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Kubernetes, serverless, cloud, DevOps, & coding. Get the lazy WTF each week, mostly.

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Kubernetes, serverless, cloud, DevOps, & coding. Get the lazy WTF each week, mostly.

    Episode 214: VPNs, Windows 7 EoL, & Crapplications

    Episode 214: VPNs, Windows 7 EoL, & Crapplications

    This week the title says it all. There’s also some more bread talk.


    Mood board:



    “I love the talk about bread, can I get some stickers.”
    Do they have markdown in Intranets now?
    Kicking to fit use cases.
    Porting of Ports
    Crapplications, aka, “Crappity crap”


    Relevant to your interests


    Microsoft will stop supporting millions of computers running Windows 7 on Tuesday — here's what you need to know


    “According to Net Applications figures from December, 32.74% of all laptops and desktops still run Windows 7, behind Windows 10. Windows 10 runs on more than 900 million devices.”

    Now It's Really, Truly Time to Give Up Windows 7
    Google acquires AppSheet to bring no-code development to Google Cloud


    Check out that Agriculture Inspection app!

    Stack Overflow Bolsters Leadership Team With New Chief Product Officer, Teresa Dietrich
    Spotify Is Now the Single Biggest Podcasting Platform
    Rob Bearden takes over as Cloudera CEO
    Microsoft Azure has an edge over Amazon Web Services at big companies, Goldman Sachs survey says
    Observability — A 3-Year Retrospective
    Anthos Ups Google’s Enterprise Efforts
    The president of Marc Benioff's Time reveals how he plans to restore the neglected title and make it a billion-dollar business
    The Endgame for LinkedIn Is Coming
    Equinix is acquiring bare metal cloud provider Packet
    Your iPhone can now help you securely log into your Google account with a simple tap
    Google pays $160m for Irish retail tech company Pointy
    Mozilla lays off 70 as it waits for new products to generate revenue
    M&A: Negotiations Don't Start Until Someone Says No
    Red Hat OpenShift Updates Hit Multi-Cloud, Security
    Introducing Red Hat OpenShift 4.3 to Enhance Kubernetes Security


    Nonsense


    Top 20 IT Podcasts of 2020
    When Buying in Bulk Is a Mistake
    Zero Mass Water has a new rooftop well that pulls water out of the air
    CES 2020: The Planty Cube Aims to Make Vertical Farming More Modular and Automated


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    Conferences, et. al.


    NO-SSH-JJ wants you go to DeliveryConf in Seattle on Jan 21st & 22nd, Use promo code: SDT10 to get 10% off. JJ wants you to read about Delivery Conf Format too.
    June 1-4: ChefConf 2020
    KubeCon EU, March 30 – April 2*,* use discount code KCEUSDP15 for 15% off.
    DevOpsDays Austin 2020 May 4th and 5th
    Listener Brett wants you to go to THAT Conference August 3 - 6, 2020 - Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells, WI. Call for Counselors (Speakers) open until March 1st.


    SDT news & hype


    Join us in Slack.
    Send your postal address to stickers@softwaredefinedtalk.com and we will send you free laptop stickers!
    Follow us on Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn
    Listen to the Software Defined Interviews Podcast. Check out the back catalog.
    Brandon built the Quick Concall iPhone App and he wants you to buy it for $0.99.
    Use the code SDT to get $20 off Coté’s book, Digital WTF, so $5 total.


    Recommendations


    Matt: Bruce Sterling’s annual State of the World.
    Brandon: Slack cleaner.
    Coté: Apple News+?

    • 1 Std. 2 Min.
    Episode 213: The inglorious cloud basterds

    Episode 213: The inglorious cloud basterds

    We discuss weird speculation that Google Cloud would buy Salesforce. It seems like b******t, mostly, but it gives us a good jumping off point to talk cloud strategy. Also, Coté talks about being part of the VMware Tanzu team, how kubernetes could become the white box of the PC market (this is a good thing), that being #3 in a market is probably just fine, and we discuss poisoning-by-bread.


