“…and we thank you oh sweet, sweet lord of hosts for the smörgåsbord you have so aptly laid at our table this day, and each day, by day, day by day, by day…” ― Greg Focker

Amen! The buffet of tech topics is set before us as 2020 is off to a roaring start. Our intrepid hosts balance the demands of delivering services, refreshing our internal IVOXY lab infrastructure and helping the team get ready for our upcoming Kubernetes classes. 

This week our curious listeners get a chance to overhear the staging discussion and learn more about how the lab will be rebuilt with Infrastructure-as-Code, the trials and tribulations of bootstrapping a development environment, and how our engineers have to shift their mental gears to get into scripting and coding when plain old system administration is their true comfort zone.

Cozzo and Yette also share their thoughts on:

  • Methodologies like source control and the tools needed to bootstrap the new lab environment, including Ansible, git, Ubuntu WSL (and good ole Cygwin/X). 
  • Simplicity as a driving factor for the container-ized deployment of applications in smaller shops.
  • Disaggregated HCI and the vendors who let you bring your own compute infrastructure to their “private cloud” solution.

Whether you glean a better understanding of technology or just appreciate the antics of our M.C. Extraordinaires and would like to support us with a high five; please be sure to rate our podcast wherever great podcasts are distributed.  Thanks for the continued topic suggestions and growing subscriptions and as always, tell your friends about Data Center Therapy, keep calm, and listen on!

About Data Center Therapy

IT talk with a healthy dose of empathy: Hosts Matt Yette & Matt Cozzolino draw on their combined 40+ years of infrastructure experience as they discuss the ever-changing technology landscape – from virtualization to storage, security to networking, and everything in between.

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