DevOps Radio is a CloudBees-sponsored podcast series. Hosting experts from around the industry, the show dives into what it takes to successfully develop, deliver and deploy software in today’s ever-changing business environment. From DevOps to Docker, each episode features real-world insights and a few stories, tips, industry scoop and more. Our goal is to offer up a variety of experts, but you’ll hear from CloudBees own experts from time-to-time, too.
Our host, Shawn Ahmed talks about the future of FinTech/ Financial Services with Chris Skinner. It is said that every child in technology is trained by their parent to be one generation out of date. How true is this statement? Writing a cheque to be paid into account to getting paid in bitcoins, there is a whole generational shift that has happened over the last decade in terms of how we have evolved in our approach to FinTech.
Steves Wozniak shares his thoughts on transformation, his interest in innovation, and his dislike for spam on the new DevOps Radio episode. Don't miss this one!
On the latest episode of DevOps Radio, guests William Loomis and Stewart Scott of the Atlantic Council join host Brian Dawson to discuss one of the toughest issues in cybersecurity today: securing the software supply chain.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, Luke Hohmann discusses how technology can make a positive impact in the world, the difference between a "success failure" and a "failure failure" and how to gamify product creation to meet customer needs.
On the latest episode of DevOps Radio, Adrienne Tacke joins host Brian Dawson to discuss beating imposter syndrome and the three things she wishes she knew before becoming a software developer.
On the latest episode of DevOps Radio, Ev Kontsevoy discusses creating "The Matrix" for software and tips for starting a company.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson discusses recent research into the top challenges faced by software teams with guest Charlie Betz, analyst at Forrester Research.
In a meaningful conversation with DevOps Radio Host Brian Dawson, Aaron Aldrich of RedHat discusses mental health and resilience in software and mindset.
On the latest episode of DevOps Radio, Pete Hodgson discusses feature flagging and how startups can scale their teams and operations.
On the latest episode of DevOps Radio, Julien Delange of Applied Visions discusses how developers can manage technical debt and his predictions for the future of coding.
On the latest episode of DevOpsRadio, Frank Zinghini of Applied Visions explains how visual software solutions can help solve complex problems within an enterprise.
On the latest episode of DevOpsRadio, Erika Chesnut of Calendly shares how engineering leaders can convince teams to break the mold and think differently when it comes to quality assurance.
On Episode 95 of DevOps Radio, Søren Pedersen joins Host Brian Dawson to discuss how software leaders can better connect with developers and contributors within their organization.
Steve Pereira, founder of Visible, joins Host Brian Dawson to discuss value stream management.
Robin Purohit, CEO & co-founder of Peritus.ai, joins Host Brian Dawson to discuss bringing AI to the enterprise and community forums.
Ellen Chisa, co-founder of Dark, joins Host Brian Dawson to discuss how the company and the new programming language she created helps developers write software faster with fewer distractions.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, VMware's James Urquhart joins host Brian Dawson to discuss his new book on event-driven integration.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, Shipa's CEO and Founder Bruno Andrade joins host Brian Dawson to discuss his thoughts on the future of Kubernetes.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, SingleStore's Chief Product Officer Jordan Tigani joins host Brian Dawson to discuss all things data.
Christine Yen joins host Brian Dawson on the latest episode of DevOps Radio to share her journey from engineer to co-founder and CEO of Honeycomb and why observability is so important in today’s software development.
What do APIs and online dating have in common? It’s all about graphs and connectivity Jean Yang, founder and CEO of Akita Software, says on this DevOps Radio segment.
Additional winners of the annual DevOps World 2020 awards are highlighted in this week’s DevOps Radio segment. Listen to learn more about their DevOps journeys'.
The winners of the annual DevOps World 2020 award are highlighted in this week’s DevOps Radio segment. Listen to learn more about their DevOps journeys'.
In Episode 84, Dr. Anne Marie Imafidon, the founder and CEO of social enterprise Stemettes and keynote speaker at DevOps World 2020, discusses her journey from child prodigy to tech leader advocating for young women in tech.
Maria Schwenger of American Family Insurance discusses AI and its application to DevSecOps with Host Brian Dawson.
