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A show about getting your best ideas into the world and seeing what happens. We talk about code, ops, infrastructure, and the people that make it happen. Gerhard Lazu and friends explore all things DevOps, infra, and running apps in production. Whether you’re cloud native, Kubernetes curious, a pro SRE, or just operating a VPS… you’ll love coming along for the ride. Ship It honors the makers, the shippers, and the visionaries that see it through. Some people search for ShipIt or ShipItFM and ...
 
Enlightening information on the latest business cloud technology that will elevate your career in IT. Every week, we bring in experienced engineers and experts from various business cloud service providers to discuss tactical tips that IT professionals can use to improve their company's profit... through the cloud. From VoIP to IaaS to WAN, this show will give you the information that you never have time to learn... and that your boss wants to hear.
 
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Why are the right values important for a company that changed the way the world builds software? How does pair programming help scale & maintain the company culture? What is it like to grow a company to 3000 employees over 30 years? Today we have the privilege of Rob Mee, former CEO of Pivotal, the real home of Cloud Foundry and Concourse CI. Rob i…
 
In Episode 295, Ben and Scott follow up last weeks episode on Microsoft Purview and dive into the Azure side of it – Data Map, Data Catalog, In-place Data Share, and Data Estate Insights. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Introduction to Microsoft Purview governance solutions – Microsoft P…
 
In Episode 294, Ben sits down for a chat with Erica Toelle about Microsoft Purview. They start out by discussing Information Governance and Data Lifecycle Records Management in general and how it can impact your business. From there, they move into some of the specific features within Microsoft Purview that can help you with your Information Govern…
 
Tammer Saleh, founder of Super Orbital, a tiny team of exceptional Kubernetes engineers and teachers, is joining us today to talk about what is cool in the Cloud Native world. Yes, it’s the same Tammer that we had the pleasure of on shipit.show/31 - Is Kubernetes a platform? In today’s episode, we also cover two great blog posts: Zero to GitOps: Te…
 
Our today’s guest spent 4 days building a feature for his side project so that we could ship it together on Ship It!, while recording. The feature is called rave mode, and the context is Bass, an interpreted functional scripting language written in Go, riffing on the ideas of Kernel & Clojure. When the local build runs, you can now press r to synch…
 
In Episode 293, Ben and Scott talk through some weird behaviors you can encounter when you’re using OneDrive for Business and Known Folder Move when it comes to PowerShell modules and then dive into some of the announcements from Microsoft Inspire. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Microso…
 
In Episode 292, Ben and Scott discuss some tips and tricks for macOS with OneDrive Known Folder Move and how to launch dedicated Microsoft Edge profiles before they get into Premium SSD v2 and Cross-region Load Balancer. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Apple silicon support in GA and KFM…
 
We know that many of you listen to this podcast while running 🏃‍♀️ or cycling 🚴‍♂️ Hey Dan! How many of you cycled to a conference? Gerhard knows a single person that cycled 764 miles for 8 days straight from Switzerland to Spain for this year’s KubeCon EU. His name is Johann Gyger, a CNCF ambassador & a cloud consultant at Peak Scale. Johann is a …
 
In Episode 291, Ben and Scott lament the state of broadband in the US and the evil of bandwidth caps, how to wrangle permission scopes with the Microsoft Graph, and how an issue with conditional access policies can impact Windows client activation. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Comcast…
 
Gerhard’s transition to a senior engineer started 10 years ago, when he embraced the vim mindset, functional core & imperative shell, and was inspired to seek simplicity in his code & infrastructure. Most of it can be traced back to one person: Gary Bernhardt, the creator of Execute Program, Destroy all Software and the now famous Wat idea. Few sti…
 
In Episode 290, Ben and Scott discuss how you can transition from a Microsoft 365 administrator at a single organization to becoming a managed service provider or a consultant who helps customers implement Microsoft 365. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Dynamic X and Y Axis in Power BI vi…
 
Today we talk with two lovely folks from Transistor.fm: Jason Pearl, Senior Software Developer & Jon Buda, co-founder. Gerhard was curious to find out about their setup & how did it change with the launch of the new podcast website builder. After all, you have been hearing us talk about our setup for years, so it was high-time to challenge some ass…
 
In our 6th Kaizen, we talk with Jerod about all the things that we cleaned up after migrating changelog.com from a managed Kubernetes to Fly.io. We deleted the K8s cluster and moved wildcard cert management to Fastly & all our vanity domain certs to Fly.io. We migrated the Docker Engine that our GitHub Actions is using - PR #416 has all the details…
 
In Episode 289, Ben and Scott dive into announcements for Windows Admin Center for ARC-enabled servers, Azure Gateway Load Balancer [maybe] reaching GA, OAuth 2.0 client credential flow for POP, and IMAP and Exchange Online, and kind-of/sort-of nested groups in Azure AD. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership opti…
 
In Episode 288, Ben and Scott tour the OneDrive Sync Reports preview, talk about some new assessments available from the PNP project for SharePoint 2013 Workflow discovery and SharePoint Syntex, and then close out with a preview feature in Azure Storage which allows you to provision up to 5,000 storage accounts per region per subscription. Like wha…
 
Ben Johnson, the creator of Litestream, joined Fly.io a few weeks after we migrated changelog.com - episode 50 has all the details. That was pure coincidence. What was not a coincidence, is Gerhard jumping at the opportunity to talk to Ben about Postgres vs SQLite with Litestream. The prospect of running a cluster of our app instances spread across…
 
