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Screaming in the Cloud

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Screaming in the Cloud with Corey Quinn features conversations with domain experts in the world of Cloud Computing. Topics discussed include AWS, GCP, Azure, Oracle Cloud, and the "why" behind how businesses are coming to think about the Cloud.

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Digital Security for Humans with Jessy Irwin

July 2nd, 2020

About Jessy IrwinJessy is Founder at Amulet. She enjoys the challenge of translating complex cybersecurity problems into relatable terms, and is …

All Things Azure with Dwayne Monroe

June 30th, 2020

About Dwayne Monroe

I've been a technologist, in some form, for most of my conscious life (starting with a Sinclair kit computer). I work as a cloud …

Untying the Gordian Knot of Cloud Spend with Wes Miller

June 25th, 2020

About Wes Miller

Wes Miller analyzes and writes about Azure infrastructure services, including Azure Virtual Machines and Azure Active Directory, and …

Cloud Governance Made Easy with David Boeke

June 23rd, 2020


About David Boeke

David Boeke is the CTO and VP Services for Turbot. David has 25+ years of experience in IT and is recognized as a transformational leader that has enabled some of the world's largest enterprise …

Podcasting about Podcasts with Chris Hill

June 18th, 2020

About Chris Hill

Chris is a Knoxville, TN native and owner of the podcast production company, HumblePod. In addition to producing podcasts for nationally-recognized thought leaders, Chris is the co-host and producer of …

Google’s Biggest Partner with Miles Ward

June 16th, 2020

About Miles Ward

As Chief Technology Officer at SADA, Miles Ward leads SADA’s cloud strategy and solutions capabilities. His remit includes delivering …

DynamoDB The Database of Choice for Serverless Applications with Alex DeBrie

June 11th, 2020

About Alex DeBrie

Alex is an author and self-employed AWS trainer and consultant focused on serverless & cloud-native technologies. He has been …

Becoming a RedMonk with Stephen O’Grady

June 9th, 2020

About Stephen O’Grady
Stephen O'Grady is a Principal Analyst and co-founder of RedMonk, the open source industry analyst firm. He focuses on infrastructure software such as programming languages, operating systems and …

Chiming in on Slack with Sid Rao

June 4th, 2020

About Sid Rao

Sid Rao is the GM of Amazon Chime. He has over 25 years of industry experience, having worked at Infosys, Nortel, Microsoft, and CTI …

Building a Developer-Focused Digital Event with Microsoft’s Jeff Sandquist

June 2nd, 2020

About Jeff SandquistJeff leads Developer Relations for the cloud at Microsoft, leading the team reinventing Microsoft's relationship with software developers around the globe. Their team is maniacal about making the …

Bringing FreeBSD to EC2 with Colin Percival

May 27th, 2020

About Colin Percival
Colin is the founder of Tarsnap, a secure online backup service which combines the flexibility and scriptability of the standard …

Democratizing Software Development on Stack Overflow with Prashanth Chandrasekar

May 20th, 2020

About Prashanth Chandrasekar

Prashanth Chandrasekar is Chief Executive Officer of Stack Overflow and is responsible for driving Stack Overflow’s …

The Future of Kubernetes with Bryan Liles

May 13th, 2020

About Bryan Liles

Bryan Liles is a Senior Staff Engineer at VMware. He leads the Developer Experience group, which creates solutions to help …

Open Source at Massive Scale with Jill Rouleau

May 6th, 2020

About Jill Rouleau

Jill Rouleau is a member of the Ansible engineering team, focused on maintaining AWS and other Cloud modules. Prior to Ansible, …

Overcoming Change Management Anti-Patterns through Automation with Jeffery Smith

April 29th, 2020

About the Jeff Smith
Jeff Smith has been in the technology industry for over 15 years, oscillating between management and individual contributor. Jeff …

Leaving Chemistry and Becoming a Data Nerd with Yulan Lin

April 22nd, 2020

About Yulan Lin

Yulan is a data nerd with experience in everything from bioinformatics to NLP. She’s currently working as a Developer Advocate for …

