Tag: containers

SE-Radio Episode 290: Diogo Mónica on Docker Security

Filed in Episodes by on May 9, 2017 1 Comment
SE-Radio Episode 290: Diogo Mónica on Docker Security

Docker Security Team lead Diogo Mónica talks with SE Radio’s Kim Carter about Docker Security aspects. Simple Application Security, which hasn’t changed much over the past 15 years, is still considered the most effective way to improve security around Docker containers and infrastructure. The discussion explores characteristics such as Immutability, the copy-on-write filesystem, as well […]

Continue Reading »

SE-Radio Episode 270: Brian Brazil on Prometheus Monitoring

Filed in Episodes by on October 4, 2016 1 Comment
SE-Radio Episode 270: Brian Brazil on Prometheus Monitoring

Jeff Meyerson talks with Brian Brazil about monitoring with Prometheus, an open source tool for monitoring distributed applications. Brian is the founder of Robust Perception, a company offering Prometheus engineering and consulting. The high level goal of Prometheus is to allow developers to focus on services rather than individual instances of a given service. Prometheus […]

Continue Reading »

SE-Radio Episode 239: Andrew Clay Shafer on Modern Platform-as-a-Service

Filed in Episodes by on October 2, 2015 2 Comments
SE-Radio Episode 239: Andrew Clay Shafer on Modern Platform-as-a-Service

Josh Long talks to Pivotal’s Andrew Clay Shafer about the state of platforms-as-a-service (PaaS; like Cloud Foundry). They cover how pass relates to the fast-evolving container-ready distributed runtimes such as Lattice, Kubernetes and Mesos. The discussion starts with a look at what PaaS means and moves on to how the technology has evolved, the community […]

Continue Reading »

SE-Radio Episode 235: Ben Hindman on Apache Mesos

Filed in Episodes by on August 17, 2015 1 Comment
SE-Radio Episode 235: Ben Hindman on Apache Mesos

Ben Hindman talks to Jeff Meyerson about Apache Mesos, a distributed systems kernel. Mesos abstracts away many of the hassles of managing a distributed system. Hindman starts with a high-level explanation of Mesos, explaining the problems he encountered trying to run multiple instances of Hadoop against a single data set. He then discusses how Twitter uses […]

Continue Reading »