There's always DevOps in the Banana Stand
By Matt Stratton, Trevor Hess, Jessica Kerr, and Bridget Kromhout
Whose Transformation Is It Anyway? With Andrew Clay Shafer
March 25, 2020
Transformation is a big deal. You can't just say "let's just transform!" so what are some of the things we should be thinking about?
Making DevOps Beginner-Friendly With Laura Santamaria
March 18, 2020
It can be hard to get into this whole 'DevOps' thing...Laura Santamaria (LogDNA) and Matt dig into what we can do to make it more accessible
We Are Always Learning With Patrick Debois
February 17, 2020
Matt and Jeff sit down with Patrick Debois to talk about Patrick's journey from systems engineer to DevOps royalty
February 11, 2020
In this episode, host Jessica Kerr is joined by guests Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais to discuss their book, Team Topologies.
Communities Are Made of People With Jono Bacon
January 17, 2020
Matt talks about all things community with Jono Bacon, the author of the new book 'People Powered'
2019 Year-End Wrap-Up
December 23, 2019
It's that time of year again! Matty, Trevor, Bridget, Jessica, and Joe wrap up the year with a discussion of favorite episodes, the year in review, and, of course, airline status.
Learning Stuff With Ali Spittel
December 10, 2019
Matt chats with Ali Spittel at All Things Open 2019 about all things learning!
Kubernetes & the Future
December 04, 2019
Bridget chats with Kelsey Hightower about Kubernetes and the future.
November 27, 2019
Bridget chats with Ian Coldwater about Kubernetes security
Kubernetes Best Practices
November 18, 2019
Bridget chats with the authors of Kubernetes Best Practices: Brendan Burns, Eddie Villalba, Dave Strebel, and Lachlan Evenson
Devopsdays Philadelphia 2019
November 03, 2019
Bridget chats with guests Peter Shannon, Jocelyn Harper, and Tim Gross in front of a live studio audience at devopsdays Philadelphia 2019.
The Meltwater Transformation
October 25, 2019
In this episode, Gene Connolly and Joan Freed discuss their DevOps transformation at Meltwater.
October 14, 2019
Matty talks with Ken Mugrage and Sasha Rosenbaum about DeliveryConf.
Devopsdays Cape Town 2019
October 02, 2019
Bridget chats with Devi Moodley, Daniel Maher, Adrian Moisey, and Cobus Bernard at devopsdays Cape Town 2019.
State of Devops 2019
September 26, 2019
In this episode, Nicole Fosgren and Jez Humble discuss the 2019 Accelerate State of Devops report.
Devopsdays Chicago 2019
September 17, 2019
Matty and Trevor chat with guests Jessie Frazelle, Veronica Hanus, and Jeff Smith in front of a live studio audience at devopsdays Chicago 2019.
Devopsdays Minneapolis 2019
August 16, 2019
Bridget and Matty chat with guests Liz Fong-Jones, Alice Goldfuss, and RJ Williams, in front of a live studio audience at devopsdays Minneapolis 2019.
Protocols and Sympathy With Martin Thompson
July 20, 2019
Making performance changes is about working smoothly with hardware AND with people.
Pushing Left With Tanya Janca
June 13, 2019
Tanya Janca of Microsoft joins Matty to talk about threat modeling, pushing left, serverless, and more!
Catching Up With Steven Murawski
May 23, 2019
Principal Engineering With Silvia Botros
April 21, 2019
Matty and Jessica discuss Principal Engineering with Silvia Botros.
Making DevOps Magic With Arup Chakrabarti
April 05, 2019
Making DevOps Magic: Matty chats with Arup Chakrabarti (PagerDuty).
Unreliable Things Can Be the Most Valuable Things
March 30, 2019
How do you make change in a complex system that is always failing, but must never break?
Certification Fun With Jay Gordon
March 22, 2019
Matty chats with Jay Gordon (Microsoft) about certification fun.
Shiny Objects With Jessie Frazelle and Andrew Clay Shafer
March 03, 2019
Bridget chats with Jessie Frazelle and Andrew Clay Shafer about what shiny objects have caught their attention recently.
The Database Calls Are Coming From Inside the DevOps
January 08, 2019
in which we define DevOps and what it means for your code's database interactions
2018 Year-End Wrap-Up
December 21, 2018
It's that time of year again! Matty, Trevor, Bridget, and Joe wrap up the year with a discussion of favorite episodes, tech trends and predictions, and, of course, airline status.
Fireside Chat With Jessica Kerr
December 18, 2018
Matty is joined by Jessica Kerr, software engineer extraordinaire and co-host of the amazing Greater Than Code podcast.
