Wednesday, October 25, 2017

The Hot Aisle – The Right to be Forgotten with Brian Rutledge of Spanning – Episode 73

Brian Rutledge (@scarabeetle) Principal Security Engineer for Spanning (@spanningbackup) joins us this week on The Hot Aisle to talk about Security Awareness and the need for heightened awareness in today’s climate. Your hosts Brent Piatti (@BrentPiatti) and Brian Carpenter (@intheDC) are all over the map as they break down security threats and education, GDPR and the impact the EU’s regulations are going to have on the world, and the differences between information security and information privacy.  You’re going to want to put all your usb drives in a bag of rice for this episode – don’t ask us why, just trust us on this one.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

The Hot Aisle – Building Apps in Their Native Habitat with Michael Ducy of Chef – Episode 72

Michael Ducy (@mfdii) Director of Product Marketing at Chef (@chef) joins us this week on The Hot Aisle to talk about the the launch of Habitat Builder, which enables organizations build, control, and manage its’ apps.  Your hosts Brent Piatti (@BrentPiatti) and Brian Carpenter (@intheDC) Work to understand how Chef is helping organizations bridge the gap on application management across multi-cloud environments both in dev and production.  You want it on Docker, you got it.  Mesosphere? You got it. Kubernetes? Ditto.  Can we deploy it? Habitat the Builder. Yes we Can!

Friday, October 6, 2017

The Hot Aisle – Shipping Around Blobs of Clojure with Rob Zuber of Circle CI – Episode 71

Image result for rob zuberRob Zuber (@z00b) Chief Technology Officer for CircleCI (@CircleCI) joins us this week on The Hot Aisle to talk about Continuous Integration & Continuous Development (CI/CD) and fundamental ideas about how to break down monoliths and improve development processes through tools. Your hosts Brent Piatti (@BrentPiatti) and Brian Carpenter (@intheDC) break down how CircleCI is getting organizations out of the business of undifferentiated heavy lifting, and into finding and delivering patterns of services that others can leverage.  Even Jabba the Hut would bow to these blobs of Clojure we’re about to ship to you!