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Google’s Maya Kaczorowski on Where Responsibility for Container Security Begins and Ends
"Google’s view of container security falls under three categories: infrastructure security, which involves how organizations’ container development environment is secure, Kaczorowski said. This involves network policies, user-identity management, secret management and other similar policies. The second category is what Google calls the “software supply chain,” which covers making sure organizations’ containers are built and deployed securely,” Kaczorowski said. In this way, the second category involves “knowing where your images are coming from scanning them for vulnerabilities and checking that they meet your requirements before you deploy them into your into your environment,” Kaczorowski said. The third category applies to container runtime security and “making sure that your containers are secure to run,” Kaczorowski said."
containers  security  podcast  sponsored  the  new  stack  makers 
19 days ago by jonerp
Build DevOps Teams, Start Your Digital Transformation
"Within the team structures, relegating tasks in ways that better make use of team members’ experience is beneficial, PagerDuty’s Stratton said. Traditionally, for example, senior developers and engineers have often been in charge of developing new software features while the junior staff has been tasked with bug fixes. However, it is the senior team members who likely have the experience to better understand the entire system that fixes often require. “Maybe as a senior engineer it is not as interesting to troubleshoot,” Stratton said. “But having experience gives you that understanding of how the system is built.”
events  interviews  podcast  sponsored  top  stories  development  devops  the  new  stack  makers 
september 2018 by jonerp
PagerDuty CEO: DevOps Success Relies on Teams, Empathy, and Inclusion
"“There is often chaos before there is order,” she acknowledged. The way people are working is changing. The workforce is distributed and needs to collaborate and work well together because minutes and seconds count. Real-time operations are about technology, she said, but it’s more about helping people get the most out of the time and investment and tools they have to get the best outcome for their customers and their businesses."
events  interviews  podcast  top  stories  the  new  stack  makers 
september 2018 by jonerp
The Use Cases for Blockchain, Real and Hypothetical
" “Blockchain feels like the thing that is the hardest to parse the value out of the hype. With cloud computing, it was clearly an enormously hyped concept, but there were use cases and benefits. With big data it was coming out of actual real use cases at places like Google and Yahoo! With the Internet of Things, that’s probably the least well established of those at this point, but there are still established use cases for that. With blockchain it feels really preliminary."
analysis  podcast  top  stories  the  new  stack  analysts 
july 2018 by jonerp
Understanding Licensing Compliance for Open Source Software
"“Most users of the free and open source code want to do the right thing. If I am the author of a project, maybe I want to get some credit for it. In some cases, I feel strongly about copyleft and I want to make sure that my code stays free,” said Ombrédanne. “As a user, it’s really important to meet the wishes of the original authors."
podcast  top  stories  the  new  stack  makers 
april 2018 by jonerp
Intel’s Approach to Measuring Diversity and Inclusivity in Open Source Communities
"Huesman noted that Intel has been working with software analytics software provider Bitergia on gender diversity research. But for Intel, she explained, this is just the tip of the iceberg: “We took a look at as a member of the community [and asked] how can we work, what part can we play in building inclusive diversity and inclusion across communities?”"
podcast  top  stories  the  new  stack  makers 
april 2018 by jonerp
Women Engineers Who Inspire and Never Give Up - podcast via @alexwilliams
"In this episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, we spoke with Margaret Mayer, vice president of engineering at Capital One, and Ashley McNamara, principal technologist at Pivotal. Recorded at the OSCON open source conference in Austin in April, the conversation centered on mentoring and tips for women who may be shy or don’t want to speak up."
culture  events  interviews  podcast  top  stories  #ilooklikeanengineer  diversity  inclusion  kubernetes  open  source  communities  oscon  2017  software  engineering 
june 2017 by jonerp
Software Defined Talk 2017 Predictions: Cloud, Containers, and AI - podcast w/ @cote et al
"In this extra-special year-end edition of the Software Defined Talk podcast, we throw out our 2017 predictions, as well as speculate about GitHub’s business, and discuss Amazon Web Services, containers, artificial intelligence, and government IT. Since holiday family time is coming up, Brandon also suggests some simple family IT help-desk tasks — like backup — and throws out the stretch goal of discussing 2FA at the dinner table."
podcast  top  stories  github  sdt 
january 2017 by jonerp
Tech Diversity in 2016: The New Stack Podcasts
"The following is a year-end recap of our favorite diversity-themed podcast interviews of 2016. Topics ranged from navigating the many diverse identities are represented in the open source community, how mentoring is empowering women in the industry to reach their professional goals, why stronger leadership is crucial for increasing diversity initiatives, and how to bridge the overall diversity gap in tech. We also offer some tips for best practices surrounding diversity and inclusivity heading into 2017."
interviews  podcast  community  building  management  culture  developer  communities  diversity  individual  code  lgbt  lgbtq  open  source 
december 2016 by jonerp
Mentoring Is a Key to Broadening IT Diversity - podcast from @thenewstack
"The solution to the ongoing issue of diversity is not entirely a pipeline problem, Nampy explained. In particular, it is a problem with the culture of OpenStack and tech overall. “Culture is a big thing. The conversations happening in IRC that are happening are quite frankly not pleasant if you’re a woman. It’s quite male dominated, and conversations can be quite reflective of that. People forget that there are women in the meeting as well. That’s one thing I would like to see cleaned up a bit is the culture.”
events  podcast  top  stories  diversity  open  source  communities  development  governance  openstack  summit  barcelona  2016  the  new  stack  makers 
november 2016 by jonerp
Michael Coté, Pivotal: What Does It Mean to Be Cloud Native? - podcast w/ @alexwilliams + @cote
"Over the course of this interview, Coté discusses best practices and illustrates three requirements for cloud-native development and deployment: utilizing the patterns of microservices architecture, implementing a DevOps approach, and striving for continuous delivery as the primary vehicle for software delivery."
ebook  series  article  interviews  podcast  continuous  delivery  integration  devops  ebook2  applications  and  microservices  pivotal  the  new  stack  makers 
january 2016 by jonerp
451 Research’s @DBerkholz on Making DevOps Happen - podcast
"Regular readers of The New Stack will not be surprised in the least that 451 Research analyst Donnie Berkholz is on a mission to convince organizations to integrate their software development and IT operations teams. At the recent HPE Discover 2015 conference in London, Berkholz unveiled perhaps his strongest language to date, advocating not just for the two teams to coalesce but for their work processes to extend across departmental boundaries."
interviews  events  podcast  devops  donnie  berkholz  the  new  stack  makers  agile  culture  hpe  discover  2015 
december 2015 by jonerp
We Need to Speak Differently – Technical Marketing with Tyler Hannan - podcast by @geek_whisperers
"Tyler Hannan, Director of Technical Marketing at Basho, digests what in the world a Technical Marketing Engineer (TME) does. His journey goes from database administration to technical orator and he has a great view of the many parts of the Enterprise IT world."
podcast  marketing 
august 2015 by jonerp
The CTO in the field with Michael Letschin – Ep 89 - podcast by @geek_whisperers
"The Field CTO is a title that we see more often these days, but what does a CTO actually do? Michael Letschin, Field CTO at Nexenta Systems, tells us what the role entails."
podcast 
june 2015 by jonerp
DevOps and a Career Inflection Point with the Goat Whisperer: Episode 86 - podcast
"Michael Ducy, better known as The Goat Whisperer, joins us to discuss career growth with a DevOps-y twist"
podcast  devops 
may 2015 by jonerp

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