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Streaming Audio features all things Apache Kafka®, Confluent, real-time data, and the cloud. We cover frequently asked questions, best practices, and use cases from the Kafka community—from Kafka connectors and distributed systems, to data mesh, data integration, modern data architectures, and data mesh built with Confluent and cloud Kafka as a service. Join host Kris Jenkins (Senior Developer Advocate, Confluent) as he streams through a series of interviews, stories, and use cases with gues ...
 
Welcome to Serverless Craic from The Serverless Edge with Dave Anderson, Mark McCann and Mike O'Reilly. We want to share our tools and techniques so that you can use them to communicate your Technical Strategy with your C-Suite and business owners. We want to help you to build a serverless first organisation. We will show you how to use Wardley Mapping to gain situational awareness of where your cloud applications and business are. And then how to develop your technical capability in away th ...
 
Hosted by Viktor Gamov and Kaitlyn Barnard, we interview software developers and technology leaders at the top of their game every other week. We’ll also give you the tools, tactics and strategies you need to take your cloud native architecture to the next level. We go beyond the buzzwords and dissect real-life applications and success stories so that you can tackle your biggest connectivity challenges.
 
Hosted by Anexinet Sr. Mobile Strategists Steven Brykman and Glenn Gruber, this podcast covers all aspects of Digital Transformation, including strategy, mobility, security, development, design, testing and more. Anexinet is a leading technology consultancy and reseller, focused on technology-enabled business transformation strategies and solutions. Anexinet (www.anexinet.com) customers benefit from our holistic approach—from engaging front-end interactions to dependable back-end solutions, ...
 
Coming from an architectural background and education in architecture, Tom Fanara, host of the Microservices For Everyone podcast has been on a quest for always improving software architecture.Microservices appeals to Tom in many ways, especially when implemented within Event Driven Architecture or EDA. As a result of doing both well a graph or map can be produced so the team has a self-documenting reference to guide and track enterprise information activities and events. For microservices t ...
 
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In principle, data mesh architecture should liberate teams to build their systems and gather data in a distributed way, without having to explicitly coordinate. Data is the thing that can and should decouple teams, but proper implementation has its challenges. In this episode, Kris talks to Florian Albrecht (Solution Architect, Hermes Germany) abou…
 
Is there a better way to manage access to resources without compromising security? New employees need access to a variety of resources within a company's tech stack. But manually granting access can be error-prone. And when employees leave, their access must be revoked, thus potentially introducing security risks if an admin misses one. In this pod…
 
AWS reInvent announcements In this episode we are talking about what we would like to see at AWS re:Invent. The AWS internal teams work towards re:Invent to make their big announcements. Sometimes they have announcements beforehand. But the big announcements will be on stage. What would you like to see? Serverless Services An increase to the enhanc…
 
AWS reInvent announcements In this episode we are talking about what we would like to see at AWS re:Invent. What would you like to see? Serverless Services An increase to the enhancement and evolution of service development capabilities and the ecosystem in general. So more serverless services coming online for items that aren't serverless and iter…
 
In this episode, I caught up with Sarah Hamilton, who is an AWS Community Builder and a software engineer at LEGO. We talked about her journey into serverless and LEGO's serverless adoption has changed since I spoke with Sheen and Nicole on this podcast. In the two years since they have grown from 6 features teams to over 25, all focused on serverl…
 
As the code base of a company grows, it becomes more complex. This complexity can lead to different sorts of communication problems capable of affecting both monolith and microservice architectures. In this regard, domain driven design is a tool for enhancing and clearing communication and putting together cohesive software development teams. In th…
 
Can we use machine learning to detect security threats in real-time? As organizations increasingly rely on distributed systems, it is becoming more important to analyze the traffic that passes through those systems quickly. Confluent Hackathon ’22 finalist, Géraud Dugé de Bernonville (Data Consultant, Zenika Bordeaux), shares how his team used Tens…
 
What happens when you need to store more than a few petabytes of data? Rittika Adhikari (Software Engineer, Confluent) discusses how her team implemented tiered storage, a method for improving the scalability and elasticity of data storage in Apache Kafka®. She also explores the motivating factors for building it in the first place: cost, performan…
 
