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CTL 22 - What's New in Deis 1.0 Docker PaaS
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December 15, 2014 02:27 PM PST
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Deis is a Platform as a Service that uses Docker and so it makes Docker application development very easy to use and very familiar if you know something like Heroku. It is very similar to a Heroku-like system. This week we brought Deis' founder back on the show to tell us about what's new including the latest changes to the public-facing APIs and future-proofing work they have finished.

CTL 21 - VirtKick: an Open Source VPS and Your Own Digital Ocean
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December 10, 2014 03:26 PM PST
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VirtKick wraps awkard virtualization technology in a convenient, usable panel. VirtKick does to open source what DigitalOcean did to SaaS. Simplicity and privacy are their core goals. The project is currently alpha and the code is on GitHub - https://github.com/virtkick

CTL 20 - Geeking Out On APIs With Wynn Netherland from GitHub
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November 04, 2014 09:00 AM PST
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Wynn Netherland is a developer, an author, and all around geek. He currently works at GitHub on APIs and other things. He has co-authored or contributed to several books, including Sass and Compass in Action, Open Government, and ASP.NET Custom Controls.

CTL 19 - Making Clustered Infra Look Like One Big Server with Mesosphere and Florian Leibert
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October 29, 2014 03:15 PM PDT
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What if your laptop asked you which core you would like to run Word in today? Sounds archaic, but that's the current state of the art with server infrastructure. You still have to pick with virtual machine you want to put your Rails app in.

Florian Leibert's mission at Mesosphere is to create a smart infrastructure mesh that lets developers no longer have to think about which piece of code should run where.

Hear how he plans to do this on this week's episode.

CTL 18 - What's New with Cloud Foundry (Hint: Docker) with James Watters
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October 20, 2014 02:30 PM PDT
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Cloud Foundry is one of the oldest and most mature open-source PaaS frameworks out there, and a lot has changed since last time you saw it. For example, Diego is a small Go scheduler that can use Docker independently of installing all of Cloud Foundry to get started. Listen to this week's episode to get a better sense of all that has changed since last time you checked out Cloud Foundry with head of product, James Watters.

CTL 17 - Why Pantheon's CTO used Containers instead of Virtual Machines
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October 14, 2014 03:43 PM PDT
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Will it scale? This is the guiding question for Pantheon (https://www.getpantheon.com/) CTO David Strauss, whose all-for-one-and-one-for-all improvements to web infrastructure have made the largest content sites in the world more scalable and secure, while saving developers thousands of hours in manual updates.

Pantheon is a platform service for Drupal and Wordpress. More business websites run on Drupal and WordPress than on any other technology in the world. Businesses need more than hosting to build, launch, and run their websites.

Pantheon is the professional website platform top developers, marketers, and IT pros use to build, launch, and run all their Drupal and WordPress sites. Pantheon powers 70,000+ sites, including Intel, Cisco, Arizona State University, and the United Nations.

CTL 016 - How Docker Changes the Way People Learn Technology with O’Reilly CTO, Andrew Odewahn
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October 08, 2014 01:32 PM PDT
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You probably own at least a few O’Reilly books. You know, the ones with the animals on the cover? O’Reilly Media is well known to put out the highest quality technical books on the market.

Does Docker not only change DevOps, but could it change the way we fundamentally learn technology? What does the future of technical books look like? With the rise of eBooks, videos, interactive online learning, and guided courses, online education is changing rapidly and dramatically.

And what does this mean for a company like O’Reilly who’s known primarily for its paper books? I ask these questions and more this week to Andrew Odewahn, the CTO of O'Reilly Media.

CTL 15 - Docker Filesystem Persistence With Flocker's Founder Luke Marsden
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October 01, 2014 04:18 PM PDT
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How do you do databases with Docker? Or for that matter, how do you do anything that stores persistent data in Docker? Sure you can attach a volume container to your application container, but that doesn’t scale and it makes your container dependent on your host, which is not ideal if you have a multi-server Docker cluster.

CTL 014 - NPS SaaS Promoter.io Founder Chad Keck
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September 19, 2014 02:05 PM PDT
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What is NPS and how do you use it to get critical feedback on whatever you are working on.

CTL 013 - Interview with RedHat's Krishnan Subramanian and Clayton Coleman About Docker in OpenShift
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September 11, 2014 06:37 PM PDT
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RedHat and specifically the OpenShift team was an early adopter of Docker technology. OpenShift Online 3 (the hosted service) and OpenShift Origin (the open-source part of OpenShift) of was recently released.

This week we talked to Krishnan Subramanian (director of OpenShift Strategy @krishnan on twitter) and Clayton Coleman (lead engineer for OpenShift, @smarterclayton on github) about why they believed in Docker so early and what makes RedHat a company philosophically aligned with the Docker project.

Show notes: http://www.centurylinklabs.com/how-does-redhats-openshift-work-with-docker/

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