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148: Our Friend Adrian
Nov 21 • 15 min
This week Dave talks with Adrian Keward about Ansible use in public sector and lessons learned from public sector customers around the globe Welcome Adrian Keward! British Army Talks DevOps at AnsibleFest London 2017 Ansible helps the US Army with…
147: Dadbag
Oct 31 • 40 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Game Boys in your medical devices, unicode in your domain names, cryptocurrency miners in your browser, and commercial software in your national security systems Just sayin’: 13 'brain belts' where the world's…
146: The Mutability of History
Aug 31 • 39 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about repurposing voices, videos, keystrokes, and pacemaker programming Same Waze, Bigger Screen: Waze for Android Auto is Here D&G This Week in Biometrics: Japanese researchers spin up toilet paper gyroscopes for science HT…
145: Mark Giveth, Mark Taketh Away
Aug 22 • 39 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with Mark Thacker about RHEL 7.4 security and storage, and how to kill a feature Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 bolsters security functionality and performance, Linux container features and automation capabilities for complex…
144: Mark Thacker: Product Management Zelig
Aug 15 • 12 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with Mark Thacker about technical product management and getting things done in open source and proprietary organizations Gopher Sun Microsystems Quantum Corporation Help Wanted: We’re hiring Senior Product Manager, Storage…
143: Ostensibly Helpful, But Actually Dangerous
Aug 1 • 40 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about things that are ostensibly helpful, but actually dangerous: robotic tutors, voice modulators, autocomplete, and the hellscape of Android VPN apps Creeper sauce is back! Gunnar can’t wait for the delivery of his Tom…
142: Spring Cleaning
Jul 25 • 36 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: power with stomach fluids (and blood), networks with light, and communication networks without people AirPods The World of Yesterday by Stephan Zweig (The Grand Budapest Hotel) Gut juice could power the next…
141: Download This Podcast Or We Shoot This CloudPet
Apr 25 • 22 min
Two million recordings of families imperiled by cloud-connected toys' crappy MongoDB CloudPets' woes worsen: Webpages can turn kids' stuffed toys into creepy audio bugs Exploit code has been open sourced here Speaking of remote control… Watch: The first…
140: Hansel and Gretel
Apr 18 • 23 min
Container lab w/Dan Walsh and Bob Kozdemba: A practical introduction to container security Container infrastructure trends: Optimizing for production workloads Container standards Open Container Initiative OCI Image Format Specification Containers image…
139: Travel and Leisure
Mar 7 • 14 min
Here goes Old Man Egts again on fingerprints… China to Start Fingerprinting Foreign Visitors Taxi Drones Preparing To Take Off In Dubai Why Japanese people are wrapping themselves up in cloth Airmule Pays You to Let TSA-Certified Shippers Use Your Luggage…
138: Listen To Your Furby
Feb 28 • 19 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about self destructive behavior and playing with dolls. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. MalDuino: Crowdfunded BadUSB USB Killer now lets you fry most Lightning and USB-C devices for $55 Related: USB killer compilation Related:…
137: The Invisible Hand
Feb 14 • 24 min
Or you could just use noseprints Heartbeat Could Be Used as Password to Access Electronic Health Records Bruce Schneier says: My guess is that there isn’t nearly enough entropy in the reproducible biometric, but I might be surprised. The article’s…
136: Fingerprints on Pay Phones
Jan 24 • 41 min
Steelers to release 360 game day experience Runkeeper TextExpander These Tiny Jelly Robots Can Precisely Deliver Medicine in the Body. Japan researchers warn of fingerprint theft from ‘peace’ sign New Fingerprinting Techniques Identify Users Across…
135: Way Too Much Cowbell
Jan 17 • 24 min
For HPC, Red Hat Offers Much More than just Linux Red Hat Summit sciences reception ← contact Dan for invite! OpenHPC CCIX OpenStack Scientific Working Group For Singularity see D&G #130 with Jamie Duncan! Red Hat IaaS Suite for Science and Research…
134: Drone Sweaters
Jan 10 • 58 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about holding your TV for ransom, unwitting cryptocurrency miners, writing email with military precision. 2017 FIRST Robotics Competition STEAMWORKS Game Animation 1Password HealthKit Hacker’s Company Handing Out Code That…
133: Walking on a Cloud
Jan 3 • 19 min
Use Red Hat solutions on Azure Introducing Red Hat Cloud Access for Microsoft Azure Government Congrats! Microsoft is the organization with the most open source contributors on GitHub for 2016! Red Hat Cloud Access for Red Hat Certified Cloud Providers…
132: #132: The Elusive Dinocorn
Dec 27, 2016 • 27 min
Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) Related: All proceeds from the sale of The Open Organization will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation Dragon Con Lost Wonder Workshop Dash Scratch and Scratch Jr. FIRST Kindle Fire Coby’s recommended…
131: #131: Send In the Clowns
Dec 20, 2016 • 35 min
You Can Now Use LastPass On Multiple Devices for Free D&G Joke Kit of the Week: Introducing Cold Medicine That Comes in K-Cup Form Freaky Expanding Pill Stays in Your Gut for Days to Deliver Drugs Motorola gets more Lenovo-y: Microsoft apps will be…
130: #130: Bless Your Heart
Dec 13, 2016 • 30 min
OpenShift Ansible Tower CloudForms Red Hat OpenStack Platform SC16 2016 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix Singularity Dmac! Slurm Jeremy Eder on D&G! Shadowbox We Give Thanks Jamie Duncan for being our special guest star! Special Guest: Jamie Duncan.
