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Are you an entreprenurial software engineer who wants to learn more about how to go from being a highly accomplished software engineer to starting and growing a company that makes products aimed at engineers in the cloud native ecosystem? This podcast has stories from founders who have made the transition from engineer to startup founder as well as advice from the tech professionals that help founders succeed.
 
Join the Curiefense team — Justin Dorfman, Tzury Bar Yochay, and Richard Littauer as they explore the confluence of open source and cloud native. Our guests include members of CNCF projects, maintainers working on projects at scale at places like Google, Amazon, and NASA, and community members contributing back to awesome projects in the cloud native ecosystem. Explore with us!
 
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 ...
 
The Podlets is a weekly show that explores cloud native, one buzzword at a time. Each week experts in the field will discuss and contrast distributed systems concepts, practices, trade-offs, and lessons learned to help you on your cloud native journey. This space moves fast, and we shouldn’t reinvent the wheel. If you are an engineer, operator, or technically minded decision maker, this podcast is for you! Find us at https://thepodlets.io.
 
Welcome to The Cloud Native Rejekts Podcast! This podcast series will focus on the iconoclastic inventors behind the Cloud Native Revolution. These are the people who “think different” - who Rejekt the status quo, and in so doing dare to risk Rejektion. In the words of Steve Jobs: “while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the people who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
 
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This week Emile Vauge, founder & CEO of Traefik, joins Gerhard to share a story that started as a solution to a 2000 microservices challenge, the real-world implications of shipping many times a day for years, and the difficulties of sustaining an inclusive and healthy open-source community while building a product company. Working every day on kee…
 
This week on Cloud Native Startup, I am joined by William Morgan, CEO of Buoyant, Inc. In this episode, William talks about his beginnings as a software engineer at Twitter and his transition towards starting and running his own company. We also discuss how rewriting Linkerd enhanced its core value of simplicity, the blessing and curse of open sour…
 
I sat down with Philbert Shih, Managing Director at Structure Research, to explore the factors that help Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) & Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) select their cloud providers.Structure Research was founded 10 years ago in Toronto Canada as a research firm of analysts focused on the infrastructure services space. Thei…
 
Sponsored by Reblaze, creators of Curiefense Panelists Justin Dorfman | Richard Littauer Guest Brian J. Fox Show Notes Hello and welcome to Committing to Cloud Native Podcast! It’s the podcast by Reblaze where we talk about the confluence of Cloud Native and Open Source. Today, we have an amazing guest with a long history of open source in the spac…
 
In this episode, I chat with Duane Humeyestewa and Kyle Sumatzkuku (both Hopi). Kyle is a Native American endurance runner from the Hopi tribe in Northern Arizona recently launched a GoFundMe campaign to enable his travel and participation in the 125th Boston Marathon on October 11, 2021. The goal of the campaign is to raise funds that will cover t…
 
In this episode, Gerhard talks to David and Marques from Equinix Metal about the importance of bare metal for steady workloads. Terraform, Kubernetes and Tinkerbell come up, as does Crossplane - this conversation is a partial follow-up to episode 15. David Flanagan, a.k.a. Rawkode, needs no introduction. Some of you may remember Marques Johansson f…
 
David Friend, co-founder and CEO of Wasabi Technologies, Inc. writes the rules of his own success. With 7 companies under his belt, David continues to be an impactful maverick entrepreneur. In this episode, David and I talk about the evolution of his journey, which started off in the music industry, and how it led him to found a cloud data storage …
 
I’m Gerhard Lazu, host of Ship It! A show with weekly episodes 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. Like Charity Majors from Honeycomb… clip from episode #11 And Dave Farley, one of the founders of Continuous Delivery… clip from episode #5 …
 
In this episode, I chat with Craig Young (Navajo) who is a math and robotics teacher in Tuba City, Arizona. Craig and I talk about his journey to becoming and educator. We also talk about how he teaches students to overcome math illiteracy. Finally, he discusses publishing an article in a book about teaching students math and science with robotics.…
 
On this week’s episode, Gerhard is joined by Kathy Korevec, former Senior Director of Product at GitHub, and now Vercel’s Head of Product. Docs play an essential role in GitHub Actions, and Gerhard’s experience has proven that. Building, testing, and shipping code with GitHub Actions works better because of their excellent docs. However, the docs t…
 
