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The political musings of two of DC's most devoted Trump supporters. We bring you weekly discussions of current events and add our own spin and flavor. Check back weekly for new episodes! Check out our website at: www.redhatchat.com Email us with comments or feedback at: redhatfeedback@gmail.com. If you’d like to donate, click here: paypal.me/flakeybrunette. You can also donate through Patreon at patreon.com/flakeybrain. We’ll give you a shout out on the show and all proceeds will go towards ...
 
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As companies continue to embrace containers and Kubernetes at a rapid pace there’s a growing need to address security. Security is one of the major concerns with container and Kubernetes adoption. Security issues continue to cause delays in deploying containerized applications into production. Therefore, security needs to be “baked in” to DevOps wo…
 
Enterprise IT Leaders are working to figure out what Cloud Native means to their organizations and how to get there. Many leaders are looking out over a chasm, a gulf between what their organization looks like now and a distant “destination” that isn’t distinctly clear. How do you build for the future, without throwing out all the applications and …
 
A basic introduction to the Elixir programming language and its ecosystem from a developer who has spent the last five writing and deploying modern applications in it. If you've never heard of Elixir, it is a dynamic, functional language that has seen strong uptake in the web development with additional competencies in IoT and recently machine lear…
 
In the last episode we learned about Backstage, an open platform for building developer portals, and how it has evolved into a global open source community since Spotify released it in 2020. Now, let’s take a look at who uses Backstage in the wild, common use cases, and where the project is headed in the future.…
 
In this episode we discuss the impacts of some of the latest vulnerabilities and how Dynatrace can help prevent the exploits of such vulnerabilities. We will also cover general trends in cyber defense, and why it is harder to defend than attack and what role does AI play in modern cyber security.Dynatrace
 
Spotify’s mission is to unlock the power of human creativity by creating opportunities for artists and fans alike. And underpinning that mission are thousands of developers managing tens of thousands of software components. So add unlocking developer creativity to that list — streamlining their workflows, making it easier to share knowledge, and ge…
 
LINBIT SDS is a software-defined storage, that perfectly fits with Red Hat's OpenShift. It provides persistent volumes, exposed through the CSI interface. You can use it to build out of internal storage devices the persistent volumes for your cloud-native container workload. While it was initially designed for the on-prem data center, it is also a …
 
Learn about retaining control of your security controls to take action against unknown future events. Join John Aron again with the discussion from Aronetics where we understand more of the cybersecurity battle.The Red Hat X podcast series
 
Akka is a toolkit for building scalable, resilient, and resource-efficient applications on the JVM in Java or Scala. With Akka, you can build applications composed of a single JVM to a fleet of JVMs distributed across a cluster of servers. We will tour Akka from the humble actor up to the systems level and how Akka is used by some of the world’s mo…
 
There are many definitions of Observability that are thrown around. Some definitions reference control theory. We take the more pragmatic approach advocated by Bryan Cantrill as the “capability to allow a human to ask and answer questions.” As such, when creating a new system or wrangling long-standing systems, discovering the questions that we wan…
 
Join us this week to learn about how Aronetics redefines security from your pocket. Learn about retaining and controlling your security system to take action against unknown future events.The Red Hat X podcast series
 
In this conversation, Jim Walker (@jaymce, Principal Product Evangelist at Cockroach Labs) discusses how serverless has moved from compute to backing data services, and focuses on improving application developer productivity. Plus, we address why developers love consuming a serverless SQL database, how CockroachDB thinks about serverless, and what …
 
Traditionally, enterprise observability solutions have required event data to be routed to back-end storage before any centralized analysis and reporting could take place. First Mile Observability shifts this whole process left, enabling observability immediately when and where the data is created. This empowers the enterprise with immediate, actio…
 
Starburst Galaxy is a self-service platform that provides all the benefits of the best-in-class MPP SQL engine, Trino, on an easy to use, fully-managed and enterprise-ready SaaS platform designed by the open source project’s original creator and its experts. Users can end their data silos by querying their data across sources and clouds to open doo…
 
As Kubernetes becomes more and more popular there’s a growing need to address compliance concerns. While development teams face constant demands based on customer and organizational equirements, they must also ensure that data and systems adhere to mandates and frameworks like GDPR, NIST 800-53, HIPAA and others. The only way to keep up is to autom…
 
It seems like everyone is moving to modern application architectures. What modern means can vary from person to person, but you can safely assume it is going to involve cloud native and kubernetes. While there are many upsides to these architectures, they do add a new level of complication to observability and troubleshooting. With constant changin…
 
Empowering developers to use the tools and services that they are comfortable using is mandatory in today’s application development world. How can security team gain observability in the highly distributed system where the definition of perimeter is not easy to define? Gain an understanding of what Machine Identity Management means to an organizati…
 
Has there been a more exciting time in enterprise IT than now-- the age of cloud native? Containers, Kubernetes, and the expansive ecosystem of technologies around them have brought about game-changing new approaches to building, deploying, and managing applications. But as many enterprise organizations undertake ambitious cloud native projects, th…
 
In today’s explosion of network end-point devices (think IoT), the management of IP addresses and domain names become exponentially more difficult to address. This is where automation tools like Ansible can be a savior when packaged with IP and Domain Name solutions such as Infoblox. Infoblox Ansible Collection for vNIOS enables the DNS and IPAM au…
 
Running a Cloud Native Database in Public Cloud and Hybrid Cloud environments, one gets to see a number of security issues. These are nearly always obvious in hindsight. This is a list of five that Matt Ingenthron, Sr. Director of Engineering and in charge of Cloud Native Development, has seen with Couchbase Database Deployments. Resources: Matt's …
 
Red Hat with its Linux distribution, container environments and Ansible management framework is one of the fastest growing software infrastructure solutions in the world. In this episode we invite Eric Herzog, CMO at Infinidat, to discuss how they have been incorporating compatibility and optimization in Red Hat environments for several years.…
 
The trend of Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) and GitOps continues to gain momentum with DevOps and cloud teams as a way to achieve complete operational control of infrastructure. As teams codify infrastructure using IaC tools like Terraform, Helm, and YAML, it can be easy to overlook misconfigurations and security gaps that can leave you exposed to ri…
 
The rise of microservices, DevOps, and global applications is putting pressure on traditional systems of record. Modern transactional applications need databases that can deliver continuous availability, on-demand scale, and geo-distribution without sacrificing ACID guarantees or RDBMS features. These databases should run where the applications are…
 
Today’s container technologies, kubernetes being the leader here, focus on CPU & memory as the primary resources when scheduling and managing applications in a distributed environment. But they tend to ignore the impact of storage and network I/O resources today’s containerized applications need. Diamanti considered management of storage and ne…
 
Monday morning special! Take a break from tech with this conversation on working remote. According to GitLab’s 2021 Remote Work Report, 82% of respondents agreed that remote work is the future of work, with nearly as many 80% saying that they would recommend working remotely to a friend. This shows us that the way we work is leading towards remote …
 
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