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Today’s applications are central to decision-making at all levels of society – whether it’s helping municipal governments monitor critical infrastructure using smart sensor data, or helping consumers find the nearest store to buy their favorite brand of cereal. The New Builders podcast features interviews with the innovators behind these apps, in which they reveal their best practices, latest projects and favorite tools.

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Today’s applications are central to decision-making at all levels of society – whether it’s helping municipal governments monitor critical infrastructure using smart sensor data, or helping consumers find the nearest store to buy their favorite brand of cereal. The New Builders podcast features interviews with the innovators behind these apps, in which they reveal their best practices, latest projects and favorite tools.

    The New Builders Podcast Ep. 44: Knative—It's a Win-Win-Win

    The New Builders Podcast Ep. 44: Knative—It's a Win-Win-Win

    On this month's episode of The New Builders Podcast, host Joshua Carr is joined by Mark Chmarny from Google and Michael Behrendt from IBM Cloud to discuss the exciting new possibilities presented by Knative.

    At its core, Knative is a set of primitive building blocks that allow people to build serverless offerings on top of Kubernetes. It is an open-source project launched in July of 2018 by IBM, Red Hat, SAP, and Google, and it's built entirely in the open on GitHub.

    • 36 min
    Ep. 43: From 3 Months to 8 Hours—The Evolution of VM Deployment

    Ep. 43: From 3 Months to 8 Hours—The Evolution of VM Deployment

    The New Builders Podcast is back! We're now a part of the New Builders Initiative on the IBM Cloud Blog, and we're going to continue to bring you interesting guests and deep dives into fascinating topics in the cloud world.

    Our new host is Joshua Carr, Head of Developer Content Strategy for IBM Worldwide Marketing, and he is joined by Simon Kofkin-Hansen, CTO of IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions, to talk VMworld, AI, machine learning, platform capabilities, and security in the cloud.

    • 42 min
    Ep. 42: Why Kubernetes Will Never Be Boring

    Ep. 42: Why Kubernetes Will Never Be Boring

    We’re excited to welcome IBM Fellow and VP of IBM Cloud Jason McGee and CNCF COO and Linux Foundation VP of Developer Relations Chris Aniszczyk to discuss the world of containers. We kicked off the conversation by discussing the increase in use of Kuernetes and it’s tipping point (01:14), does the development of Kubernetes certification courses and learning resources make K8s boring (04:14), cloud native apps and moderingizing and extending existing apps (06:34), Kubernetes and DevOps, how Istio is making things easier for developers and what to expect in 2018 (09:20), how Istio fits into the equation to make developers’ lives easier (11:35), how Istio  manages microservices (13:28), containers versus serverless (16:05), and end talking about the relationship between Kubernetes and AI/ML (21:02).
     
    Links:
    IBM Cloud Container Service – https://ibm.com/cloud/container-service CNCF Serverless White Paper - https://github.com/cncf/wg-serverless/tree/master/whitepaper CNCF Cloud Native Interactive Landscape - https://s.cncf.io

    • 27 min
    Ep. 41: Offline First as a Social Movement

    Ep. 41: Offline First as a Social Movement

    This week, Teri Chadborne joins to Thom introduce Offline Camp, a gathering of people who come together to focus on developing with an Offline First mentality before jumping into a great discussion. Bradley Holt, IBM dev advocate, led a discussion with Daniela Borges from YLD, Myles Borins from Google, and Boaz Sender from Bocoup, on Offline First as a social movement. They begin with introductions (04:23) and jump right in to everyone discussing what offline first means (06:00), why it's necessary for everything to be built offline first (08:22), what personal interests everyone has in offline first (10:53), offline first as a social movement and how it can impact people (16:33), how offline first is being iterated on the web and mobile platforms (23:15), the way offline first is making the web better (25:59), and how offline first "levels the playing field (32:40).
    You can find new episodes of The New Builders on iTunes, SoundCloud and developerWorks TV. Find out more about IBM Watson Data Platform at IBM.co/watsondataplatform. Contact hosts Jim Young and Thom Crowe on Twitter (@JW_Young, @thomcrowe) or email (jwyoung@us.ibm.com, tcrowe@us.ibm.com).

    • 35 min
    Ep. 40: Transforming Big Data with Apache Hadoop & Apache Spark

    Ep. 40: Transforming Big Data with Apache Hadoop & Apache Spark

    This week on the New Builders Podcast, Preetam Kumar interviews IBM Analytics Engine offering manager Rohan Vaidyanathan. IBM Analytics Engine is a service that makes it easier for data engineers, data scientists and developers to develop and deploy analytics applications. Preetam kicks off the podcast by introducing Rohan, and Rohan tells a little about what he does at IBM (6:21). Rohan explains what Analytics Engine is and how it benefits data scientists (7:59) before delving into good use cases (9:21) and why a business would want to use it (11:57). They wrap up the episode by discussing what makes Analytics Engine unique (14:11).
    You can find new episodes of The New Builders on iTunes, SoundCloud and developerWorks TV. Find out more about IBM Watson Data Platform atIBM.co/watsondataplatform. Contact hosts Jim Young and Thom Crowe on Twitter (@JW_Young, @thomcrowe) or email (jwyoung@us.ibm.com, tcrowe@us.ibm.com).

    • 17 min
    Ep. 39: Containerize All the Things?

    Ep. 39: Containerize All the Things?

    The New Builders Podcast is back after a short hiatus with great content from all over the data universe. We’re joined in this episode by Kelsey Hightower, open source advocate, Go expert and Kubernetes guru, to discuss k8s.
    Kelsey opens up the conversation with his background, how he found Kubernetes while working at CoreOS, and what caught his eye four years ago during DockerCon (5:01). Kelsey talks shop with JP Phillips, platform engineer at Compose, about keeping up with what’s happening in the world of Kubernetes, and Kelsey gives recommendations for how to stay on top of the ever-changing Kubernetes projects and release updates (6:00).
    From there, they discussed the recently released version 1.9 (8:21), initializes and Istio (9:38), Kelsey’s go-to database (11:38), his thoughts and hesitations around running databases with Kubernetes (13:38), modern ideas of serverless on services like Heroku and AppEngine instead of jumping straight into Kubernetes (17:43), and how listeners can get involved with Kubernetes and the Kubernetes community (22:04).
    You can find new episodes of The New Builders on iTunes, SoundCloud and developerWorks TV. Find out more about IBM Watson Data Platform atIBM.co/watsondataplatform. Contact hosts Jim Young and Thom Crowe on Twitter (@JW_Young, @thomcrowe) or email (jwyoung@us.ibm.com, tcrowe@us.ibm.com).

    • 23 min

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