129: #129: Mohana the Shark
Nov 1, 2016 • 50 min
Agencies Try a Tool That Digs Up What Google Doesn’t The Enterprisers Project on machine learning biases Beware of biases in machine learning: One CTO explains why it happens To reduce biases in machine learning start with openly discussing the problem…
128: #128: State-Sponsored Cleaning Lady
Oct 25, 2016 • 30 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: DDoS attack on DynDNS, DDoS Coin, and a USB killstick. Gunnar recommends following @MachinePix and @TheJoinery_jp on Twitter Your Nexus phone will soon automatically connect to open Wi-Fi networks Stealing login…
#127: CRI-O, Skopeo, and Fork-o with Dan Walsh
Oct 18, 2016 • 25 min
This week Dave talks with Dan Walsh about CRI-O (née OCID) and forking. “No, I said *skopeo*.” Running production applications in containers: Introducing OCID by Dan Walsh and Mrunal Patel CRI-O Project Open Container Initiative Cloud Native Computing…
126: #126: Defense In Depth 2016
Sep 27, 2016 • 15 min
This week Dave and Josh Bressers pregame Red Hat Defense in Depth 2016! October 6: Red Hat Defense in Depth Josh’s secure supply chain talk USBGuard Josh’s Red Hat security roadmap talk w/public sector spin Steve Grubb on application whitelisting with…
125: #125: Third Time’s the Charm
Sep 20, 2016 • 34 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: DEFCON, United Airlines security case study, and a chaser of meeting hygiene. Moomin Små Grodorna OpenWRT FTW RHV 4! Sub-$400, open source, Raspberry Pi-powered screening device for retinal diseases ‘Faceless…
124: #124: Carolina, Containerized
Sep 13, 2016 • 40 min
This week Dave catches up with Patrick Casey, Stephen Braswell, and Boris Kurktchiev of the Carolina CloudApps team on they help UNC faculty, students, and administrators get apps up and running faster with OpenShift! Carolina CloudApps 450 apps on 4…
#123: It’s Just Lunch
Sep 6, 2016 • 47 min
This week is an encore presentation of the Red Hat Summit 2016 Government Luncheon where Dave talks with Chris Hample of Booz Allen Hamilton, Amitava Shee of University of Michigan, and Jeff Blank of the National Security Agency about the power of…
122: #122: You’d Better Recognize
Aug 15, 2016 • 51 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about recognition: facial recognition, keystroke recognition, Dothraki recognition. UMD Cyber Defense Training Camp RescueTime. Sorry. NIST declares the age of SMS-based 2-factor authentication over Radio Hack Steals…
#121: Open Sourcing with Open_Sourcing
Aug 2, 2016 • 32 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with Maha Shaikh about open source, the nature of community, and life as an open source academic. Maha says: In a nutshell my work is, firstly, around making sense of how companies choose communities, what criteria they use…
119: #119: Who’s your dadada?
Jul 26, 2016 • 41 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: authentication, password management, and robot lawyers. Major Hayden has a new SELinux t-shirt! HT @PetrosinoKyle: Cyborg locusts could play an important role in national security Human remote control (not cockroaches…
#120: One Tough Hippo
Jul 19, 2016 • 24 min
This week Dave talks with Paul Laurence, co-founder of Crunchy Data about Crunchy Certified PostgreSQL, its Common Criteria certification, why it works great on OpenShift, and integration with SELinux! PostgreSQL Crunchy Data Crunchy Delivers First…
118: #118: Red Hat Insights Insights
Jul 12, 2016 • 27 min
This week Dave talks with Andrew Hecox about Red Hat Insights and why you should really, really check it out! NetApp AutoSupport Red Hat Access Recommendations Access Labs Red Hat Insights Check the intro video! Check out the latest features in…
117: #117: Summit Preview with Dan Walsh
Jun 21, 2016 • 22 min
This week Dave gets a Red Hat Summit preview from Dan Walsh on containers, containers with systemd, and systemd with containers. Red Hat Summit 2016! Dan’s sessions Government and Academic Luncheon and Government Breakout Dan at DevConf: Docker versus…
#116: The Vulnerability Hunter
Jun 13, 2016 • 37 min
This week Dave talks with Kurt Seifried about CVE, DWF, and why Red Hat not only thinks about stuff like this, but does something about it. CVE Red Hat’s CVE database Red Hat’s OVAL information Red Hat’s IAVM mapper OpenSCAP and SCAP integration with…
115: #115: Automate Your Curmudgeonry
Jun 7, 2016 • 52 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about kill switches, killer robots, killer apps, and killing products. David Grohl Alley: Mission Accomplished! Bruce Willis is not moving to Dave’s neighborhood Pycon 2018-2019 in Cleveland? SleepBot Sign up for Gunnar’s…
114: #114: Rolling a D8
May 31, 2016 • 29 min
This week, Gunnar talks with Adam Weingarten of Acquia and Nneka Hector of DSFederal about working with Drupal in government and the upcoming DrupalGovCon. whitehouse.gov: the OG. Drupal 8 is now object-oriented and opinionated. Dries Buytaert is the…
113: #113: Badge of Open Source Honor
May 10, 2016 • 28 min
This week, Gunnar talks with Dr. David A. Wheeler and Emily Ratliff about the Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative and their new Badge program. Dr. David A Wheeler Emily Ratliff OpenSSL “Heartbleed“ The Tragedy of the Commons Linux…
112: #112: Blockchain for the Rest of Us
Apr 26, 2016 • 16 min