Cognitive Neuroscience – Episode 43
September 24, 2015
Trevor and Bridget chat with Courtney Nash (O'Reilly Media) and Lindsay Holmwood (Australian Government Digital Transformation Office) about cognitive neuroscience. We'll talk about recognizing cognitive fallacies, the psychology of alert design,
ChatOps Extravaganza – Episode 42
September 10, 2015
Matt and Trevor sit down with Jason Hand (VictorOps), Sasha Rosenbaum (10th Magnitude), and Peter Burkholder (Chef) to discuss chatops.
Episode 41 – Podcast Me Maybe
August 16, 2015
Matt, Trevor, and Bridget chat with Kyle Kingsbury (Stripe) about his research on failure in distributed systems. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSUd0sQEWNU Panel Show Notes Matt, Trevor, and Bridget catch up with Kyle Kingsbury about his resear...
Episode 40 – Building an Ops Team
July 29, 2015
Bridget and Trevor are joined by Charity Majors (Facebook), as well as Mike Rembetsy and Patrick McDonnell (Etsy) for a frank discussion on what goes into building a great ops team.
Episode 39 – Eating Sushi With Andrew Clay Shafer
July 18, 2015
Matt and Bridget sit down with Andrew Clay Shafer (finally!) at DevOpsDays Minneapolis to discuss his thoughts on what's going on with the DevOps world since 2009, as well as his opinions on podcasts having episode numbers. Sadly,
Episode 38 – Career DevOps
June 26, 2015
In this episode, Jeff Hackert discusses developing your career in DevOps. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeKZIsrj4EM Panel Checkouts Jeff Lyssa Adkins - Coaching intensive http://www.amazon.
Episode 37 – Disasters!
May 29, 2015
In this episode, Stephanie Van Dyk and Mark Imbriaco discuss how to communicate and how to recover in the event of complete disasters. https://youtu.be/E_DdM-pGHb8 Panel Checkouts Stephanie catehuston.com, Accidentally in Code www.
Episode 36 – Dr. BOFH, or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the DevOps
May 14, 2015
In this episode, "reformed" Bastard Operators From Hell Yvo van Doorn, Chris Read, and Kevin Hubbard discuss how the industry and their jobs have changed over time, especially with the advent of DevOps. https://youtu.be/zMd8H7lDBcU Panel
Episode 35 – DevOps and Marketing
April 30, 2015
Marketing departments are often told, "Don't use the term 'DevOps' incorrectly!" But exactly HOW should our marketing peers use that term? How can we effectively talk about DevOps in the marketing space? Shannon Smith from 10th Magnitude and Jason Hand...
Episode 34 – What’s New at Chef?
April 16, 2015
Recorded live at ChefConf 2015, we sat down with Julian Dunn, Seth Falcon, and Adam Edwards of Chef Software to talk about all the cool new things that Chef is cooking up - including Chef Delivery, Chef Analytics,
Episode 33 – DevOps Culture Change
March 31, 2015
DevOps revolves a lot around what an organization and culture should look like. We talk about it on just about every episode of this podcast. Something we tend to skate around though is the how. How do you change the culture of an organization?
Episode 32 – Starting a New DevOps Job
March 13, 2015
Starting any new job can be a mix of fun, excitement, and nervousness. But what about when you're coming into a DevOps-oriented organization? What are some of the special challenges entering a collaborative, "blameless" place of work?
Episode 31 – Docker! Docker! Docker!
February 26, 2015
James Turnbull has traveled the world speaking about Docker, and now he's here to tell ADO all about it. The tech, the company, and the community: James has opinions and was more than willing to share them! http://youtu.be/2AqE6KMCAK4 Panel
Episode 30 – DevOps in a Microsoft World
February 12, 2015
Is DevOps just for the open source world? Can you do DevOps in a Microsoft shop? What are some of the tools and capabilities available for Windows, Azure, and .NET professionals who want to approach work in a DevOps model?
Episode 29 – Hiring in a Post-DevOps World
January 22, 2015
At DevOpsDays Ghent in 2014, it was joked that we are living in a "post-DevOps world". What are the challenges in hiring for DevOps related jobs? We be talked with panelists on all sides of the table - recruiting, hiring,
Episode 28 – Incidents and Accidents: Examining Failure Without Blame
January 16, 2015
Dave Zwieback, VP of Engineering at Next Big Sound and Mike Rembetsy, VP of Technical Operations at Etsy discuss learning from the unexpected and examining failure without blame. With practical tips about technical tools and philosophical insights into...
Episode 27 – A Year of ADO
December 31, 2014
It’s been a year of ADO, with topics from CI to security, panels of devs and of ops, and even Pete Cheslock. For the last episode of the year, we thought it would be fun to revisit Matt and Trevor chatting,
Episode 26 – The Database: The Elephant in the Room
December 08, 2014
Data - we can’t have applications or services without it. If software is eating the world, then data is the maitre’d. However, it can be challenging to incorporate database design and release into the world of continuous delivery and devops.
