This week on The New Stack Context podcast we’re talking with Emily Freeman, the new CloudOps advocate for Microsoft about PagerDuty Summit in San Francisco this week. Also joining us today is TNS founder and editor-in-chief Alex Williams and TNS managing editor Joab Jackson.
Forbes just declared the incident response company PagerDuty to be “the new cloud unicorn” after the company announced an additional $90 million in funding. This new round gives PagerDuty a billion-dollar-plus valuation and puts it on par with other cloud tools like Slack and GitHub. So, we saw that this was creating quite a bit of energy at PagerDuty Summit in San Francisco this week.
On Monday, Microsoft released Azure DevOps suite of CI/CD tools, which was built on Visual Studio Team Services. We’ve been debating the term “cloud native DevOps” here at TNS lately, and in this podcast, we discuss the meaning of “cloud native DevOps.”
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Feature image: PagerDuty CEO Jennifer Tejada and Box CEO Aaron Levine talk on stage at PagerDuty Summit about those early days of what it took to start Box, the importance of great teams and the future of work.