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Top Eight DevOps Podcasts By @XebiaLabs | @DevOpsSummit [#DevOps]

Whether you are traveling, working, or just love talk radio, these Top 8 DevOps Podcasts are a great way to keep up with DevOps

Top 8 DevOps Podcasts

By Necco Ceresani

DevOps podcasts are a thing and they are here to stay.

Whether you are traveling, working, or  just love talk radio, these Top 8 DevOps Podcasts are a great way to keep up with the industry and listen to what the experts are saying.


shipshow

Description: The Ship Show is a twice-monthly podcast, featuring discussion on everything from build engineering to devops to release management, plus interviews, new tools and techniques, and reviews.

Frequency: Monthly

Average Length: 1 hr


Devopscafe

Description: In this interview driven show, John Willis and Damon Edwards take a pragmatic look at the technology, tools, and business developments behind the emerging DevOps movement.

Frequency: Monthly

Average Length: 1 hr


foodfight

Description: Food Fight is a podcast for the Chef community. We bring together the smartest people in the Chef community and the broader DevOps world to discuss the thorniest issues in system administration.

Frequency: Bi-monthly

Average Length: 1 hr +


RR Icon

Description: The Release Report allows you to join experts in the chat about some of this week’s most interesting DevOps and Continuous Delivery topics and news.

Frequency: Monthly

Average Length: 20-30 Mins


Puppet

Description: Puppet Labs Podcast features Puppet community members talking about the latest trends in configuration management & cloud automation as well as DevOps culture.

Frequency: Monthly

Average Length: 20-30 Mins


ado

Description: Arrested DevOps is a high-level panel discussion of DevOps concepts. We give our listeners a tantalizing taste of the basic technologies and ideas of DevOps to entice them to try more.

Frequency: Bi-monthly

Average Length: 45 Mins – 1 hr


master

Description: DevOps Master is all about doing the DevOps thing. We are here to help you get from a DevOps newbie to being a DevOps Master.

Frequency: Bi-monthly

Average Length: 20 Mins


IBM

Description: Join other busy IT professionals and keep up to date on the latest trends in technology by taking advantage of IBM Rational.

Frequency: Weekly

Average Length: 10-20 Mins

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