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A show about getting your best ideas into the world and seeing what happens. We talk about code, ops, infrastructure, and the people that make it happen. Gerhard Lazu and friends explore all things DevOps, infra, and running apps in production. Whether you’re cloud native, Kubernetes curious, a pro SRE, or just operating a VPS… you’ll love coming along for the ride. Ship It honors the makers, the shippers, and the visionaries that see it through. Some people search for ShipIt or ShipItFM and ...
 
Enlightening information on the latest business cloud technology that will elevate your career in IT. Every week, we bring in experienced engineers and experts from various business cloud service providers to discuss tactical tips that IT professionals can use to improve their company's profit... through the cloud. From VoIP to IaaS to WAN, this show will give you the information that you never have time to learn... and that your boss wants to hear.
 
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In Episode 281, Ben and Scott talk through how account switching for M365 web apps works and then some updates around Azure AD and how change management for the service will work moving forward from March 2022. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Announcing account switching for Microsoft 36…
 
Today we talk to Priyanka Sharma (E.D. at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation) about all things KubeCon Europe 2022. We start with Gerhard’s favourite subject - Priyanka’s Happy Hour - and then we switch focus to the conference. For many, this will be the first in-person KubeCon since 2019. As for Gerhard, he is not sure that he remember how airp…
 
In Episode 280, Ben and Scott talk through how you can think about migrating your files from on-premises to Azure Storage or to SharePoint Online. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Microsoft Windows 95 Launch with Bill Gates & Jay Leno (1995) Retro Tech by MKBHD Azure Webinar Series – Migr…
 
Today we talk to Mark Ericksen about all the things that we could be doing on the new platform - this is a follow-up to episode 50. Mark specialises in Elixir, he hosts the Thinking Elixir podcast, and he also helps make Fly.io the best place to run Phoenix apps, such as changelog.com. In the interest of holding our new platform right, we thought t…
 
In Episode 279, Scott listens in as Ben discusses an issue he recently encountered with content type management and content types being pushed from a content type publishing hub. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Publish a content type from a content publishing hub What is a SharePoint hub…
 
This is our 5th Kaizen where we talk about the next improvement to changelog.com: we are now running on fly.io and our PostgreSQL is managed. This is a migration that many were curious about, including Simmy de Klerk, the person that requested this episode. After migrating all our media files to AWS S3 (check episode 40), we thought that this part …
 
In Episode 278, Ben and Scott go through follow-up on the end-user experience for working with Microsoft Teams Shared Channels. To learn about what needs to be done on the admin side, listen to Episode 274 – Microsoft Teams Connect shared channels and B2B direct connect. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership opti…
 
Alex Sims, a Senior Software Engineer at James & James, an eCommerce fulfilment company, reached out to us about the Kaizen story of the third-party logistics (3PL) platform that he has been involved with for several years now. The system delivered 16 millions of orders in 10 years, and 4.5 million in the last year alone. All the numbers are going …
 
In Episode 277, Ben and Scott dive into the GA of “bring your own IP” (or BYOIP) in Azure, a capability that allows you to register your public IP blocks in Azure and associate public IPs that you own with public IP resources such as load balancers and virtual machines. Then they discuss the GA of the new Azure Front Door service. Finally, they clo…
 
In this episode we talk about launching Dagger with all four founders: Andrea, Eric, Sam & Solomon. While you may remember Sam & Solomon from episode 23, this time we assembled all four superheroes in this story and went deeper, covering nearly three years of refinements, the launch, as well as the world-class team & community that is coming togeth…
 
This episode was requested by Tyler Smith who feels that he may not need Kubernetes just yet. Tyler has a few questions about Docker & Docker Swarm, so Andrea Luzzardi, former Docker Swarm Lead, joins us today to answer them. We talk about Docker Swarm beginnings, some of the challenges that it faced, and what Andrea’s recommendation is for Tyler’s…
 
In Episode 276, Ben and Scott start the episode talking about Teams display devices, Teams phones, and complimenting the Teams app on your computer. Then we wrap up the episode by addressing a listener’s question about sharing content in SharePoint with external users while also maintaining certain security and compliance requirements. Like what yo…
 
Nabeel Sulieman, Senior Software Engineer at Vercel, talks about KCert, a simpler alternative to cert-manager that he built. Gerhard tried it out, and he thinks that Nabeel is onto something. If you want to see the video that they recorded, ping us on Twitter or Slack. We love this story, especially the long-term approach of working on something th…
 
In Episode 275, Scott sits down with Karl Rautenstrauch, a Principal Product Manager at Microsoft to discuss the new Azure File Migration program. Karl explains how the program enables access to best of breed migration tooling which can help you easily perform managed migrations of files to Azure Storage, including Blobs, Files, and Azure NetApp Fi…
 
In Episode 274, Ben and Scott dive into some of the considerations for identity and tenant configuration when you are getting started with Microsoft Teams Connect shared channels. Sponsors Intelligink – We focus on the Microsoft Cloud so you can focus on your business Show Notes ‘A dangerous stunt’: Reward offered for information on driver who jump…
 
Pia Wiedermayer, Lead QA at Zühlke, is talking with Gerhard today about software quality. If the name sounds familiar, check out episode 28. Thank you Romano for the introduction 👋🏻 Do you remember the last time that you used an app, whether it was in the browser or on your mobile, and everything just worked? What about that intuitive feel, snappin…
 