It began with the forging of the Great Maps and Simon Wardley We've been talking this week about Wardley mapping. Simon Wardley features in our book 'The Value Flywheel Effect'. Where did you first hear about Wardley Mapping? I first heard Simon Wardley talking at cloud conferences about early cloud. I remember an open source conference and a 20 mi…
 
It began with the forging of the Great Maps and Simon Wardley We've been talking this week about Wardley mapping. Where did you first hear about Wardley Mapping? I first heard Simon Wardley talking at cloud conferences about early cloud. I remember an open source conference and a 20 minute video. When he presented it came across as common sense. Li…
 
In this episode, I spoke with Sam Williams, who runs the Complete Coding YouTube channel where he teaches about AWS and Serverless. He recently published a new video course called "Master AWS Serverless with 7 Real World Projects" and shared some helpful tips on picking the right course and how you can get the most from these courses. Sam is also a…
 
Over the years, the software development community has created several tools for making their work easier and more efficient. As a result, building applications has become simpler than ever. But with so many options to choose from, which one would be the best for your project? In terms of flexibility and cost-effectiveness, hybrid apps are the futu…
 
What is Engineering Excellence? We are chatting about two things that I think are quite interesting: engineering excellence and well architected. They are two phrases we kick about a lot. And they're heavily featured in the book, The Value Flywheel Effect coming out soon. Few companies will say they don't want good engineering. And we are happy wit…
 
What is Engineering Excellence? Few companies say they don't want good engineering. But they don't define what good looks like. And secondly,engineers are expected to write lots of code. For me, engineering excellence is not writing loads of code. It's about getting into code reliability, feedback loops and how well engineering is functioning. And …
 
Is real-time data streaming the future, or will batch processing always be with us? Interest in streaming data architecture is booming, but just as many teams are still happily batching away. Batch processing is still simpler to implement than stream processing, and successfully moving from batch to streaming requires a significant change to a team…
 
Streaming real-time data at scale and processing it efficiently is critical to cybersecurity organizations like SecurityScorecard. Jared Smith, Senior Director of Threat Intelligence, and Brandon Brown, Senior Staff Software Engineer, Data Platform at SecurityScorecard, discuss their journey from using RabbitMQ to open-source Apache Kafka® for stre…
 
We are just back from The Value Flywheel Effect book launch at DevOps Enterprise Summit organised by IT Revolution with Gene Kim and crew. We had a great week doing our book launch. It was great to see the buzz and the content. But getting handed the first copy of The Value Flywheel Effect book made it very real! There was a shelf full of IT Revolu…
 
We are just back from The Value Flywheel Effect book launch at DevOps Enterprise Summit organised by IT Revolution with Gene Kim and crew. Learning Sprint The first thing I did was a learning sprint. I did an hour on creating a cloud strategy with Wardley mapping, which I thought was interesting. I used Ben Mosior's Wardley map canvas from LearnWar…
 
In this episode, I spoke with AWS Serverless Hero Luc van Donkersgoed about how PostNL is using serverless technologies and discussed the challenges of building event-driven architectures and how PostNL tackles problems such as schema validation and testing. Links from the episode: Build cloud-native apps with Serverless interaction testing IT vaca…
 
With so much sensitive data going on through software applications, software products need to be robust enough to protect its users from malicious actors. VP of Engineering Ken Kantzer believes successful code audits combine the efforts of management, software engineers, and cybersecurity to create a safer web environment. In this episode, Ken shar…
 
What are some recommendations to consider when running Apache Kafka® in production? Jun Rao, one of the original Kafka creators, as well as an ongoing committer and PMC member, shares the essential wisdom he's gained from developing Kafka and dealing with a large number of Kafka use cases. Here are 6 recommendations for maximizing Kafka in producti…
 
Is it possible to build a real-time data platform without using stateful stream processing? Forecasty.ai is an artificial intelligence platform for forecasting commodity prices, imparting insights into the future valuations of raw materials for users. Nearly all AI models are batch-trained once, but precious commodities are linked to ever-fluctuati…
 
