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In this episode of In the Open we bring you a conversation with Brad Topol, Jake Kitchener & Michael Elder. We will be discussing their new O'Reilly book Hybrid Cloud Apps with OpenShift and Kubernetes. Topics include the fundamental concepts of Kubernetes, as well as more, advanced practices such as continuous delivery and multi-cluster management…
 
Join us for a conversation with Customer Success Manager Deveonte Sykes. Topics discussed include; career paths in tech, open-source use in the real world, soft skills, and much more. Devonte Sykes, Customer Success Manager, @DevonteSykes Joe Sepi, Open Source Engineer & Advocate, @joe_sepi Luke Schantz, Quantum Ambassador & Podcaster @IBMDeveloper…
 
Thank you for joining us. Today I am pleased to bring you a conversation with Jason Dobies. Jason is the Senior Principal Developer Advocate at Red Hat. We are going to be discussing a variety of topics including Kubernetes, operators, open shift as well as career advice. Jason Dobies, Senior Principal Developer Advocate at Red Hat, @jdob Joe Sepi,…
 
In this episode, we are pleased to bring you a conversation with the Open Technology CTO and IBM Fellow Chris Ferris. Chris Ferris, IBM Fellow & CTO Open Source Technology, @christo4ferris Joe Sepi, Host, Open Source Engineer & Advocate, @joe_sepi Luke Schantz, Host, Developer Advocate, Quantum Ambassador, @IBMDeveloper, @lukeschantz Links mentione…
 
In this episode, we are pleased to bring you a conversation with the Distinguished Engineer, Andrea Crawford. Andrea serves on the IBM Garage Cloud DE leadership team and is a DevOps expert. Andrea Crawford, Distinguished Engineer (DevOps), IBM Garage @acmThinks Joe Sepi, Open Source Engineer & Advocate, @joe_sepi Luke Schantz, Quantum Ambassador, …
 
Holly Cummins is a Senior Technical Staff Member and Innovation Leader at IBM. Holly has used technology to enable innovation, for clients across a range of industries, from banking to catering to retail to NGOs. During her time as a lead developer in the IBM Garage, she has led projects to count fish, help a blind athlete run ultra-marathons in th…
 
In the 5th episode, they are pleased to bring you a conversation with Priyanka Sharma. Priyanka is the GM of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Topics covered include: Kubecon, diversity, equity & inclusion, certifications & education, cloud native landscape, CNCF Technology Radar, CNCF DevStats and more. Kubecon EU (past): https://event…
 
In this episode with Michael Dawson, Node.js Community Lead for Red Hat + IBM, we will discuss the work happening in the open-source Node.js space, including the upcoming Node.js v16 release, work on the “Next 10 Years” initiative, how the Node.js governance model has influenced many other open-source projects and whatever else comes to mind. Links…
 
In this episode, our guest is Diane Mueller from Red Hat’s OpenShift Commons community. Diane takes the time so sit down with us to discuss the challenges of community building in today’s expansive open source ecosystem. She reveals how the OpenShift Commons team takes a scientific approach by using network analysis to develop and grow engaged and …
 
In this episode, we are pleased to bring you a conversation with the engineer and scientist John Cohn. John is an IBM Fellow based at the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab and holds over 100 worldwide patents. In addition to being a brilliant engineer and scientist, John is also a well-known television and live event personality who promotes science, technolog…
 
In this episode, we discuss the latest happenings in the space industry, as well as, what’s on the horizon. Topics range from recent Mars missions, sequencing DNA in outer space, the autonomous Mayflower 2 boat project, and the development of open-source software-defined satellites. Links: Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hm6mN0sbmC4 Mayflowe…
 
What you are about to hear is a new podcast and live stream show entitled, “In the Open with Luke and Joe”. In this series my cohost Joe Sepi and I bring you conversations with community and technical leaders from the world of open source and enterprise tech. We do this live twice a month on Fridays at 12 noon eastern time. You can catch us on a va…
 
Dr. Vlad Kindratenko and Eliu Huerta explain how the Center for Artificial Intelligence Innovation (CAII) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign are using an IBM Power 9 cluster to research and deliver astounding deep learning solutions for their community campus and industry partners. From astro-physics to gravitational waves and neural ne…
 
Konveyor is a community of people passionate about helping others modernize and migrate their applications to the hybrid cloud by building tools, identifying patterns, and providing advice on how to break down monoliths, adopt containers, and embrace Kubernetes. Join us for a conversation with James Labocki organizer of the Konveyor Community.…
 
Dr. Kuang-Ching Wang and Hudson Smith discuss the rationale and strategy of the Watt Innovation Center at Clemson. As part of the NSF Cloud and Fabric, the Watt Innovation Center is increasing the performance of cloud computing while also easing the work necessary to develop new AI solutions for academic researchers in partnership with IBM Watson. …
 