Learning How to Teach AWS to Newbies with Hiro Nishimura

April 15th, 2020

About Hiro Nishimura
M.Ed. in Special Education from University of Maryland. Five years experience working as an IT Engineer in New York City. Now, a “Freepreneur” (Freelance Entrepreneur) in the DC suburbs.Technical …

How to Get 75 Gigs of Free Storage in AWS with xssfox

April 8th, 2020

About xssfoxJust a dumb fox

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A Conversation with AWS’ Sandy Carter, One of the Busiest Women in Tech

April 1st, 2020

About Sandy Carter
Sandy Carter is the AWS Vice President, Public Sector Partners and Programs. In her new role, she is responsible for driving …

The Joy of Building Enterprise Software with Ben Sigelman

March 25th, 2020

About Ben SigelmanBen Sigelman is a co-founder and the CEO at LightStep, a co-creator of Dapper (Google’s distributed tracing system), and co-creator of the OpenTracing and OpenTelemetry projects (both part of the …

Serverless Evangelism with Farrah Campbell

March 18th, 2020

About Farrah CampbellAfter 10 years of working in healthcare management, a serendipitous 20-minute car ride with Kara Swisher inspired Farrah to make …

Multi-Cloud is the Future with Tobi Knaup

March 11th, 2020


About Tobi Knaup
Tobi Knaup is a Co-Founder & the Chief Technology Officer of D2iQ. Knaup is an experienced software engineer focusing on large …

Inside the Mind of a DevOps Novelist with Gene Kim

March 4th, 2020

About Gene Kim
Gene Kim is a multiple award-winning CTO, researcher and author, and has been studying high-performing technology organizations since …

Engineering a Tech-Driven Newsroom with Jeremy Bowers

February 26th, 2020

About Jeremy Bowers
Jeremy Bowers is an Engineering Director for the Newsroom Engineering team at The Washington Post. Previously, Jeremy was the Senior Editor for News Applications on the Interactive News Team of The …

The Staying Power of Kubernetes with Kelsey Hightower

February 19th, 2020

About Kelsey Hightower
Kelsey Hightower is a principal developer advocate at Google, the co-chair of KubeCon, the world’s premier Kubernetes conference, and an open source enthusiast. He’s also the co-author of

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery Made Easy with Rob Zuber

February 12th, 2020

About Rob Zuber
Rob Zuber is a 20-year veteran of software startups; a four-time founder, three-time CTO. Since joining CircleCI, Rob has seen the company through its Series B, Series C, and Series D funding and …

The Wide World of AWS Consulting with Andreas Wittig

February 5th, 2020

About Andreas Wittig
Andreas Wittig and Michael Wittig are freelancers, entrepreneurs, and authors. As freelancers, they are training, coaching, and …

SEARCHing in the CHAOS with Thomas Hazel

January 29th, 2020

About Thomas Hazel
Thomas Hazel is Founder, CTO, and Chief Scientist of CHAOSSEARCH. He is a serial entrepreneur at the forefront of communication, …

Speaking Truth to Power in Tech with Dai Wakabayashi

January 22nd, 2020

About Dai Wakabayashi
Dai Wakabayashi is a tech reporter for the New York Times based in San Francisco whose primary focus is all things Google. Prior to joining the Times, Dai covered Apple and Japanese tech companies …

‘But in IT, oh, it's Tuesday. Everything's about to change again.’ with Leon Adato

January 15th, 2020

About Leon Adato
Leon Adato is a Head Geek and technical evangelist at SolarWinds®, and is a Cisco® Certified Network Associate (CCNA), MCSE and …

Venture Capital Isn’t as Evil as Twitter Thinks with Adam Jacob

January 8th, 2020

About Adam Jacob
Adam Jacob is a co-founder of Chef Software and the creator of Chef. He has over a decade of experience designing, building, and managing large production systems. Adam is Chief Executive Officer & …

