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SE-Radio Episode 294: Asaf Yigal on Machine Learning in Log Analysis

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SE-Radio Episode 294: Asaf Yigal on Machine Learning in Log Analysis

Asaf Yigal talks with SE Radio’s Edaena Salinas about machine learning in log analysis. The discussion starts with an overview of the structure of logs and what information they can contain. Asaf discusses what the log analysis process looks like without machine learning — and the role of humans in this – before moving on […]

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SE-Radio Episode 288: Francois Raynaud on DevSecOps

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SE-Radio Episode 288: Francois Raynaud on DevSecOps

Francois Raynaud and Kim Carter discuss what’s wrong with the traditional delivery approach and why we need to change. They explore the dangers of retrofitting security to the end of projects, how to combine development, operations, and security people into the same development teams and why, along with cost-benefit analysis. Francois and Kim discuss the […]

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SE-Radio Episode 268: Kief Morris on Infrastructure as Code

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SE-Radio Episode 268: Kief Morris on Infrastructure as Code

Kief Morris, cloud specialist at ThoughtWorks and author of the recent book Infrastructure as Code, talks to Sven Johann about why this concept is becoming increasingly important due to cloud computing. They discuss best practices for writing infrastructure code, including why you should treat your servers as cattle, not pets, as well as how to […]

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Episode 221: Jez Humble on Continuous Delivery

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Episode 221: Jez Humble on Continuous Delivery

Johannes Thönes interviews Jez Humble, senior vice president at Chef, about continuous delivery (CD). They discuss continuous delivery and how it was done at Go, CD, and HP firmware; the benefits of continuous delivery for developers; Conway’s law and cross-functional teams; scary releases and nonscary releases; fix-forward, blue-green deployments, and A/B testing; origins of continuous […]

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Episode 217: James Turnbull on Docker

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Episode 217: James Turnbull on Docker

James Turnbull joins Charles Anderson to discuss Docker, an open source platform for distributed applications for developers and system administrators. Topics include Linux containers and the functions they provide, container images and how they are built, use cases for containers, and the future of containers versus virtual machines. Venue: Internet Related Links James’s home page: […]

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