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Alex Williams, founder of The New Stack, hosts "The New Stack Analysts," a weekly round-table discussion covering The New Stack's latest data research, and topics related to app development and back-end services. Visit The New Stack on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheNewStack

Alex Williams, founder of The New Stack, hosts "The New Stack Analysts," a weekly round-table discussion covering The New Stack's latest data research, and topics related to app development and back-end services. Visit The New Stack on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheNewStack
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Alex Williams, founder of The New Stack, hosts "The New Stack Analysts," a weekly round-table discussion covering The New Stack's latest data research, and topics related to app development and back-end services. Visit The New Stack on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheNewStack

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Episodes

#167: The Widening Gap Between Serverless and Kubernetes

9/6/2018
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The divide continues to grow between people developing serverless technologies and those in DevOps roles building, deploying, and managing Kubernetes. "Questions about serverless approaches and Kubernetes don't really come up with developers," said Timirah James, a developer advocate with Cloudinary on today’s episode of The New Stack Analysts podcast. James joined TNS founder Alex Williams and Analyst/Co-Host Klint Finley, contributor at WIRED, to discuss how organizations and developers...

Duration:00:44:20

#166: Anne Currie of Container Solutions Talks Ethics

8/16/2018
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Anne Currie Chief Strategist, Container Solutions, has been thinking about some of the deeper questions the software industry poses. These questions aren't just about interconnected systems, and the repercussions of everyone having access to the Internet. Rather, they're about the moral and ethical obligations faced by software developers. Are developers responsible for the things done with their software? In a recent StackOverflow survey, most developers said "No." "My job is to go out...

Duration:00:31:28

#107: The Path Ahead for the Young Open Source Developer

8/12/2016
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In this week’s episode of The New Stack Analysts, we explore how developers got their start in open source, why foundations may not be a perfect solution for bringing into open source communities, and best practices for bug reporting and problem solving in today’s open source ecosphere. The New Stack Founder Alex Williams and co-host Lee Calcote spoke with Apcera Software Engineer Jamie Piña and Apcera Lead Software Architect Josh Ellithorpe to get their insight on these matters and more....

Duration:00:55:05

#106: Finding the Simplest Path to Value with Apcera NATS

8/12/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts, we explore how NATS hopes to stand out in the message broker ecosystem, why simplicity is a powerful tool for message brokerage at scale, and how developers can ensure their services remain cost-efficient in the long term. The New Stack Founder Alex Williams and co-host 451 Research Analyst Donnie Berkholz spoke with Apcera Product Manager Larry McQueary and Apcera VP Alliances & Channels Steve Dischinger to learn more about NATS. Learn more at:...

Duration:00:59:59

#104: Navigating the Open Source Galaxy

8/12/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts, we explore the ways in which open source projects interconnect with one another, how open source communities can both increase and improve their contributions, and the issues facing open source projects hoping to operate at scale. The New Stack Founder Alex Williams spoke with Cisco CTO Ken Owens along with GitHub Community Programs researcher Nadia Eghbal to hear their thoughts on these topics and more. Learn more at:...

Duration:00:52:01

#112: Creating An Automated Model for Container Security

8/7/2016
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In this discussion with John Morello of Twistlock, we talk about how containers can actually be a better medium for automating and securing applications. Containers being immutable and lightweight makes it easier to follow images from early in the development life cycle all the way to the registry and compute environments. Twistlock collects data from this life cycle and creates a predictive model for a container’s behavior. This model looks for inconsistent behaviors, and depending on what...

Duration:00:44:53

#102: How Joyent Manta Aims to Simplify Object Storage at Scale

8/4/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts, we dive into the pitfalls working with massive amounts of data present to enterprises today, why Joyent built its own facility called Thoth to automate its crash dump management, and how object computing at the source is crucial for getting the most out of one’s data when working at scale. The New Stack Founder Alex Williams spoke with Joyent CTO Bryan Cantrill to hear his thoughts on these topics and more. Learn more at:...

Duration:00:38:35

#100: Could Chef Habitat Become a DevOps Gamechanger?

8/2/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts, we explore how Chef Habitat may be used in today’s enterprise, what businesses can do to ensure they are addressing the right workflow problems, and how tools such as Chef Habitat are making life easier for today’s developers. Host Lee Calcote and co-host Joab Jackson spoke with Boyd Hemphill, Director of Infrastructure Services, Casasa, Jere Julian, Extensibility Engineer, Arista Networks, Adam Mikeal, Director of IT at Texas A&M College of...

Duration:00:28:14

#99: The Problem with Shadow IT - It Leaves No Shadow

7/26/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts embedded below, we explore the core foundations upon which CloudBolt was built, its evolution, and how today’s cloud management solutions for the enterprise have transformed in a discussion between The New Stack host Lee Calcote, co-host Managerial Editor Joab Jackson, Seagate Architect and Engineering Manager Yogi Porla, CloudBolt CEO Jon Mittelhauser, and Booz Allen Hamilton Chief Technologist Nirmal Mehta. Learn more at:...

