Episode Followup – Admin to Advocacy: How’d you do that? with Jeramiah Dooley

Jeramiah Dooley (@jdooley_clt) presents “Admin to Advocacy: How’d you do that?” Jeramiah gives us an intro into developer and cloud advocacy roles. What it is and what you need to know if you want to get into the field. Resources: http://jeramiah.net/ https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/

Episode Followup – How to Start Doing Data Science with Ayodele Odubela

Ayodele Odubela (@DataSciBae) presents “How to Start Doing Data Science” Ayodele gives us an intro into data science. What it is and what you need to know if you want to get into the field. Code for 25% off her new book: VBROWNBAG Resources: https://ayodeleodubela.com https://bit.ly/DS4A_AYO https://www2.slideshare.net/AyodeleROdubela/how-to-start-doing-data-science-240762610

Episode Followup – vSphere 7 Security News You Can Use presented by Bob Plankers

Bob Plankers (https://twitter.com/plankers) continues our vSphere7 series with a look at new security features and guidance in vSphere 7. Resources: https://twitter.com/vSphereSecurity https://www.vmware.com/security/advisories.html https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-Validated-Design/services/introduction-to-security-and-compliance/ https://github.com/vmware/dod-compliance-and-automation

Episode Followup – What’s new with VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 with Kevin Tebear

Kevin Tebear (https://twitter.com/ktebear) continues our series on VMware Cloud Foundation with a deeper look at the architecture and some details on new features in version 4.0 Resources: vmware.com/go/cloudfoundation-poster vmware.com/go/vcfhol vmware.com/go/cloudfoundation-community vmware.com/go/cloudfoundation-faq

Episode Followup – Unlocking the Potential of Events for SDDC Automation presented by Michael Gasch (@ebano1), William Lam (@lamw) and PK (@pkblah)

Michael, William and PK join us to discuss how VEBA enables event based automation for vSphere. Every VI Admin knows that little toolbar in vCenter Server showing the Tasks and Events happening in their environment. This is commonly used to track progress of an operation and can also be used for auditing purposes. However, did[…]

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

Episode Followup – Use Python’s async and await to boost DevOps by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)

Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy), host of the Talk Python To Me Podcast (@TalkPython) continues our Python For DevOps series with a presentation on how to use the async and await keywords to increase performance! Resources: https://github.com/mikeckennedy/async-await-jetbrains-webcast https://github.com/mikeckennedy/wakeup https://training.talkpython.fm/ https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/