Live from DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019, Annie Michelia, database architect at Broadridge, sat down with DevOps Radio to discuss the implementation of DevOps in the financial sector. Annie describes her work as an architect at Broadridge focusing on on-premise database technologies, as well as AWS Cloud technologies, while playing a major role in cloud initiative projects for lift and shifts.
On this special episode of DevOps Radio live from DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019, Sam Fell is joined by a special panel of guests to discuss feature flags. On the panel is Erez Rusovsky, former CEO and founder of Rollout, who now leads the product of Rollout feature flags at CloudBees; Chris Condo, principal analyst at Forrester, who covers application development delivery; and Rachel Stephens, an analyst with RedMonk, focused on understanding technology trends from a practitioner-led perspective.
Host Brian Dawson is joined by Aravind Kalavagattu, Engineering Manager at LendingClub. Aravind oversees two teams, Engineering Efficiency, a team focused on development productivity, CI/CD tooling and the code review process, and Test Infrastructure and Automation, a team focused on testing strategies and efficiency.
Host Brian Dawson is back on the latest episode of DevOps Radio, joined by Nick Liffen, software engineering team lead at Eli Lilly. Nick started at Eli Lilly as a software developer and quickly moved to product ownership where he now oversees a team of eight people who focus on standing up Jenkins Share Libraries and Jenkins Pipelines in the DevOps space.
On the latest episode of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson is back, joined by DevOps Rising Stars Adam Robertson, Head of DevOps, Pinger, and Kristian Windsor, a DevOps engineer and former software engineer, Pinger.
We’re back –live from DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019 – with a panel comprised of Jayne Groll – DevOps Institute; Helen Beal – Ranger4; Damon Edwards – Rundeck; and Sean Davis – Equifax and hosted by Sam Fell. Straight off a live panel, the group dives right into their observations on the investments companies are making in upskilling their people
Analysts Dan Kirsch from Hurwitz & Associates, Jon Collins from GigaOm and Torsten Volk from EMA join our newest host, Sam Fell, for a special analyst panel, live at this year’s DevOps World | Jenkins World San Francisco. Through the work they’re doing with their clients, these three analysts have a front row seat to the ins and outs of digital transformation and innovation in the software development market.
Host Brian Dawson is back on the mic with Google Software Engineer Craig Barber for an all-new episode of DevOps Radio. In this podcast, the duo discusses some of the key Jenkins plugins for GCP in addition to the guiding tenants Craig’s team employs to provide great customer experience at Google.
In an all new episode of DevOps Radio, Michael Neale and Karen Taggart sit down with Haley Daiber, a Senior Associate at Unusual Ventures. Haley talks everything from building an app with her mom to co-founding the Whisky, Bourbon, Spirits Society and her work in venture capital.
In the latest episode of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson is joined by Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Chief Scientist at CloudBees and founder of Jenkins, and Kristen Baskett Solution Marketing Manager at CloudBees. As three of the minds behind the fifth annual DevOps and Jenkins Community Survey, the trio digs into the data from the survey, sharing some of the surprising – and not so surprising – trends.
Hot on the heels of CloudBees’ acquisition of Electric Cloud, host Brian Dawson sits down with former CTO of Electric Cloud, and current VP of technology strategy at CloudBees, Anders Wallgren. In this episode, the conversation focuses on the importance of understanding technology to make better business decisions by discussing some of the continuous delivery processes central to Electric Cloud’s capabilities.
As the industry continues to heat up with a string of recent open source acquisitions, host Brian Dawson chats with Kris Buytaert, a Linux and Open Source Expert and the Cofounder and CTO, of Inuits, to discuss some of the current trends in open source as just one piece of the greater DevOps movement.
In the latest installment of DevOps Radio, host Andre Pino is joined by industry thought leader Sam Newman. Sam is an author, speaker and independent consultant (previously at Thoughtworks) who specializes in cloud storage and microservices.
Guest host Karen Taggart and host Michael Neale sit down with Charity Majors of Honeycomb.io to discuss Charity's evangelical zeal for testing in production and throwing off old ways of thinking about observability.
On the latest episode of DevOps Radio, Julien Vehent, Engineering Manager at Mozilla Firefox, joins host Andre Pino to spread “security awareness.” Along with deep experience in cloud services, he helps manage security operations on the back-end side of the Firefox infrastructure.
Episode 50, featuring Dave Ezrakhovich, senior engineer from Taboola, wraps up the series of interviews conducted during DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018. In his conversation with host, Brian Dawson, they focus on how data has become an integral part of the DevOps process.
In Episode 49 of DevOps Radio, Host Brian Dawson sits down with managing director of Accenture’s DevOps Group, Jon Hammant, to discuss his DevOps advisory role for the company and both the internal and external aspects of DevOps at Accenture.
Chris Condo, senior analyst at Forrester Research, joins DevOps Radio for some rapid-fire questions with host Andre Pino, VP of marketing at CloudBees. With 34 years as a developer under his belt (including time at Microsoft) and a brief stint as a software consultant, Chris is an expert on all things software delivery.
What does a DevOps transformation look like at a hardware company? That’s the questions Harald Gottlicher, software architect at Bosch, answers in the latest episode of DevOps Radio. Harald and host Brian Dawson dive right in to the specifics of the process the team at Bosch underwent and the problems solved by implementing CI/CD.
In this special edition of DevOps Radio, Michael (Mic) Neale, engineering manager and co-founder of CloudBees, and Karen Taggart, senior customer success manager at CloudBees, are joined by Manisha Arora co-founder of Veertu. Manisha talks about Veertu's space in the market specifically how the company has built an ecosystem of software development solutions in the previously uninhabited iOS space.
On the latest episode of DevOps Radio, Harris Kirk, senior DevOps engineer at healthcare software solution, Wolters Kluwer, joins host Brian Dawson to explain how the saying ‘every business is a software business’ can also apply to healthcare.
James Governor, analyst and co-founder of Red Monk, sits down with Sacha Labourey at DevOps World | Jenkins World, Nice to catch up on software development and deployment, including which companies are doing it well.
DevOps Radio’s original host, CloudBees vice president of marketing, Andre Pino, is joined by Diego Lo Guidice, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, to cover everything from agile to testing.
On this episode of DevOps Radio, Keith Pleas, DevOps Architecture Senior Manager at Accenture and Stas Zvinyatskovsky Engineering Leader, Software Architect, Managing Director at Accenture, discuss what organizations need to consider when looking towards modern engineering with DevOps.
In Episode 41, host Brian Dawson is joined by Ishu Gupta, a senior software engineer at Capital One. During the episode, Ishu shares the details of Capital One’s DevOps transformation, breaking down the overall pipeline experience into four pieces – onboarding, CI/CD, monitoring and release.