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Tech: Why It’s Always About the People With Jujhar Singh of Thoughtworks | StackPod Episode 18

Tech: Why It’s Always About the People With Jujhar Singh of Thoughtworks | StackPod Episode 18

31 min listen

In this episode, you will hear Jujhar talk about why tech is always about the people, how you can enable engineering teams to make their lives easier and why platform teams can be an answer to that, and much more. Enjoy the episode!

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EP #17: Making Customers Successful With Martin Lako of StackState

EP #17: Making Customers Successful With Martin Lako of StackState

27 min listen

On a daily basis, Martin and his team do all they can to make our customers as successful as possible - even, or especially, when our customer's IT environments are highly complex. We were eager to learn how he does that. Enjoy the episode!

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EP #16: Dotan Horovits on Why Observability Is a Data Analytics Problem

EP #16: Dotan Horovits on Why Observability Is a Data Analytics Problem

33 min listen

In today's episode we're talking to technology enthusiast Dotan Horovits. Dotan shares why observability is more than just the simple sum of logs, metrics and traces and why observability often comes with a data analytics problem.

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EP #15: Defining and Executing a Clear Product Strategy With Andreas Prins of StackState

EP #15: Defining and Executing a Clear Product Strategy With Andreas Prins of StackState

31 min listen

If you're familiar with the product manager role, you might know it's a very diverse role. In this episode, StackState's VP of Product Andreas Prins explains why he thinks a product manager should be "Mr. or Ms. Glue", and more. Enjoy!

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EP #14: Moving From Network Engineering to Site Reliability Engineering With Murali Suriar of Snowflake (Former Google)

EP #14: Moving From Network Engineering to Site Reliability Engineering With Murali Suriar of Snowflake (Former Google)

33 min listen

Listen to the episode to hear Murali share what it's like to move from network engineering into SRE and how you can implement the SRE practices not just at large organizations, but also at smaller-scaled businesses. Enjoy the episode!

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EP #13: Open Source Observability With Michael Hausenblas of AWS

EP #13: Open Source Observability With Michael Hausenblas of AWS

34 min listen

Michael is currently part of the open source observability service team at AWS. Listen to the podcast to learn why and how AWS chooses to support open source observability solutions such as Grafana, Prometheus and OpenTelemetry.

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EP #12: What Is OpenTelemetry and Is It the Future of Observability? With Melcom Van Eeden of Stackstate

EP #12: What Is OpenTelemetry and Is It the Future of Observability? With Melcom Van Eeden of Stackstate

43 min listen

For our latest episode, we invited StackState engineer and #otel enthusiast Melcom van Eeden to share why he's so excited about OpenTelemetry and why he thinks it's the future of observability. Enjoy the podcast!

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EP #11: Implementing the SRE Practice From Scratch: Lessons Learned with Yousef Sedky Of Axiom / Hyke

EP #11: Implementing the SRE Practice From Scratch: Lessons Learned with Yousef Sedky Of Axiom / Hyke

39 min listen

Yousef is a DevOps team lead and AWS Cloud architect at Hyke, a sister company of Axiom Telecom. He and his team built the architecture from scratch, as well as implemented the SRE practice. Listen to the podcast to learn how he did that.

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StackPod Podcast: AWS Observability - Best Practices for SaaS Solutions on AWS With Russell Foster of StackState

StackPod Podcast: AWS Observability - Best Practices for SaaS Solutions on AWS With Russell Foster of StackState

44 min listen

In this episode, we’re talking to Russel Foster. Russel is our DevOps engineer, responsible for making sure our SaaS product runs smoothly on AWS: the perfect person to talk to about AWS observability for SaaS solutions. Enjoy the podcast!

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EP #9: What It’s Like to Be a Solution Architect With Akshat Srivastava (AWS)

EP #9: What It’s Like to Be a Solution Architect With Akshat Srivastava (AWS)

36 min listen

In this episode, we're talking to Akshat Shrivastava. Akshat is a Solutions Architect Manager at AWS as well as the founder of SENY, a community that helps (aspiring) solution architects to help them evolve in their careers.

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EP #8: Kubernetes, Container Runtimes and Why They Matter With Zandré Witte (StackState)

EP #8: Kubernetes, Container Runtimes and Why They Matter With Zandré Witte (StackState)

43 min listen

Zandré is responsible for leading the integrations team at StackState. The Kubernetes integration is one of the important ones he and his team continuously work on. Zandré shares why that is, and, what container runtimes have to do with it.

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EP #7: How Observability and AI Can Help the Human Brain in Solving and Preventing Cybercrime With Ramfis Adrichem

EP #7: How Observability and AI Can Help the Human Brain in Solving and Preventing Cybercrime With Ramfis Adrichem

41 min listen

As a security specialist, Ramfis deals with preventing cybercrime and threat handling all day long. In this episode, he shares how observability tools and concepts like AI can support the human brain in solving and preventing cybercrime.

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EP #6: How and Why We Built Our Own Time Series Graph Database With Bram Schuur (Stackstate)

EP #6: How and Why We Built Our Own Time Series Graph Database With Bram Schuur (Stackstate)

23 min listen

Bram is a developer and tech lead and has been with StackState since almost the beginning. Anthony and Bram talk about the time series graph database - our proprietary technology that's at the core of our time traveling topology.

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EP #5: Implementing SRE at the Largest Online Retailer of the Netherlands and Belgium With Bart Enkelaar (Bol.com)

EP #5: Implementing SRE at the Largest Online Retailer of the Netherlands and Belgium With Bart Enkelaar (Bol.com)

36 min listen

Bart is a lead SRE at the largest online retailing platform in the Netherlands and Belgium: bol.com. He's been a backend engineer for 13 years and is now responsible for setting up SRE across more than a hundred DevOps teams.

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