In Episode 82, we hear from Chad Wathington, chief strategy officer at ThoughtWorks, a global consultancy helping companies make digital transformation a reality. Chad shares his experiences in the software industry and issues a call to action to technologists everywhere.
On Episode 81 of DevOps Radio, Jacqueline Salinas of the Continuous Delivery Foundation talks to host Brian Dawson about the power of diversity and her mission to foster an inclusive and collaborative community.
In Episode 80 of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson and tech executive Randy Shoup share advice on how to scale DevOps and CI/CD practices as organizations grow.
On Episode 78, Host Brian Dawson speaks with CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey about what software companies can expect in the COVID Era and what we should all be focused on during these uncertain times. Listen to episode 78 now!
On Episode 77, Accelerated Strategies Group discusses their Software Delivery Management report with Host Brian Dawson and shares new ways to measure your software delivery pipeline.
On Episode 76 of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson is joined by friend of CloudBees and software architect Vincent Behar. Listen to learn more about Daily Motion's CI/CD journey with Jenkins X.
In Episode 75, Host Brian Dawson speaks with agile development expert Elisabeth Hendrickson about her career in the software industry and diversity issues plaguing the industry. Elisabeth shares her perspective on what agile development looks like when it is done right.
On Episode 74 of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson episode is live from CloudBees Connect for the EMEA audience. It features a panel of real-world practitioners and leaders discussing modern software delivery.
On Episode 73 of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson episode is live from CloudBees Connect for the North American audience. It features a panel of real-world practitioners and leaders discussing modern software delivery.
On Episode 72 of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson is joined by Nicolas Chaillan, chief software officer for the U.S. military. As the first person to hold this title for the federal government, Nicolas is responsible for introducing DevSecOps to the United States Department of Defense.
Host Brian Dawson is back on the mic with Daniel Ritchie, Distinguished Engineer at Broadridge, the leading provider of investor communications, technology-driven solutions, and data and analytics to the financial services industry. This episode is chock full of metaphors as Daniel and Brian try to define DevOps and how Broadridge defines DevOps within its organization. During the course of the conversation the two discuss the misconceptions associated with DevOps, bringing DevOps to the enterprise and managing the environmental factors within organizations to make DevOps successful.
DevOps Radio host Brian Dawson is back, joined by Cheryl Razzell, director of platform and Live Ops at Polystream. As Polystream reinvents the way that we use the internet for streaming 3D interactive content and applications by leveraging the compute in the cloud and rendering locally, Cheryl's role is about growing the platform that hosts their streaming technology, which is Polystream’s “magic sauce.”
In this episode of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson is joined by Jimmy McNamara, product manager at Fidelity Investments. The conversation touches on the importance of enabling Fidelity developers to produce great software for the business by providing the capabilities and tools they need. The pair also discuss the implication of managing DevSecOps in a multi-cloud environment.
DevOps Radio host Brian Dawson is back and joined by the CloudBees Jenkins X team consisting of Mo Plassnig, James Rawlings and James Strachan, who all worked on the recent launch of CloudBees CI/CD powered by Jenkins X.
On the latest episode of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson is joined by co-host Sam Fell, AVP of Enterprise Marketing at CloudBees, and DevOps Delivery Coach and Consultant Manuel Pais. In this episode they discuss the recurring challenges in software development that led Manuel to co-author the book, Team Topologies: Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow.
Join host Brian Dawson live from DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019 for episode 63 of DevOps Radio. Brian chats with Aravind Kalavagattu, engineering manager at LendingClub, about the importance of DevOps teams being on the same page, being the Uber of fintech and Lending Club's DevOps transformation.
On Episode 62 of DevOps Radio, Nick Liffen chats with host Brian Dawson about the DevOps transformation that has taken place at Eli Lilly, and how they’ve adopted the "DevOps Mindset."
Join host Brian Dawson live from DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019 for episode 61 of DevOps Radio. Brian chats with the recipients of the DevOps Rising Stars award, Adam Robertson and Kristian Windsor of Pinger, to chat DevOps transformations and the importance of communication.
