There's always DevOps in the Banana Stand
By Matt Stratton, Trevor Hess, Jessica Kerr, and Bridget Kromhout
Platform Engineering With Daniel Bryant
May 18, 2023
ADO Episode - Platforms with Kelsey Hightower and Andrew Clay Shafer Daniel’s Kubecon talk Daniel’s blog/tweet thread the kicked off his interest in Platform Eng Spotify golden paths Crossing the Chasm - Technology Adoption Lifecycle Backstage project Backstage as a service
Into the VOID Report With Casey Rosenthal and Courtney Nash
April 13, 2023
VOID The Verica Open Incident Database (VOID) makes public software-related incident reports available to everyone, increasing understanding of software-based failures in order to make the internet a more resilient and safe place. After scrutinizing nearly 10,000 incidents, one thing is crystal clear: Resilience saves time. Taking the time to understand how to better respond when something green turns red—learning from the people, the processes, and the systems—will make your next incident smoother. 2022 VOID Report “Taylorism is a corporate disease that we haven’t developed a vaccine for yet” - Courtney
Continuous Feedback With Roni Dover
July 28, 2022
Jess and Roni talk about what continous feedback: where it came from, what it looks like in the context of a dev proces, and the benefits it can bring to engineers and developers. They also discuss Roni’s observability project, Digma.ai… and his other passion, complicated board games.
Engineers Are People With Dagna Bieda
March 21, 2022
We Have More Work to Do With Tim Banks
March 02, 2022
Why Are We Still Talking About DevOps and Security
February 16, 2022
Deserted Island DevOps 2021
January 07, 2022
2021 Year-End Wrap-Up
December 31, 2021
Favorite Episodes Drawing DevOps with Ashton Rodenhiser Multicluster Service Mesh With Phillip Gibson and Annie Wang Brigade With Kent Rancourt Most Popular Episodes Most listened-to episode in 2021 was All Things Docker Second most listened-to episode in 2021 was Foundational Practices With Johan Abildskov Number three was Doing Releases Right With Scott Hain Pet photos! Moxie Nimoy and Ripley
Technical Agile Coaching With Emily Bache
November 22, 2021
Emily’s book ProAgile Emily’s blog Emily’s github
Approval testing tools mentionedhttps://approvaltests.com/ https://github.com/texttest/texttest
The Reality of DevSecOps With Steve Giguere
October 22, 2021
Matty’s dog on Twitter Shifting Left Securely (Matty’s talk at devopsdays denver 2017) Steve’s “Collaboration over competition” talk Trivy Checkov from bridgecrew Cosecast Pushing left with Tanya Janca (ADO episode) Cosecast with Tanya Janca We Hack Purple Security Chaos Engineering With Aaron Rinehart (ADO epsiode)
Brigade With Kent Rancourt
September 16, 2021
Bridget chats with Kent Rancourt about Brigade.
Words Are Hard With Emily Freeman
September 08, 2021
Emily Freeman, Principal, DevOps Solutions at AWS and Matt have a frank conversation about how DevOps has changed, where it's going, and the merits of the Oxford comma.
Multicluster Service Mesh With Phillip Gibson and Annie Wang
August 04, 2021
Bridget chats with Phillip Gibson and Annie Wang about multicluster service mesh.
Foundational Practices With Johan Abildskov
June 15, 2021
"If you invest enough into foundational practices you can ignore them" - this is a heady statement, and special guest Johan Abildskov takes us through a journey to explore what our foundationa
Drawing DevOps With Ashton Rodenhiser
May 06, 2021
Matt is joined by Ashton Rodenhiser, who has become a fixture at many conferences where she provides graphic recordings of various talks and presentations!
The Edge of Now With Cat Swetel
April 21, 2021
In this episode, Jess talks with guest Cat Swetel about her career, writings, and thoughts on DevOps.
Seasons of Community With Katy Farmer
March 31, 2021
Does tech ask more from its community than other industries? What does it mean to be part of a community and what is expected of us?
All Things Docker
March 13, 2021
Bridget chats with Justin Cormack and Donnie Berkholz of Docker.