    Mood board:



    This is a New Year’s resolution we can all get behind: it’s time to just give up on some stuff.
    Man, this coffee is bad.
    Carbohydrate Coté is angry.
    Coté gets his birthday wrong.
    You’re really just pretty negative.
    Our man in Tanzu-land Cotem.
    After the headline, that article didn’t need to be written more.
    I’m not going to get into it, so here I go.
    The Turn the hydra head into a nanny acquisition strategy.
    Man, I should have just started with the bread.


    Relevant to your interests


    Tanzu Coté - VMware completes $2.7 billion Pivotal acquisition.
    Google buying Salesforce acid-dream - Google could acquire Salesforce and spin out its cloud business to catch up to Amazon and Microsoft, analyst predicts


    ServiceNow!
    Sort of examples the vagueness of Google’s Cloud Corporate Strategy.
    Drunk under a lamp post M&A click-bait strategy.

    “We only want to be #1 and #2 in a market.”


    Known fix: just redefine your market so you’re number one or number two.
    Share price premium for # 1 or #2 in the market.
    Pay people cheaper than you get paid to do things fallacy.

    Google 2023 deadline for Google Cloud to beat Amazon.


    Things we didn’t get to


    - Gartner, Splunk & McKinsey – IT Infrastructure & Operations
    A Cloud Guru Announces Acquisition of Linux Academy
    For The New York Times, a swing and a miss at Amazon Web Services
    Google execs reportedly debated getting out of cloud computing, but instead set a goal of being a top-two player by 2023
    Google Brass Set 2023 as Deadline to Beat Amazon, Microsoft in Cloud
    Stratoscale closes down, lays off 60
    Anyscale, from the creators of the Ray distributed computing project, launches with $20.6M led by a16z
    Compare Red Hat OpenShift vs. Cloud Foundry in a Kubernetes faceoff
    IBM tailors Swift relationship after 'review of open source priorities'
    AWS hits back at open-source software critics
    Amazon Conference Badges Tracked Attendees' Movements
    IBM to Google: Istio, Knative, TensorFlow should be under 'open governance'
    Exclusive: Pentagon warns military members DNA kits pose ‘personal and operational risks’
    Employee error to blame for massive data leak
    Video games are easy channel for money launderers
    BigID bags another $50M round as data privacy laws proliferate
    The Biggest Problems With Bluetooth Audio Are About to Be Fixed
    Introducing Cloudflare for Teams
    Major union launches campaign to organize video game and tech workers
    Code-wise, cloud-foolish: avoiding bad technology choices
    Accenture Buys CyberSecurity Services Business of Symantec


    Sponsors

    Arrested DevOps Podcast:
    Arrested DevOps is hosted by Matt Stratton, Trevor Hess, and Bridget Kromhout. All the hosts are active in the DevOps community and they help put on DevOps days all over the world. So what are you waiting for you can subscribe today by searching for “Arrested DevOps” in you favorite podcast app or by visiting https://www.arresteddevops.com/.


    Conferences, et. al.


    NO-SSH-JJ wants you go to DeliveryConf in Seattle on Jan 21st & 22nd, Use promo code: SDT10 to get 10% off. JJ wants you to read about Delivery Conf Format too.
    June 1-4: ChefConf 2020
    Jordi wants you to go to GitLab Commit Jan. 14th
    DevOpsDays Austin 2020 May 4th and 5th


    SDT news & hype


    Join us in Slack.
    Send your postal address to stickers@softwaredefinedtalk.com and we will send you free laptop stickers!
    Follow us on Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn
    Listen to the Software Defined Interviews Podcast. Check out the bac

    • 58 Min.
    Episode 212: "The Four" from the Exegesis Podcast

    Episode 212: "The Four" from the Exegesis Podcast

    This is an episode from the Exegesis Back Catalog. Coté and Brandon review Scott Galloway's book the "The Four."

    The Pivot Podcast


    Photo by Makarios Tang on Unsplash

    • 57 Min.
    Episode 211: Adam Jacob on Open Source

    Episode 211: Adam Jacob on Open Source

    Holiday Special! Matt and Brandon interview Adam Jacob about open source and being a founder of Chef.


