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A weekly Internet Audio Talk Show for IT Professionals
SQL Q and A from SQLIntersection Fall 2018
Jan 15 • 34 min
Once more into the questions and answers! A twice-yearly event, SQLIntersection always closes with a great question and answer session with all of the SQLIntersection attendees asking questions of an amazing line up of SQL Server experts including Kim…
Exchange 2019 with Gareth Gudger
Jan 8 • 32 min
What’s happening with Exchange 2019? Richard chats with Gareth Gudger about the announcements around Exchange 2019 back at Ignite, and what has happened since. A number of interesting performance improvements including the MetaCache Database and Dynamic…
Multilingual PAL with Clint Huffman
Jan 1 • 31 min
PAL is back, and speaking more languages! Richard chats with former PFE Clint Huffman about his latest work on Performance Analysis of Logs or PAL. For more than ten years, Clint has been supporting the open source project that helps you understand what’s…
2018 Recap with Jeffrey Snover
Dec 25, 2018 • 41 min
Time for a holiday season show and a look back at the year! Richard chats with Microsoft Technical Fellow Jeffrey Snover about the very good year that Microsoft has had in most aspects. Jeff talks about how Azure came of age in 2018 and is leading the…
Windows Customer Experiences with Chris Jackson
Dec 18, 2018 • 37 min
How do you engineer a customer experience? Richard chats with Chris Jackson about the role of the Windows Customer Experience Engineers - the folks at Microsoft who talk to people using Windows all over the world and advocate inside Microsoft to make…
SQL Server 2019 with Brent Ozar
Dec 11, 2018 • 39 min
What’s new in SQL Server 2019? Richard chats with Brent Ozar about his take on the latest version of SQL Server. Is there any more to do? Apparently yes! Some features are a bit more questionable, like Java support in SQL Server. But others make a ton of…
Traditional and Modern Device Management with Jeremy Moskowitz
Dec 4, 2018 • 32 min
Device Management is evolving - are you? Richard chats with Jeremy Moskowitz about how device management is changing. From the good old days where Active Directory could do everything to the today where there is a huge diversity of devices, even versions…
Azure Sphere with Galen Hunt
Nov 27, 2018 • 31 min
How do you make the Internet of Things (IoT) secure and reliable? Richard chats with Microsoft Distinguished Engineer Galen Hunt about Azure Sphere, a comprehensive approach to IoT that provides security and the hardware, operating system and cloud…
Cloud Ops Advocates with Rick Claus
Nov 20, 2018 • 28 min
Who advocates for operations folks in the cloud? While at Ignite in Orlando, Richard sat down with Rick Claus to talk about what it means to be an advocate, and how operations folks think about the cloud. A lot of cloud concepts, like containers, are…
Always On VPN with Richard Hicks
Nov 13, 2018 • 33 min
What’s happening with VPNs in the Microsoft world? While at Ignite in Orlando, Richard sat down with Richard Hicks to talk about the on-going evolution of VPN access in Windows. There’s been a number of products along the way, Richard talks about…
State of DevOps in 2018 with Nicole Forsgren
Nov 6, 2018 • 35 min
The DevOps movement continues to grow - let’s see the results! Richard chats with DORA chief scientist Dr. Nicole Forsgren about the State of DevOps in 2018 Report. And it’s great news! Nicole digs into the rigorous reporting methodology used to develop…
When IoT and SCADA Meet with Niall Merrigan
Oct 31, 2018 • 40 min
The Internet of Things and Industrial SCADA controls are colliding - what happens next? Richard chats with Niall Merrigan about the security issues around industrial plants - factories, power stations, refineries and so on. There has been automation there…
Building Microsoft Graph with Jeremy Thake
Oct 24, 2018 • 35 min
What can Graph do for you? Richard chats with Jeremy Thake about his return to Microsoft, joining the engineering team at Microsoft Graph. Jeremy is focused on the developer experience, which leads to a detailed discussion of what Graph is all about and…
CloudOps vs DevOps with Dana Epp
Oct 17, 2018 • 33 min
And the battle is on - CloudOps vs DevOps! Richard debates with Dana Epp about what modern operations looks like. Dana points out that all too often, DevOps is purely a developer-driven initiative for automated continuous delivery pipelines - but there’s…
The IT Community with Michael Bender
Oct 10, 2018 • 32 min
What’s an IT Community and why should you be a part of it? Richard chats with Michael Bender about being a part of a larger IT community. Michael talks about how often IT folks are so head-down in the day-to-day crises of operations that they don’t have…
The Modern Data Analytics Stack with Trey Johnson
Oct 3, 2018 • 32 min
What does a data analytics solution look like today? Richard chats with Trey Johnson of Zap about how data warehousing and OLAP have evolved into the modern data analytics solution. The cloud is the biggest shift for data analytics, changing what it means…
Meltdown and Spectre Recap with Susan Bradley and Wayne Small
Sep 26, 2018 • 45 min
Spectre and Meltdown are still out there - are you protected? Richard chats with Susan Bradley and Wayne Small about Spectre and Meltdown, a set of vulnerabilities found in Intel, AMD, ARM and other CPUs. Since the public announcements in early January,…
Cloud and Deployment with Johan Arwidmark
Sep 19, 2018 • 29 min
What’s new in Configuration Manager world? Richard chats with Johan Arwidmark about the latest for Configuration Manager - but starts out with a discussion around Windows Update. Of course, anyone immersed in configuration cares about the problems with…
Whitelisting Applications in Windows with Sami Laiho
Sep 12, 2018 • 34 min
Control what gets onto your PCs! Richard chats with Sami Laiho about the latest thinking around application whitelisting. For years we’ve worked from the blacklist model of allowing anything onto PCs and running anti-malware software to remove the bad…
Show 600!
Sep 5, 2018 • 39 min
Hey, it’s episode 600! Let’s celebrate! While down in Redmond at the residence of Kim Tripp and Paul Randal, Richard turned on the recorder and this bit of silliness emerged. Technical content? Not so much. Cursing? Yeah, a bit of that. But it’s been 600…