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What is DevOps? We will attempt to answer this and many more questions.

DevOps Paradox Darin Pope & Viktor Farcic

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What is DevOps? We will attempt to answer this and many more questions.

    Reimagining the Terminal Experience With Wave Terminal

    Reimagining the Terminal Experience With Wave Terminal

    #259: Terminals have been around for decades, serving as the backbone of many workflows and operations in the tech world. From managing servers to local file manipulation, terminals offer a direct line to the heart of computing. However, with the advent of graphical user interfaces (GUIs), the terminal's prominence has waned among the general user base, though it remains a powerhouse for those who know how to wield it.
    Wave Terminal has emerged as a beacon of innovation in the static terminal landscape, bringing with it a host of features that leverage today's technology without abandoning the terminal's foundational principles. This modern terminal solution integrates technology, specifically Electron and Go, to create a user interface that feels familiar yet vastly more powerful.
    In this episode, Darin and Viktor discuss these topics in depth with Mike Sawka, the founder of Wave Terminal, shedding light on the innovative features and the vision for Wave Terminal's future.
     
    Mike's contact information:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikesawka/
     
    Wave Terminal
    https://www.waveterm.dev/
     
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    • 42 min
    Reflections on Startup Infrastructure Choices

    Reflections on Startup Infrastructure Choices

    #258: As startups journey through their growth phases, the choices made regarding technology infrastructure can significantly impact their agility, scalability, and ultimately, their success.
    In this episode, Darin and Viktor discuss a blog post from someone that leads infrastructure at a startup where he writes about the decisions that they made as they were building their startup.
     
    (Almost) Every infrastructure decision I endorse or regret after 4 years running infrastructure at a startup
    https://cep.dev/posts/every-infrastructure-decision-i-endorse-or-regret-after-4-years-running-infrastructure-at-a-startup/
     
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    • 39 min
    Scaling at Adobe: Kubernetes, Global Networking, and Platform Innovation

    Scaling at Adobe: Kubernetes, Global Networking, and Platform Innovation

    #257: As the digital world continues to evolve, businesses and technology leaders find themselves at a critical inflection point, particularly when it comes to the deployment and management of infrastructure. The journey from traditional IT to cloud-native platforms has been significant, pushing the boundaries of innovation and efficiency. Yet, the continuous evolution raises a fundamental question: What lies ahead for Kubernetes, cloud-native platforms, and the burgeoning field of edge computing?
    In this episode we speak with Joseph Sandoval about how Adobe's journey, from pioneering with its own Kubernetes distribution to embracing cloud providers' managed services and exploring edge computing, mirrors the broader industry's trajectory. Adobe's approach, focusing on developer experience and scalability, showcases the practical applications and considerations at the intersection of Kubernetes and edge computing.
     
    Joseph's contact information:
    X (Formerly Twitter): https://twitter.com/cloudtaquero
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephrsandoval/
     
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    • 45 min
    KubeCon EU 2024 Review

    KubeCon EU 2024 Review

    #256: KubeCon season has started again and in this episode, we give you our thoughts on KubeCon EU 2024, along with our friend Whitney Lee.
     
    Whitney's contact information:
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/wiggitywhitney
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/whitneylee/
     
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    • 41 min
    What Is Developer Observability?

    What Is Developer Observability?

    #255: In an era where software development and operations are increasingly converging, the need for effective and efficient observability tools has never been more critical. As systems grow in complexity and the lines between development and operations blur, the role of observability in understanding and managing these systems becomes more prominent.
    One significant problem is the dichotomy developers face: either being completely isolated from production observability data or overwhelmed by the volume of information available, most of which may not be directly relevant to their specific tasks.
    In this episode, we talk with Liran Haimovitch from Rookout about developer observability. This concept prioritizes making observability tools and data accessible and understandable for developers, allowing them to gain insights into how their code operates in production environments. This shift is not about discarding the importance of operations in observability but rather enhancing the collective capability of teams to monitor, diagnose, and resolve issues more effectively.
     
    Liran's contact information:
    X (Formerly Twitter): https://twitter.com/liran_last
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liran-haimovitch/
     
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    • 48 min
    What Is Infrastructure as Code in DevOps?

    What Is Infrastructure as Code in DevOps?

    #254: When you first started out working with infrastructure, you probably used point and click to get your work done. Over time, you created scripts to replace some of that point and click work.
    But then, many infrastructure as code tools exploded on the market. You may have started working with one or two or you may have chosen to just keep doing what you were doing, but you soon realized you were falling way behind what was going on in the industry.
    In this episode, Darin and Viktor discuss many of the ups and downs of using infrastructure as code and why not every infrastructure as code tool may be the right tool for you.
     
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    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

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20 Ratings

20 Ratings

mvelasco07 ,

Highly recommend!

I recently discovered DevOps Paradox and have been consistently impressed by the depth of insights and knowledge shared in each episode. No matter the topic - you’re guaranteed to gain something from the conversations between Darin, Viktor, and their incredible guests. Go ahead and give it a “follow”, this podcast will quickly become a favorite in your feed!

xdtsong ,

Stay up to date on DevOps, SRE, Cloud, Kubernetes, etc.

Darin and Viktor do a great job of breaking down important concepts in a digestible manner that may not always be so simple.

Highly recommend to anyone looking to get started with the DevOps space or stay up to date with the latest key developments and concepts!

rocklinux ,

Best podcast

Best podcast on keeping up with industry along with a valid viewpoints but opinions I trust.

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