Podcasts

Listen to cloud-native experts talk about the latest in technology in building modern software.

  • Chaos Engineering, Explained

    Chaos Engineering, Explained

    Chaos engineering can save your organization millions by reducing outages. Here's advice on how to get started.

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  • Refactor or lift-and-shift: How to prioritize modernization efforts

    Refactor or lift-and-shift: How to prioritize modernization efforts

    In this episode of the Cloud & Culture podcast, Felicia Schwartz of VMware Tanzu Labs discusses how her team helps organizations find the right plan for application modernization.

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  • DevSecOps for US Federal agencies (FIPs, STIGs, auditors, AOs, and all that)

    DevSecOps for US Federal agencies (FIPs, STIGs, auditors, AOs, and all that)

    When Federal people ask to secure a DevOps app creation and delivery process, what do they mean? Chris Willis joins Coté in this episode to answer that question with a #vmwaretanzu customer example.

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  • (Almost) Everything You Need to Know About SRE

    (Almost) Everything You Need to Know About SRE

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  • From Objects to Capabilities: Joe Hoh on Infrastructure Team to Platform Team

    From Objects to Capabilities: Joe Hoh on Infrastructure Team to Platform Team

    What's different about the day in the life of a DevOps Platform pro from an infrastructure pro? Hear what's the same and what's new.

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  • How A21 Is Bringing Software to the Fight Against Human Trafficking

    How A21 Is Bringing Software to the Fight Against Human Trafficking

    How VMware's Pivotal Act program helped nonprofit A21 create a better method of educating its stakeholders.

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  • Managing remote working, strategy & people

    Managing remote working, strategy & people

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  • The Business Case For Cloud Computing with Kevin Jackson

    The Business Case For Cloud Computing with Kevin Jackson

    In this episode, Dormain talks with Kevin L. Jackson, author of "Click to Transform," about the business case for cloud computing.

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  • Everything I know about platform operations and platform as a product

    Everything I know about platform operations and platform as a product

    What platform operations and “platform as a product” means, how it differs from existing ops, and why it’s so. Also, some “therefore, do these things” tactics.

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  • What It's Like Helping Nonprofits Develop Software—and What We All Can Learn

    What It's Like Helping Nonprofits Develop Software—and What We All Can Learn

    Ellie Ereira discusses VMware Pivotal Act—the initiative she runs and helped create to help nonprofits improve their operations using the tried-and-true Pivotal Labs methodology.

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  • Sympathy for the Platform Team with Adam Furtado of Kessel Run

    Sympathy for the Platform Team with Adam Furtado of Kessel Run

    Building a DevOps platform takes some lessons from product development teams

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  • The kubernetes community for developers, with Jorge Castro

    The kubernetes community for developers, with Jorge Castro

    Jorge Castro explains how the kubernetes community works, the different parts, how to get involved, and what developers should know about it.

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  • The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Remote Software Development

    The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Remote Software Development

    In this episode of the Cloud & Culture podcast, we discuss the state of remote work with Joe Moore and Paul Sullivan of VMware Pivotal Labs.

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  • State of Spring 2020, survey

    State of Spring 2020, survey

    We cover interesting finds from the 2020 survey: popular Spring Frameworks in us, how many apps are containerized, and kubernetes plans.

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  • How Communication Makes Agile Development More Effective and Efficient

    How Communication Makes Agile Development More Effective and Efficient

    Teams can follow the agile manifesto to a T, but still end up spinning their wheels or, maybe worse, getting traction and investing resources on the wrong projects. However, there is hope.

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  • Finding business value, with Robbie Clutton

    Finding business value, with Robbie Clutton

    A discussion on defining and discovering "business value."

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  • Kubernetes: When You Need It and How to Scale It

    Kubernetes: When You Need It and How to Scale It

    The latest episode of our Cloud & Culture podcast features some major considerations for organizations to consider as they’re deciding whether and when to adopt Kubernetes.

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  • Kubernetes as enterprise architecture, with Rick Clark

    Kubernetes as enterprise architecture, with Rick Clark

    Coté and Rick Clark discuss the implied enterprise architecture in kubernetes. Plus, frogs that are only poisonous in the wild.

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  • Responsible Microservices, with Nate Schutta

    Responsible Microservices, with Nate Schutta

    Sometimes you feel like a microservice, sometimes you feel like a monolith. In this episode, Coté talks with Nate Schutta about his new book Responsible Microservices.

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  • Advice for first-time founders on getting your startup off the ground

    Advice for first-time founders on getting your startup off the ground

    Jackie Ros Amable shares her experience as a non-traditional startup founder, from learning how to speak venture capital to building software products with an assist from VMware Pivotal Labs.

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