To view details on the conference sessions, go to - https://ibm.biz/devcon-ai **Guests in this episode:** * Justin McCoy (0:10) - Director, IBM Developer Client * Ruchir Puri (5:29) - Chief Scientist, IBM Research * Rama Akkiraju (13:20) - IBM Fellow, CTO - AI for IT Operations * Pooja Mistry (21:31) - Developer Advocate * Omid Meh (26:00) - Develo…
 
Episode 7 focuses on the human aspect of app modernization. With the right tools and skills for your staff, they can take full advantage of cloud-native app development. And even developers coming for a more traditional coding background can bring their experience and insights to modern applications. It's all about moving and improving not only the…
 
In Episode 6 we take a look at how modernizing your application will require new tooling and new ways of working. Taking advantage of today's open source tools like Kubernetes and Tekton will require collaboration and allow for agility across your dev teams. And even your security teams will be impacted as they work in this new, container focused e…
 
Episode 5 takes a deeper look at re-factoring your apps in the new paradigm of cloud native apps. While re-factoring is often perceived as being basic maintenance work, the opportunities to be creative and re-think how your application is designed and flows is actually very exciting! It's not just about lifting and shifting an application, applicat…
 
In Episode 4 let's take a closer look at the need to secure your applications and data in the modern application environment. From Kubernetes to OpenShift, we will discuss concerns and tooling to help you mitigate vulnerabilities, identify attack surfaces and do threat modeling. While cloud-native apps afford for a lot more flexibility, the complex…
 
In episode 2, we take a look at the different architectures used to support applications and the rationale for moving from legacy apps to a modern architecture. We'll also discuss how your developer team will need to adapt and shift to this new programming paradigm. While modernizing your applications will bring more complexity to the architecture,…
 
While application modernization is often seen as a technology initiative, it affords the opportunity for organizations to update their code delivery pipeline, standardize security and improve speed to market. Listen in to the experts on how app modernization can change your development world.由Luke Schantz
 
Join us for a conversation with Andy Meira, CEO of Grillo and the founder of the open source earthquake early detection system OpenEEW. Andy takes us on a journey that started in 2010 with an earthquake in Haiti. It was this harrowing incident that inspired him to help those in earthquake danger zones. His work with Grillo and OpenEEW is mission dr…
 
Join us for a conversation with researcher, machine learning engineer, and software developer, Beat Buesser. His current work focuses on automated machine learning, data science, computer vision, adversarial machine learning, and security in artificial intelligence. Beat tells us his origin story, as well as, about his work on the Adversarial Robus…
 
Our guests Andrea Crawford and Mike Spisak share with us their origin stories, as well as, how they approach application development with the IBM Garage Method. Which is a comprehensive approach that blends a variety of techniques such as Design Thinking, Lean Methodology, DevOps, and Agile with Cloud Native Development and cybersecurity best pract…
 
Please join us for an exciting conversation with IBM Space Tech CTO and Distinguished Engineer, Naeem Altaf. We discuss the latest happenings in the space industry, as well as, what's on the horizon. Topics range from recent rocket launches to the development of CubeSat satellites and beyond. Articles: https://www.statesman.com/business/20200501/ib…
 
Troy Fisher has worked at IBM since 2015, lately as an ethical hacker on the XForce Ethical Hacking Team. He is currently focusing on container security, threat modeling, as well as, educating developers and penetration testers. Troy has worked in the information security field since 2001. You can watch the replay of Troy's talk from the IBM Digita…
 
Bob's 30-year journey from assembly code programmer to VP of IBM's Security business required personal and professional growth. In addition to his development and business skills; he also has a master's degree in group dynamics. He shared with us his origin story and insights into how he applies his experience and expertise to personal and team dev…
 
Dr. Carlos F. Lopez uses numerical methods to model complex biological processes and understand their relationship to cancer cell response to drug treatments. He works with a talented research group at Vanderbilt University and the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. They combine a physical and chemical theory with numerical methods in High Performanc…
 
This talk is part of the Cloud Native Security Conference on June 24-25 and July 1, 2020. To view more conference sessions go to http://ibm.biz/devcon-security. Dan leads the Red Hat Container Engineering team. Dan also has made many contributions to the Docker project, project Atomic, led the SELinux project, and developer sVirt, Secure Virtualiza…
 
This talk is part of the Cloud Native Security Conference on June 24-25 and July 1, 2020. To view more conference sessions go to http://ibm.biz/devcon-security. Nigel is a Developer Advocate for IBM Cloud based in Austin, TX. Originally from South Carolina, he was drawn to the craft of software engineering because of the agency it provides to creat…
 