Host Sam Fell is joined by Jayne Groll, CEO of the DevOps Institute, Damon Edwards, co-founder of Rundeck, Inc., Sean Davis, chief transformation evangelist at Equifax, and Helen Beal, DevOpsologist at Ranger4 at DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019. The panel discusses upskilling and the importance of training your employees.
Host Sam Fell is joined by Dan Kirsch, managing director at Hurwitz & Associates, Jon Collins, industry analyst at Gigaom, and Torsten Volk, research director at Enterprise Management Associates at DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019. The panel discusses digital transformation, industry hype and more.
Host Brian Dawson is joined by Craig Barber, a software engineer at Google's Cloud Graphite team. They discuss some of the key Jenkins plugins for GCP in addition to the guiding tenants Craig’s team employs to provide great customer experience at Google.
Unusual Ventures' Haley Daiber joins hosts Michael Neale and Karen Taggart to discuss DevOps implementations, technology architecture and venture capitalists.
Host Brian Dawson is joined by Kohsuke Kawaguchi and Kristen Baskett, both of CloudBees. The trio discuss some of the surprising – and not so surprising – trends from the latest DevOps and Jenkins Community Survey.
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Host Brian Dawson is joined by Kohsuke Kawaguchi and Kristen Baskett, both of CloudBees. The trio discuss some of the surprising – and not so surprising – trends from the latest DevOps and Jenkins Community Survey.
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Shortly after Electric Cloud was acquired by CloudBees, host Brian Dawson spoke with former Electric Cloud CTO and current VP of technology strategy at CloudBees, Anders Wallgren. The pair discuss some of the continuous delivery processes central to Electric Cloud’s capabilities.
While open source isn't a recent development, some may say we are entering a new world of open source. Kris Buytaert, the co-founder and CTO of Inuits, joins host Brian Dawson on this episode of DevOps Radio to discuss where DevOps is and where it's headed.
Want to have success with microservices? It all starts with having a good reason for adoption. Thought leader Sam Newman joins host Andre Pino in this episode of DevOps Radio.
Engineers should embrace the fact that a lot of testing is done in production says the one and only Charity Majors. The co-founder of Honeycomb.io joins hosts Michael Neale and Karen Taggart to discuss metrics and observability.
How does one go about implementing security in a DevOps environment? Mozilla Firefox's Julien Vehent joins Andre Pino to discuss insights from his experience managing security operations.
Taboola Senior Engineer Dave Ezrakhovich joins host Brian Dawson at DevOps World | Jenkins World to discuss how data has become an integral part of the DevOps process at his organization.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson talks to Jon Hammant of Accenture. Hammant explains his role at the organization and how the company has been able to scale its own DevOps transformation.
What is value stream mapping and why is it important for organizations in their quest to see the big picture? That is what Forrester Research Senior Analyst Chris Condo discusses with host Andre Pino in this podcast.
Harald Gottlicher, software architect at Bosch, talks to host Brian Dawson about DevOps and how having a successful journey involves more than just the proper tools.
Manisha Arora, co-founder of Veertu, discusses how her company developed an entire ecosystem of software development solutions in the previously uninhabited iOS DevOps world. Veertu's Anka platform enables iOS to work like a container on top of macOS, similar to how DevOps is done for Linux and Windows in the cloud.
Wolter Kluwer's Harris Kirk shares his DevOps transformation with host Brian Dawson. Listen to how Harris goes from bring a chemist to a DevOps engineer and what he thinks about the importance of leading by example when you "Eat Your Own Dog Food."...
RedMonk's James Governor shares his insights with Sacha Labourey on progressive delivery in DevOps and how IT can let the business side of the enterprise roll out software and services at their own pace. But first, listen to one of the funniest stories from Sacha's and James' history at an industry event. Who has the better recollection?
In Episode 43: Host Andre Pino explores why Diego Lo Guidice, principal analyst for Forrester Research, Inc. believes the "Age of DevOps" has arrived as more and more businesses adopt some form of DevOps in their organization.
In Episode 42, host Brian Dawson talks with Accenture's Keith Pleas and Stas Zvinyatskovsky, discussing their views on what a DevOps transformation means, and how DevSecOps comes into the picture. Hint...a DevOps transformation is never "done."
