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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

#52: Code Genealogy, Tooling Evolution and the Future of Go

7/10/2015
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What paths will the Go programming language take? This question is posed to CoreOS CTO and Co-founder Brandon Philips, and DeferPanic Founder Ian Eyberg, at the start of this edition of The New Stack Analysts podcast, recorded at GopherCon 2015. “We’re talking about systems that aren’t writing kernels – not writing underlying, low-level bits that are talking directly to hardware – but systems that are interacting across a data center or across the Internet,” says Brandon. “The cool thing...

Duration:00:36:56

#51: Hashimoto and Polvi on the Painfully Pragmatic Go and Defining Google for Everyone

7/9/2015
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“Go is not just a programming language; it is a way of doing software development.” “It’s very precise.” “It’s gotten popular enough that there are people who hate it.” “It is pragmatic, painfully pragmatic.” “It’s from the stone ages.” “It’s a nicer C.” “There’s no future without Go.” The New Stack founder Alex Williams was merely asking his guests to talk about what changes they’d noticed from a year ago. Thus begins this episode of The New Stack Analysts podcast, captured at GopherCon...

Duration:00:44:46

#50: Docker for Today and Tomorrow From DockerCon 2015

6/24/2015
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DramaFever started running Docker in October of 2013. That makes them one of the first, especially considering Solomon Hykes only shared Docker with the world in April of that year. It also made DramaFever's Bridget Kramhout and Tim Gross pretty decent guests for this 50th episode of The New Stack Analysts that we recorded this week at DockerCon. Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pN5kaGAIyFA Learn more at:...

Duration:00:32:59

#49: Reflections on Monitorama 2015 with Adrian Cockcroft and James Turnbull

6/22/2015
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In this monitoring-powered edition of The New Stack Analysts podcast, captured during a break between sessions at Monitorama 2015 in Portland, Oregon, Alex Williams and co-host Donnie Berkholz of 451 Research reflect on the conference’s big take-aways, with returning guests Adrian Cockcroft of Battery Ventures, and James Turnbull, VP of engineering at Kickstarter. Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuA1AjorCQs Learn more at:...

Duration:00:27:00

#48: Mesosphere's Florian Leibert on the New Data Center OS

6/14/2015
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As Mesosphere co-founder and CEO Florian Leibert puts it, “The data center is the new form factor, and it needs an operating system.” That’s why they are particularly excited that Mesposphere’s Datacenter Operating System (DCOS) is now generally available. “We just want to make the life of data center operators and what we call ‘new framework developers’ much easier.” Florian joins The New Stack founder Alex Williams and co-host Donnie Berkholz of 451 Research for this edition of The New...

Duration:00:44:56

#47: With HP and the Red Monk Crew, Talking About All Things Composable

6/9/2015
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If you caught The New Stack Makers interview with Sam Ramji, you might remember Bill Hilf as the one who in 2005 offered Sam the opportunity to take over the open source software lab at Microsoft. Bill is now SVP, Helion Product Management at Hewlett-Packard, having left behind product management for Windows Azure, Microsoft’s cloud computing platform. At HP Discover 2015 in Las Vegas, Bill graciously joined The New Stack founder Alex Williams, along with Steve O’Grady and James Governor...

Duration:00:55:52

#46: Google I/O Redux: The AI Engine and the Android Push

5/31/2015
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For this edition of The New Stack Analysts podcast,host Alex Williams dials up Google I/O 2015 attendees Jack Clark, a reporter covering technology for Bloomberg in its San Francisco bureau, and Steve O'Grady, co-founder of RedMonk, who was back at the hotel administering to his Android-M-bricked conference-giveaway Nexus 9 tablet. Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/hZUa72X4ock Learn more at: https://thenewstack.io/tns-analysts-show-46-google-io-redux-the-ai-engine-and-the-android-push/

Duration:00:40:01

#45: Why Analytics is a Core Function of Monitoring Microservices Architectures

5/23/2015
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For this edition of The New Stack Analysts podcast, Alex welcomes back SignalFx founder and CTO Phillip Liu, who is joined this time by Karthik Rau, SignalFx founder and CEO. Also participating is James Turnbull, VP of Engineering at Kickstarter, and co-host Donnie Berkholz of 451 Research. Karthik explains that SignalFx was designed from the ground up to provide better monitoring and visibility for modern distributed applications: "We're seeing new applications being designed as...