In Episode 273, Ben and Scott talk about on-demand capacity reservations for Azure Virtual Machines and how they can be leveraged with Site Recovery services to have guaranteed compute on failover, fast account switching coming to Microsoft 365 services, and the CIS benchmark for Azure Kubernetes Service. Sponsors Intelligink – We focus on the Micr…
 
Today’s conversation with Kelsey Hightower showed Gerhard what he was missing in his quest for automation and Kubernetes. The fundamentals that Kelsey shares will most certainly help you level up your game. This is a follow-up to the last 45 seconds of the Kubernetes documentary. Oh, and we finally cleared where we should run our changelog.com Post…
 
In Episode 272, Ben and Scott discuss changes that are rolling out for the new move experience in SharePoint Online, support for known folder move in the OneDrive client on macOS, cross region VM restore points for Azure VMs, and tracking resource change history through Azure Resource Graph. Sponsors Intelligink – We focus on the Microsoft Cloud so…
 
In this week’s episode Cameron Dutro, a software engineer at GitHub, Ship It listener and someone with an extraordinary attention to detail, joins us to talk about Kuby, a convention-over-configuration approach to deploying Rails apps. The question that we will be trying to answer is what happened to Rails Active Deployment. The path to that promis…
 
This week we have the pleasure of Rich Burroughs, Senior Developer Advocate at Loft Labs and host of the Kube Cuddle podcast. We talk about multitenancy in Kubernetes and how to run Kubernetes in Kubernetes with vcluster. If you are using KiND, you will find this episode interesting, and maybe even helpful. We also talk about the role that Kelsey H…
 
In Episode 271, Ben and Scott take a break from Microsoft 365 and Azure talk about smart home devices, including their favorite uses for different categories of devices such as lights, locks, and even blinds/shades. If you've been thinking about building out your smart home, give it a listen. We're sure you'll learn something new.Sponsors Intelligi…
 
In Episode 270, Ben and Scott talk about a new Microsoft Teams phone from Yealink that Ben is testing and then talk about a recently GA'd capability which impacts how resources associated with a Virtual Machine are treated on deletion of the VM.Sponsors Intelligink - We focus on the Microsoft Cloud so you can focus on your businessShow Notes Ethern…
 
In today’s episode, Gerhard is talking to Mauricio Salatino (@salaboy) about the Continuous Delivery for Kubernetes book that he is currently writing. Mauricio is a Staff Engineer at VMware where he spends most of his time contributing to Knative, an open source platform for running serverless workloads on Kubernetes. Gerhard & Mauricio spent a few…
 
In Episode 269, Ben and Scott talk about the just released CalDigit TS4 Thunderbolt 4 dock and then get into some news and updates around Azure AD, including the public preview of certificate based authentication and proof of concept for impersonating device identities of Windows clients.Sponsors Intelligink - We focus on the Microsoft Cloud so you…
 
We finally did it! All our static files are served from AWS S3. This is the most significant improvement to our app’s architecture in years, and now we have unlocked the next level: multi-cloud. We talk about that at length, and how it fits in our 2022 setup. The TL;DR is that changelog.com will fly, both literally and figuratively. We also address…
 
This week we are talking to Robin Morero, the person behind fabled.se, a DevOps consultancy from Gothenburg, Sweden. Their motto is “move faster and prosper”, which Gerhard prefers to the initial “move fast and break things”. Fabled works with startups primarily, and after 26 years, Robin has a few interesting insights to share. What do you think, …
 
In Episode 268, Ben takes Scott through his experience getting started with Terraform and executing complex deployments in Azure.Sponsors Intelligink - We focus on the Microsoft Cloud so you can focus on your businessShow Notes Use CART captions in a Microsoft Teams meeting (human generated captions) Terraform by HashiCorp Azure Provider Terraform …
 
Gunnar Holwerda (Engineering Manager) and Tom Pansino (DevOps Team Lead) share with us a few stories about how the teams at opensesame.com manage AWS operational complexity. The first link in the episode show notes are the slides that Tom & Gunnar prepared for this conversation. Check them out as you hear us speak about the Inverse Conway Manoeuvre…
 
In Episode 267, Ben and Scott talk about some of the updates that have come to Data loss prevention (DLP) in Microsoft 365 and how you can leverage DLP to protect your sensitive data across the M365 stack and even external cloud apps like Box, Dropbox, and Salesforce.Sponsors Intelligink - We focus on the Microsoft Cloud so you can focus on your bu…
 
Vincent Ambo –the person behind nixery.dev, tvl.fyi, and a former Google engineer– shares his take on monorepos, Nix, and fully declarative systems without any Flux, Argo or Kubernetes. While the tooling is impressive, it’s the principles behind it that captivated Gerhard’s imagination. Vincent has a rather interesting take on the monorepository id…
 
In Episode 266, Ben and Scott spend most of the time talking about Azure Reserved Instances. What they are, when you might want to use them, and some of the services you can purchase them for. They also cover some potential things to watch out for when considering if you should purchase a reserved instance for one or more of your Azure Services.Spo…
 
Gerhard loves simple ideas executed well, which is why he is excited to be speaking today with Ildar Iskhakov & Matvey Kukuy about their startup Amixr, a.k.a. Grafana OnCall. Ildar & Matvey started with a simple idea and a simple stack - Django, Celery, RabbitMQ & MySQL - all running on Kubernetes. Because they kept their main thing their main thin…
 
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