This week Dave talks with Jeremy Eder about blockchain, Hyperledger, OpenShift Blockchain, and more! I spent all my profits on new fans. Blockchain Hyperledger Ethereum Used for ‘First’ Paid Energy Trade Using Blockchain Tech OpenShift Blockchain…
111: #111: The Accelerator
Apr 19, 2016 • 16 min
This week Dave talks with Jeremy Eder quickly about performance engineering! The Tuned daemon and preinstalled performance profiles What is “Tune-D”? The RHEL 7 Performance Tuning Guide Low Latency Performance Tuning for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Beyond…
110: #110: I’ll Be At The Bar
Apr 5, 2016 • 69 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: IoT hacks, cyborg insects, and Dave’s local crime report. “Let’s just put crime tape around it until we figure it out.” Fighting Unicorns win Excellence in Engineering Award at the Buckeye Regional Strong appearance…
#109: I Blame Open Source
Mar 23, 2016 • 32 min
This week, Gunnar talk to Josh Bressers, Security Strategist for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, about how product security teams work, the difference between engineering and product management, and how he became the change he wanted to see in the world. Start…
108: #108: A Commitment to Your Privacy
Feb 26, 2016 • 53 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: iPhones, politics, politics with iPhones; glibc, containers, containers with glibc; Azure, Red Hat, Azure with Red Hat. Freeblade rules everything around Gunnar The new Remember The Milk is here! Speaking of bad…
106: #106: You Can’t Patch Stupid
Jan 26, 2016 • 51 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Internet of Things! How ubiquitous network-connected sensors make our lives easier and our privacy forfeit. Unbuttoned History Fugitive who sent cops selfie to replace mugshot is arrested Forbes Asks Readers To…
105: #105: DIY Dystopia
Jan 12, 2016 • 47 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: DIY LPRs, Crowdsourced Panopticon, and Universal Key Escrow is a thing we’re talking about now. Proud Daddy: Lauren declared runner up in the National Center for Women in Technology 2016 National Award Competition It…
104: #104: Tamper Evident
Dec 8, 2015 • 52 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: credit card vulnerabilities, Dell vulnerabilities, and whether programmers are engineers. “We Care” Lauren, now in book form: See page 18 of The Official Raspberry Pi Projects Book Speaking of Raspberry Pi… Turn your…
#103: Please Engage with Our Brand
Nov 24, 2015 • 40 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about partnerships: D&G + Nextgov, Red Hat + Microsoft, Marriott + Starwood, New Haven police + your stuff. Lauren strikes again: Young computer scientist shares her open source story Todoist now has the “repeat after…
#102: CIA ♥ Boris Pasternak
Nov 18, 2015 • 36 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with Mohana Ravindranath about CIA, 18F, and other TLAs. Welcome Mohana Ravindranath! CIA Social Media Team: We Use Twitter to ‘Explain Our Mission’ The Informers 18F Takes on ‘Micropurchasing’ Experiment Dave and Gunnar…
#101: Ansible: Good Technology, Great Coffee
Oct 27, 2015 • 36 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with Justin Nemmers about Red Hat’s newest acquisition, Ansible! Ansible, the company Ansible, the project Fun fact: Ansible was named after the fictional instantaneous hyperspace communication system featured in Orson Scott…
#100: A President and CEO We Like
Oct 5, 2015 • 35 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with Red Hat President and CEO Jim Whitehurst about his new book The Open Organization! This week Dave and Gunnar talk with Red Hat President and CEO Jim Whitehurst about his new book The Open Organization! The Open…
99: #99: Tufte Stamp
Oct 3, 2015 • 50 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Apple App Store Infection, Hacking Car Dealerships to Hack Their Cars, almost-Running Man in the UK, and the robot fuel challenge. Hundreds of Legitimate iOS Apps Infected by Malware, Removed From App Store Now over…
98: #98: Not that NSA
Oct 1, 2015 • 22 min
This week Dave talks with Jeff Blank of the NSA at the Red Hat Summit about the past, present, and future of SCAP, the SCAP Security Guide, and Common Criteria! Dave wants everyone to read The Open Organization NSA Information Assurance Directorate (IAD)…
97: #97: Less than Lethal Manbun
Sep 29, 2015 • 34 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: smartphone messes, flying messes, policy messes, Uber messes. Image courtesy Capitol Hill Seattle. Apple Is Taunting Publishers With Ad-Blocking and Apple News Apple’s ‘Move to iOS’ app is now available on Android…
96: #96: DevOpsSec Panel at Defense In Depth
Sep 10, 2015 • 38 min
This week Dave talks with Josh Bressers, Trevor Quinn, Bob St. Clair, and Dan Walsh about DevOpsSec! 2015 Defense in Depth @RedHatGov blog coverage: Defense in Depth pregame: Defense in Depth Event Will Bring Red Hat Summit’s Security Focus to the Beltway…
95: #95: Run By Horses
Sep 1, 2015 • 56 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: San Jose’s license-plate opportunity, AT&T’s wifi opportunity, UK government’s Oracle opportunity, and DISA’s email opportunity. 512 Megabytes? Gunnar’s font and dotfile guidance License plate reader led police to man…
