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Episode 451: Luke Kysow on Service Mesh

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Episode 451: Luke Kysow on Service Mesh

Luke Kysow, software engineer at HashiCorp, discusses service mesh and Hashicorp’s open source service mesh, Consul. Luke and host Priyanka Raghavan conducted a deep dive of the features of a service mesh, including service discovery, health monitoring, infrastructure support, and security. The last segment focuses on how Consul talks to Envoy and also compares Consul […]

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Episode 444: Tug Grall on Redis

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Episode 444: Tug Grall on Redis

Tug Grall of Redis Labs discusses Redis, its evolution over the years, and emerging use cases today. Host Akshay spoke with Tug about Redis’ fundamental data structures and their common uses, its module based ecosystem and Redis’ applicability in a wide range of applications beyond being a layer for caching data such as search, machine […]

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Episode 433: Jay Kreps on ksqlDB

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Episode 433: Jay Kreps on ksqlDB

Jay Kreps, CEO and Co-Founder of Confluent discusses ksqlDB which is a SQL engine for data in Apache Kafka. Jay talks about stream processing, Kafka and how the data can now be queried with push/pull queries with ksqlDB, similar to a relational database. Jay discusses some of the similarities and differences between SQL databases and […]

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Episode 422: Michael Geers on Micro Frontends

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Episode 422: Michael Geers on Micro Frontends

Michael Geers, Frontend Developer with over a decade experience in building User Interfaces discusses Micro Frontends. Micro Frontends is an architectural style that aims to extends the benefits of microservices to User Interface development. It allows independently deliverable frontend applications to be composed into a greater whole. It also enables front end developers to be part […]

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Episode 421: Doug Fawley on gRPC

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Episode 421: Doug Fawley on gRPC

Doug Fawley, tech lead of the golang native implementation of gRPC at Google, discusses gRPC with host Robert Blumen. They examine remote procedure calls generally, as well as the evolution of RPC technologies at Google, the benefits of HTTP/2 as the foundation of an RPC stack, and what HTTP/2 contributes to gRPC (security, flow control, […]

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