About the Podcast

I had the pleasure to once again be a guest on the .NET Rocks! podcast last month. This year marked my 11th time on the show!

Carl, Richard, and I talked about how the cloud has changed data analytics. We discussed the latest data work at AIS and bringing a developer’s view to the approach. The cloud has changed bringing disparate data sources together for analytics. With the cloud’s compute-on-demand, you don’t need to do many transformations of data as it’s loaded, but you can test it! This conversation dives into how CI/CD techniques can be applied to data to make for accurate data analytics and intelligent ingestion pipelines. Check out the full episode to learn more.

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About the Podcast

During KubeCon 2018, I had the pleasure to once again be a guest on the .NET Rocks! podcast. I talked to Carl and Richard about what it means to be cloud-native, the on-going evolution, and what that all means for 2019. We talked in depth about how the cloud-native approach impacts how we build applications on the cloud. We also talked about how the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is fostering an ecosystem of projects like Kubernetes, Envoy and Prometheus. Finally, we talked about cloud-native computing in the context of Microsoft Azure.

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If you’re curious about what it means to be cloud-native, you may also enjoy our previous blog post, What Are Cloud-Native Technologies & How Are They Different From Traditional PaaS Offerings. In this post, we discussed the key benefits of cloud-native architecture, compared it to a traditional PaaS offering, and laid out a few use cases.