94: #94: Subject Matter Experts
Aug 17, 2015 • 45 min
This week Dave talks with Uzoma Nwosu and Robin Price about expert Subject Matter Experting and expert child raising with technology. Robin wants everyone to read The Open Organization and go to Defense in Depth Uzoma wants everyone to enjoy Satellite 6.1…
93: #93: Air Gap
Aug 11, 2015 • 47 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: airlines, air gaps, gaps in Tor security, securing hitchhiking robots in Philly, and filling your calendar with productive meetings. PSA: All Major U.S. Airlines Offer Free Cancellations Within 24 Hours, Except One…
92: #92: Moose Hunter
Aug 4, 2015 • 33 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk with Paul Smith about our CEO’s new book, The Open Organization, in front of a live studio audience! Paul, sweaty from moose hunting. Things have changed since episode 5! See also: Brian Mikkelsen on episode #76 The Open…
91: #91: The Truck Factor
Jul 28, 2015 • 61 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Kommisars in the board room, Akron Police Department’s compulsory feeling of safety, more warm fuzzies from OPM, and more Yahoo! news than you ever thought possible. Lauren strikes again: US Air Force lab: robots,…
90: #90: Cesspool of Unix
Jul 11, 2015 • 48 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with Dan Walsh about containers, coloring books, and bedtime stories. Translate me: The Container Coloring Book by Dan Walsh and Máirín Duffy Red Hat Summit video: Container security: Do containers actually contain? Should…
89: #89: Home Alone
Jun 23, 2015 • 53 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: OMB, Uber, Slack, GitHub, OpenStack, Docker, the slow-motion password Armageddon, and our favorite OpenShift customers. D&G This Week in Meeting Hygiene: Steve Jobs vs. Lucasfilm CFO Bonus link: Steve Jobs Knew How to…
88: #88: The Usual.
Jun 9, 2015 • 48 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Robots, security, hating on Uber. The usual. Gunnar is all excited about Mad Max: Fury Road Robotic Cockroaches Are Perfect Tiny Aircraft Carriers for Robotic Birds Origami Robot Folds Itself Up, Does Cool Stuff,…
87: #87: Always Cat6, Never Cat5
May 27, 2015 • 49 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: airlines meeting security researchers, Firefox meeting advertisers, FitBit meeting dogs, Roomba meeting Orwell. So I was in a local trolleybus earlier today, fiddling with the in-bus entertainment system.…
86: #86: Drone Tortoise
May 19, 2015 • 43 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: optimizing experiences! Drones, dressing rooms, airplane seats, ads, and software licensing. D&G This Week in Drone Hysteria: How a Drone Could Spoof Wi-Fi, Steal Your Data DRONE TRUCKERS!!! The World’s First…
85: #85: In Control
May 7, 2015 • 44 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Controlling the mind, the body, and your drones. Also: RHEL 6.7 beta, JBoss EAP 6.4, and controlling the enterprise with DevOpsDays Austin. RoboLoCo reunited: Robot stolen in Tennessee turns up, but it’s found just…
84: #84: The Kill Chain
Apr 21, 2015 • 43 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: automated swarms, automated chefs, and automated kill chains. Gunnar declares Clash of Clans and DomiNations horrible disappointments You’d think they’d be air gapped: Hackers Could Commandeer New Planes Through…
83: #83: Like Feral Hogs
Apr 14, 2015 • 62 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: airgaps, airline smell-o-vision, reproducible builds, and meeting tips revisited. https://dgshow.org/files/2015/04/CAF5ordXEAE0oZ0.mp4 Lauren and the Fighting Unicorns on WKYC News! Robo Loco BOLO! How Duolingo makes…
82: #82: Kittens and Robots
Mar 25, 2015 • 35 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk with Lauren Egts about killer kittens and adorable robots. FIRST Lauren’s team: Team 2399 The Fighting Unicorns This year’s game: Recycle Rush This weekend: Buckeye Regional Live stream This April: FRC World Championship!…
81: #81: Key Exchange with Robot Vomit
Mar 17, 2015 • 55 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about First round of Thunderdome, product design success and failure, RHEL 7.1, urban dashboards, and the Cumulative Threat. Gunnar is horrified by Google’s audio history on him. Are you? Dave sticks his keyboard in…
80: #80: Security Thunderdome
Feb 24, 2015 • 34 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar open the Security Thunderdome, and talk about red-teaming large bureaucracies. Gunnar is planning a visit to Akron While in Akron, stop by Cleveland’s Randall Park Mall D&G Security Doghouse Fantasy League ← VOTE HERE Verizon…
79: #79: 10 Feet from Felony
Feb 17, 2015 • 21 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with Nirmal Mehta about Arduino, explosions, and prohibited airspace avoidance tips. Ignore the beeping. Arduino NOVA HAB: Arduino + hydrogen + explosives in the outer atmosphere! eGIS We Give Thanks Nirmal Mehta for joining…
78: #78: Project Jellyfish
Feb 10, 2015 • 49 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with Nirmal Mehta about Jellyfish, Project Jellyfish, and how to get a company to open source a project. NIST Cloud Broker Definition Project Jellyfish Booz Allen Open Sources Jellyfish Cloud Broker for ManageIQ Community…