In Episode 41, host Brian Dawson speaks to Ishu Gupta, DevOps senior software engineer for Capital One. Ishu shares Capital One's road to DevOps, the importance of Jenkins and what matters for organizations looking to implement a DevOps transformation in their own organization.
Dr. Nicole Forsgren discusses the state of the DevOps industry, why the cloud is so important to continuous integration and continuous delivery and how organizations need to place the time and investment into DevOps to truly succeed.
In Episode 39 of DevOps Radio, host Brian Dawson talks with the CloudBees' developers and brains behind Jenkins X including co-founder Michael Neale, Rob Davies, James Rawlings and James Strachan. The team discuss why Jenkins X is important for developers who want to create cloud native applications for Kubernetes.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, Sacha Labourey sits down with Kelsey Hightower, staff developer advocate for Google Cloud Platform, Kubernetes, to discuss the latest in open source container orchestration.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, host Andre Pino sits down with David Habusha, vice president of product at WhiteSource Software. They talk about the intersection of open source software and DevSecOps.
Host Andre Pino meets up with Laura Frank, director of engineering at CloudBees. Laura was prepping for DockerCon 2018, where she'll be speaking about Container Orchestration from Theory to Practice. Learn how Docker, or more specifically DockerCon, played a huge role in her career...and in her ultimately being at CloudBees.
Dan Belcher and Izzy Azeri, co-founders of mabl, join host Andre Pino to discuss how artificial intelligence and machine learning address a key challenge for DevOps teams: speeding up the testing process. AI revolutionizes - and accelerates - the way applications are tested and ultimately delivered to production.
This episode of DevOps Radio features Alan Shimel, founder and editor-in-chief of DevOps.com and SecurityBoulevard.com. Alan and DevOps Radio host, Andre Pino, chat about the new era of DevOps and how DevSecOps has evolved, putting security – literally - right in the middle of DevOps.
Andre Pino speaks with Moritz Plassnig, former CEO of Codeship, on the day that CloudBees announced it was acquiring Codeship. They are also joined by Forrester analysts, Charles Betz and Jeffrey Hammond. Mo, Andre and the Forrester analysts discuss cloud native, what it means for developers and the standardization of the DevOps process.
In this episode, Andre Pino chats with Forrester analysts, Charlie Betz and Jeff Hammond. The topics of discussion range from the present, to the past and then onto the future of DevOps, all while summarizing some of Forrester’s recent research findings.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we're joined by James Strachan, senior architect at CloudBees and a member and contributor to the Jenkins community. We'll hear about his experience with open source development, and take a deeper dive into Jenkins X.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Juni Mukherjee, Developer Advocate for Bitbucket with Atlassian. She'll tell us about her path to Atlassian, her different DevOps book publications, and the association between continuous delivery and successful digital business.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Sonatype's Mark Miller, business development and developer evangelist, and Derek Weeks, VP and DevOps advocate. They'll discuss their involvement in and the success of All Day DevOps, and the importance of DevOps and security.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we're at Jenkins World 2017 with Stefan Simenon from ABN AMRO. He'll discuss his role at ABN AMRO, the adoption of continuous delivery and cloud practices, and the cultural difficulties of that adoption.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Brock Beatty of Capital One. He'll discuss how Capital One is leading the banking industry in DevOps practices, their use of container technology, and the cultural aspect of DevOps transformation in a banking environment.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we're at Jenkins World 2017 with Ari LiVigni from Red Hat. He'll discuss Red Hat's OpenShift, the cultural adoption of continuous integration over time, and some of the challenges they are tackling in the CI space.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we're at Jenkins World 2017 with Rob Stroud, principal analyst at Forrester Research. He'll discuss how he became an analyst, DevOps as a trend in open source and enterprise environments, and how microservices and containers are interacting with the DevOps world.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we're at Jenkins World 2017 with Dan Roston of Electronic Arts. He'll tell us about his role in providing CI automation across EA, the correlation between containers and continuous delivery, and the challenges of mobile as a platform.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we're at Jenkins World 2017 with Alan Ranciato of Express Scripts. He'll discuss his role at Express Scripts to help in standardization of IT in a large organization, and the different technologies that help foster that.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from John Willis, Director of Ecosystems Development at Docker. He'll tell us about the early days of DevOps, how Docker is influencing DevOps technologies, and where he sees the use cases for Docker.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Sacha Labourey, Kohsuke Kawaguchi and Jez Humble together in a Jenkins World special preview. They'll discuss the changes in the Jenkins community, recent advancements in the DevOps community and the role of CloudBees in the DevOps market.
