August 23rd, 2018 | 32 mins 31 secs
cloud, cloud native, cloud native computing foundation, cloud-native- cncf, cloudnativecon, kubecon
Cloud native isn’t limited to containers and microservices orchestration. This was the main conclusion the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) reached when it set out this year to re-define the term “cloud native,” said Justin Garrison, co-author of the book Cloud Native Infrastructure, who was involved in the CNCF’s lengthy process. Under the new definition, CNCF recognizes that cloud native is not just a set of technologies to adopt, but that it also reflects a change in an organization’s structure and processes.
July 17th, 2018 | 19 mins 44 secs
autodesk, cloud, google, google bazel, jfrog, microservices, swampup
At the JFrog SwampUp conference in Napa earlier this year, Melody Meckfessel and former Google vice president Sam Ramji (now with Autodesk) were showing off the way Google makes its sausage. Unlike other less well curated development experiences, Google's process is worth examining and shouldn't leave anyone offended or covered in sausage leavings.
June 25th, 2018 | 18 mins 56 secs
big data, cloud, cloud-native, data, data lakes, databases, dremio, mongodb
Data lakes are an enticing idea: pour all of a company's information--both structured and unstructured--into a single system, and then everyone can access it and analyze it on demand. It's a great idea, but in practice, actually getting that data back out of the lake and into the hands of the people who need it can be a lot more difficult than it sounds.
June 19th, 2018 | 21 mins 2 secs
big data, cloud, data, iguazio, networking, nuclio, open source, open source software, storage
Yaron Haviv, CTO and co-founder of Iguazio joins TC Currie for this episode of The New Stack Makers. Haviv’s deep technological experience in the fields of big data, cloud, storage and networking led to him leading the team creating Iguazio’s new product nuclio.
This open-source project, launched in December 2017, is an extremely fast serverless platform with a real-time processing engine. Extremely fast meaning 100x faster than AWS Lambda. “Everyone knows that the value of data diminishes over time,” said Haviv, “so that means when the data starts flowing into the system, you need to start aggregating contextualizing and acting on it as it flows.”
June 11th, 2018 | 25 mins 17 secs
chef, chefconf, cloud, compliance, devops, inspec, security
InSpec is a tool for compliance and security testing. It started around operating systems and traditional VMs, and has grown into the security space as a result. Now, it has expanded beyond that. At this year's ChefConf held recently in May, TNS Founder Alex Williams sat down with Dominik Richter, Senior Product Manager at Chef, andAnnie Hedgpeth, Cloud Automation Engineer at 10th Magnitude.
May 8th, 2018 | 28 mins 20 secs
cloud, cloud foundry, dynatrace, pivotal, serverless, software, software development, vmware
As technology continues to progress, many enterprises are changing how they build and run software. Companies that are just moving to the cloud are looking ahead now more than ever, adopting not only serverless technologies, but embracing autonomous systems and their self-healing capabilities.
May 7th, 2018 | 22 mins 10 secs
cloud, cloud foundry, cloud platforms, cloud-native architectures, kubernetes, legacy architecture, multi-cloud environments, pivotal, software, software development
As more organizations begin the transition to a container and microservices-based infrastructure, they are maintaining and integrating legacy systems, which pose a security challenge. Some cloud service providers have not kept up with the higher security demands that today's cloud-native architectures demand, leaving IT teams to wonder how to best secure their multi-cloud environment across both legacy and new architectures.
May 2nd, 2018 | 29 mins 13 secs
business culture, business development, cloud, community development, culture, microservices, microsoft, software
For this episode of The New Stack Makers, TC Currie chats with Bridget Kromhout, principal cloud developer advocate at Microsoft, a frequent speaker and program committee member for tech conferences, leader of the DevOpsDays organization globally and the DevOps community at home in Minneapolis.
Episode 264: Azure CTO: Open Source is Key Component to Machine Learning in the Cloud, or On the Edge
March 22nd, 2018 | 10 mins 3 secs
cloud, cloud platforms, microsoft, microsoft azure, open source, open source initiatives, open source leadership summit, open source software, osls, programming
In this interview recorded at the Open Source Leadership Summit, Azure CTO Mark Russinovich and The New Stack’s Founder Alex Williams discussed how Microsoft builds on and contributes to open source for Azure’s AI and machine learning.
Episode 260: Dotmesh: Capturing State in Application Development and Testing Across Multiple Microservices
March 7th, 2018 | 41 mins 35 secs
big data, cloud, data, data mesh, development, devops, dotmesh, gitops, kubernetes, microservices, stateful applications, stateful services, the new stack makers, weave, weaveworks
Dotmesh gives the capability to capture the stateful parts of your application during development and testing, said CEO and Founder Luke Marsden in this episode of The New Stack Makers. By saving the state, Dot-mesh is positioning itself as a platform to do more tests earlier and decreasing the number of bugs in production.