Episode Followup – What is OpenShift and what does it have to do with Kubernetes?

Tonight will be talking with Diamond Jorsling (@EngineeredCurlz) covering OpenShift; what it is, why it is awesome, and how it compares to vanilla Kubernetes. Diamond is an SRE who focuses on DevSecOps. She works with all things RedHat, AWS, CI/CD, and Containers. She currently works with Microsoft focusing on RedHat Openshift. She provides an overview[…]

Episode Followup – Serverless DevOps: How to Scale a Serverless First Initiative

Tonight will be talking with Kristi Perreault (@kperreault95) covering Serverless DevOps, and how to scale a Serverless First initiative inside of your organization. Kristi is a Senior Software Engineer in Serverless Enablement and Development at Liberty Mutual Insurance, and the conversation we will be having tonight dives into what she and her team have been[…]

Episode Followup – Certified Kubernetes Administrator: Workloads and Scheduling presented by Walid Shaari.

Continuing with our series, in this video will the cover the “Workloads and Scheduling” domain for the Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam. In episode 4, we are going to be talking with Walid Shaari (@walidshaar) about Workloads and Scheduling. Walid is a cloud-native advocate #RedHatAccelerator, and #AWSContainerHero. He also holds the CKA, CKAD, and CKS certifications[…]

Episode Followup – Certified Kubernetes Administrator: Cluster Configuration presented by Tyler Hatton

Tonight will be a continuation of our Certified Kubernetes Administrator series, where we are covering the major domains of the exam. In episode 3, we are going to be talking with Tyler Hatton (@tlrhtn) about Cluster Configuration. Tyler is an automation SME and focuses on assisting traditional IT organizations to adopt SRE/DevOps principles. He also[…]

Episode Followup – Certified Kubernetes Administrator: Cluster Architecture presented by David Espejo

David Espejo (@davidmirror) kicks off the first episode in our Kubernetes series covering the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam. David has been in the IT industry for over 12 years and has recently obtained his CKA. He discusses the exam format, why teams should consider the use of Kubernetes and dives into the various components[…]

Episode Followup – Pydantic: Modern Python Data Validation and Settings by Michael Kennedy

Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy) returns to the show to talk about Pydantic, a Python library that works with data validation and settings management using Python type annotations. Michael joined us previously to discuss Python’s async and await implementations and we are excited to have him back to dive more into all things Python. Michael is a[…]

Episode Followup – Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Terraform (But Were Afraid To Ask) by Ned Bellavance

Ned Bellavance (@Ned1313) sits down with us for an discussion about Terraform, the latest from Hashiconf, tips and tricks for using Terraform for automating your infrastructure, and more. Ned is a Hashicorp Ambassador, a Microsoft MVP, and a Pluralsight author. He currently hosts and cohosts podasts such as Day Two Cloud, Buffer Overflow, and The[…]

Episode Followup – Flask on AWS Fargate by Michael Herman

Michael Herman (@MikeHerman) continues our Python For DevOps series how to use Python, Docker, and AWS Fargate to run a Flask microservice! It’s a lot of knowledge in 46 minutes to hang on tight! Resources: https://gitlab.com/testdriven/flask-tdd-docker/tree/aws-fargate https://testdriven.io/courses/tdd-flask/ https://testdriven.io/ https://realpython.com/ https://mherman.org/ https://github.com/mjhea0

Episode Followup – Learning Python: Foundations to Real World Projects by Eric Matthes

Eric Matthes (@ehmatthes), author of the best seller Python Crash Course, continues our Python For DevOps series, shares baby pics of himself, and does a live coding exercise using the requests module and threading! Resources: https://ehmatthes.github.io/pcc_2e https://ehmatthes.github.io https://nostarch.com/pythoncrashcourse2e