    Orginally aired on Software Defined Interviews.
    Special Guest: Adam Jacob.

    • 1 Std. 15 Min.
    Episode 210: “What choice do we have?”

    Episode 210: “What choice do we have?”

    “What choice do we have?”

    At the end of the year, we answer listener questions. From middle-names, to athletes, to advice to startups. Also, we talk open source in 2020 predictions, that NYTimes story on Amazon, and Twinkies.


    Mood board:



    As they say “a dot w dot s.”
    Twinkies are better after the Apocalypse
    Does he know something we don’t know?
    They could have been the paper of record on “A.M.I.”
    Judgemental open source.
    The Three C’s.
    “CTO Edge.”
    CTOs don’t go to DevOps Days
    I try to show up to most conferences I’m speaking at.
    “I love the way they’re kicking that ball.”
    They didn’t consider “Motel 6” for Matt’s middle name.
    It’s safe to watch The Watchmen.


    Relevant to your interests


    Amazon is Launching a Home Internet Service - Here is Everything You Need to Know About It.
    8 of the worst open source innovations of the decade.
    Russian police raid NGINX Moscow office.
    Larry Ellison sets the Catz among the pigeons: Safra officially sole Oracle CEO.
    Google makes moving data to its cloud easier.
    Atlassian launches new serverless cloud development platform.
    Costco Earnings Beat But Revenue Falls Short; Costco Stock Falls Late.
    AWS Outposts by the numbers.
    Prime Leverage: How Amazon Wields Power in the Technology World.


    Ask SDT


    What are your thoughts on the big data industry and technologies like Spark? from Jay via Slack
    ~~2. ~~As industry vets, what advice do you have for the new school IAM/monitoring startups? (other than: integrate with AD for ent clients) from Ryan via Slack
    What is the best conference swag you've ever given away or received? My personal best was a power brick that could also charge up apple's airpods for some reason. from Tim from Slack
    What tech conferences are worth going to that we haven't heard of? Are there interesting things that are smaller scale than the reinvents / dreamforce / et al, that provide great information and attract a really interesting set of speakers?from Tim from Slack
    Why do you think we don’t see more celebrity athletes featured in tech advertisements? Granted I knew the writing was on the wall at one company I was at when we hired Mike Tyson for our CES booth, but uh why hasn’t that worked out yet? from Ryan from Slack
    ~~~~ 1. Tangentially: https://twitter.com/edsbs/status/1206589810439274496


    Related: https://twitter.com/TylerIAm/status/1045495019325587456

    Is a startup aspiring to be acquired by a foundation like the CNCF a legit business model? from Ryan from Slack
    For the expats: what's your favorite and least favorite thing(s) about your new regions? from Nathan from Slack
    What would you say ya do here? from Noe via Slack
    Matt, what is your middle name? from Jordy via Slack


    Sponsors

    Arrested DevOps Podcast:
    What are you waiting for you can subscribe today by searching for “Arrested DevOps” in you favorite podcast app or by visiting https://www.arresteddevops.com/.


    Conferences, et. al.


    NO-SSH-JJ wants you go to DeliveryConf in Seattle on Jan 21st & 22nd, Use promo code: SDT10 to get 10% off. JJ wants you to read about Delivery Conf Format too.
    June 1-4: ChefConf 2020
    Jordi wants you to go to GitLab Commit Jan. 14th


    SDT news & hype


    Join us in Slack.
    Send your postal address to stickers@softwaredefinedtalk.com and we will send you free laptop stickers!
    Follow us on Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn
    Listen to the Software Defined Interviews Podcast. Check out the back catalog.
    Brandon built the Quick Concall iPhone App and he wants you to buy it for $0.99.
    Use the code SDT to get $20 off Coté’s book, Digital WTF, so $5 total.


    Recommendations


    Matt: The Peripheral & The Dark Forest.
    Brandon: The Watchmenon HBO (Matt’s eventual recommendation)
    Coté: Use hotel notepads at home.