This week, Swaroop Jagadish, co-founder of Acryl Data, takes us through his journey from quitting his day job as an engineer to founding his first startup company alongside Shirshanka Das. Swaroop also shares his insights on Acryl Data’s business model and the advantages and challenges of building an open source project-based company. Tune in for m…
 
FireHydrant is a purpose-built tool for reliability. With FireHydrant, businesses can better manage and learn from incidents, work with their legal and marketing teams, and all the way through customer service. This is a tool for the entire reliability lifecycle.TFiR Media LLC tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Guest: Cole PotrockyCompany: KintabaShow: Let's TalkCole Potrocky, CTO and co-founder of Kintaba, talks with Swapnil Bhartiya about incident management.Kintaba is dedicated to modern incident management, enabling companies to better respond to major incidents and outages. The company got into this space because they considered it a learning problem…
 
In this episode of Dirk & Swap: Conversations on Open Source, we talk about Open Core. What is it? How different is it from Open Source or Closed Source software? What are the pros and cons of Open Core? Is it better than proprietary software as at least something is open there? How to do Open Core in the right way (if there is one)... We tackle ma…
 
Cassandra Database reaches 4.0.Nearly six years on from the release of Apache Cassandra 3.0, the community behind the popular open-source distributed database has announced the release of v4.0 of Apache Cassandra. Patrick McFadin, VP of Developer Relations at DataStax, and Ben Bromhead, CTO of Instaclustr, are with Swapnil Bhartiya to talk about it…
 
This week Gerhard is joined by Justin Searls, Test Double co-founder and CTO. Also a 🐞 magnet. They talk about how to deal with the pressure of shipping faster, why you should optimize for smoothness not speed, and why focusing on consistency is key. Understanding the real why behind what you do is also important. There’s a lot more to it, as its a…
 
Dhiraj Sharan, CEO and founder of Query.AI, joins me this week on Cloud Native Startup. With a career that spans over 20 years in cybersecurity, Dhiraj has seen the swift adoption of multi-cloud environments and SaaS apps. In this episode, Dhiraj discusses the importance of evolving your product as the world changes and why you should ask yourself,…
 
In this episode, Gerhard follows up on The Changelog #375, which is the last time that he spoke Crossplane with Dan and Jared. Many things changed since then, such as abstractions and compositions, as well as using Crossplane to build platforms, which were mostly ideas. Fast forward 18 months, 2k changes, as well as a major version, and Crossplane …
 
Sponsored by Reblaze, creators of Curiefense Panelists Justin Dorfman | Tzury Bar Yochay Guest Snow Pettersen Envoy Proxy Senior Maintainer Show Notes Hello and welcome to Committing to Cloud Native Podcast! It’s the podcast by Reblaze where we talk about the confluence of Cloud Native and Open Source. Today, our special guest is Snow Pettersen, wh…
 
Anurag Goel, Founder and CEO of Render, joins me on this episode of Cloud Native Startup. Learn about his beginnings at Stripe as employee #8, the birth of Render and how it solved a gap in the market, and his lessons learned while transitioning roles. We also discuss how open source fits into business strategy and much more. In this episode, we co…
 
In today’s episode, Gerhard is joined by Uma, CEO and co-founder of ChaosNative, as well as Karthik, CTO and also a ChaosNative co-founder. They talk Chaos Engineering and Litmus. Chaos Engineering is not just for super SREs. It is not meant to prevent outages. And, it is not just about hardware. Chaos Engineering is about testing how reliable your…
 
Sponsored by Reblaze, creators of Curiefense Panelists Justin Dorfman | Richard Littauer Guest Dan Lorenc Software Engineering Lead, Google Show Notes Hello and welcome to Committing to Cloud Native Podcast! It’s the podcast by Reblaze where we talk about the confluence of Cloud Native and Open Source. Today, we are very excited to have as our gues…
 
In this episode, Gerhard talks to his Skyhook Adventure friends: Alan Cooney, Saul Cullen & Wycliffe Maina. They are the ones that introduced Gerhard to the world of serverless in the context of Amazon Web Services. Gerhard shared his experience with remote work, how to ship software with confidence and consistency, and what to look for in infrastr…
 
