In Episode 80 of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson and tech executive Randy Shoup share advice on how to scale DevOps CI/CD practices as organizations grow.
Host Brian Dawson is joined by Nick Koutrelakos, lead React Native mobile developer at Stadium Goods, to talk about the company's focus on building a react native app that inspires customers and suppliers.
DevOps Radio Host Brian Dawson speaks with CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey about what software companies can expect in the COVID Era.
Following the release of the 2020 State of Software Delivery Management Report, the survey’s authors, Principal Analyst Sanjeev Sharma from Accelerated Strategies Group, and Mitch Ashley, the company’s CEO, join host Brian Dawson on DevOps Radio for a wide-ranging discussion about the current state of software delivery management in the enterprise.
Host Brian Dawson is joined by Vincent Behar a software architect at Dailymotion, a video-sharing technology platform. As a friend of CloudBees and the Jenkins community Vincent discusses his journey from CI to CD with Jenkins X.
Agile software development expert Elisabeth Hendrickson shares lessons from her career and explains what considerations enterprises must make to achieve agile software development.
In the second panel from CloudBees Connect, host Brian Dawson delves further into learnings and best practices for enabling and empowering developers while driving business objectives. The discussion features Jimmy McNamara and Aoife Fitzmaurice of Fidelity, Sanmat Jhanjhari of Nationwide Building Society and Aswini Rajasekaran of AIB.
Host Brian Dawson leads a panel discussion on the Reality of Delivering Modern Software in an Enterprise Environment with Jennifer Hansen of Capital One, Adam Robertson of Pinger, Robert Kelley of IHG and Daniel Ritchie of Broadridge. These DevOps leaders share learnings and best practices for enabling and empowering developers while driving business objectives.
On Episode 72 of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson is joined by Nicolas Chaillan, Chief Software Officer for the United States Department of Defense. As the first person to hold this title for the federal government, Nicolas is responsible for introducing DevSecOps to the United States Department of Defense.
Host Brian Dawson is back on the mic with Daniel Ritchie, Distinguished Engineer at Broadridge, the leading provider of investor communications, technology-driven solutions, and data and analytics to the financial services industry. During the course of the conversation the two discuss the misconceptions associated with DevOps, bringing DevOps to the enterprise and managing the environmental factors within the organizations to make DevOps successful.
DevOps Radio host Brian Dawson is back, joined by Cheryl Razzell, director of platform and Live Ops at Polystream. As Polystream reinvents the way that we use the internet for streaming 3D interactive content and applications by leveraging the compute in the cloud and rendering locally, Cheryl's role is about growing the platform that hosts their streaming technology, which is Polystream’s “magic sauce.”
In this episode of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson is joined by Jimmy McNamara, product manager at Fidelity Investments. His main focus in this role is to work with the business to identify and understand what their needs are in terms of capabilities to help them be able to produce great software.
DevOps Radio host Brian Dawson is back and joined by the CloudBees Jenkins X team consisting of Mo Plassnig, James Rawlings and James Strachan, who all worked on the recent launch of CloudBees CI/CD powered by Jenkins X.
On the latest episode of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson is joined by co-host Sam Fell, AVP of Marketing at CloudBees and DevOps Delivery Coach and Consultant, Manuel Pais. In this episode they discuss the recurring challenges in software development that led Manuel to co-author the book, Team Topologies: Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow.
DevOps Radio host Brian Dawson is back, broadcasting live with Director of Engineering at Autodesk, George Swan. George has been leading the CI/CD effort within the Autodesk for the last few years. At the time George was hired, the company had been undergoing a digital transformation in which CI/CD played a crucial role. George made the pitch to begin working at the helm of the CI/CD project, and has been leading it ever since.
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.