77: #77: Chilling Effects
Feb 3, 2015 • 68 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about surveillance on Main Street and China, reader mail about cutting costs in the DOD, and three new additions to the Security Doghouse. Candid photo of Sparky. Ohio is cold in the winter: Akron and Cuyahoga Falls close…
76: #76: Tallest Guys in the Room
Jan 27, 2015 • 60 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about the history of Red Hat with Brian Mikkelsen, head of DOD sales, elder statesman, and tall guy. JonAS was our first foray into J2EE application servers, but nobody remembers that. Beer and a culture of sharing. Brian’s…
75: #75: Panopticon on the Shelf
Jan 6, 2015 • 63 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about the new mail bag, joke kit, two-factor auth, and unmanagement. Lauren unleashes her software and hardware hacking skills: Best of open hardware in 2014 Raspberry Pi B+ and camera module SimCity: It’s as bad as…
74: #74: NEST 9000
Dec 30, 2014 • 63 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about your singular uniqueness on the web, miniaturizing almost everything, and Dell IT using OpenShift. One of these things is not like the other: Fodor’s Go List 2015 “A foreign language has been creeping into many of the…
73: #73: Devil Giraffe
Dec 23, 2014 • 34 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about forks, k-cups, and a Very Special Solutions Architect. Gunnar’s favorite tips on zoning policy in SimCity HT Robin Price: Keurig 2.0 Genuine K-Cup Spoofing Vulnerability Future of Popular Coding Tool in Doubt After It…
72: #72: Everything’s broken.
Dec 16, 2014 • 51 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about social media, which is broken. Also, BitCoin’s broken. And passwords are broken. Forge.mil is broken. Maker culture is broken. You get the idea. Dave finds out CatSip is a thing, and wasn’t what he purchased One more…
71: #71: Everyone gets a lollipop.
Dec 9, 2014 • 43 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Lollipop, and a little Inbox. But mostly Lollipop. Android Official Blog: A sweet Lollipop, with a kevlar wrapping: New security features in Android 5.0. Android Clipboards: it’s complicated Gunnar explains how…
70: #70: A TAM We Like
Dec 2, 2014 • 40 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk to Dave Sirrine, Technical Account Manager and delightful human being. Welcome Dave! Mmmm… Cookies FTW and Because BACON! What is a TAM? We’re hiring by the way Check out the Customer Portal’s Red Hat Access Labs like the…
69: #69: Supercookies
Nov 26, 2014 • 57 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about mobile phone surveillance that you pay for, peer-to-peer dropbox replacements, and the many faces of lock-in. Peaky Blinders is like a watered-down Deadwood and will suffice for now AT&T Stops Using ‘Super Cookies’ To…
68: #68: Not my circus, not my monkey.
Nov 18, 2014 • 35 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: computers that think, computers that think they’re thinking, and people that think computers are people. Gunnar is a Trello addict The Mother of all Web Tracking Catalogs. I think we’re done now. Housewarming gift…
67: #67: “Your encryption is useless, Charlie Brown”
Nov 11, 2014 • 56 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about encrypting everything, why encryption doesn’t matter, and why we are all Charlie Brown now. Lucy, in the role of a cloud server provider. Or telco. Or regulator. Every videogame memory from Gunnar’s childhood,…
66: #66: Old School
Nov 4, 2014 • 22 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about old-school network security, old-school email addresses, and an old-school partner with a new-school cloud broker. Gunnar is delighted by Google Inbox, Pocket Casts, and Klipsch headphones. Not so much by the Bose.…
65: #65: Blue Glove Treatment
Oct 21, 2014 • 56 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about encrypting everything, airplane simulation, retaliation as a service, and keeping score with Red Hat’s security team. https://dgshow.org! FBI director to citizens: Let us spy on you D&G Quote of the Week: “You can’t…
64: #64: A Pig We’ll Miss
Oct 7, 2014 • 63 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about FBI Whining (aka “Clipper II”), Malvertising, Richard Branson’s alarming new PTO policy. Lauren: “R.I.P. to Ginners, the inspiration for this game. She had a long life and we loved her a lot, and got a lot of love in…
63: #63: Presidential Style
Sep 23, 2014 • 55 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about more about civet cat scat, the TI-84 racket, my mobile backend, and Red Hat Cloud for Government. Soren would like to apologize for screaming bloody murder for the duration of this episode. Gunnar’s presentation au…
62: #62: Gone With the Wind
Sep 16, 2014 • 43 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about man-in-the-middle attacks, and that’s pretty much it. TORNADO! Chromebook update: OpenVPN now works out of the box on Chrome OS 37.0.2062.119 (Platform version: 5978.80.0/5978.81.0) or higher Google Hangouts gets a…
61: #61: Monkey Business
Sep 9, 2014 • 46 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: monkey selfies, elephant-based coffee, and yak shaving with OpenStack. Dave is all all Skyped up on RHEL 7 Provides 32 bit qtwebkit which isn’t in EPEL HTTPS mandates: “With great power comes a tiny amount of…