    • 52 Min.
    Episode 209: The Carl Weathers Cluster

    Episode 209: The Carl Weathers Cluster

    This week: that best gadgets from the past ten years article, dreams of kubernetes on old hardware, and 451 Research’s acquisition.


    Ask us questions for the next episode with the tag #asksdt — recording next week.


    Mood board:



    #asksdt
    Remember the Law of Hammarabi.
    They’re not the Poynter institute or anything.
    Are we going to be blamed for all the problems?
    Kubernetes on the barby.
    It’s all the same broken stuff.
    Broken ankle con.
    I’ve never broken a bone.
    A bunch of old hardware, some Kubernetes, you got a stew going!
    The Carl Weathers Cluster.
    I’m really good at thinking while I talk.
    Just ignore the baby yoda.


    Relevant to your interests


    The 100 most important gadgets of the decade.
    Broken ankle conference.
    S&P Global Acquires 451 Research, LLC.
    Ubuntu pro.
    Facebook sells off Oculus Medium to Adobe.
    Amazon blames Trump for losing $10 billion JEDI cloud contract to Microsoft.
    This podcaster wants to catch you up on the news on your ride home, no matter what you’re into.
    Ring's Hidden Data Let Us Map Amazon's Sprawling Home Surveillance Network.
    AWS is sick of waiting for your company to move to the cloud.
    Cloud Wars CEO of the Year 2019: Thomas Kurian of Google Cloud.
    Amazon, Google, Microsoft: Here's Who Has the Greenest Cloud.
    Canonical announces Ubuntu Pro for Amazon Web Services.
    Eclipse Foundation Warns Operators: Don’t Be a ‘Dumb Pipe’ for AWS.
    CNCF Cloud Native Interactive Landscape.
    BPF: A New Type of Software.


    Nonsense


    AI Hiring Algorithm
    The Apple TV remote is so bad that a Swiss TV company developed a normal replacement
    Air France-KLM Group steps up cooperation with Qantas Group


    Sponsors

    SolarWinds:

    This episode is sponsored by SolarWinds and one of their APM tools – Loggly. To try it FREE for 14 days, just go to http://loggly.com/sdt.


    Arrested DevOps Podcast:

    Subscribe today by searching for “Arrested DevOps” in you favorite podcast app or by visiting https://www.arresteddevops.com/.


    Conferences, et. al.


    NO-SSH-JJ wants you go to DeliveryConf in Seattle on Jan 21st & 22nd, Use promo code: SDT10 to get 10% off. JJ wants you to read about Delivery Conf Format too.
    June 1-4: ChefConf 2020
    Jordi wants you to go to GitLab Commit Jan. 14th


    SDT news & hype


    Join us in Slack.
    Send your postal address to stickers@softwaredefinedtalk.com and we will send you free laptop stickers!
    Follow us on Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn
    Listen to the Software Defined Interviews Podcast. Check out the back catalog.
    Brandon built the Quick Concall iPhone App and he wants you to buy it for $0.99.
    Use the code SDT to get $20 off Coté’s book, Digital WTF, so $5 total.


    Book Giveaway


    We’re giving away one digital copy of Righting Software. The first person that DM’s @bwhichard on Twitter or in the SDT Slack gets a copy.


    Recommendations


    Matt: On the Metal podcast; How Buildings Learn.
    Brandon: General Magic the Movie.
    Coté: The Mandalorian.


    Outro: “Tooth Fairy Crunch!,” Teen Titans. Cover art from yusseyhan.
    Sponsored By:
    Arrested DevOps: Subscribe to the Arrested DevOps podcast by visiting https://www.arresteddevops.com/ or by searching for “Arrested DevOps” in your favorite podcast app.SolarWinds: This episode is sponsored by SolarWinds and one of their web APM tools: Loggly. It’s scalable cloud-based log management that won’t break the bank. Learn more or try it FREE for 14 days. Just go to http://loggly.com/sdt.

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