Hyperscaler Infrastructure for the Masses with Jessie Frazelle, Steve Tuck, and Bryan Cantrill of Oxide Computing

January 1st, 2020

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Making Engineering and Finance Play Nice Together with Rachel Stephens

December 25th, 2019

About Rachel Stephens
Rachel Stephens is an industry analyst with RedMonk, the developer focused industry analyst firm, covering a broad range of developer and infrastructure products. At RedMonk she has worked with …

Optimizing the re:Invent Experience with Pete Cheslock

December 18th, 2019

About Pete Cheslock
Pete is Professionally Unaffiliated, but spends his time consulting and advising companies such as CHAOSSEARCH and CloudTruth.

The Power of Humor in Tech with Chloe Condon

December 11th, 2019

About Chloe Condon
Chloe is a Bay Area based Cloud Advocate for Microsoft. Previously, she worked at where she was an advocate for their …

Google Is Deprecating This Podcast with Cody Ogden

December 4th, 2019

About Cody Ogden
A product designer at heart, Cody has been crafting experiences for the web since he was ten years old. He’s best known for his open …

The Future Is Time Series Data with Russ Savage

November 27th, 2019

About Russ Savage
Russ Savage is a Product Manager at InfluxData where he focuses on enabling DevOps for teams using InfluxDB and the TICK Stack. He has a background in computer engineering and has been focused on …

Building Strong Open Source Communities in the Cloud Era with Tiffany Farriss

November 20th, 2019

About Tiffany Farriss
Tiffany is the CEO and co-owner of Along with George DeMet, she provides the vision and values for Palantir. She …

A Day in the Life of Azure DevOps with Sasha Rosenbaum

November 13th, 2019

About Sasha Rosenbaum
Sasha is a Program Manager on the Azure DevOps engineering team, focused on improving the alignment of the product with open-source software.Sasha is a co-organizer of the DevOps Days Chicago and …

Building Secure Applications with Tanya Janca

November 6th, 2019

About Tanya Janca
Tanya Janca is the co-founder and CEO of Security Sidekick. Her obsession with securing software runs deep, from starting her company, to running her own OWASP chapter for 4 years and founding the OWASP …

How Software Developers Can Negotiate Better Salaries with Josh Doody

October 30th, 2019

About Josh Doody
Josh is a salary negotiation coach who helps experienced software developers negotiate job offers from big tech companies like Google …

The Power of Time Series Databases with Paul Dix

October 23rd, 2019

About Paul Dix
Paul Dix is the creator of InfluxDB. He has helped build software for startups, large companies and organizations like Microsoft, …

How Nicolas Cage Taught Me How to Code with Paul Chin Jr.

October 16th, 2019

About Paul Chin Jr.
Paul Chin Jr. is a curious human who likes to work with new technologies. His day job is at Cloudreach as a cloud solutions …

The Cloud & Climate Change with Paul Johnston

October 9th, 2019

About Paul Johnston
Paul Johnston is an interim CTO, CTO and strategist who has particular interests in serverless, cloud, startups and climate …

Five Characteristics That Define the Cloud with Nicole Forsgren, PhD

October 2nd, 2019

About Nicole Forsgren, PhD
Dr. Nicole Forsgren does research and strategy at Google Cloud following the acquisition of her startup DevOps Research and …

The Future of Application Security with Andrew Peterson

September 25th, 2019

About Andrew Peterson
Andrew Peterson is the CEO and Cofounder of Signal Sciences. Under Peterson’s leadership, Signal Sciences has become the #1 and …

Going Serverless with AJ Stuyvenberg

September 18th, 2019

About AJ Stuyvenberg
Aaron Stuyvenberg (AJ) is a Senior Engineer at Serverless Inc, focused on creating the best possible Serverless developer experience. Before Serverless, he was a Lead Engineer at SportsEngine (an …

Reverse Engineering the Capital One Breach with Josh Stella

September 11th, 2019

About Josh StellaJosh Stella is co-founder and CTO of Fugue, the company delivering autonomous cloud infrastructure security and compliance. …

