Podcasts about Chaos Engineering, Open Source, and Microservices
I’ve recorded several podcasts over the years, and just had a new one published on the AWS Podcast with Simon Elisha. We mostly discussed chaos engineering, but also covered the recent work we are doing in open source. – AWS Podcast #238
A few years ago (before I joined AWS), I recorded a talk about chaos monkeys with Todd Conklin on his Pre-Accident Podcast. Todd is an industrial safety guru. He talks about the “new view of safety,” which aligns well with many of the ideas we are adopting in the moves to cloud and DevOps. I find his podcast very useful for learning about safety topics in a broader context, and have also been reading his recent book Workplace Fatalities – Failure to Predict, and thinking about how this relates to rare but catastrophic failures in IT.
In 2016, I recorded a podcast on microservices with Sonal Chokshi and the team from VC firm Andreessen Horowitz (A16z). It was an interesting discussion with Martin Casado and Frank Chen, which gets mentioned from time to time in subsequent episodes. – A16z Podcast
I’m planning to record a few more podcasts in the coming months; I hope you find them interesting.