Our podcasts provide analysis and explanations about application development and management at scale. We offer roundtable discussion with technologists, analysts and journalists. We interview the practitioners to narrate the ongoing story about the new stack and how it is evolving. We explore how developer and ops pros are developing and managing elastic and dynamic services and systems. And we invite developers to offer demonstrations of their services and software.
Technologist building and managing new stack architectures join us for short conversations at conferences out on the tech conference circuit. These are the people defining how applications are developed and managed at scale.
Recognized analysts, journalists and technologists join TNS founder Alex Williams to discuss the trends shaping application development and management at scale. Sometimes we get together at events to chat over a short stack of pancakes.
The idea of scale has changed so much in the past few years. Each month we explore what scale really means for developers and operations managers working with complex services and systems in an increasingly distributed world.
A quick listen, the podcast is a snapshot of companies in The New Stack ecosystem: what they offer, their use cases and market forces.
Scott M. Fulton III brings insight and sharp reportage from the front lines of IT scalability, focusing on the complex issues around creating continuous application delivery workflows and microservices architectures to fit ever-changing business requirements.