In Episode 287, Ben and Scott take a detour to talk about Field Parameters in Power BI before they get back on track and dive into Microsoft Entra. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Using the new amazing Power BI feature – Field Parameters Fields Parameter in Action I Practical Examples Se…
 
Rob Barnes (a.k.a. Devops Rob) and Rosemary Wang (author of Infrastructure as Code - Patterns & Practices) are joining us today to talk about infrastructure secrets. What do Rosemary and Rob think about committing encrypted secrets into a repository? How do they suggest that we improve on storing secrets in LastPass? And if we were to choose HashiC…
 
Today we are talking with Frederic Branczyk, founder of Polar Signals & Prometheus maintainer. You may remember Frederic from episode 33 when we introduced Parca.dev. This time, we talk about a database built for observability: FrostDB, formerly known as ArcticDB. eBPF generates a lot of high cardinality data, which requires a new approach to writi…
 
In Episode 286, Ben and Scott run down some of their favorite announcements from Microsoft Build 2022. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Build 2022 Book of News Announcing Azure DNS Private Resolver: Now in preview What is Azure DNS Private Resolver? Raising the Baseline Security for all O…
 
In Episode 285, Ben and Scott have some follow-up on the deprecation of basic auth in Exchange Online, a new learning collection for CMMC, and the pilot release of the new Outlook client for Windows.Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options.Show Notes Announcing Public Folder Migration Scripts with Modern Aut…
 
Today we are talking with Maikel Vlasman, technical lead for a large Dutch machine construction company, and a cloud engineer by heart. We cover self-updating GitLab & ArgoCD, Maikel’s thinking behind dev environment setup and a Kubernetes workshop that he is preparing for his team. The goal is to function as a true DevOps team with shared responsi…
 
Today we are talking how to optimise sociotechnical systems with Ben Ford, founder & CEO of Mission Control. The correct order is: people, process & technology. The tools are important, and we talk about specific ones in the second half of this episode, but there are rules and principles that govern how people interact, and we need to start there. …
 
In Episode 284, Ben and Scott spend some time reminding all of you that it is time to move off Basic Authentication in Exchange Online before it goes away for good at the end of this year.Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options.Show Notes Microsoft adds unscheduled breaks to most certification exams Microso…
 
In Episode 283, Ben brings Andrew Connell out of podcast retirement to discuss Azure Bicep. They discuss why to use Bicep, how and where to go to learn it, uses cases for Bicep as well how you can use it for CICD. Finally, they wrap up by answering the question...will we see a Voitanos course on Bicep?Like what you hear and want to support the show…
 
This is the post-KubeCon CloudNativeCon EU 2022 week. Gerhard is talking to Matt Moore, founder & CTO of Chainguard about all things Knative and Sigstore. The most important topic is swag, because none has better stickers than Chainguard. The other topic is the equivalent of Let’s Encrypt for securing software. Discuss on Changelog News Changelog++…
 
Today we are at KubeCon CloudNativeCon EU 2022, talking to Adolfo García Veytia about securing Kubernetes releases. Adolfo is a Staff Software Engineer at Chainguard, and one of the technical leads for SIG release, meaning that he helps ship Kubernetes. You most likely know him as Puerco, and have seen first-hand his passion for securing software v…
 
In Episode 282, Scott talks to Ben about a situation he ran into at work where he wanted to automate the ingestion of data from Azure Data Explorer and Azure DevOps into Excel. They talk about how you can query data from multiple data sources using Power Query and bring that data together with relationships and visualizations.Like what you hear and…
 
In Episode 281, Ben and Scott talk through how account switching for M365 web apps works and then some updates around Azure AD and how change management for the service will work moving forward from March 2022.Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options.Show Notes Announcing account switching for Microsoft 365 …
 
Today we talk to Priyanka Sharma (E.D. at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation) about all things KubeCon Europe 2022. We start with Gerhard’s favourite subject - Priyanka’s Happy Hour - and then we switch focus to the conference. For many, this will be the first in-person KubeCon since 2019. As for Gerhard, he is not sure that he remember how airp…
 
In Episode 280, Ben and Scott talk through how you can think about migrating your files from on-premises to Azure Storage or to SharePoint Online.Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options.Show Notes Microsoft Windows 95 Launch with Bill Gates & Jay Leno (1995) Retro Tech by MKBHD Azure Webinar Series - Migrat…
 
Today we talk to Mark Ericksen about all the things that we could be doing on the new platform - this is a follow-up to episode 50. Mark specialises in Elixir, he hosts the Thinking Elixir podcast, and he also helps make Fly.io the best place to run Phoenix apps, such as changelog.com. In the interest of holding our new platform right, we thought t…
 
In Episode 279, Scott listens in as Ben discusses an issue he recently encountered with content type management and content types being pushed from a content type publishing hub.Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options.Show Notes Publish a content type from a content publishing hub What is a SharePoint hub s…
 
This is our 5th Kaizen where we talk about the next improvement to changelog.com: we are now running on Fly.io and our PostgreSQL is managed. This is a migration that many were curious about, including Simmy de Klerk, the person that requested this episode. After migrating all our media files to AWS S3 (check episode 40), we thought that this part …
 
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