Techstrong.tv Podcast

Techstrong.tv features industry thought leaders, experts and practitioners in DevOps, cloud-native, cybersecurity and digital transformation sharing news and commentary, analyst research, in-studio and on-site interviews, topical video series and industry and Techstrong conferences from around the world. Techstrong.TV features both editorial and sponsored content.

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Episodes

2 days ago

LeanIX CEO André Christ explains the critical role enterprise architects and DevOps engineers need to play to reduce cloud computing costs.

2 days ago

Matt Richards, chief marketing officer for Aqua Security, explains how eBPF in the Linux kernel will advance the state of cloud-native cybersecurity.

2 days ago

Mike interviews Dev Nag, CEO of CtrlStack to discuss their emergence from stealth and how they are going beyond Observability data to more effectively discover the root cause of application issues.

2 days ago

Software developer productivity is near or at the top of most engineering managers' priority lists, partly due to current and future economic uncertainty and partly due to difficulties in hiring developer talent. Chronosphere's Co-Founder and CEO, Martin Mao, shares how observability can bring new insights into cloud-native applications, observability-driven development and resiliency through break-testing and more.

2 days ago

Asanka Abeysinghe, chief technology evangelist at WSO2, joins Alan Shimel at KubeCon to discuss the company’s three areas of expertise: API management, integration and identity/access management.

2 days ago

DeepFactor CEO Kiran Kamity joins Alan Shimel at KubeCon to discuss the company’s goal of incorporating security into software development life cycles.

2 days ago

Roy is coming back on TechStrong to talk about the historical misalignment of IT and operations teams responsible for physical devices in the enterprise.

2 days ago

The Modern IT Outage: Costs, Causes and Cures," found that the average cost of an IT Outage is $12,913 per minute. Produced in conjunction with Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), the report found a correlation between IT outage costs and the size of an organization, as businesses with more than 20,000 employees lose an average of $25,402 per minute due to outages, translating to more than $1.5 million per hour. Larger companies should consider things such as potential revenue at risk, number of people who could be impacted, and the possibility of associated fees, penalties or litigation.

4 days ago

Shanni Prutchi, a security consultant with Bishop Fox, explains why organizations need to embrace cybersecurity by design.

4 days ago

CyberGRX CISO Dave Stapleton discusses the level of stress cybersecurity teams are under and what should be done to alleviate it as cyberattacks increase in volume and sophistication.

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