Learning to Learn and Learning to Teach With Shelby Spees
February 08, 2021
Learning, as well as teaching, are both skills. Skills that we can develop with intentionality and practice. Shelby Spees, a Developer Advocate at Honeycomb, shares her insight into this topic.
The Six Plots of Tech Twitter
January 25, 2021
Sources differ on where this started, but Kurt Vonnegut posited that there are basically six story types. Matt wondered if there was similarly only six stories that are told on tech Twitter. Guests Sasha Rosenbaum, Kat Cosgrove, Quintessence...
Doing Releases Right With Scott Hain
January 05, 2021
Releasing software is more that just having a clever pipeline. Scott Hain (Hashicorp) digs into some of the practical considerations of improving your release engineering process.
2020 Year-End Wrap-Up
December 18, 2020
It's that time of year again! Matty, Trevor, Bridget, Jessica, Jeff, and Joe wrap up the year with a discussion of favorite episodes, the Year That Was, and a deep dive into 90s-era sci-fi.
Breaking Down Gates With Tim Banks
November 17, 2020
Tim Banks joins Matt for a blunt discussion about how to break down gates and barriers in tech. Also, chili is discussed, in depth.
Devopsdays Chicago 2020
November 09, 2020
DevOpsDays Chicago 2020 was the first time the long-running conference went virtual. A panel of speakers and organizers discuss the event, how it was produced, and what the experience was like!
Tea and Anarchy With Alice Goldfuss and Ian Coldwater
October 22, 2020
Bridget chats with Alice Goldfuss and Ian Coldwater.
State of Open Source Security With Alyssa Miller
October 12, 2020
Alyssa Miller (Snyk) discusses the findings of the Synk State of Open Source Security report with Matt and Jessica
Incident Retrospectives With Amy Tobey, Alex Hidalgo, and Rein Heinrichs
September 25, 2020
So you've had an incident. What can you learn from it afterwards? Amy Tobey, Alex Hidalgo, and Rein Heinrich talk with Matt about strategies and techniques for great incident retrospectives.
Don't Worry, Do Care With Aaron Blohowiak
September 13, 2020
Aaron Blohowiak joins host Jessica Kerr to discuss his DevOps work at Netflix.
Service Mesh With Michelle Noorali and Delyan Raychev
August 05, 2020
Bridget chats with Michelle Noorali and Delyan Raychev about service mesh.
Developer Experience With Stephanie Stimac
July 27, 2020
What exactly is "Developer Experience"? Stephanie Stimac (Design Technologist and Program Manager for Microsoft Edge Developer Experiences) shares what DevEx is, and why it matters. We also discuss The Web We Want initiative and maybe even try...
Deserted Island DevOps
May 26, 2020
The first-ever DevOps conference to take place in Animal Crossing happened on April 30. In another history-making event, Matty is joined by the largest panel of guests in ADO history, and talks with the event organizers, as well as the speakers, about wha
Security Chaos Engineering With Aaron Rinehart
May 18, 2020
So you feel like you've got a good handle on chaos engineering...but can you use it for security use cases? Aaron Rinehart of Verica (and the author of the upcoming O'Reilly book on the topic) walks Matt and Jessica through some of the...
Helm Community With Matt Farina, Karen Chu, and Matt Butcher
April 30, 2020
Bridget chats with Matt Farina, Karen Chu, and Matt Butcher about the Helm community.
What's the Deal With AWS Billing...? With Corey Quinn and Pete Cheslock
April 23, 2020
Jessica and Matt spend a little time with Corey Quinn and Pete Cheslock of the Duckbill Group to dig into the mysteries of AWS billing, why product names are all terrible, and what exactly is a "cloud economist" anyway?
WebAssembly, Krustlet, and the Future
April 14, 2020
Bridget chats with Taylor Thomas and Brian Ketelsen about WebAssembly, Krustlet, and the Future.
Secure by Design
April 09, 2020
Jessica chats with Dan Bergh Johnsson, Daniel Deogun, Daniel Sawano - authors of the book Secure by Design
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.