Welcome to The New Stack Context podcast. Today we’re talking with Joe Duffy, co-founder and CEO of Pulumi, who spoke with us about what’s fueling his company’s growth and why they’ll be at DockerCon next week. Also joining us today are Alex Williams, founder and publisher of The New Stack, and Joab Jackson, TNS managing editor. I’m Libby Clark, editorial director at The New Stack.
Pulumi is a sponsor of The New Stack, based in Seattle — not too far from TNS headquarters in Portland! — and we’re happy to have Joe on the show today in advance of DockerCon in San Francisco next week. Building on the idea of infrastructure as code, Pulumi is focused on enabling developers and DevOps teams to use popular programming languages and tools to deploy to any public or private infrastructure — and across infrastructures. Co-founders Duffy and Eric Rudder come from Microsoft and Chief Technology Officer Luke Hoban from Amazon.
Then in the second half, we’ll discuss the top podcast and stories for the week and discuss what we’re looking to cover at DockerCon next week. We’ll be on site, recording interviews for a new episode of our newly relaunched @Scale podcast and talking to companies on the show floor about the latest in container management tooling and application architecture.
- Madrona Invests in Pulumi to Unlock Cloud Native Engineering
- Building a Future of Cloud Engineering (Pulumi site)
- Pulumi Kubespy: Watch Kubernetes Deployments as They Happen
Pulumi is a sponsor of The New Stack
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