Join Mitch Ashley, Principal of Techstrong Research, and Mike Rothman, General Manager of Techstrong Research, as they sit down once a week to dive into the latest on cloud, DevOps, security AI, data, and infrastructure.
In this week's TS Research Review, Mitch and Mike talk about making the mental jump to allowing developers to make changes in operational and security functions and what scanning and guardrails are important to maintain the environment's integrity. It's the only way to scale, but that doesn't make it easy.
Mike and Mitch cover their perspectives on the recent RSA Conference, including what's hot, what's not, and where AI fits into the security landscape. The general consensus is that RSAC is back, which is a good thing for the security industry.
In this week's TSR Review, Mitch and Mike jump in the time machine back to a day when networking was the critical skill in infrastructure. But is the network still relevant in a cloud-native environment? The short answer is... of course networking is still important, but with caveats related to software-defined networking, accessing critical data that remains on-prem and making sure there is still networking know-how available to t...
This week Mike and Mitch revisit the TSR Cloud-Native trends released at Predict 2023 and highlight some recent announcements about the maturation of cloud-native management and security capabilities. After taking a victory lap, they dig into why these kinds of enterprise offerings are critical to maintain the pace of adoption of cloud-native tech.
Mitch and Mike circle back to AI in this week's Techstrong Research Review. Some parties want to pull back on AI (notably Elon Musk), and good luck to them on that. Pandora is out of the box, so we talk about how AI is impacting day to day jobs and the work Microsoft is doing to integrate AI into all of their major product lines. Exciting times ahead and Techstrong will be out front researching and covering it.
In this week's Techstrong Research Review, Mitch and Mike dig into all things data, as we ramp up our new DataOps Connect conference in August. There are plenty of issues with enterprise data, including visibility, enforcing applicable security controls, and governance/compliance challenges. They also feel for the Data Czar's within enterprise companies that have to provide order to the data chaos.
In this week's Techstrong Research Review, Mike and Mitch talk a bit about sustainability, given it's a new focus of Techstrong. They discuss the economic link between code and DevOps efficiency and sustainability and some of the far-reaching ramifications of this line of thinking.
Mitch and Mike dig into the edge in this week's Techstrong Research Review, looking at it from the perspective of technology platforms (K0s and K3s), networking, application support, and organizational evolution to support edge use cases. It'll be a key area of focus for TSR this year, so it's neither the first nor the last time we'll tackle the edge.
Mike tells some stories from his trip to Asia, and then he and Mitch discuss the evolution of networking in a cloud-native world. They dig into how networking professionals need to evolve and change their views on building networks.
Mitch and Mike go through their thoughts on software security, which was the subject of their DevOps Asia Summit talk, which was postponed to July. They also introduce a new segment called, “What’s your beef?” Mitch goes off on T-mobile for their (lack of) API security posture.
In this week’s Techstrong Research Review, Mitch and Mike examine the impact of generative-AI (or lack thereof) on DevOps and security. They also wonder what happened to 5G, which seems to have gotten lost in the trough of disillusionment.
After a successful Predict 2023 conference, Mitch and Mike cover their key takeaways and highlight how the Techstrong community drives Techstrong Research. They also dig into some of the key debates around software security, cloud-native and digital transformation. And the celebratory beer that Mike enjoyed after wrapping up the show.
Mike and Mitch kick off 2023 with some prognostications about what 2023 has in store for us. They also go through the high level themes for DevOps, cloud-native, security, and digital transformation, previewing the trends release at Predict 2023 on Jan. 12.
In their last show of 2022, Mike and Mitch do a year-end retrospective, highlighting the major trends and discussing what’s in store for 2023. They even worked in a Star Wars reference, as 2022 had a definite “Empire Strikes Back” feel. Happy holidays and the crew will be back in 2023.
Mike and Mitch cover their week at AWS re:Invent and discuss AWS’ new services addressing developer and security needs. They also delve into some predictions as the team gears up for the upcoming Predict 2023 on Jan 12.
Mitch and Mike discuss what they are thankful about as we enter the home stretch of 2022 and start looking forward to 2023.
Mike and Mitch discuss the implosion of FTX as a means to reinforce the importance of trust. They discuss where trust fits into the DevOps process (code signing) and also how zero trust is really about ensuring trust more frequently.
Mike and Mitch discuss the recent Dropbox breach and what Mitch saw at the recent KubeCon show. They hit on some trends for the upcoming Predict 2023 conference, and also announced that the Research team will be at AWS re:Invent in late November.
Mike and Mitch do a KubeCon preview this week talking about the maturity of the open source movement and what to look for at the conference. The research team also plugs Predict 23 and discusses a recent post that Mitch wrote about the transformation of observability.
Mitch, Mike and Mike’s bionic knee talk about consolidation in the security and identity space. Smart private equity investors, like Thoma Bravo and Vista Equity, are doing big deals and taking security brands off the public market. What does this mean for customers and the industry? The TS Research team also highlights a recent post that Mitch wrote explaining micro-services and how it’s an evolution beyond SOA. They...
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