Open at Intel

Open at Intel

The Open at Intel podcast is about all things open source, from software to security to artificial intelligence to Linux and beyond. Each episode brings you fresh perspectives with sophisticated, leading-edge, free-ranging conversations from some of the best minds in the open source community.

Episodes

July 17, 2024 25 mins

In this episode, Devin Stein, founder of Dosu, shares his journey from being an active open source user and maintainer to solving maintainer burnout with Dosu, a GitHub app designed to automate and streamline open source project management. He discusses key pain points faced by maintainers, the innovative use of LLMs to enhance task automation, and his partnership with the CNCF to support various projects. Stein refle...

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Sarah Christoff discusses her experiences and challenges as an open source maintainer with a focus on her work with the Porter and Zarf projects. Sarah shares insights into the frustrations and isolation often felt by maintainers, and emphasizes the importance of community and human connections in navigating these roles. We chatted about of Porter and its function in simplifying complex DevOps tool integrations. Additionally, Sarah...

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Matt Ray, the community manager for the CNCF sandbox project OpenCost, discusses their cloud and Kubernetes cost monitoring technology. He covers the capabilities of OpenCost in tracking cloud expenses and its new feature for monitoring carbon costs. Matt elaborates on the project's origin, its open source community, and the collaborative effort with other companies like Grafana and Microsoft. The conversation covers the community'...
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Andres Aguiar joins us to discuss OpenFGA, an open source project for managing fine-grained authorization. Andres covers the challenges in implementing authorization and the importance of using precise access controls to enhance security. He outlines the project's journey, use cases, and how it can be integrated into different software environments. The conversation highlights the community's contributions, the roadmap for OpenFGA,...

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We spoke with Edoardo Dusi from Sparkfabrik about Edoardo's career path from a backend software engineer specializing in Drupal to his current role in Developer Relations (DevRel). He shared his experiences and the importance of community involvement when working with open source software. He highlighted the supportive nature of open source communities and provided advice for newcomers. We also covered the work of the...

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June 5, 2024 30 mins
Divya Mohan of SUSE discusses her role in in the open source community, highlighting the significance of documentation in software development, drawing from her experiences in the Kubernetes SIG Documentation group and her previous roles. The discussion spans topics like the impact of poorly documented code, the challenges of maintaining comprehensive documentation in open source projects, and advice for fledgling project maintain...
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May 30, 2024 29 mins

In this episode, we dive into Codium, an AI-powered coding platform designed to assist developers throughout the software development lifecycle, especially in testing, code review, and documentation. Dedy Kredo, one of Codium's co-founders, explains the unique features and benefits of the platform, comparing it to other tools like GitHub Copilot. The discussion also touches on Codium's adaptability for test-driven development and i...

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We had a fun chat with Abdel Sghiouar of Google about his work in the Kubernetes world, being a cloud native road warrior, and his thoughts on where the ecosystem goes from here. Abdel shares his transition from a data center role at Google to consulting and finally into developer relations, emphasizing the importance of in-person interactions and learning from community engagements. He reflects on Kubernetes' evolution, its applic...

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Niki Manoledaki and Stephanie Hingtgen from Grafana discuss their open source community roles and contributions toward environmental sustainability. Niki serves as a co-chair of the Green Reviews Working Group within the CNCF Environmental Sustainability Technical Advisory Group, focusing on promoting energy and carbon efficiency. Stephanie works on both the open source Grafana project and Grafana Cloud, emphasizing the value of co...

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May 8, 2024 25 mins

We spoke with Jimmy Zelinskie, Co-founder of AuthZed, about his significant history in the cloud native ecosystem and open source community. We learn about his start writing BitTorrent software in college and his eventual startups including AuthZed, which develops SpiceDB. SpiceDB, inspired by Google's internal Zanzibar system, aims to democratize complex authorization solutions for various applications. The discussion also covers ...

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We explore the importance of good user experience (UX) in open source software with Máirín "Mo" Duffy from Red Hat. Sharing her journey from an OG Linux contributor to her studies in Human-Computer Interaction, Moe highlights how her academic and professional path has been shaped by the intent to make open source software more accessible and user-friendly. She shares the unique challenges of integrating U...

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April 24, 2024 28 mins

Stephen Augustus, Head of Open Source at Cisco, and Liz Rice, Chief Open Source Officer at Isovalent, discuss Cisco's acquisition of Isovalent, which has closed since recording, bringing together two teams with long-standing expertise in open source cloud native technologies, observability, and security. The two share their excitement about working together, emphasizing the alignment of Isovalent with Cisco's security division and ...

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We talked to Roman Yegorov, Director of Solution Engineering at Granulate, now a part of Intel. Roman discusses Granulate's role in Intel's strategy to monetize software through acquisitions aimed at enhancing its software portfolio with a focus on AI/ML and performance optimization. He highlights Granulate's expertise in improving application performance across platforms and their open source profiler, gProfiler, which aids develo...

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Dawn Foster, Director of Data Science for the CHAOSS Project, joins us to discuss the pressing issue of open source project health and sustainability.  Dawn offers a look into the CHAOSS Project, aimed at improving open source project health through analytics and metrics. She emphasizes the importance of community participation, the challenges of maintaining project health, especially in the face of single organization dominance, a...

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In our conversation at KubeCon in Paris, Jonah Kowall of Aiven discusses his extensive background in observability, his role at Aiven overseeing product management, and his active involvement in open source projects such as Jaeger, OpenSearch, and OpenTelemetry. We also touch on software licensing and Redis's shift to proprietary software. We explore the challenges of maintaining project sustainability, attracting new...

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March 27, 2024 22 mins

Loris Degioanni, CTO and founder of Sysdig, shares his open source story, from his work on Wireshark to pioneering cloud native security platforms with Sysdig and Falco. Sysdig is a universal system visibility tool with native support for containers, while Falco, now under the CNCF, provides real-time anomaly detection in containers and Kubernetes. We discuss the evolution of network security with the advent of containers and Kuber...

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March 20, 2024 17 mins

Cassandra Chin, a college student and instructor at CNCF Kids Day, shares her experience teaching children about programming and hardware using Raspberry Pis. The workshop, themed around 'Phippy', a giraffe mascot, aims to introduce over a hundred kids to basic programming concepts and practical hardware applications. Cassandra explains the structure of her workshop, which involved a game designed to teach children coding and hardw...

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Marlow Weston discusses her role at Intel, focusing on Kubernetes resource management and optimization, and her role as the environmental sustainability technical advisory group chair within the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Marlow highlights the importance of considering power usage in data centers and the shift toward green energy sources. We cover her journey into open source, the power of collaboration within the CN...

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Amber Graner shares her experiences in the open source community, beginning with her early days in open source, her experiences with Linux New Media, and her eventual role at Canonical. She emphasizes the importance of community, documentation, and the non-code contributions that are essential for project success. 

00:00 Introductions 00:44 The Evolution of Women in Open Source 05:14 Beyond Coding in Open Source 12:49 The Ongoing J...

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We spoke with Vigith Maurice, a principal engineer at Intuit and the co-creator of Numaproj, during the booth crawl at KubeCon. Vigith introduces Numaproj, a streaming platform designed for real-time analytics, machine learning inference, and ease of use across various developer disciplines. Recently released as version 1.0, Numaproj aims to make streaming accessible to all, requiring no new learning for those familiar with Kuberne...

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