60: #60: Faraday Pajamas
Aug 26, 2014 • 51 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about vampire plants, spider oaks, and ultrasonic potatoes. No radiation gets in, only creepy vibes get out. Lauren’s latest project now published: Raspberry Pi powered juggling performance Gunnar loves pajamas, especially…
59: #59: Alphabet Soup
Aug 22, 2014 • 51 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: GSA USDS 18F OMB OSS LOL BBQ & RHEL SSG, RHEL VPAT, KVM, EAP GA, IBM+BRMS. Dave gets all Chromebooked up How to Turn a Raspberry Pi into a Google Cloud Print Server Gunnar gets all RØDE Podcastered up Calling Dr.…
58: #58: You Will Know Dave’s Vacation By the Trail of Destruction
Aug 12, 2014 • 38 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Barthelona, Gaudi, Toledo, Detroit, the Stasi, and why cloud providers can’t have nice things. Barcelona and Detroit trip report Barcelona Uber is there but illegal Nova Icària is the Egts family’s preferred Barcelona…
57: #57: 10¢ Beer Night
Jul 22, 2014 • 40 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Dave’s Russian agents, VMware’s nightmarish Docker future, everyone learns what “navigator” is in Greek. Cпасибо? Dave’s article is mentioned in Russian D&G bait: Will Docker and VMware Compete? Betteridge’s law of…
56: #56: Surveillance and PSYOPs
Jul 15, 2014 • 53 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Government Surveillance, Corporate Surveillance over land, sea and air, Personal Surveillance, and a vague but pervasive sense that you’re being monitored at this very moment. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Matthew…
54: #54: Dockah Dockah Dockah
Jul 8, 2014 • 43 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about containers, Project Atomic, Containers, RHEL 7, Containers, RHEV 3.4, and DockerDockah. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. United joins Delta with point per dollar spent, not miles flown. Animals. Text STOP to 48369 to quit…
55: #55: Mike Guerette loves developers.
Jun 25, 2014 • 19 min
This week, Dave and Mike pay the rent by talking about Red Hat’s developer tools. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Red Hat Developer Blog has technical articles on Red Hat Software Collections and Red Hat Developer Toolset and their related technologies, plus…
52: #52: Sixteen Tons
Jun 4, 2014 • 30 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Apple’s lock-in empire, autonomous vehicles, and improvisational theater as a way of life. Southwest adds non-stop flights from Canton-Akron to DCA Soylent Youngstown: This Ohio cricket farm is first in US to raise…
51: #51: A Visit with the Doctor
May 20, 2014 • 59 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with special guest star and elder statesman of open source in security and government, Dr. David A. Wheeler about Heartbleed, security reviews, and why security vulnerabilities are like human organs. David’s How to Prevent…
50: #50: Trenton on Notice
May 13, 2014 • 42 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: procurement disasters past, present, and future, cloud arbitrage, Bannana Slugs and storage, and the Large Hadron Collider, homesteading on the cloud. TRANSPORTER was the storage device we couldn’t think of in…
Red Hat Summit 2014: Docker and Cloud Brokers with Nirmal Mehta
Apr 29, 2014 • 30 min
Dave and Gunnar talk with one of their favorite partners: Nirmal Mehta of Booz Allen Hamilton, Red Hat Innovation Award winner in 2013. It’s a nerdfest. And a Dockerfest. Highlights Hey Nirmal: His name is Solomon Hykes. Atomic Project the container…
Red Hat Summit 2014: OpenShift with Dan Juengst
Apr 28, 2014 • 16 min
Dave got a chance to talk with OpenShift Marketing guru and D&G superfan Dan Juengst. Highlights PaaS: stuffed crust innovation. The sausage you need, the pepperoni on-demand. Dell announced their support for OpenShift OpenShift Online Marketplace: we…
RH Summit 2014: DOD Cloud with Ted Brunell
Apr 27, 2014 • 12 min
Ted’s Red Hat’s Cloud Architect for DOD. He enjoys roast beef, Docker, and OpenStack. Highlights Ted’s Twitter handle is amazing. Innovation of the People, By the People, For the People Certified Cloud Provider Program Shawn Wells and the SCAP Security…
RH Summit 2014: James Kirkland, King of Things
Apr 26, 2014 • 52 min
Dave chats with James Kirkland, Red Hat’s undisputed Internet of Things expert, with a cameo from Jan Mark Holzer. Canadians pronounce RHEL wrong. The Chatsworth train collision got Positive Train Control started. They’re using AMQP. Injury, death!…
RH Summit 2014: Jan Mark Holzer, Panda Breeder
Apr 25, 2014 • 19 min
Dave and Gunnar talk with Jan Mark Holzer, who’s a “consulting engineer” in the same way Sherlock Holmes is a “consulting detective.” He’s a legend at Red Hat, and we were really lucky to get some time with him. He gets around. 2.5 months in the air last…
Red Hat Summit 2014: CODEvolved with Matt Micene
Apr 24, 2014 • 11 min
Dave and Gunnar catch up with Hellekson’s Law consigliere Matt Micene of DLT. They have a project called CODEvolved, which lets you stand up your own OpenShift in Amazon EC2. Highlights They even figured out how to do a hybrid model: on-premise and on…
Red Hat Summit 2014: Linux Kernel Internals with Linda Wang
