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Screaming in the Cloud with Corey Quinn features conversations with domain experts in the world of Cloud Computing. Topics discussed include AWS, GCP, Azure, Oracle Cloud, and the "why" behind how businesses are coming to think about the Cloud.

Screaming in the Cloud with Corey Quinn features conversations with domain experts in the world of Cloud Computing. Topics discussed include AWS, GCP, Azure, Oracle Cloud, and the "why" behind how businesses are coming to think about the Cloud.
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Screaming in the Cloud with Corey Quinn features conversations with domain experts in the world of Cloud Computing. Topics discussed include AWS, GCP, Azure, Oracle Cloud, and the "why" behind how businesses are coming to think about the Cloud.




Going Serverless with AJ Stuyvenberg

AJ Stuyvenberg began his career writing software for St. Jude Medical. Today, he’s a senior software engineer at Serverless, Inc., makers of the increasingly popular open source Serverless framework designed to make it easier to deploy applications across cloud vendors. Join Corey and AJ as they discuss what a day in the life of an engineer at Serverless looks like, what the Serverless framework actually is and how it helps developers, how an open source company makes money, how Serverless...


Reverse Engineering the Capital One Breach with Josh Stella

Cloud security makes Josh Stella tick. In 2013, he founded Fugue, a company that brings native security and simplified operations to cloud architecture. Join Corey and Josh as they discuss why Fugue is called Fugue, how the approach hackers take has changed in recent years, why cloud security is actually more of a physics and biology problem than a technology problem, the recent Capital One data breach, how it likely happened, why the bank didn’t necessarily do anything wrong, why cloud...


The Anatomy of Developer Advocacy with Matt Broberg

For the last five years, Matt Broberg has worn many different developer advocate hats. These days, his developer hat looks a bit … red ... as he’s an advocate, writer, and editor for at Red Hat. Join Corey and Matt as they discuss IBM’s recent acquisition of Red Hat, open source culture and how to contribute without submitting code, the rise of developer relations and whether the term “DevRel” will stick, what developer relations actually is, what its future looks like, and...


How to Grade DevOps Teams with Nicole Forsgren, PhD

Nicole Forsgren grew up in a small farm town in Idaho. After working as a programmer, a software engineer, and a systems administrator at IBM, she went back to school to get her PhD in Management Information Systems. Now, she leads research and strategy at Google and oversees the production of the annual State of DevOps Report. Join Corey and Nicole as they discuss what it’s like to put together said reports, why people are so passionate about their DevOps team’s unique approach, the four...


Episode 74 - Podcasting about Podcasting with Richard Campbell

Be honest: How many people decide to launch a weekly podcast actually end up publishing hundreds upon hundreds of episodes? Richard Campbell, founder and chairman of the Humanitarian Toolbox and host of RunAsRadio podcast, is someone who actually did. Join Corey and Richard as they talk about what it’s like to host 1,650-plus podcast episodes, building open source tools for disaster relief, moving away from legacy tech, the power of admitting you don’t understand something, how snarkiness...


Episode 73 - Building a Cloud Supercomputer on AWS with Mike Warren

Supercomputers used to be gigantic monstrosities that would take up enormous rooms. Now, you can run them in the cloud. Just ask Mike Warren, CTO and co-founder of Descartes Labs, a company that provides Earth imagery to help folks understand planetary changes—like deforestation, water cycles, agriculture, and more. Join Corey and Mike as they discuss what it’s like to build supercomputers on top of AWS and how “easy” it is, the power of Amazon’s Spot blocks, building Beowulf clusters in the...


Episode 72: Data Security in AWS with Chris Vickery

Another week, another high-profile data breach. Well, that’s what it seems like anyway. As Director of Cyber Risk Research at UpGuard, Chris Vickery knows a thing or two about why these breaches are occurring—and what organizations can do to minimize the likelihood they do. Join Corey and Chris as they talk about why so many companies leave S3 buckets publicly exposed, raising the bar of low-hanging fruit for data security, why organizations can’t blame third parties for breaches, why AWS...


Episode 71: Boomeranging Back into Microsoft with Tara Walker

Microsoft has undergone a major transformation over the last several years. Just ask Tara Walker, principal software engineer, who recently rejoined the company after a four-year hiatus at AWS. Join Corey and Tara as they talk about this transformation, why the world of IoT gets more exciting every day, what Microsoft is focused on today, why Tara is now pursuing a master’s degree at Georgia Tech, and much more.