How the Change to CentOS Affects the CommunityThis past year, Red Hat made some changes to how CentOS is developed and released. With CentOS's strong following, the change came as a big surprise to the community, the user base, and enterprise companies. To that, Rob Hirschfeld, CEO and Co-founder of RackN (https://tinyurl.com/458kbjpd), had this to…
 
Sponsored by Reblaze, creators of Curiefense Panelists Justin Dorfman | Richard Littauer | Tzury Bar Yochay Guest Prajakta Joshi Group Product Manager, Edge Cloud for Enterprise and Telecom Show Notes Hello and welcome to Committing to Cloud Native Podcast! It’s the podcast by Reblaze where we talk about open source maintainers, contributors, susta…
 
Gerhard talks to Tom Wilkie, VP of Product for Grafana Labs. They talk about Loki, Tempo, and how can Grafana Cloud offer such a generous free tier. The solution is in the Cortex architecture, which was used in Loki and in Tempo too. Yes, Tom is the Cortex co-author. We recommend that you listen to this episode in combination with episodes 3 and 11…
 
Contributing to an open-source project isn't only about coding.Dirk Hohndel, VP and Chief Open Source officer at VMware, and Swapnil Bhartiya, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of TFiR, discuss various ways in which people can contribute to open-source projects. Hohndel starts off with an idea that has been at play with the open-source community for year…
 
Observability is key to your cloud strategyAccording to anynines, observability is defined as The value for how well the internal state of a system can be derived from external sources. Although monitoring can warn you of failure, observability can help you discover why something failed.Patrick Hartz, Sales Engineer at anynines, starts off by remem…
 
This week on Cloud Native Startup, I talked with Wei Dang, founder of cloud native security company StackRox which was acquired by RedHat in 2020. Highlights: How Wei met his co-founder and how the two of them saw the need for new types of security tools. Why talking to people throughout the Kubernetes ecosystem led to a series of a realizations th…
 
Gerhard talks with Charity Majors, ops engineer and accidental startup founder at honeycomb.io about high-performing teams, why “15 minutes or bust,” and how we should start using Honeycomb in our own monolithic Phoenix app that runs changelog.com. There is just one step, and it’s actually really simple! They also talk about how Honeycomb uses Hone…
 
In this episode, I chat with Kendall Augustine (Navajo) who is the owner of Analytical Technologies Incorporated in Farmington, New Mexico. Kendall’s business offers circuit board repair for the oil and gas industry, solar adaptation, circuit manipulation, solar generators and solar maintained street lights. Most importantly, Kendall has 11 solar g…
 
Sponsored by Reblaze, creators of Curiefense Panelists Justin Dorfman | Richard Littauer | Tzury Bar Yochay Show Notes Hello and welcome to Committing to Cloud Native Podcast! It’s the podcast by Reblaze where we talk about open source maintainers, contributors, sustainers, and their experiences in the Cloud Native space. This episode is a little d…
 
"How Self Service is All About Empowering Developers"DigitalOcean is a cloud infrastructure provider which empowers developers with cloud services to help them deploy and scale their applications. Raman Sharma, VP of Product Marketing at DigitalOcean, talks about how their self-service model is all about optimizing the path of a developer. Sharma s…
 
Kaizen means “change for the better”, continuous improvement in this context. Failure is essential to learning, but how do we learn as a team? The simplest thing is to regularly dedicate time for taking a step back, talking about what works & what doesn’t, maybe writing some of it down, and eventually deciding what we should improve next. I intend …
 
The Business of Cloud Native is now Cloud Native Startup. Going forward, I'm moving away from talking to end users and focusing instead on what it takes to build a startup in the cloud native ecosystem. I'll be talking with startup founders, startup advisors and others in the ecosystem about making the transition from software engineer to startup f…
 
Sponsored by Reblaze, creators of Curiefense Panelists Justin Dorfman | Richard Littauer | Tzury Bar Yochay Guest Anna Berenberg Google Cloud Show Notes Hello and welcome to Committing to Cloud Native Podcast! It’s the podcast by Reblaze where we talk about open source maintainers, contributors, sustainers, and their experiences in the Cloud Native…
 
This week we talk with Jean-Sébastien Pedron, RabbitMQ and FreeBSD contributor, about the importance of good release engineering for core infrastructure. Both Jean-Sébastien and I have been part of the Core RabbitMQ team for many years now. We have built some of the biggest CI/CD pipelines (check the show notes for one example), wrote and shipped s…
 
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