
February 1st, 2019 | 31 mins 23 secs
It’s great being a developer these days consideri…
January 30th, 2019 | 38 mins 16 secs
What becomes very apparent when speaking with Raj…
January 25th, 2019 | 36 mins 17 secs
One of the first things John-Daniel Trask, co-founder and CEO at Raygun, noticed when he began to develop software was how painstaking it was to figure out what was wrong with the code. Initial error alerts, he created, were done by email. Much came down to just trial and error.
“One of the things that we were doing a lot of the time when we were building software was always focusing on how we understood what went wrong and giving ourselves diagnostics,” Trask said during a podcast, hosted by The New Stack correspondents B. Cameron Gain and Simon Bisson.
January 24th, 2019 | 26 mins 42 secs
Priyanka Sharma, director of alliances, GitLab an…
January 23rd, 2019 | 40 mins 44 secs
Software developers have been doing it all wrong …
January 22nd, 2019 | 30 mins 22 secs
Tracking and managing registries poses obvious ch…
January 21st, 2019 | 23 mins 49 secs
Mentoring is a quintessential element for career …
January 18th, 2019 | 31 mins 30 secs
The public discussion of DevOps as a movement emp…
January 9th, 2019 | 24 mins 5 secs
Open source Fluentd has emerged as an open source…
January 7th, 2019 | 31 mins 30 secs
While there are only a few companies using AI in …
December 6th, 2018 | 33 mins 32 secs
Alex Williams, founder and editor-in-chief of The…
December 5th, 2018 | 27 mins 27 secs
DevOps, as any successful practitioner will tell …
December 4th, 2018 | 29 mins 53 secs
It is certainly well known how Kubernetes and mic…