Apr 23, 2014 • 29 min
Dave talked with Linda Wang, Senior Software Engineering Manager with Red Hat. Her team handles memory management, scheduling, kdump, and all that gnarly low-level stuff. Learn how kpatch was created because of a missed conference call, and get some tips…
47: #47: Out-of-Order Execution
Apr 10, 2014 • 66 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about home storage, open source 5th columnists at MSFT, the Amazon unicorn factory, Gunnar’s new job, new workflow, and Georgios Papanikolaou, a monthly visitor of guinea pigs. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Image courtesty of…
49: #49: A Word from Our Sponsor
Apr 1, 2014 • 48 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk with Shawn Wells about the origins of the SCAP Security Guide, community building with the government and integrators, and future plans for the OpenStack Security Guide. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Breaking News: SCAP…
48: #48: Tiny Circuits, Big Factory
Mar 21, 2014 • 21 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with special guest correspondent Lauren Egts about her interview with Ken Burns of TinyCircuits for Open Source Hardware Week! Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Lauren’s Opensource.com article interviewing Ken Burns of…
46: #46: Prisencolinensinainciusol
Mar 12, 2014 • 61 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: talk about: backups, media players, Amazon GovCloud, new JBoss releases, Gilligan’s Island. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Star Trek Continues E02 “Lolani” puts Dave in a state of euphoria The Twilight dude puts Gunnar…
45: #45: DevNation
Mar 10, 2014 • 33 min
This week Ray Ploski and Langdon White prep Dave and Gunnar for DevNation! Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Check out www.devnation.org and follow @DevNationConf and #DevNation Developer Toolset and Red Hat Software collections DevAssistant AeroGear LiveOak…
44: #44: Glad to be here
Mar 4, 2014 • 72 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about affordances, partnerships, and a bunch of reasons Red Hat is a great place to work. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Sophisticated multi-touch interfaces in vehicles have consequences. Gunnar gets angry about DRM all over…
43: #43: Amquft
Feb 18, 2014 • 58 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: robotics, public and not-so-public goods, and redesigning airlines. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Adam Clater: please explain. Dave is glad he’s moving to US Airways: United Airlines drops Cleveland as hub airport HT…
42: #42: Topic Roulette
Feb 5, 2014 • 69 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: cleaning out the attic, transparency in companies, new RHEV release, and Packing for Mars by Mary Roach. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. That’s Dave on the right. Lauren’s new article: Like Arduino? Miniaturize your…
41: #41: Storage Manager Managers
Jan 28, 2014 • 49 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk to Ric Wheeler and Tom Coughlan, high priests of storage at Red Hat. It’s a total nerd-out, from shingled drives to data megatrends. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Early disc farming. All kinds of exciting storage features to…
39: #39: A Scratch Programmer We Like
Jan 13, 2014 • 37 min
This week Dave and Gunnar celebrate Youth in Open Source Week, and talk with Dave’s favorite open source developer: his daughter, Lauren. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Youth in Open Source Week at Opensource.com Lauren is a fan of Darik’s Boot And Nuke…
38: #38: Penchant for Hyperbole
Jan 7, 2014 • 74 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: watching your email, hearing your GnuPG key, the smell of fresh-baked OpenStack, a taste of ARM on Fedora, a touch of Skynet. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. This episode’s title is dedicated to Peter Larsen. We heard…
36: #36: “Totally on Board”
Dec 10, 2013 • 64 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Audio hacking, Nexus 5 hacking, currency hacking, OpenShift Enterprise 2.0 hacking, lake monsters, and a new segment: the Security Dog House. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Red Hat Canada Thanksgiving greetings remind…
35: #35: Say My Name
Nov 27, 2013 • 65 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: US Government bitcoins, skeumorphic bitcoins, TSA coin-flips, twitter drops a dime on the US government, OSS payload this Federal IT award season, our $.02 on RHEL 6.5 and Fedora 20. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes.…
34: #34: Velociraptor
Nov 19, 2013 • 50 min
This week on Dave and Gunnar: Oracle plays with science, Amazon plays with the US Postal Service, and everyone plays with tracking you like a criminal. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. FLIGHTMARE! Inflight cell calling debuts, dealing heavy blow to quality of…
33: #33: Beard Phone
Nov 12, 2013 • 51 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about badBIOS and unreliable narrators, 85% of Android is crap, warrant canaries, and special guest star Adam Clater talking about OpenShift and ownCloud Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. badBIOS disputed Analysis is wrong…
32: #32: Dude.