Duration:00:38:53

#44: It's an Unsettling Time for Browsers and the Web

5/19/2015
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Alex Williams convenes a spirited panel for some analysis of the state of the browser, and by extension the state of the Web, leading to a fair amount of speculation about the direction of things. Sometime co-host James Governor, co-founder of Red Monk, John Edgar, Strategic Initiative VP at DigitalOcean, and John Lilly, Partner at Greylock (and who was CEO of Mozilla from 2008 until 2010) add their perspectives, while Paul Irish, Project Manager at Google, finds himself in the middle of...

Duration:00:50:47

#43: Pivotal's Matt Stine on Cloud-Native Application Architectures

5/18/2015
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Alex Williams welcomes Pivotal’s Matt Stine, author of the recently published book Migrating to Cloud-Native Application Architectures to The New Stack Analysts podcast. The topics of conversation, drawn mainly from Matt's book, include twelve-factor applications, antifragile, and this era-defining debate on microservices and cloud-native architecture. Co-host Donnie Berkholz contributes as well, noting that, "The game is definitely changing." Learn more at:...

Duration:01:02:05

#42: A Short Stack with The New Stack at the Inaugural CoreOS Fest

5/13/2015
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Kelsey Hightower, Product Manager and Chief Advocate at CoreOS, joined host Alex Williams, and harsh-light-of-morning-averse co-host Donnie Berkholz, to partake in The New Stack’s pancake breakfast at CoreOS Fest, and to discuss Tectonic, package management, and shaping the appc spec. Kelsey and Donnie delved into the state of the stack market before fielding questions from the carbed-up crowd, and also re-asking the enduring question, “what is DevOps?” “I really like what Docker has done...

Duration:00:46:20

#41: Monitoring and Microservices

5/11/2015
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For this edition of The New Stack Analysts podcast, Alex Williams and returning co-host Donnie Berkholz are joined by Phillip Liu, Founder, CTO, and Engineer at SignalFx, to discuss monitoring the modern distributed application. "It's very easy to create a virtual machine," says Phillip, "and the virtual machine is basically sized for your application, so no longer are you in a world where you have big metal servers and you have many applications running on the same physical server."...

Duration:00:53:08

#40: The Problem with Too Many Databases

4/25/2015
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Antony Falco, CEO and co-founder of Orchestrate, joins his long-time Portland colleague Alex Williams, founder of The New Stack, for this TNS Analysts podcast episode. They discuss the evolution of query languages, the silicon graveyard of abandoned GitHub projects, and the growth of database as a service, especially as an accessory to the Internet of Things. Learn more at: https://thenewstack.io/tns-analysts-show-40-the-problems-with-too-many-databases/

Duration:00:24:55

#39: Containers and Continuous Delivery for the Enterprise

4/21/2015
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The recording is from an April 16, 2015 panel in Seattle, Containers and Continuous Delivery for the Enterprise, moderated by The New Stack founder Alex Williams at IC3, a training conference for IT executives and their staffs who are looking to change their organizations through DevOps. The sound quality is unfortunately not up to the usual high standards of The New Stack Analysts, but the discussion is definitely among the liveliest we’ve had the pleasure of sharing. Regarding the hype...

Duration:01:01:07

#38: Ruby Should Borrow from Go, Rust and the Rest

4/15/2015
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The New Stack was a media sponsor for this year's RubyConf India in Goa, and TNS represented with community manager Atul Jha in attendance. For this episode of The New Stack Analysts podcast, recorded at the conference, Atul quarried a jocular panel comprised of keynote speaker Eleanor McHugh, Red Hat's Aaron Patterson, who's on both the Ruby core team and the Rails core team, and Sidu Ponnapa, Founder and CEO of C42 Engineering, a boutique software engineering consultancy. Learn more at:...

Duration:00:22:36

#37: Open Sourcing Machine Vision, VR and the IoT Cloud

4/2/2015
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It’s time once again for The New Stack founder Alex Williams to catch up with his fellow tech journalist and long-time ally, Wired writer Klint Finley, for a future-seeking glimpse into cutting edge startups. In this episode of The New Stack Analysts podcast Alex and Klint also take a moment to acknowledge the demise of Giagom and to wish their colleagues the best. Klint discusses his recently-published story about Percepto, “an Israeli company in the drone space.” “The big thing is that...

Duration:00:37:55

#36: The British Invasion at IBM Interconnect

3/24/2015
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During the waning hours of the recent IBM InterConnect conference in Las Vegas, with the conference crew already packing up the Dev Lounge and the Social Lounge at the MGM Grand, Alex Williams convenes a panel of attendees, all of whom coincidentally have British accents, for this edition of The New Stack Analysts podcast. Learn more at: https://thenewstack.io/tns-analysts-show-36-the-british-invasion-at-ibm-interconnect/

Duration:00:45:49