Darin Pope & Viktor Farcic


What is DevOps? We will attempt to answer this and many more questions.

Popular episodes

DOP 117: Understanding Why Gates Exist in Business

Jul 28 • 21:49

#117: Many times, people question why gates exist in business. It's good to question why a gate exists. However, it's not ok to remove a gate without first doing the work necessary to figure out what will happen if the gate is removed....

DOP 116: Why You Should Choose Boring Technology

Jul 21 • 25:24

#116: Individuals typically love to chase the new bright shiny technology objects. However, most enterprises go in the exact opposite direction and want any "new" technology to be fully proven out, i.e. for years, before that technology has a chance to actually be turned into a live production system. How can we help convince management to think differently?...

DOP 115: How Far Are You From No Touch Production?

Jul 14 • 22:10

#115: Are you still logging in and making manual changes to your servers and applications or have you started on the path to not only no touch production, but to no touch everything? If you aren't moving in that direction, why not?...

DOP 114: Solving Multitenancy Problems In Kubernetes

Jul 7 • 23:37

#114: Are you running your Kubernetes clusters by applying the Oprah effect (you get a cluster...you get a cluster...you get a cluster) or have you finally realized you have neither unlimited cash nor unlimited compute resources? In this episode, we talk about different multitenancy options that are available that you can use with your Kubernetes clusters today....

DOP 113: Are Specifications Still Relevant?

Jun 30 • 36:14

#113: Are specifications still relevant in today's software development lifecycle? It depends on who you ask..and how old they are. In this episode, we talk with Luca Ingianni about his experiences ranging from a software tester in avionics to his current role working as a consultant and trainer....

DOP 112: Essential Infrastructure as Code

Jun 23 • 36:46

#112: Are you still clicking around in consoles to create and manage your infrastructure? If so, you'll want to listen to today's episode with Rosemary Wang, the author of Essential Infrastructure as Code....

DOP 111: What Are Software Supply Chain Attacks?

Jun 16 • 27:37

#111: Ever since Alex Birsan published his Dependency Confusion article in February 2021, the concept of the software supply chain has come to the forefront. The supply chain should not be a new concept to people, but many seemed to have been caught off guard. Today we talk about Alex's article along with a new project that allows you to manage your supply chain security i...

DOP 110: The Problems With Microservices

Jun 9 • 30:05

#110: It seems that everyone thinks that microservices solves every problem that can be imagined. In fact, there's probably a good chance that you don't even want microservices in your organization due to the new problems that they introduce....

DOP 109: How to Test Microservices

Jun 2 • 23:13

#109: You've made the decision that you're going to drop your monoliths and move to microservices. Have you given any consideration how you are going to test your microservices? Beyond that, have you thought about how you can make testing easy for the consumers of your microservices?...

DOP 108: Why Do We Want to Use Microservices?

May 19 • 21:26

#108: If you cannot define a thing, how do you know what it is? Is a microservice a function, a container, a VM, all of the above or none of the above? Today, we give you our definition of what a microservice is and where microservices should fit into your application architecture....

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