The Anatomy of Developer Advocacy with Matt Broberg

September 4th, 2019

About Matt BrobergMatt loves working with technology communities to develop products and content that invite delightful engagement. He’s a serial …

How to Grade DevOps Teams with Nicole Forsgren, PhD

August 28th, 2019

About Nicole Forsgren, PhDDr. Nicole Forsgren does research and strategy at Google Cloud following the acquisition of her startup DevOps Research and …

Episode 74 - Podcasting about Podcasting with Richard Campbell

August 21st, 2019

About Richard CampbellRichard Campbell wrote his first line of code in 1977. His career has spanned the computing industry both on the hardware and software sides, development and operations. He was a co-founder of …

Episode 73 - Building a Cloud Supercomputer on AWS with Mike Warren

August 14th, 2019

About Mike WarrenMike Warren is cofounder and CTO of Descartes Labs. Mike’s past work spans a wide range of disciplines, with the recurring theme of …

Episode 72: Data Security in AWS with Chris Vickery

August 7th, 2019

About Chris VickeryChris Vickery is Director of Cyber Risk Research at UpGuard. His research has protected over two and a half billion private …

Episode 71: Boomeranging Back into Microsoft with Tara Walker

July 31st, 2019

About Tara Walker Tara is a Principal Software Engineer on the Azure IoT product group primarily focused making services for IoT and Intelligent Edge great on Azure. While she now primarily focuses on IoT, Tara has …

Episode 70: Creating Custom T-Shirts through the Cloud with Ken Collins

July 24th, 2019

About Ken CollinsKen Collins is a Staff Engineer at Custom Ink focusing on DevOps and eCommerce architecture with an emphasis on emerging …

Episode 69: On-Premise Nation-States with Dr. Galen Hunt

July 17th, 2019

Dr. Galen Hunt founded and leads the Microsoft team responsible for Azure Sphere. The mission of his team is to ensure that every IoT device on the planet is secure and trustworthy. Previously, Dr. Hunt lead the …

Episode 68: The Rise of the Cloud-First Generation with Christina Warren

July 10th, 2019

About Christina WarrenChristina Warren is a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, where she helps shape the overall strategy for Developer Relations in Azure. As an advocate, she hosts shows on Channel 9, Microsoft’s …

Episode 67: Infrastructure as Code with Terraform and Mitchell Hashimoto

July 3rd, 2019

About Mitchell HashimotoMitchell Hashimoto is Founder and CTO of HashiCorp. He is the creator of Vagrant, Packer, Serf, Consul, Terraform, Vault and …

Episode 66: VMware? VMhere with Sean O’Dell

June 27th, 2019

About Sean O'DellSean is a troublemaker living on the bleeding edge of technology and innovation. As a member of the VMware Cloud Services - Solution …

Episode 65: Cloud Coreyography Mark 2 with Azure’s Corey Sanders

June 19th, 2019

About Corey SandersCorey Sanders has 15 years of experience at Microsoft with 13 years of managerial experience. In the last 9 years, Corey has been in the Azure team building the Azure Compute service, and he recently …

Episode 64: Serverless Runs on Serverless Framework with Austen Collins

June 12th, 2019

About Austen CollinsAusten is an entrepreneur and software engineer located in Oakland, CA. He is also the founder and CEO of Serverless, Inc. and …

Episode 63: DevOps for Dummies with Emily Freeman

June 5th, 2019

About Emily FreemanEmily Freeman grew up in the “swamp” as Trump lovingly refers to it. With politics in her blood, she chased after her dream of …

Episode 62: Serverless Storytelling with Anna Spysz

May 29th, 2019

About Anna SpyszAnna Spysz is a writer turned software engineer at Stackery in Portland. When not software engineering, she likes to travel, play …

Episode 61: Building Microsoft Azure with Scott Guthrie

May 22nd, 2019

About Scott GuthrieAs executive vice president of the Microsoft Cloud + AI Group, Scott Guthrie is responsible for the company’s computing fabric (cloud and edge, including cloud infrastructure, server, database, CRM, …

