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Loper & Randi in The Morning
1-7-22 Loper & Randi - Antonio Brown Drama, New Music Friday, Dog Tracking Device, Cobra Kai, Workout Motivation, Teacher Gifts, AC/DC

Loper & Randi in The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 115:39


Randi's friend was very generous with teacher gifts this year...what do you give your kids' teachers, if anything? You can now get a food subscription to Taco Bell. If you want to use AC/DC music in your movie or TV show, it will only cost a half million bucks. The Antonio Brown drama continues with the Buccaneers. Plus, New Music Friday, Cobra Kai, Harry Potter, Lord Of The rings, dog tracking devices, workout motivation and more!

Screaming in the Cloud
An Enterprise Level View of Cloud Architecture with Levi McCormick

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 33:52


About LeviLevi's passion lies in helping others learn to cloud better.Links: Jamf: https://www.jamf.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/levi_mccormick TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: It seems like there is a new security breach every day. Are you confident that an old SSH key, or a shared admin account, isn't going to come back and bite you? If not, check out Teleport. Teleport is the easiest, most secure way to access all of your infrastructure. The open-source Teleport Access Plane consolidates everything you need for secure access to your Linux and Windows servers, and I assure you there is no third option there. Kubernetes clusters, databases, and internal applications like AWS Management Console, Yankins, GitLab, Grafana, Jupyter Notebooks, and more. Teleport's unique approach is not only more secure, it also improves developer productivity. To learn more visit: goteleport.com. And not, that is not me telling you to go away, it is: goteleport.com.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Rising Cloud, which I hadn't heard of before, but they're doing something vaguely interesting here. They are using AI, which is usually where my eyes glaze over and I lose attention, but they're using it to help developers be more efficient by reducing repetitive tasks. So, the idea being that you can run stateless things without having to worry about scaling, placement, et cetera, and the rest. They claim significant cost savings, and they're able to wind up taking what you're running as it is in AWS with no changes, and run it inside of their data centers that span multiple regions. I'm somewhat skeptical, but their customers seem to really like them, so that's one of those areas where I really have a hard time being too snarky about it because when you solve a customer's problem and they get out there in public and say, “We're solving a problem,” it's very hard to snark about that. Multus Medical, Construx.ai and Stax have seen significant results by using them. And it's worth exploring. So, if you're looking for a smarter, faster, cheaper alternative to EC2, Lambda, or batch, consider checking them out. Visit risingcloud.com/benefits. That's risingcloud.com/benefits, and be sure to tell them that I said you because watching people wince when you mention my name is one of the guilty pleasures of listening to this podcast.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. I am known-slash-renowned-slash-reviled for my creative pronunciations of various technologies, company names, et cetera. Kubernetes, for example, and other things that get people angry on the internet. The nice thing about today's guest is that he works at a company where there is no possible way for me to make it more ridiculous than it sounds because Levi McCormick is a cloud architect at Jamf. I know Jamf sounds like I'm trying to pronounce letters that are designed to be silent, but no, no, it's four letters: J-A-M-F. Jamf. Levi, thanks for joining me.Levi: Thanks for having me. I'm super excited.Corey: Exactly. Also professional advice for anyone listening: Making fun of company names is hilarious; making fun of people's names makes you a jerk. Try and remember that. People sometimes blur that distinction.So, very high level, you're a cloud architect. Now, I remember the days of enterprise architects where their IDEs were basically whiteboards, and it was a whole bunch of people sitting in a room. They call it an ivory tower, but I've been in those rooms; I assure you there is nothing elevated about this. It's usually a dank sub-basement somewhere. What do you do, exactly?Levi: Well, I am part of the enterprise architecture team at Jamf. My roles include looking at our use of cloud; making sure that we're using our resources to the greatest efficacy possible; coordinating between many teams, many products, many architectures; trying to make sure that we're using best practices; bringing them from the teams that develop them and learn them, socializing them to other teams; and just trying to keep a handle on this wild ride that we're on.Corey: So, what I find fun is that Jamf has been around for a long time. I believe it is not your first name. I want to say Casper was originally?Levi: I believe so, yeah.Corey: We're Jamf customers. You're not sponsoring this episode or anything, to the best of my knowledge. So, this is not something I'm trying to shill the company, but we're a customer; we use you to basically ensure that all of our company MacBooks, and laptops, et cetera, et cetera, are basically ensured that there's disk encryption turned on, that people have a password, and that screensaver is turned on, basically to mean that if someone gets their laptop stolen, it's a, “Oh, I have to spend more money with Apple,” and not, “Time to sound the data breach alarm,” for reasons that should be blindingly obvious. And it's great not just at the box check, but also fixing the real problem of I [laugh] don't want to lose data that is sensitive for obvious reasons. I always thought of this is sort of a thing that worked on the laptops. Why do you have a cloud team?Levi: Many reasons. First of all, we started in the business of providing the software that customers would run in their own data centers, in their own locations. Sometime in about 2015, we decided that we are properly equipped to run this better than other people, and we started to provide that as a service. People would move in, migrate their services into the cloud, or we would bring people into the cloud to start with.Device management isn't the only thing that we do. We provide some SSO-type services, we recently acquired a company called Wandera, which does endpoint security and a VPN-like experience for traffic. So, there's a lot of cloud powering all of those things.Corey: Are you able to disclose whether you're focusing mostly on AWS, on Azure, on Google Cloud, or are you pretending a cloud with something like IBM?Levi: All of the above, I believe.Corey: Excellent. That tells you it's a real enterprise, in seriousness. It's the—we talk about the idea of going all in on one providers being a general best practice of good place to start. I believe that. And then there are exceptions, and as companies grow and accumulate technical debt, that also is load-bearing and generates money, you wind up with this weird