Summary: Arrested DevOps is the podcast that helps you achieve understanding, develop good practices, and operate your team and organization for maximum DevOps awesomeness.
Engineers Are People With Dagna Bieda
We Have More Work to Do With Tim Banks
Why Are We Still Talking About DevOps and Security
One of the most innovative and popular virtual conferences of 2020 was Deserted Island Devops. The event was back again in 2021, and Matty chatted with organizers and speakers about what made this event so special.
It's that time of year again! Matty, Trevor, Bridget, Jessica, and Joe wrap up the year with a discussion of favorite episodes, the Year That Was, and stuff about pets.
Author and technical agile coach Emily Bache chats with Matty on testing, software engineering practices, and ensemble programming.
What is DevSecOps? Is it different from DevOps? What's up with shift left? Steve Giguere joins Matt to dig into some more fun security conversations.
Bridget chats with Kent Rancourt about Brigade.
Emily Freeman, Principal, DevOps Solutions at AWS and Matt have a frank conversation about how DevOps has changed, where it's going, and the merits of the Oxford comma.
Bridget chats with Phillip Gibson and Annie Wang about multicluster service mesh.
"If you invest enough into foundational practices you can ignore them" - this is a heady statement, and special guest Johan Abildskov takes us through a journey to explore what our foundational practices are, and how we can improve our learning and implementation of them.
Matt is joined by Ashton Rodenhiser, who has become a fixture at many conferences where she provides graphic recordings of various talks and presentations!
In this episode, Jess talks with guest Cat Swetel about her career, writings, and thoughts on DevOps.
Does tech ask more from its community than other industries? What does it mean to be part of a community and what is expected of us?
Bridget chats with Justin Cormack and Donnie Berkholz of Docker.