Episode 60: Managing Secrets for Kubernetes with Kamus with Omer Levi Hevroni

May 15th, 2019

About Omer Levi HevroniOmer has been coding since 4th grade when his dad taught him BASIC, and he got hooked. From that point, he learned to code in many programming languages (today his favorite is C#). Today he’s …

Episode 59: Rebuilding AWS S3 in a Weekend with Valentino Volonghi

May 8th, 2019

About Valentino VolonghiValentino currently designs and implements AdRoll's globally distributed architecture. He is the President and Founder of the …

Episode 58: The Cloud Is Great, But It Isn’t Perfect

May 1st, 2019

About Richard BoydRichard is a Cloud Data Engineer with the iRobot Corporation’s Cloud Data Platform where he builds tools and services to support …

Episode 57: Building the Cloud: The logistics and practicality of going serverless in 2019

April 24th, 2019

About Richard HartmannRichard "RichiH" Hartmann is the Swiss Army Chainsaw at SpaceNet, leading both a greenfield datacenter build and monitoring. By …

Episode 56: Bringing Open Source to the Cloud

April 17th, 2019

About Jess FrazelleJessie Frazelle is a computer programmer who has worked at GitHub, Microsoft, Google, Docker and various companies, startups, even design agencies before that. She’s worked on a lot of the open source …

Episode 55: Get More out of the Cloud with AWS Training and Certification

April 10th, 2019

About Maureen LonerganMaureen Lonergan joined Amazon Web Services in March of 2012 as Director of Training and Certification. Since then, Maureen has worked to build a set of programs and offerings that offer a flexible …

Episode 54: Rethinking the Robot: How AWS Robotics is helping shape the future of domestic and commercial robotics

April 3rd, 2019

Some of the highlights of the show include: 
  • The benefits of RoboMaker in code deployment
  • How cloud computation frees up local resources 
  • Using …

Episode 53: Company Migration On Two Fronts: AWS and the Career Paths of Software Engineers

March 27th, 2019

Some of the highlights of the show include: 
  • Implications for migrating to AWS
  • Why and how for using Amazon vs hardware
  • The positive effects of …

Episode 52: AWS as a Career Finding Clarity in the Ever-changing Job Market of the Cloud

March 20th, 2019


The job market in the AWS world is complex and often confusing to both employers and employees. Wouldn’t it be great to have over 43,000 data points …

Episode 51: Size of Cloud Bill: Not About Number of Customers, but Number of Engineers You've Hired

March 6th, 2019


Years ago, if you wanted to launch an Internet company or Web application, you had to own necessary hardware. Now, the economics have changed drastically with the ease of Cloud computing. It’s still a new industry that …

Episode 50: If You Lose Data, Your Company is Having a Very Bad Day

February 27th, 2019


If you use MongoDB, then you may be feeling ecstatic right now. Why? Amazon Web Services (AWS) just released DocumentDB with MongoDB compatibility. Users who switch from MongoDB to DocumentDB can expect improved speed, …

Episode 49: Open Source Software: Slipping Beneath the Surface of Awareness

February 20th, 2019


Does operating system (OS) choice even matter anymore to most people? Especially with the emergence of serverless and containers? Debian may not see its name up in lights much these days, but it’s still very much front, …

Episode 48: Nobody Gets Rid of Anything, Including Data

February 13th, 2019


Companies can find working in the Cloud quite complicated. However, it’s a lot easier than it used to be, especially when trying to comply with …

Episode 47: Racing the Clouds

February 6th, 2019


More and more enterprises and on-prem applications are moving to the Cloud. Therefore, flexibility, agility, time-to-market, and cost effectiveness …

Episode 46: Don't Be Afraid of the Bold Ask

January 30th, 2019


If you’re looking for older services at AWS, there really aren’t any. For example, Simple Storage Service (S3) has been with us since the beginning. …

Episode 45: Everybody Needs Backup and Recovery

January 23rd, 2019


Do you have to deal with data protection? Do you usually mess it up? Some people think data protection architecture is broken and requires too many dependencies. By the time a business needs to backup a lot of data, …

Episode 44: Disagree In Commits Console Recorder for AWS

January 9th, 2019


Do you have some spare time? Can you figure out an easier way to do something? Then, why not build some software?!