Nov 6, 2013 • 53 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about alien invasion, BIOS invasion, privacy invasion, and invasion of common sense at FAA. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. He’s a macaroni. History of Rome is amazing. Check out Revolutions! Gunnar bait of the other week,…
31: #31: Pizza Hat
Oct 29, 2013 • 36 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: turning people into products, patches into pounds and pence, protecting poultry, priorities, primary patchers on projects, and PDFs into poison. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. How do you say “infringement” in Farsi?…
30: #30: Sequestration and Subscriptions
Oct 22, 2013 • 61 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Vulcan death grips, death from above, and the death of the open source business model. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. A Hill Staffer checks his phone as Capitol Hill police take aim on the grounds of the Capitol.…
29: #29: Travel Pudding
Oct 2, 2013 • 82 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Pudding ‘n Airplanes, Penguins ‘n Space, Parkinson’s ‘n Chickens, Printing ‘n 3D, and IMAP. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Lauren can’t stop watching Bohemian Gravity Lots of Twitter folks getting compromised. Do you…
28: #28: Abandonment Issues
Sep 24, 2013 • 81 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Batman, Acxiom as your personal data custodian, the TSA Pre-✓ Class War, and the HACK REACTOR. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Dave visits an abandoned amusement park in Chippewa Lake, OH which was featured in a 10 min…
27: #27: Manchurian Candidate
Sep 10, 2013 • 69 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: spying, conspiracy theories, boxing and calculus in Ohio, Klingons in Illinois, the return of Nirmal, a ball peen update, and LUG parenting teachable moments. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Never trust a man with a…
26: #26: Hedbänger’s Bäll
Sep 3, 2013 • 49 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: snollygosters firing 9 or every 10 sysadmins, even yet still more Google and privacy, hands-free computing, Gunnar’s reputation management problems, and Dave’s “how to say no” weapons turned against him. Subscribe…
25: #25: Great Expectations
Aug 27, 2013 • 51 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Google’s expectations of privacy, VMware’s expectations of profit, Dave’s expectations of SELinux, and Gunnar’s inflated expectations of productivity software. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Leviathan by Scott…
24: #24: A Laptop Made of People
Aug 20, 2013 • 78 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Twitter security, Chrome security, SpiderOak security, SnapChat security, Open Security, OpenShift security, and calendar security. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. A prototype. Twitter improves 2 factor authentication…
23: #23: Klingons and the Cognitive Surplus
Aug 6, 2013 • 44 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: key deathwatch, mobile carrier deathwatch, klingon deathwatch, and Google Meat, Mk I. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Red Hat’s Eye of Sauron. Action photos from Lauren’s Akron LUG presentation on Scratch and Raspberry…
22: #22: The Al Capone School of Management
Jul 30, 2013 • 69 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Professional Wrestling, Professional Android Security, Professional Evangelism with Steve Citron-Pousty, and a very unprofessional Linus Torvalds. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Cutting someone’s mail queue in half.…
21: #21: Slaves to Fashion
Jul 17, 2013 • 52 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about the worst virus remediation ever, the NSA all up in your phone, fashion advice from Dan Walsh, and a whole bunch of Gunnarbait. This episode is dedicated to Seth Vidal. Please visit this page of Seth Vidal memorial…
20: #20: CommaFeed with a Bullet
Jul 9, 2013 • 64 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Le PRISM, Slashdot Gunnarbait, OpenStack Security Guide, the Indie Web, a petabyte of tax data, and an interview with the creator of CommaFeed. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Welcome to Texas, Gunnar. Le PRISM: France…
19: #19: “This is an exploding motorcycle.”
Jul 2, 2013 • 61 min
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Gunnar smoking funny cigarettes, OpenShift all over the place, motorcycles, hacking Gunnar’s house (in a bad way), how to ask for help, and how to receive help like a gentleman. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. See if you…
18: #18: Jason Hibbets pries open Raleigh.
Jun 25, 2013 • 57 min
Dave’s off on a motorcycle or something, so this week, Jason “Open Government Machine” Hibbets and Gunnar talk about CityCamp, Code for America, civic innovation, and (of course) Jason’s new book. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Red Hat official history Red…
17: #17: An Internet of *My* Things
Jun 19, 2013 • 71 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Evolution of evolution, skeumorphism (again), Onion Pi, Brick Pi, Red Hat Summit 2013, an interview with Nirmal Mehta and some lessons learned from Google and NSA. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Nirmal big and small.…
16: #16: Red Hat Summit, Day 3: Major Hayden lives!
Jun 14, 2013 • 34 min
Today, Dave and Gunnar talk about the third day of the Red Hat Summit, and interview Major Hayden at last! This one is super-nerdy, that’s fair warning. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Just look at him: a man comfortable with the safety of his systems.…
15: #15: Red Hat Summit 2013 Day 2, Our Biggest Fan
Jun 13, 2013 • 13 min
On the second day of Red Hat’s 2013 Summit, Dave and Gunnar talk about RHEV 3.2’s launch, Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, the Mirantis/Red Hat OpenStack partnership, and OpenShift with our #1 fan. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Well, look what…
14: #14: Red Hat Summit 2013 Day 1, Hayden Hunting
Jun 12, 2013 • 24 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar broadcast from Boston, on the first day of the 2013 Red Hat Summit. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. Have you seen this man? Back to Work, with Dan Benjamin and Merlin Mann. Face to face Acxiom, NewLease, and Verizon Terremark are…
13: #13: Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz is German for winning Scrabble.
Jun 6, 2013 • 57 min
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: NYC Checkbook, passwords, FSF getting silly, open source dying, killing patent trolls with fire, RHEL6 STIGs, Rasberry Pi, and next week’s Red Hat Summit. Subscribe via RSS or iTunes. The mustard shall indicate…
5: #5: Sycophants
Apr 5, 2013 • 20 min
This week Dave and Gunnar provide a very special episode of the Dave and Gunnar Show, in which we talk to our boss, Paul Smith, who runs Red Hat’s US Public Sector group. ]3 Photo courtesy FedScoop. Show Notes 10 years ago Matthew Szulik Red Hat…