June 8th, 2018 | Season 2 | 35 mins 4 secs
application development, developers, devops, docker, github, gitops, microsoft, programming, software development, weaveworks
Microsoft announced on Monday that it was acquiring GitHub. And that’s all the Internet could talk about for a few days. TNS Managing Editor Joab Jackson wrote a piece for us summarizing the acquisition and some of that initial Internet reaction. And Scott Fulton examined a Plan B for developers who may be nervous about projects pulling out of GitHub and leaving a trail of broken dependencies.
And now that we’ve had some time to sit with it a bit we are starting to understand some of the other, longer term implications that this deal will have for developers.
April 13th, 2018 | Season 2 | 28 mins 26 secs
anaconda, containerization, containers, data science, docker, enterprise software, juniper, kubernetes, machine learning, telcos
On this week's episode of The New Stack Context, TNS Managing Editor Joab Jackson was reporting live from AnacondaCon in Austin, Texas. He covered the annual data science conference for Anaconda users and came back with some insights on Anaconda and machine learning in the enterprise. We’ll hear more about that in the second half of the show.
March 30th, 2018 | Season 2 | 30 mins 14 secs
ai, developer tools, developers, docker, gpu, gtc 2018, infrastructure automation, nvidia
This week we start with news from Docker, that its founder and former CTO Solomon Hykes has announced he’s leaving the company. Alex Handy first reported that Hykes stepped down as CTO back in November. At the time he said he was staying on as VP of the board of directors. Then this week Hykes published a post on the Docker blog announcing he’s leaving the company he started 10 years ago. Alex Handy has the story for us again.
July 18th, 2016 | Season 1 | 9 mins 56 secs
application development, containers, developers, devops, docker, microservices, open source software, programming, software, software development
Four years ago, the virtualization industry was blown wide open by the arrival of Docker — a format which made it possible to stage workloads and scale them without the overhead of VMware, Xen, or KVM virtual machines. Last year, Docker Inc. graciously donated its container standard to the Open Container Initiative, run by the Linux Foundation — a neutral governing party. The idea was to end all the bickering over what the container format should be. Instead, what’s happening is a fresh re-opening of the debate over why there should be just one.
June 21st, 2016 | Season 1 | 19 mins 38 secs
application development, cloud, coreos, developers, devops, docker, iot, kubernetes, open source, openshift, podcast, programming, software, software development, tech, technology
Our latest edition of The New Stack: Context dives nose-first into three sides of the container security pond simultaneously, to see which side cracks first. In this podcast, you’ll hear more from our visit to the Cloud Security Alliance summit at the last RSA Conference, where we’ll talk to the cloud service provider community and the security services community. And we’ll compare their vantage points to that of Docker, which so far has had to go it alone with respect to forging a new model for infrastructure security.