August 29th, 2016 | 31 mins 9 secs
cloud platforms, cloud-native, developers, devops, dynamic programming languages, new relic, programming, red hat, static programming languages
In this episode of The New Stack at Scale, we explore the ways in which today’s developers must think when working in the cloud, the differences in static and dynamic programming languages, and how Go has found its niche in today’s container-based infrastructures.
June 23rd, 2016 | 40 mins 20 secs
apm, application monitoring, developers, devops, mobile platforms, new relic, parse
In this episode of The New Stack at Scale is all about application monitoring. The New Stack Founder Alex Williams sat down with Charity Majors, one of the original developers of the Parse mobile platform, a technology that was acquired by Facebook. They are joined by Tori Wieldt, a developer advocated for New Relic and with Fredric Paul, Editor-in-Chief at New Relic.
May 23rd, 2016 | 45 mins 24 secs
application development, cloud, cloud-based architecture, new relic, openstack, scalability, scale, software development, web development
In this episode of The New Stack at Scale, The New Stack Founder Alex Williams sat down with Fredric Paul, Editor-in-Chief at New Relic, Lee Atchison, Principal Cloud Architect at New Relic and Kyle MacDonald, one of the original board members of OpenStack, who also served as Senior Vice President of Cloud at Canonical, to discuss the past, present, and future of cloud-based architecture.
April 29th, 2016 | 30 mins 40 secs
hoteltonight, new relic, rails, ruby on rails, scalability, scale, scaling, sponsored, startups, technology startups
HotelTonight is a five year old company that began like a lot of technology startups. It was originally built on Rails and quickly built into a monolithic application. But it didn’t take very long before the company was releasing new features and sitting them on top of its stack, supporting it all and the business as it grew organically. through that all, the business was scaling and the platform itself needed to keep pace.
February 23rd, 2016 | 36 mins 44 secs
api, apis, google, kelsey hightower, new relic, silos, system management
Platform management is the focus of this sixth episode of The New Stack @ Scale, our monthly podcast, sponsored by New Relic, that examines the various issues accompanying dynamic services and systems.
The New Stack’s Alex Williams, along with Fredric Paul, New Relic’s Editor-in-Chief, discussed DevOps and silos and APIs, and introducing containers into systems that are already complex, with Kelsey Hightower, Staff Developer Advocate, Google Cloud Platform.
December 13th, 2015 | 44 mins 17 secs
container security, containers, developers, dynamic services, dynamic systems, new relic, scalability, scaled-out architectures, scaling, security
In this fourth episode of The New Stack @ Scale podcast, our monthly program sponsored by New Relic that explores the variety of issues that accompany dynamic services and systems, The New Stack founder Alex Williams and co-host Fredric Paul, New Relic’s Editor-in-Chief, were joined by two guests to discuss container security in the new frontier of scaled-out architectures.
November 22nd, 2015 | 33 mins 36 secs
containerization, containers, docker, dynamic services, dynamic systems, kubernetes, monitoring, new relic
We proudly present the third episode of The New Stack @ Scale podcast, our monthly program sponsored by New Relic that explores the issues that come with dynamic services and systems. In this edition, recorded during New Relic’s FutureStack15 User Conference, The New Stack founder Alex Williams was joined by co-anchor Fredric Paul, New Relic’s Editor-in-Chief. They were joined by three guests to discuss the issues around scale and monitoring, with a focus on Docker and containers.
October 14th, 2015 | 39 mins 7 secs
complexity, complexity management, infrastructure, management, managing complexity, monitoring, new relic, scalability, scale, transparency
The New Stack @ Scale explores cloud-native architectures, boldly discusses complexity in distributed, scaled-out environments, and ventures deep into monitoring, analytics and open source, all beckoning toward a future of transparency between platforms and the infrastructure itself.