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Continue.dev

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Continue.dev co-founder, Nate Sesti, to walk through an open source replacement for GitHub Copilot.Continue lets you use a set of open so...

AWS Graviton: The Great Arm Migration

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Michael Fischer of AWS to discuss why we should use Graviton, their arm64 compute with AWS-designed CPUs.Graviton is AWS' term for their ...

Local GenAI LLMs with Ollama and Docker

Bret and Nirmal are joined by friend of the show, Matt Williams, to learn how to run your own local ChatGPT clone and GitHub Copilot clone with Ollama and Docker's "Ge...

Kubernetes Observability with Site24x7

Bret is joined by Jasper Paul and Vinoth Kanagaraj, observability experts and Site24x7 Product Managers, to discuss achieving end-to-end visibility for applications on...

K2D by Portainer

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Neil Cresswell and Steven Kang from Portainer to look at K2D, a new project that enables us to leverage Kubernetes tooling to manage Dock...

Chainguard: Building Secure Container Images

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Dan Lorenc from Chainguard to walk them through Chainguard's approach to building secure, minimal container images for popular open sourc...

AWS Finch: The Minimal Local Container Solution

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Phil Estes of AWS to show us the Finch project, which bundles the best open source tools for building and running containers locally. Now...

Portainer for Kubernetes, Docker, Swarm, Edge, and IoT

Bret is joined by Neil Cresswell, CEO and co-founder of Portainer, to show us new features in Portainer and how it can manage, deploy, and orchestrate all your contain...

Open Source Codespaces with Daytona

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Ivan Burazin and Chad Metcalf to debut Daytona, an open source "codespaces equivalent."Daytona is a development environment manager desig...

Postgres in Containers

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Lukas Fittl of pganalyze to dive into Postgres in containers, in production, and in CI.Lukas is an expert and founder of pganalyze, and I...

Best of DevOps 2023

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Melissa McKay, Developer Advocate at JFrog and Docker Captain, to discuss the best and worst of 2023.We recorded this episode in December...

Faster Dev Feedback and Previews with Livecycle

Bret is joined by Matan Mishan & Roy Razon of Livecycle to discuss developer platforms and how to improve developer collaboration and speeding up feedback and previews...

Docker Recap of 2023

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Michael Irwin, DevRel at Docker, to talk about all the products and features Docker shipped in 2023, and what's coming in early 2024. Mic...

Tailscale Everything

Bret is joined by Alex Kretzschmar to talk about Tailscale, a universal VPN that connects teams, devices, and development environments for easy access to remote resour...

Dockerfiles have versions?

I break down why Dockerfile frontends exist and how Docker's build engine "BuildKit" is giving us updated Dockerfile features.The TL;DR of this podcast is to add this ...

Dagger: CI of the Future?

Application delivery doesn’t have to suck. Bret and Nirmal are joined by Solomon Hykes, the founder or Docker, to talk about Dagger and their application delivery-as-c...

Registry is getting an upgrade: Inside OCI artifacts

The OCI specifications for registry and image are getting a minor version number update to 1.1 soon, and this could be a big deal for anyone storing artifacts other th...

KubeCon Live with Friends 2023

Bret is joined by Nirmal and a host of friends from the floor of KubeCon, to talk about the latest news and goings-on.We wanted to get some of our friends and people w...

Moving Domain Registrars, Again

In this short episode, I tell the tale of my registrar DNS name hosting for the last 25 years and what I prefer for a cheap and reliable name registrar.★Topics★bret.lo...

Multipass Local Virtual Machines

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Chris Townsend, the engineering manager for Canonical's Multipass team, to discuss how to use Multipass as the easiest local virtual mach...

DockerCon 2023 New Features and Tools!

After returning from DockerCon earlier this month (Oct 2023), Bret recorded this podcast where he breaks down all the product announcements and details from the event....

NetBackup for Kubernetes

Bret is joined by Demetrius Malbrough and Joseph D'angelo from Veritas, the company that makes NetBackup amongst many other data protection tools.NetBackup has been ar...

AWS Lambda Containers

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Ken Collins, AWS Serverless Hero and Principal Engineer at Custom Ink to discuss all things Lambda and to dig into the details of running...

Ephemeral & Preview Environments for Compose and Kubernetes

Bret and Nirmal are joined by Grayson Adkins and Josh Thurman on the show. They are co-founders of Uffizzi, an environments-as-a-service company for Docker Compose and...

Codefresh and Argo CD with Dan Garfield

Bret is joined by Dan Garfield of CodeFresh to talk about growth of GitOps as a standard, growth of Argo, and more.Dan is the Co-founder and Chief Open Source Officer ...

OpenSauced with Brian Douglas

In this episode, Bret and Nirmal talk with Brian Douglas of OpenSauced. Brian Douglas, of GitHub fame, has founded OpenSauced, a cool web app and community of open sou...

Istio Ambient Mesh and Solo.io

Bret and Nirmal welcome Idit Levine, Founder/CEO Solo.io. Idit focuses on Service Mesh, API-GW and Multi-Cloud networking, and security.Idit has been involved in the C...

Future of Kubernetes with Brendan Burns

Bret and Matt welcome special guest Brendan Burns, CVP Azure Cloud Native & Resource Management, and also a founding member of the Kubernetes project.Because Brendan i...

Kasten K10 Kubernetes Backups

Bret and Matt welcome Michael Cade, the field CTO at Kasten by Veeam. If you've been around servers for a while, you probably have heard of Veeam. It made its debut ba...

Cycle.io LowOps container platform

Bret and Matt welcome Jake Warner back to the show to talk about LowOps. What does LowOps mean? What can Cycle offer us as an alternative to Swarm and Kubernetes?Jake ...

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