Duration:00:23:16

#98: Making an Automation Sandwich with Habitat and Chef

7/19/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts, we take a look into the ways that Chef is positioning its latest offerings Habitat and Automate to help DevOps and developers alike automate their workflow from any angle. Aiming to be as infrastructure agnostic as possible, Habitat presents a powerful way for developers to better manage their applications at scale. The New Stack’s own Lee Calcote and Joab Jackson spoke with Chef CTO Adam Jacob and Chef CEO Barry Crist to get the latest on the above...

Duration:00:23:12

#114: Building the Foundation of Secure Containers

7/9/2016
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In this discussion with Nathan McCauley of Docker, we talk about the different ways that users have come to think about Docker security over the years. McCauley explained that many early security concerns stemmed from users not being familiar with the technology at play. Docker has addressed these concerns in the base platform over the years, aided by a movement in the DevOps community towards embracing container technology and how it can help them achieve their security goals. The...

Duration:00:39:30

#101: A Software-Defined Approach to Networking and Security

7/6/2016
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In this discussion with Hari Krishnan and Harmeet Sahni of Nuage Networks, we talk about how to use software-defined networking (SDN) to address the networking and security needs of containers. SDN can help prevent infrastructure-related performance bottlenecks, as well as provide the fine-grained policy enforcement that allows users to handle dynamic container environments. Nuage Network’s Virtual Services Platform (VSP) provides these capabilities in all types of cloud environments,...

Duration:00:45:08

#97: Security Must be a Top Priority with Container Deployments

7/6/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts, we delve into a discussion surrounding the security of containers at scale, how hardware visualization impacts container security, and the ways in which Joyent has contributed to the ongoing use of containers in production. The New Stack Founder Alex Williams teamed up with co-host and ebook editor Benjamin Ball to speak with Joyent CTO Bryan Cantrill to hear his thoughts on these issues and more. Learn more at:...

Duration:00:50:02

#105: Bridging Open Source and Container Communities

7/6/2016
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Estes talks about the challenges of networking containers, the evolution of container namespaces, and the current state of container security, to which he offers a positive security outlook. This discussion extends into the plugin ecosystem for Docker, and how this pluggable model benefits the vendors and their customers. Learn more at: https://thenewstack.io/tns-analysts-bridging-open-source-container-communities/

Duration:00:26:26

#109: Container Orchestration and the Network

7/6/2016
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In this episode, delve into a discussion surrounding our latest EBook on Container Networking, Security, and Storage. IBM Fellow, VP and CTO at IBM Cloud Platform Jason McGee discusses bringing together the various tools in the open source and container ecosystems, including the many networking tools looking to address the needs of containers. IBM is focused on bringing these communities together by contributing to core technologies and building a world-class cloud platform.

Duration:00:29:14

#96: DockerCon 2016 Pancake Breakfast: Who Should Manage Container Networking?

7/5/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts, it’s time for another pancake breakfast featuring our very own PancakeBot at Dockercon 2016. The topic of discussion is networking for and in containers with industry professionals offering their thoughts on their thoughts on not only the ways in which networking has evolved with the rise of Docker, but how developers and network managers alike can bridge the gaps technology has yet to close to ensure their applications run at their best. The New...

Duration:00:29:29

#95: Why You Should Consider Containerizing OpenStack

6/28/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts, learn more about how GoDaddy has leveraged both OpenStack and Kubernetes to the benefit of its developers, how Oslo hopes to eases the challenges of developing software in an OpenStack world by standardizing libraries, and discuss the fact that in some cases--Kubernetes isn’t right for everyone. The New Stack Founder Alex Williams and co-host Managing Editor Joab Jackson spoke with GoDaddy Director of Engineering Shaheeda Nizar and Josh Harlow,...

Duration:00:45:17

#93: Abstracting All the Things at the MesosCon 2016 Pancake Breakfast

6/12/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts embedded below, The New Stack hosted a pancake breakfast at MesosCon in order to find out from some of the community’s experts more about how Mesosphere and Intel are positioning their organizations for the future, and what developers interested in open source can do to help. Founder Alex Williams and co-host Benjamin Ball spoke with Murali Sundar, Principal Engineer in Intel’s Software Defined Infrastructure Group, Ben Hindman, Mesosphere Founder &...

Duration:00:40:34

#94: Cloud Foundry, the Multi-Cloud and Infrastructure Independence

6/3/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts, The New Stack founder Alex Williams sat down with Duncan Johnston-Watt, Cloudsoft founder & CEO, Adam Lewis, Atos Origin Solution Manager and Enterprise Architect, and Sriram Subramanian, CloudDon CEO & Founder during Cloud Foundry Summit 2016 to learn more about how Cloudsoft and Atos make the most of platforms such as Cloud Foundry, why contributing to open source projects is crucial, and help to break down some of the complexities surrounding...

Duration:00:40:05

#92: Pancake Breakfast at Cloud Foundry Summit 2016

6/1/2016
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In this episode of The New Stack Analysts, The New Stack hosted a pancake breakfast Q&A session at Cloud Foundry Summit 2016. TNS Founder Alex Williams and co-host Lee Calcote spoke with Abby Kearns, Vice President of Industry Cloud Strategy at Cloud Foundry, Adam Lewis, Vice President of Enterprise Cloud Platforms at Canopy Cloud, Brian Swanson, Vice President of Cognitive Services at Dataskill, and Chris Ferris, Distinguished Engineer and CTO Open Cloud in the IBM Cloud Division's Open...

Duration:00:45:11