What is Zero Trust?
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by the2030.cloud Podcast
1w ago
How can you execute on a zero trust strategy and what do you need to keep in mind while building it? Today covers the 101 and 201 levels on zero trust. We had a really good conversation about how it works, what doesn't work, what you need to be prepared for. Even if you think you understand zero trust, you will get something out of this conversation. And if it's a new topic for you, you can also benefit from this pragmatic discussion of zero trust, security and application architects. Transcript: https://otter.ai/u/Z1SO1WuJYT3JmEctZe1-SzlQ_Nw?utm_source=copy_url Image: https://www.pexels.com/p ..read more
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Making SBOM A Reality
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by the2030.cloud Podcast
1w ago
Software bills of materials are one of the most critical, modern software development practices that people should be doing but don't. They have significant impacts in improving security, provenance, reproducibility, and license compliance. The benefits of having a good software bill of materials in our technology industry are incredibly high, both as a producer and a consumer. And yet, this is one of those places where I feel like we have really fallen behind. Transcript: https://otter.ai/u/J3VtBLiQMAuZgfMCOz9K62uKjYg?utm_source=copy_url Image: https://www.pexels.com/photo/photo-of-monumental ..read more
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AI And Technical Debt
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by the2030.cloud Podcast
2w ago
We dig into a topic written about by Eric Norlin or SK ventures about technical debt and AI. In this episode, we discuss the consequences of generative AI could be radically transforming the way in which we generate code and deal with code that has been generated in technical debt. We explore some fascinating concepts about how fast we can iterate, how we change the dynamics of building software, building automation, and the expertise required to architect systems. This leads pretty far down in the path towards disruptive thinking, and how this could reshape the entire industry. Source: https ..read more
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Life Without Kubernetes
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by the2030.cloud Podcast
2w ago
We continue our discussion of what would the environment look like without Kubernetes? We started with the idea of what if Kubernetes went away, what if there was a copyright or a trademark or an API issue that made us have to abandon Kubernetes altogether? In this episode we played what if scenarios, exploring what made Kubernetes unique, and if parts of Kubernetes or parts of the architectural model could exist outside of Kubernetes? What would be necessary? We identified enough parts of Kubernetes individually where we saw how it itself is an interesting convergence of some core technologie ..read more
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Generative DevOps
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by the2030.cloud Podcast
1M ago
NOTE: This is Rob's Gluecon topic on 5/24. Save $300 if you register with speaker300 at https://www.gluecon.com We dive into the question of whether or not generative AI can be used to productively change DevOps automation and the control of infrastructure. We've discussed the closed loop side of using AI to manage infrastructure in the past, but this episode we really dive into the idea of creating automation and using generative AI. Transcript: https://otter.ai/u/VtnznHgydT3_6QSJpkSb3uU2btY?utm_source=copy_url Image: https://www.pexels.com/photo/tossing-fried-rice-in-a-frying-pan-6937457 ..read more
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AI Time To Decision
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by the2030.cloud Podcast
1M ago
We talk about improving the time it takes to make decisions - called time to decision, a topic that we like to address quite a bit. We started with the news of the day around AI, ml Chaffee GP, and learning models. We asked ourselves if AI/ML and generative AI could change the way expertise is used to make decisions and improve the time to the decision for experts. What type of implications would that have in the market? If you've been tracking this subject, I know you will find this exciting and interesting. Transcript: https://otter.ai/u/L3Kb_I4fe0ggAr9nDEhyECSkt5A?utm_source=copy_url Image ..read more
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Collaborative Platform Engineering
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by the2030.cloud Podcast
1M ago
Today we look at what it takes to have much more collaborative building of automation, templates and shared components that are necessary to really drive platform engineering, and not just between teams at the same company. We make components for infrastructure automation that bridges the industry because they can be shared much more broadly, similar to the way we share modules in coding languages. We dug into what it takes to make that type of environment work in automation, and what are the prerequisites of the environment? How do we structure automation? Transcript: https://otter.ai/u/IPyFD ..read more
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Open Source Future
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by the2030.cloud Podcast
1M ago
How do we sustain open source? Today we discussed how the commercial models and sustaining models around open source are changing and evolving. We also included some conversations about whether or not generative AI might actually change the economics around that part of open source. We hit on top projects, open source hardware, open source, operating systems platforms, a whole gambit, and how it fits together into a sustainable model for the users, companies, enterprises, and really everybody. We all use open source to one extent or another. We have our book club coming up on data cartels, we ..read more
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AI And Platform Migration
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by the2030.cloud Podcast
1M ago
A conversation about platform migration turned into an interesting topic about the end of expertise and the changing of the way we think about expertise in a variety of contexts. How can platform improvement be radically transformed by the use of AI? We discuss entering a world where the lock that we've had in a platform, or the longevity of a platform, is radically transformed by the ability to review, scan, test, correct, and transport the data included in that system. The expertise needed to handle platform migration might be entering a new era in which it's radically reduced. What are the ..read more
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Ops After Kubernetes?
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by the2030.cloud Podcast
1M ago
How has Kubernetes changed our industry? Today's discussion is part of a multi podcast conversation in which we're going to think about ways in which Kubernetes could go away, or could influence other technologies in such a way to be transformative. We went down the path of what we have learned from Kubernetes and how it influences other aspects of IT operations, architecture and design, and explored the impact that the expectation for declarative immutable operational constructs will play into other aspects of our system. We also discuss micro LS microkernels and how operations are staged to ..read more
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