Episode 25 – DevOps in the Enterprise
November 18, 2014
DevOps isn't just for startups - in fact, that argument can be made that it's even MORE important for large, enterprise-scale companies than for anyone else. What does it mean to "do DevOps" in an enterprise? Is there a different flavor of DevOps for ente
Episode 24 – Git 101
November 12, 2014
One of the reasons that DevOps can be transformative to an organization is that it shortens feedback loops - talking about CAMS, the measurement piece is where that can come into play. Anyway, in that spirit,
Episode 24 - Git 101
November 12, 2014
<p>One of the reasons that DevOps can be transformative to an organization is that it shortens feedback loops – talking about CAMS, the measurement piece is where that can come into play. Anyway, in that spirit, weâ€™re taking feedback weâ€™ve gotten from listeners who want more detailed, technical topics, and we have an episode talking about the HOW with git – with a very special guest, Emma Jane Westby.</p> <a href="http://media.blubrry.com/arresteddevops/podcasts.arresteddevops.com/arrested-devops-podcast-episode024.mp3">http://media.blubrry.com/arresteddevops/podcasts.arresteddevops.com/arrested-devops-podcast-episode024.mp3</a> <p></p> Show Notes <p>Source of Emma’s talk about Git: <a href="https://github.com/emmajane/gitforteams" target="_blank">https://github.com/emmajane/gitforteams</a><br /> Post version: <a href="http://24ways.org/2013/git-for-grownups/" target="_blank">http://24ways.org/2013/git-for-grownups/</a><br /> Recording: https://prague2013.drupal.org/session/git-makes-me-angry-inside</p> <p>Emma’s rant about storing the history of your project: <a href="http://gitforteams.com/resources/evolution-social-coding.html" target="_blank">http://gitforteams.com/resources/evolution-social-coding.html</a></p> <p>GitHub conversations: <a href="https://guides.github.com/introduction/flow/" target="_blank">https://guides.github.com/introduction/flow/</a></p> Panel <img alt='Emma Jane Westby' src="http://www.arresteddevops.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Emma-Jane-Westby_avatar_1415660844-120x120.png?25d68c" />Emma Jane Westby<p>Emma Jane lives and works in Nottingham, UK, and has taught Web technologies at both Seneca College and Humber College, knitting and bookbinding classes at various shops in Toronto and Owen Sound. She has delivered social and technical presentations at IT conferences across North America, Europe, and New Zealand. Her conference presentations have addressed: database migration, version control (Bazaar and Git), Drupal, women in open source, taking the SME business on-line, and community building. A list of upcoming and recent (technical) presentations is available from her <a href="http://www.emmajane.net/events">Speaking page</a>.</p><ul ><li><a href="http://www.emmajane.net/" target="_blank" title="Emma Jane Westby On The Web" >Web</a></li> | <li><a href="https://twitter.com/emmajanehw" target="_blank" title="Emma Jane Westby On Twitter" >Twitter</a></li></ul> Check-outs <p><b>Emma</b></p> <ul> <li><a href="http://www.kaleidoscopeapp.com/" target="_blank">Kaleidoscope</a> mergetool – Â because of image diffs</li> <li><a href="http://rachelnabors.com/training/" target="_blank">Sketch training for techies</a> – Â because of impostor syndrome for drawing</li> <li><a href="https://gnome.org/groupon/" target="_blank">GNOME</a>Â wins – Â go open source!</li> </ul> <p><b>Matt</b></p> <ul> <li><a href="https://github.com/remiprev/teamocil" target="_blank">Teamocil</a> Â – generator for tmux sessions</li> <li>The <a href="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nophone-usa/the-new-and-unimproved-nophone" target="_blank">NoPhone</a> Â – kickstarter for a â€œtechnology-free alternative to constant hand-to-phone contactâ€</li> <li><a href="http://fractio.nl/2014/09/19/not-a-promotion-a-career-change/" target="_blank">â€œItâ€™s not a promotion, itâ€™s a career changeâ€</a> Â – blog post by Lindsay Holmwood</li> </ul> <p><b>Trevor: </b></p> <ul> <li><a href="http://www.sandisk.com/enterprise/ulltradimm-ssd/" target="_blank">Sandisk SSD</a></li> <li>Android L: Inbox</li> <li><a href="http://www.popularmechanics.com/how-to/blog/what-you-need-to-know-about-rosettas-mission-to-land-on-a-comet-17416959" target="_blank">Rosetta Probe</a></li> </ul> <p><a href="http://arresteddevops.com/pagerduty"><img /></a></p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p><a href="http://www.arresteddevops.com/redgate"><img /></a></p>
Episode 23 – Managing Systems In The Cloud
October 14, 2014
Tom Limoncelli, one of the authors of The Practice of Cloud System Administration: Designing and Operating Large Distributed Systems talks with Matt and Trevor (but mostly Trevor) about the challenges of modern system management.