Today, we’re talking to Ian Mckay …

Episode 43: Here’s a Document on How to Best Deal with My Foibles

January 2nd, 2019


A Manager README is a document designed to establish clarity between a manager and those who report to them. These documents are especially useful …

Episode 42: SCREAMING WITH CHAOSSEARCH: A reInvent reTrospective

December 26th, 2018


Would you like access to unlimited retention of your data within your Amazon S3, which costs far less than online storage on disc? Well, the next …

Episode 41: Open Source is Not a Business Model

December 19th, 2018


Have you ever had high expectations about a new software product? Did you think it was going to be spectacular? Instead, did it become less about …

Episode 40: Wave of Innovation Breaking Ahead of the Bow of the Ship that is Amazon

December 12th, 2018


You can't make money selling to developers! The bottleneck of getting business requirements and creating business value used to mean waiting for the next waterfall release. That’s not the case anymore in the venture …

Episode 39: Give 10 Bad Talks All in a Row and Then Get Fired

December 5th, 2018


Do you like to hear yourself talk? Especially while on a stage and in front of a lot of people? How do you come up with ideas to talk about? What process do you use to build a conference talk or presentation?

Today, …

Episode 38: Must be Willing to Defeat the JSON Heretics

November 30th, 2018


Do you understand how tabs work? How spaces work? Are you willing to defeat the JSON heretics? Most people understand the power of the serverless …

Episode 37: Hiring in the Cloud “I assume CrowdStrike makes drones”

November 21st, 2018


What’s hiring in the world of Cloud like? What are companies looking for in possible employees? What kind of career trajectory should applicants …

Episode 36: I'm Not Here to Correct Your English, Just Cloud Bills

November 14th, 2018


Do you enjoy watching sports? Wear your favorite team or player’s jersey? Are you a fan who has shopped at Fanatics on the Cloud?

Today, we’re talking to Johnny Sheeley, director of Cloud engineering at Fanatics, which …

Episode 35: Metered Pricing: Everyone Hates That! Charge Based on Value

November 7th, 2018


Did you know that you can now run Lambda functions for 15 minutes, instead of dealing with 5-minute timeouts? Although customers will probably never need that much time, it helps dispel the belief that serverless isn’t …

Episode 34: Slack and the Safety Dance of Chaos Engineering

October 31st, 2018


In the early days, angry nerd corners on the Internet viewed Slack and some of its predecessors as, “Oh, it’s just IRC. Now, you pay someone for it.” Many fell into that trap of wondering about what value such systems …

Episode 33: The Worst Manager I Ever Had Spoke Only In Metaphor

October 24th, 2018


If you’ve been doing DevOps for the past 10-20 years, things have really changed in the industry. There’s no longer large pools of help desk support. …

Episode 32: Lambda School: A New Approach to “Hire Ed”

October 17th, 2018


Are you interested in computer science? How would you like to go to school for free and learn what you need to in just a few months? Then, check out …

Episode 31: Hey Sam, wake up. It’s 3am, and time to solve a murder mystery!

October 10th, 2018


Have you ever been on-call duty as an IT person or otherwise? Woken up at 3 a.m. to solve a problem? Did you have to go through log files or look at …

Episode 30: How to Compete with Amazon

October 3rd, 2018


Trying to figure out if Amazon Web Services (AWS) is right for you? Use the “quadrant of doom” to determine your answer. When designing a Cloud architecture, there are factors to consider. Any system you design exists …

Episode 29: Future of Serverless: A Toy that will Evolve and Offer Flexibility

September 26th, 2018


Are you a blogger? Engineer? Web guru? What do you do? If you ask Yan Cui that question, be prepared for several different answers.