Episode 70: Creating Custom T-Shirts through the Cloud with Ken Collins

For two decades, Custom Ink has helped folks around the world create unique T-shirts, jackets, activewear, promotional products, and more. Today, the company has hundreds of applications and services in the cloud. But their infrastructure didn’t always look like that. Join Corey as he talks with Ken Collins, a staff engineer at Custom Ink, about the value of AWS certification, moving the Custom Ink’s monolithic Rails apps to AWS Lambda and EC2, why they still love Ruby, what technologies...


Episode 69: On-Premise Nation-States with Dr. Galen Hunt

Azure Sphere is Microsoft’s push into Internet of Things security, promising lifetime security updates and more. In this episode, Dr. Galen Hunt explains why Azure Sphere is so important to device manufacturers, and gives some examples of real-world uses.


Episode 68: The Rise of the Cloud-First Generation with Christina Warren

Before she held her current role as senior cloud advocate at Microsoft, Christina Warren was a self-proclaimed “content engineer.” These days, who follows a traditional career path anyway? Tune in to hear Corey and Christina discuss how to give killer conference talks, what it means to be a developer advocate, what the next generation of cloud developers looks like, why grizzled IT veterans shouldn’t be wary of moving to the cloud, and more


Episode 67: Infrastructure as Code with Terraform and Mitchell Hashimoto

HashiCorp has embraced the multi-cloud, and in this episode, Corey asks Founder and CTO Mitchell Hashimoto to explain how that’s working out. From Terraform’s humble beginnings to the answer to “why HCL?” Hashimoto explains what makes HashiCorp tick, and why it continues to do so.


Episode 66: VMware? VMhere with Sean O’Dell

VMware is shifting its business as more companies move code to the cloud. What does that mean for the company internally? In this episode, Corey gets an inside view of this shift and discusses some recent acquisitions the company has made to change its business model.


Episode 65: Cloud Coreyography Mark 2 with Azure’s Corey Sanders

Another chat with another Corey but this time Corey Sanders has a shiny new title: Corporate VP of Microsoft Solutions. In this episode the two Coreys discuss the Microsoft mission statement, more real-world Azure examples, and why “vendor lock in” is both simpler yet more complicated today than ever.


Episode 64: Serverless Runs on Serverless Framework with Austen Collins

Serverless deployment is picking up steam in the industry, and Austen Collins has been leading the charge since 2015. In this episode, Collins talks about his work with AWS, building the Serverless Framework, and why it’s solving so many problems.


Episode 63: DevOps for Dummies with Emily Freeman

Emily Freeman’s book on DevOps is an approachable read for all types, not just techies. As DevOps for Dummies is set to hit the shelves, she sat down to talk to Corey about the process of writing a book, what she learned during that process, and how teams of all types can learn from her insights on management.


Episode 62: Serverless Storytelling with Anna Spysz

Anna Spysz offers a different perspective, coming from communications first and engineering second. In this episode, she describes the hybrid model employed at Stackery for developing cloud applications that can save time and frustration, plus she’s got a few tips for liberal arts majors looking to get into tech.


Episode 61: Building Microsoft Azure with Scott Guthrie

Scott Guthrie shares his experiences at Microsoft as the company has shifted its strategy and corporate culture. He answers questions about Azure, working with partners, and why Microsoft’s customer-first focus has led to multiple learnings across the organization. There are few people with such a perspective in the industry, and Guthrie provides key insights for those looking at cloud solutions, or anyone considering migrating from on-premises to cloud architecture.


Episode 60: Managing Secrets for Kubernetes with Kamus with Omer Levi Hevroni

There are a lot of choices for managing and encrypting secrets in Kubernetes. Kamus is one of those solutions, and it was developed as an open-source project by Omer Levi Hevroni. Today we’re talking with Omer, a DevSecOps engineer with Soluto at Asurion, about his work on Kamus, its origins, and how it’s being applied for secrets management in Kubernetes.


Episode 59: Rebuilding AWS S3 in a Weekend with Valentino Volonghi

Amazon’s AWS offers a tantalizing range of services at incredible prices. While not a panacea to all your cloud computing needs, it’s definitely risen fast to become a critical piece of the pie for many companies looking to scale up quickly. Valentino Volonghi is CTO of AdRoll, who uses AWS extensively. In this episode, Volonghi relates his years of experience with AWS, and all its growing pains. Today? There’s a lot of magic in S3 as well, and Volonghi explains how AdRoll leverages this...