Holiday Shopping Craze, COVID-19 Spur Retail Security Storm

Veracode's Chris Eng discusses the cyber threats facing shoppers who are ... Holiday Shopping Craze, COVID-19 Spur Retail Security Storm.

Alois Reitbauer on Cloud Native Application Delivery, Keptn, and Observability

In this podcast, Alois Reitbauer sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: the goals of the CNCF app delivery SIG; how cloud native continuous delivery tooling like Keptn can help engineers scale development and release processes; and the role of culture change, tooling, and adopting open standards, such as OpenTelemetry, within observability.

Laravel schedule:work Command, Valet Lite, and YouTube Q&A

In this episode of the Laravel News podcast, Jake and Michael discuss the new Laravel “schedule:work” Command, Valet Lite, and YouTube Q&A plus all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community.

Phishing Lures Shift from COVID-19 to Job Opportunities

Fortinet researchers are seeing a pivot in the spear-phishing and phishing lures used by cybercriminals, to entice potential job candidates as businesses open up.

Data Center and Cloud Environments for Next-Generation Data Stacks

Cisco/AppDynamics' Shrey Parekh and Whitney Satin on how data center, cloud environments are changing to accommodate next-gen application and data stacks.

Anne Currie Discusses Cloud Providers and the Environmental Impact of Software

Charles Humble talks to Anne Currie from Container Solutions, exploring the environmental impact of technology. They look at how technology compares to other industries such as aviation and farming, how the big cloud providers compare in terms of their commitments to reducing carbon emissions, and the impact of the choices made by individual developers and software architects.

Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais on Software Architecture, Team Topologies, and Platforms

In this podcast, Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais, co-authors of the book Team Topologies, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: the role of a modern software architect, how team design impacts software architecture, creating “team APIs” in order to reduce cognitive load, and the benefits of building a “thinnest viable platform”.

The Basics of DataOps and Why It Matters – The New Stack

Like DevOps, DataOps can be described as workflow-related but helps resolve data-management challenges. “I think of DataOps as creating a workflow or a way of working as a data team that creates efficiencies and allows you to get more done with the resources you have in a better, more stable way,” said Schario.

Robinhood’s Kubernetes Journey: A Path More Treacherous than It Appears

Robinhood's Adam Wolff recalls two years ago when K8s looked so right and then what followed with host Scalyr CEO Christine Heckart in Scaling New Heights.

Lightbend’s Cloudstate Builds on Akka to Offer Stateful Serverless

Akka creator & Lightbend CTO Jonas Bonér talks about challenges of bringing state to serverless, reactive microservices frameworks and Cloudstate itself.

Asim Aslam on Microservices, go-micro, and PaaS 3.0

In this podcast, Asim Aslam, founder and CEO of Micro, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: microservices vs functions; the go-micro and micro frameworks; and the evolution of PaaS and how the new M3O platform fits into the landscape.

305 CVEs and Counting: Bug-Hunting Stories From a Security Engineer

Larry Cashdollar, senior security response engineer at Akamai, talks about the craziest stories he's faced, reporting CVEs since 1994.

API Security Weekly: Issue #104

This week, see recent API-related vulnerabilities at Twitter and Grandstream Networks, the newly added support for mutual TLS (mTLS) in AWS API Gateway, and more.

Next-Generation Cloud Computing Does Not Involve Putting a Server in a Container

Container Solutions' Ian Crosby and Charlotte Mach discuss next-gen computing including edge, environmentally sustainable cloud computing and culture.

How Kubernetes Vulnerabilities Have Shifted Since the First API Attacks

Kubernetes has many built-in security features but that doesn’t mean it’s secure right out of the box. Security for dependency management is still lacking and new attack vectors, such as malicious containers, are emerging.

Chaos Engineering: What It Means, Why It Matters

In this edition of The New Stack Makers podcast, Andrus defines chaos engineering and describes how organizations can make it work for them. Alex Williams, founder and publisher of The New Stack, hosted this episode.

How To Solve Problems Like A Software Developer

Problem solving — technologists do it differently.™ I asked 5 top Hacker Noon Contributors to share their secret problem-solving frameworks, so that we can all learn to think like devs, during a time when troubleshooting skills couldn't be more coveted.

Pat Helland on Software Architecture and Urban Planning

Wes Reisz talks to Pat Helland about the relationship between software architecture and urban planning. Pat explores planning for future growth, regulations/standards, and communication practices that cities--and software architecture--had to evolve to use. He uses these comparisons to distil lessons that architects can use in building distributed systems.

The Opportunity of Open Source to Create Opportunities for Others

Open source volunteering is a great way to gain work experience and make a name for yourself in certain tech circles. But having time and money to do work for free is an indisputable privilege. That’s why, while the tech industry as a whole is about 23 percent women, open source is at about four percent.

FAUN: The DevOps FaunCast

A narrative podcast from FAUN featuring DevOps & Cloud Native stories and leaders. Our goal in FAUN is to inform developers and DevOps enthusiasts about the latest trends and insights in the DevOps and the Cloud Native space.