Today, we’re talking to Yan, who is a principal engineer at DAZN. Also, he writes blog …

Episode 28: Serverless as a Consulting Cash Register (now accepting Bitcoin!)

September 19th, 2018


Is your company thinking about adopting serverless and running with it? Is there a profitable opportunity hidden in it? Ready to go on that journey?

Today, we’re talking to Rowan Udell, who works for Versent, an Amazon …

Episode 27: What it Took for Google to Make Changes: Outages and Mean Tweets

September 12th, 2018


Google Cloud Platform (GCP) turned off a customer that it thought was doing something out of bounds. This led to an Internet outrage, and GCP tried to explain itself and prevent the problem in the future.

Today, we’re …

Episode 26: I’m not a data scientist, but I work for an AI/ML startup building on Serverless Containers

September 5th, 2018


Do you deal with a lot of data? Do you need to analyze and interpret data? Veritone’s platform is designed to ingest audio, video, and other data through batch processes to process the media and attach output, such as …

Episode 25: Kubernetes is Named After the Greek God of Spending Money on Cloud Services

August 29th, 2018


Google builds platforms for developers and strives to make them happy. There's a team at Google that wakes up every day to make sure developers have great outcomes with its services and products. The team listens to the …

Episode 24: Serverless Observability via the bill is terrible

August 22nd, 2018


What is serverless? What do people want it to be? Serverless is when you write your software, deploy it to a Cloud vendor that will scale and run it, and you receive a pay-for-use bill. It’s not necessarily a function …

Episode 23: Most Likely to be Misunderstood: The Myth of Cloud Agnosticism

August 10th, 2018


It is easy to pick apart the general premise of Cloud agnosticism being a myth. What about reasonable use cases? Well, generally, when you have a …

Episode 22: The Chaos Engineering experiment that is us-east-1

August 8th, 2018


Trying to convince a company to embrace the theory and idea of Chaos Engineering is an uphill battle. When a site keeps breaking, Gremlin’s plan …

Episode 21: Remember when RealNetworks used to-- BUFFERING

August 1st, 2018


Are you about to head off to college? Interested in DevOps and the Cloud? Is there a good way for someone like you who is starting out in the world …

Episode 20: The Wizard of AWS

July 25th, 2018


Today, we’re talking to Jeff Barr, vice president and chief evangelist at Amazon Web Services (AWS). He founded the AWS Blog in 2004 and has written more than 2,900 posts for it and another 1,100 for his personal blog. …

Episode 19: I want to build a world spanning search engine on top of GCP

July 19th, 2018


Some companies that offer services expect you to do things their way or take the highway. However, Google expects people to simply adapt the tech company’s suggestions and best practices for their specific context. This …

Episode 18: Sitting on the curb clapping as serverless superheroes go by

July 11th, 2018


What’s serverless? Are you serverless now? Is going from enterprise to serverless a natural evolution? Or, is it a “that was fun, now let’s go ride …

Episode 17: Pouring Kubernetes on things with reckless abandon

July 4th, 2018


DevOps as a service describes what Reactive Ops is trying to do, who it’s trying to help, and what problems it’s trying to solve. It’s passion to …

Episode 16: There are Still Servers, but We Don't Care About Them

June 27th, 2018


Are you interested in going beyond basic monitoring and visibility? Need tools to build and operate serverless applications and extract business …

Episode 15: Nagios was the Original Call of Duty

June 20th, 2018


Let’s chat about the Cloud and everything in between. The people in this world are pretty comfortable with not running physical servers on their own, but trusting someone else to run them. Yet, people suffer from the …

Episode 14: Cheslocked and loaded

June 13th, 2018


Do you need data captured that let you know when things don’t look quite right? Need to identify issues before they become major problems for your organization? Turn to Threat Stack, which has Cloud issues of its own, …

