September 18th, 2017 | 1 hr 3 mins
In part two of our cloud-native enterprise architect talk, we discuss the more technical functions of the EA.
September 13th, 2017 | 35 mins 7 secs
On the DevOps question: sure they do, but there are many variations depending on the company.
August 10th, 2017 | 50 mins 2 secs
“A lot of enterprise are trying to figure out how to do microservices…but what they’re actually trying to figure out how to do is small, empowered teams that can independently release.”
August 3rd, 2017 | 41 mins 37 secs
We discuss what the deal is with Canadian whiskey and then talk about why we like The Economist.
July 21st, 2017 | 52 mins 50 secs
Let’s finally get to the punchline on this “cloud-native enterprise architect” quest. Here, Matt Curry, Andrew Clay Shafer, and I discuss the things that would motivate such a role and try to chart out what functions the cloud-native EA would serve. This still doesn’t answer the question perfectly, but it does point towards good why’s and even some how’s. We do alright at trying to pull it all together.
July 20th, 2017 | 48 mins 14 secs
What’s the “business” side of enterprise architecture? And how does EA’ing start mapping to DevOps, cloud-native, and all the new stuff? In part one of this discussion, I talk with Matt Walburn about how EA’s fit into The Business.
June 30th, 2017 | 22 mins 55 secs
What's up with Irish and Italian names, and why is the Irish brand so much bigger than the Scottish brand? Also, it seems like there's a lot to learn from 2,000 years of Europeans fighting.
June 8th, 2017 | 57 mins 8 secs
Without a build pipeline, you might as well pack it up and go home.
June 2nd, 2017
7 mins 19 secs
cloudnative, microservices, oscon, spring, spring cloud, zuul
All these cloud-native apps don’t magically figure out how to talk with each other themselves. They need to usual help with finding each other (registries) and then mediating and managing their ongoing “chatter” with one-another (API gateways). While killing time at the Pivotal booth at OSCON, I talked with Spencer Gibb who works on these things and more in Spring.
June 1st, 2017
14 mins 15 secs
austin, community, open source, oscon
As organizations get deeper into improving how they do IT, they’re interested in replicating the collaborative benefits of open source communities. Jono Bacon has worked in this space for many, many years and shares some of his experiences here with Barton and I, while we were all at OSCON. Jono also goes over some of the important parts of community management.