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HashiCast

HashiCast is a podcast hosted by the developer advocates from HashiCorp. HashiCast is a light hearted and fun podcast where we can talk about the world of DevOps and cloud technology.

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Episode 2 - Armon Dadgar, HashiCorp

This episode of HashiCast highlights Armon Dadgar from HashiCorp.Armon Dadgar is one of the two founders and the co-CTO of HashiCorp. Armon has an immense passion for Open Source and distributed systems to solve real world problems. He has worked on Nomad, Vault, Terraform, Consul, and Serf at HashiCorp, and maintains the Statsite and Bloomd OSS projects as well.We chat about how Armon got started with technology. We explored his early days in high school and university. We talked about how HashiCorp came into existence and the most challenging problems for HashiCorp as a company in the next few years. Guests: Armon Dadgar - HashiCorpHosts:Anubhav Mishra, Nic Jackson - Developer Advocates, HashiCorpIntro Music:El Mariachi by The Greek Fandango Orchestra (Creative Commons)freakfandango.bandcamp.comLinks:HashiCorp: https://hashicorp.com

46mins

17 Apr 2018

Rank #1

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Episode 16 - Kubernetes Special with the Consul Team

In this episode join us as we chat all things Kubernetes, Service Mesh, and even a little PCF. We are joined by Iryna Shustava, Rebecca Zanzig and Luke Kysow from the Consul Platform Ecosystem Team.

48mins

19 Nov 2019

Rank #2

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Episode 6 - Consul Connect With Mitchell Hashimoto And Paul Banks

In this episode we talk to Mitchell Hashimoto, founder and co-CTO of HashiCorp and Paul Banks, software engineer on the Consul team.We get a little insight into the personalities and backgrounds of both guests, most importantly we learn some amazing things about the new feature in Consul called Connect. Why we need a Service Mesh and how it helps with security for dynamically scheduled and legacy applications.https://www.consul.io

45mins

9 Aug 2018

Rank #3

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Episode 4 - Ben Sigelman, LightStep

This episode of HashiCast features Ben Sigelman from LightStep.Ben Sigelman is the CEO and Cofounder LightStep. LightStep is rethinking observability in the emerging world of microservices. He spent nine years at Google where he led the design and development of several global-scale monitoring systems. The most significant of these were Dapper, an always-on distributed tracing system, and Monarch, a high-availability time series collection, storage, and query system. Join us as we chat about monitoring approaches in the world of distributed systems, OpenTracing, and the growing world of observability with awesome projects like Zipkin.Recorded on April 6, 2018. Links--------Dapper Paper: https://static.googleusercontent.com/media/research.google.com/en//archive/papers/dapper-2010-1.pdfVizceral by Netflix: https://medium.com/netflix-techblog/vizceral-open-source-acc0c32113feFlux by Netflix: https://medium.com/netflix-techblog/flux-a-new-approach-to-system-intuition-cf428b7316ecOpenTracing call: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAa4TcX4eLBenz9A1SjzL-Q/ Blog post "The difference between tracing, tracing, and tracing": https://medium.com/opentracing/the-difference-between-tracing-tracing-and-tracing-84b49b2d54ea Ben’s Monitorama talk: https://vimeo.com/221051832 Ben's Twitter handle: https://twitter.com/el_bhsLightStep: https://lightstep.com/

50mins

1 Jun 2018

Rank #4

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Episode 19 - Andy Manoske, HashiCorp

This episode features HashiCorp's Andy Manoske, Principal Product Manager of Cryptography & Security for HashiCorp Vault.Join us as we discuss what secrets management means for the application developer, understand the importance of cryptography for Vault, and learn about new video games.

38mins

13 Apr 2020

Rank #5

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Episode 15 - Xander Grzywinski and Nicole Hubbard, HashiCorp

In this episode, Rosemary Wang introduces Nicole Hubbard and Xander Grzywinski, two new members of the HashiCorp Developer Advocacy team. Katie Reese also provides an update with Trent Rosenbaum from the London HashiCorp User Group.Join us as we make introductions, talk about Kubernetes, learn about HashiCorp tools, and deliberate on music making devices.

43mins

11 Nov 2019

Rank #6

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Episode 7 - Seth Vargo, Google

This episode of HashiCast features Seth Vargo, Developer Advocate at Google.Join us as we take a dive into Seth's career, past present and future, why Seth is still talking about HashiCorp Vault and his love for technology.

46mins

29 Aug 2018

Rank #7

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Episode 3 - Cheryl Hung, StorageOS

This episode of HashiCast features Cheryl Hung from StorageOS.Cheryl is a product manager at StorageOS where she leads the DevOps engineering team who ship a world-class product for running enterprise databases with Kubernetes in production. She is also a Cloud Native ambassador and organized the Cloud Native Meetup in London.Join us as we chat the complexities with managing storage in a container based world, why sometimes immutable is just not enough.Twitter:https://twitter.com/oicheryl?lang=enStorageOS:https://storageos.com

47mins

1 May 2018

Rank #8

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Episode 17 - Burnout Special with Dawn Parzych, Jonny Leroy & Dr. Adam Formal

In this episode, Rosemary Wang and Katie Reese talk about burnout with three guests: Dawn Parzych (Developer Advocate, LaunchDarkly), Jonny Leroy (Head of Technology for North America, Thoughtworks), and Dr. Adam Formal (Clinical Psychology PhD & Credentialed Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counselor).Join us as we discuss how you can recognize burnout, why it happens, what managers and leaders can do about it, and other resources that can help. Katie Reese also provides an update with Bruce Dominguez from the Perth HashiCorp User Group.For podcast notes, see hashicorp.com/resources/hashicast-episode-17-burnout.

46mins

14 Jan 2020

Rank #9

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Episode 11 - Vicki Cheung, Lyft

This episode features Vicki Cheung, Engineering Manager, Lyft.Join us as we chat with Vicki about her career and experiences with infrastructure at scale over the years. We also dive into the world of Kubernetes and how it is being used for applications such as machine learning. Most importantly about what videos games Vicki like to play!

42mins

18 Jun 2019

Rank #10