At State Farm delivery engineering is about enabling every product team to deploy changes to platforms in a simple, compliant, and repeatable manner - a very succinct explanation of the term "GitOps". Tune in to hear more about State Farm's adoption journey of GitOps.
In this episode Cornelia Davis and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Gene Kim discuss the ways of working with DevOps as portrayed in Gene’s groundbreaking books The Phoenix Project and The Unicorn Project. As organizations think about digital transformation, they focus on the act of development. Elevating developer productivity is the end goal as teams optimizing infrastructure and operations.
SE Podcast host Robert Blumen spoke with Alexis Richardson about the origins of GitOps and the separation of the front end process for landing commits and the back end for applying them. Further they explore the concept of convergent infrastructure and applying infrastructure as code to deployments. Tune in to hear how Weaveworks uses GitOps as a disaster recovery tool and helps clients in complex regulatory environments simplifying their cloud native operations.
In this episode of the Art of Modern Ops, Cornelia Davis sat down with industry analyst James Governor of Redmonk to discuss the state of DevOps, cloud native and what really drives developers to choose the tools they use.
In this latest episode Vuk Gojnic of Deutsche Telekom and Cornelia Davis of Weaveworks discuss Das Schiff - a Kubernetes as a service platform for vendors and application developers.
In this age of faster, and leaner software delivery, managing teams and more importantly managing tasks and workflows, both within teams and across teams, is more relevant than ever. Cornelia Davis, CTO Weaveworks and Dominica DeGrandis, director of Digital Transformation at Tasktop offers some practical advice on evaluating IT workflows in the enterprise and how to manage technical debt and other invisible work.
In this latest episode of the “Art of Modern Ops” Camille Fournier, Managing Director at Two Sigma and Cornelia Davis, CTO at Weaveworks discuss what it takes to build an internal platform within your organization.
Z is a modern system providing in many ways the very first cloud. The system itself builds in scalability, reliability and the security needed by large enterprises who must deal with high transaction throughput with guaranteed reliability. Learn how it adapted DevOps and cloud native best practices.
It seems like every day there is a new OSS project that promises to solve all the things. In this episode, Cornelia Davis, CTO at Weaveworks and Kelsey Hightower, Developer Advocate at Google cut through the hype with the essential patterns needed to run Kubernetes in production.
BlackRock is one of the largest investment companies in the world. With a 30-year history and an impressive performance, the company does not shy away from the latest trends in cloud native infrastructure.
In this thought-provoking conversation Cornelia Davis of Weaveworks and Matt Asay of AWS explore the history of the open source movement, and examine the motivating factors that have driven consumers to increasingly insist on open source.
It’s been said that the process of building software is as much about people as it is about writing the code. Listen in as Chris Short and Cornelia Davis discuss organizational culture and cloud native.
Today is the official launch of The Art Of Modern Ops, a podcast series hosted by Cornelia Davis, Weaveworks CTO. We are honoured that our very first episode features Liz Rice, VP Open Source Engineering at Aqua Security and Chair of the CNCF’s Technical Oversight Committee.