Today we are talking about a big DevOps Conference. And the first book signing of our new book, The Value Flywheel Effect. It's at the DevOps Enterprise Summit on October 18-20 with IT Revolution who also published our book. It's the first live event in three years. DevOps Enterprise Summit is the leading community for driving change in technology.…
 
Today we are talking about a big DevOps Conference. And the first book signing of our new book, The Value Flywheel Effect. It's at the DevOps Enterprise Summit on October 18-20 with IT Revolution who also published our book. It's the first live event in three years. DevOps Enterprise Summit is the leading community for driving change in technology.…
 
Communities have nourished the tech industry —and academia— for ages. Aside from acting as a knowledge base, communities also allow their members to build a network and find and offer job opportunities. Besides, tech communities, says TechLadies Vice President Caro Griffin, can help us close the gender gap in tech. According to Caro, not only women…
 
This week we look at 'What is Value Engineering?' with BMK Lakshminarayanan from DevOps New Zealand. BMK is based out of Wellington, New Zealand working as Transformation Architect and Independent Consultant for Section Six. He helps customers on containers and cloud with DevOps, modern engineering and architecture practices. He also worked for 15 …
 
This week we look at 'What is Value Engineering?' with BMK Lakshminarayanan from DevOps New Zealand. BMK is based out of Wellington, New Zealand working as Transformation Architect and Independent Consultant for Section Six. He also worked for 15 years with Bank of New Zealand. As part of that work he connected and became a central part of the DevO…
 
Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) impact Apache Kafka® performance in production. How can you optimize your event-streaming architectures so they process more Kafka messages using the same number of JVMs? Gil Tene (CTO and Co-Founder, Azul) delves into JVM internals and how developers and architects can use Java and optimized JVMs to make real-time data…
 
Nowadays, Agile methodologies are applied and well-known all over the software development industry. But are they actually implemented as they should? According to Software Architect and author Allen Holub, while Agile is the way to go, it does not mix well with other practices just as widespread in the industry—chiefly, estimates and project-based…
 
Apache Kafka® 3.3 is released! With over two years of development, KIP-833 marks KRaft as production ready for new AK 3.3 clusters only. On behalf of the Kafka community, Danica Fine (Senior Developer Advocate, Confluent) shares highlights of this release, with KIPs from Kafka Core, Kafka Streams, and Kafka Connect. To reduce request overhead and s…
 
How do you set data applications in motion by running stateful business logic on streaming data? Capturing key stream processing events and cumulative statistics that necessitate real-time data assessment, migration, and visualization remains as a gap—for event-driven systems and stream processing frameworks according to Fred Patton (Developer Evan…
 
What’s your favorite podcast? Would you like to find some new ones? In celebration of International Podcast Day, Kris Jenkins invites 12 experts from the Apache Kafka® community to talk about their favorite podcasts. Unlike other episodes where guests educate developers and tell stories about Kafka, its surrounding technological ecosystem, or the C…
 
How to apply the well architected tool Grady Booch is a fantastic software architect who has done a lot of pioneering software engineering. One of his latest messages says that it's a good thing that AWS, Azure and Google are offering guidance on building with well architected. But he also warns that when cloud providers talk to you about well arch…
 
Grady Booch is a fantastic software architect who has done a lot of pioneering software engineering. One of his latest messages says that it's a good thing that AWS, Azure and Google are offering guidance on building with well architected. But he also warns that when cloud providers talk to you about well architected, it comes with a bias towards t…
 
What is the Second Cloud Transformation? In this episode we are talking about the second cloud transformation. A lot of people are talking about what happens when you get to the cloud? You have already moved to the cloud. But you are not achieving the cloud successes like being event driven or serverless. It can be a surprise for organisations that…
 
What is the Second Cloud Transformation? In this episode we are talking about the second cloud transformation. A lot of people are talking about what happens when you get to the cloud? You have already moved to the cloud. But you are not achieving the cloud successes like being event driven or serverless. It can be a surprise for organisations that…
 
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