This talk is part of the Cloud Native Security Conference on June 24-25 and July 1, 2020. To view more conference sessions go to http://ibm.biz/devcon-security. Jaya Ramanathan is a Distinguished Engineer at Red Hat. She has worked in the security field for over twenty years. She has held Chief Architect roles for identity and access management, se…
 
This talk is part of the Cloud Native Security Conference on June 24-25 and July 1, 2020. To view more conference sessions go to http://ibm.biz/devcon-security. Rosalind is responsible for driving the direction for products in support of customer's transformation to DevOps specifically focused on IBM Z, including bringing open source pipelines to t…
 
The SimCenter for multidisciplinary research at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga is aiding in the COVID-19 fight by Simulating Lung function with IBM High Performance Computing. Our guests are Research Professor Dr. Abdollah (Abi) Arabshahi and the Director of the SimCenter Dr. Anthony Skjellum. Dr. Arabshahi has been researching and simulat…
 
Our guest, John Walicki is at the forefront of tech-for-good and developer advocacy with his work on the "Call for Code" programs at IBM. The spread of the COVID-19 and other threats like natural disasters, pose an acute threat to world populations in the future. In this episode, we are going to hear how John's work with the Call for Code programmi…
 
Join us for a conversation with Priyanka Sharma the director of technical evangelism and Brandon Jung the VP of Alliances at GitLab. GitLab is a complete DevOps solution that is ideal for the enterprise. Priyanka and Brandon share how they handle their community outreach and ecosystem work at GitLab. As well as, how they individually participate in…
 
Stealth attacks and new types of cybersecurity exploits are being discovered daily. Without monitoring your data and pipelines, you may not even know you have been hacked. This is where chain-of-custody-as-a-service and enterprise-grade hosting comes into play. Our guest Val B from PencilDATA and Jason McGee, CTO of IBM Cloud Platform discuss the c…
 
Join us for a discussion with Chris Aniszczyk, CTO and COO the CNCF and Jason McGee CTO of the IBM Cloud Platform. Chris and Jason give us insights into the meteoric rise of Kubernetes and how the CNCF is building a sustainable ecosystem of communities. We explore how these communities and partner organizations come together at events like Kubecon.…
 
The open-source movement has rapidly become the way code is being developed for today’s smart and agile businesses. Open Mainframe Project is at the forefront of this movement by being the project that supports and launches new open source initiatives that play an integral role in making mainframes modern to meet today’s business needs. Currently, …
 
If you are looking to win your Fantasy Football league, listen in and hear how Watson Fantasy Football Insights brings fairness back into your decision-making process. Aaron Baughman, a distinguished engineer with over 150 patents to his credit, has worked on many interesting sports and entertainment projects. In this episode, Aaron shares insights…
 
The National Security Agency | Open Source & The Ghidra decompiler project This year while at OSCON my cellphone battery died. Luckily, there was a cell phone charging station in the National Security Agency's booth. While I was waiting for my battery to charge, I had time to interview Jacob & Emily from the agency's community team, as well as, a s…
 
Chris Bailey | Kabanero.io for the Systems Architect Kabanero.io is an open-source project focused on bringing together foundational open source technologies into a modern microservices-based framework. Developing apps for container platforms requires harmony between developers, architects, and operations. Today’s developers need to be efficient at…
 
Erin Schnabel | Appsody Appsody provides everything you need to iteratively develop applications, ready for deployment to Kubernetes environments. Teams are empowered with sharable technology stacks, configurable and controllable through a central hub. Links mentioned in this episode: Kabanero: https://kabanero.io Appsody: https://appsody.dev Codew…
 
Nate Ziemann | Kabanero.io Kabanero.io is an open source project focused on bringing together foundational open source technologies into a modern microservices-based framework. Developing apps for container platforms requires harmony between developers, architects, and operations. Today’s developers need to be efficient at much more than writing co…
 
Lin Sun | Istio Maintainer & IBM Master Inventor Join us for a discussion with Lin Sun, maintainer on the open-source project Istio and an IBM Master Inventor with over 100 patents to her credit. She shares with us how the growing popularity of micro-services has created a real need for a service meshes like Istio. Lin goes onto give us insight int…
 
If you’ve ever wanted to get into blockchain development but haven’t found a good place to start. Horea Porutiu can help. In this episode, we discuss the essential concepts of public and private blockchains. We have included in the notes below a link to Horea's full conference talk about how to implement a real-world blockchain use case using open-…
 
Phil Estes & Liz Rice | Containers & Security In this episode, our guests Phil Estes and Liz Rice take us on a journey from the rise of containers through the creation of Kubernetes and the Open Container Initiative. Giving us insights into the open-source communities processes, motivations and it's players. As well as how to run these technologies…
 
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