Episode 13: Serverlessly Storing my Dad Jokes in a Dadabase

June 6th, 2018


Aurora, from Amazon Web Services (AWS), is a MySQL-compatible service for complex database structures. It offers capabilities and opportunities. But with Aurora, you’re putting a lot of trust in AWS to “just work” in …

Episode 12: Like Normal Cloud Services, but More Depressing

May 30th, 2018


Does your job challenge and motivate you? Does it utilize your skills? Or, are you ready to go job hunting? Do you want an awesome job that is a …

Episode 11: Hickory Dickory Docker

May 23rd, 2018


Docker went from being a small startup to an enterprise company that changed the way people think about their infrastructure to now, where its relevance is somewhat minimal. The conversation is no longer around the …

Episode 10: Education is Not Ready for Teacherless

May 16th, 2018


Like migrating caribou, you tend to follow the trends of what clients are doing, which dictates what you work on as a consultant.

Today, we’re …

Episode 9: Cloud Coreyography

May 9th, 2018


Microsoft has experienced a renaissance. By everything that we've seen coming out of Microsoft over the past few years, it feels like the company is really walking the walk. Instead of just talking about how it’s …

Episode 8: A Corporate Prisoner's Dilemma

May 2nd, 2018


Have you dabbled with IT infrastructure in AWS? Have you been through the process of AWS partnership? Does being an AWS partner add value? Amazon seeks partners that helps drive its business, goals, and value.

Today, …

Episode 7: The Exact Opposite of a Job Creator

April 25th, 2018


Monitoring in the entire technical world is terrible and continues to be a giant, confusing mess. How do you monitor? Are you monitoring things the …

Episode 6: The Robot Uprising Will Have Very Clean Floors

April 18th, 2018


How many of you are considered heroes? Specifically, in the serverless Cloud, Twitter, and Amazon Web Services (AWS) communities? Well, Ben Kehoe is a hero.

Ben is a Cloud robotics research scientist who makes …

Episode 5: The Last Mainframe with a Kickstart and a Double Clutch

April 11th, 2018


How are companies evolving in a world where Cloud is on the rise? Where Cloud providers are bought out and absorbed into other companies?

Today, …

Episode 4: It's a Data Lake, not a Data Public Swimming Pool

April 4th, 2018


Open source activism tends to focus on running on hardware you can trust and avoiding Cloud computing. The problem with some Cloud providers has to do with a conflict of interest between serving customers and how they …

Episode 3: Turning Off Someone Else's Site as a Service

March 28th, 2018


How do you encourage businesses to pick Google Cloud over Amazon and other providers? How do you advocate for selecting Google Cloud to be successful …

Episode 2: Shoving a SAN into us-east-1

March 21st, 2018


When companies migrate to the Cloud, they are literally changing how they do everything in their IT department. If lots of customers exclusively rely on a service, like us-east-1, then they are directly impacted by …

Episode 1: Feature Flags with Heidi Waterhouse of LaunchDarkly

March 19th, 2018

This podcast features people doing interesting work in the world of Cloud. What is the state of the technical world? Let’s first focus on the up or down, on or off function of feature flags.

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Listen to Screaming in the Cloud


A free podcast app for iPhone and Android

  • User-created playlists and collections
  • Download episodes while on WiFi to listen without using mobile data
  • Stream podcast episodes without waiting for a download
  • Queue episodes to create a personal continuous playlist
RadioPublic on iOS and Android
Or by RSS
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Connect with listeners

Podcasters use the RadioPublic listener relationship platform to build lasting connections with fans

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Find new listeners

  • A dedicated website for your podcast
  • Web embed players designed to convert visitors to listeners in the RadioPublic apps for iPhone and Android
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Understand your audience

  • Capture listener activity with affinity scores
  • Measure your promotional campaigns and integrate with Google and Facebook analytics
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Engage your fanbase

  • Deliver timely Calls To Action, including email acquistion for your mailing list
  • Share exactly the right moment in an episode via text, email, and social media
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Make money

  • Tip and transfer funds directly to podcastsers
  • Earn money for qualified plays in the RadioPublic apps with Paid Listens