On this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Ronda Kiser-Oakes, director of Perficient's North American DevOps practice. She'll tell us about how companies get their start in DevOps, the different journeys a company can take through DevOps, and bringing dev, security, QA and Ops together.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Patrick Debois, CTO at Small Town Heroes. We'll hear about his involvement in the early days of DevOps, how the DevOps movement has grown across the globe and what the future holds for DevOps.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Sacha Labourey, CEO of CloudBees. He'll talk about his background in open source projects, the role of CloudBees as the enterprise Jenkins company and the impact Blue Ocean will have on the Jenkins community.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Clive Longbottom, co-founder and service director of Qoucirca. We'll hear about DevOps in Europe, an analyst's perspective on DevOps, and how different organizations are approaching their DevOps journeys.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we hear from Sam Oyen, DevOps engineer at General Mills. We'll hear about how she got into software development, the state of General Mills' DevOps adoption, and managing culture to make this adoption easier.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Brian Mericle, engineer at Choice Hotels International. We'll hear about his background and how he got into IT, how he defines continuous delivery and continuous deployment and the journey to DevOps within Choice Hotels.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Jayne Groll, Co-Founder and CEO of the DevOps Institute. We'll hear about her background in IT education, what the DevOps Institute does, and how it can help transform organizations towards more CD and DevOps approaches.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Wen Gu, software engineering manager of engineering effectiveness at Twitter. We'll hear about his time at Intuit, Twitter's use of continuous integration, and how to close the gap between continuous integration and continuous delivery.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Brian Dawson, DevOps evangelist at CloudBees. We'll hear about his background in DevOps, the four quadrants of DevOps maturity and the current state of DevOps in 2016.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Dean Yu, director of release engineering at Shutterfly. We'll hear about his background at Yahoo, the mobile strategy at Shutterfly and how to achieve picture-perfect continuous delivery.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from co-founder and chief architect at JFrog, Fred Simon. We'll hear about the origins of JFrog, the DevOps bandwagon and the effect of container technology.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we hear from Josh Nixdorf, technical director at Electronic Arts. We'll hear about his start with software development, the difference between developing gaming software and business software and how to win the game of continuous delivery.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we hear from the author of The Phoenix Project, Gene Kim. We'll hear about the success of The Phoenix Project, his next publication: The DevOps Handbook, and how Jenkins has shaped DevOps through continuous delivery.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we hear from Gary Gruver, president of Gruver Consulting and author of multiple books on Agile and DevOps. We'll hear about his two books, his time at Hewlett Packard and how to get started with DevOps.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Jacob Tomaw, Principal Engineer at Expedia. We'll hear about his start at Expedia, how Orbitz tackled their continuous delivery journey, and the improvements CD can bring at a software development and business level.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we'll hear from Nirmal Mehta, chief technologist in the strategic innovations group at Booz Allen Hamilton. He shares with us how he got started at Booz Allen Hamilton, how to get started with Docker and the importance of adopting DevOps principles.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we hear from Bridget Kromhout, Principal Technologist at Pivotal. We'll hear about her involvement in the Ops community, how Pivotal is doing DevOps, and some common pitfalls organizations can experience through their DevOps journeys.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we hear from Kohsuke Kawaguchi, CTO at CloudBees and founder of the Jenkins project, talk about the origins of Jenkins, the evolution to Jenkins 2.0 and how the community has grown and changed since Jenkins 1.0.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, we hear from Kohsuke Kawaguchi, CTO at CloudBees, Inc. and founder of the Jenkins project, on the release of Jenkins 2.0.