architectural series of anti-patterns, and when you draw it on a whiteboard of, “Here's our architecture,” the junior consultant comes in and says, “What moron built this?” Usually two said quote-unquote, “Moron,” and then they've just pooched the entire engagement.Yeah, most people don't show up in the morning hoping to do a terrible job today, unless they work at Facebook. So, there are reasons things are the way they are; they're constraints that shape these things. Yeah, if people were going to be able to shut down the company for two years and rebuild everything from scratch from the ground up, it would look wildly different. But you can't do that most of the time.Levi: Yeah. Those things are load bearing, right? You can't just stop traffic one day, and re-architect it with the golden image of what it should have been. We've gone through a series of acquisitions, and those architectures are disparate across the different acquired products. So, you have to be able to leverage lessons from all of them, bring them together and try and just slowly, incrementally march towards a better future state.Corey: As we take a look at the challenges we see The Duckbill Group over on my side of the world, where we talk to customers, it's I think it is surprising to folks to learn that cloud economics as I see it is—well, first, cost and architecture the same thing, which inherently makes sense, but there's a lot more psychology that goes into it than math. People often assume I spend most of my time staring into spreadsheets. I assure you that would not go super well. But it has to do with the psychological elements of what it is that people are wrestling with, of their understanding of the environment has not kept pace with reality, and APIs tend to, you know, tell truths.It's always interesting to me to see the lies that customers tell, not intentionally, but the reality of it of, “Okay, what about those big instances you're running in Australia?” “Oh, we don't have any instances in Australia.” “Look, I understand that you are saying that in good faith, however…” and now we're in a security incident mode and it becomes a whole different story. People's understanding always trails. What do you spend the bulk of your time doing? Is it building things? Is it talking to people? Is it trying to more or less herd cats in certain directions? What's the day-to-day?Levi: I would say it varies week-to-week. Depends on if we have a new product rolling out. I spend a lot of my time looking at architectural diagrams, reference architectures from AWS. The majority of the work I do is in AWS and that's where my expertise lies. I haven't found it financially incentivized to really branch out into any of the other clouds in terms of expertise, but I spend a lot of my time developing solutions, socializing them, getting them in front of teams, and then educating.We have a wide range of skills internally in terms of what people know or what they've been exposed to. I'd say a lot of engineers want to learn the cloud and they want to get opportunities to work on it, and their day-to-day work may not bring them those opportunities as often as they'd like. So, a good portion of my time is spent educating, guiding, joining people's sprints, joining in their stand-ups, and just kind of talking through, like, how they should approach a problem.Corey: Whenever you work at a big company, you invariably wind up with—well, microservices becomes the right answer, not because of the technical reasons; because of the people reason, the way that you get a whole bunch of people moving in roughly the same direction. You are a large scale company; who owns services in your idealized view of the world? Is it, “Well, I wrote something and it's five o'clock. Off to production with it. Talk to you in two days, if everything—if we still have a company left because I didn't double-check what I just wrote.”Do you think that the people who are building services necessarily should be the ones supporting it? Like, in other words, Amazon's approach of having the software engineers being responsible for the ones running it in production from an ops perspective. Is that the direction you trend towards, or do you tend to be from my side of the world—which is grumpy sysadmin—where people—developers hurl applications into your yard for you to worry about?Levi: I would say, I'm an extremist in the view of supporting the Amazon perspective. I really like you build it, you run it, you own it, you architect it, all of it. I think the other teams in the organization should exist to support and enable those paths. So, if you have platform teams are a really common thing you see hired right now, I think those platforms should be built to enable the company's perspective on operating infrastructure or services, and then those service teams on top of that should be enabled to—and empowered to make the decisions on how they want to build a service, how they want to provide it. Ultimately, the buck should stop with them.You can get into other operational teams, you could have a systems operation team, but I think there should be an explicit contract between a service team, what they build, and what they hand off, you know, you could hand off, like, a tier one level response, you know, you can do playbooks, you could do, you know, minimal alert, response, routing, that kind of stuff with a team, but I think that even that team should have a really strong contract with, like, here's what our team provides, here's how you engage with our team, here's how you will transition services to our team.Corey: The challenge with doing that, in some shops, has been that if you decide to roll out a, you build it, you own it, approach that has not been there since the beginning, you wind up with a lot of pushback from engineers who until now really enjoyed their 5:30 p.m. quitting time, or whenever it was they wound up knocking off work. And they started pushing back, like, “Working out of hours? That's inhumane.” And the DevOps team would be sitting there going, “We're right here. How dare you? Like, what do you think our job is?” And it's a, “Yes, but you're not people.” And then it leads to this whole back and forth acrimonious—we'll charitably call it a debate. How do you drive that philosophy?Levi: It's a challenge. I've seen many teams fracture, fall apart, disperse, if you will, under the transition of going through, like, an extreme service ownership. I think you balance it out with the carrot of you also get to determine your own future, right? You get to determine the programming language you use, you get to determine the underlying technologies that you use. Again, there's a contract: You have to meet this list of security concerns, you need to meet these operational concerns, and how you do that is up to you.Corey: When you take a look across various teams—let's bound this to the industry because I don't necessarily want you to wind up answering tough questions at work the day this episode airs—what do you see the biggest blockers to achieving, I guess, a functional cultural service ownership?Levi: It comes down to people's identity. They've established their own identity, “As I am X,” right? I'm a operations engineer. I'm a developer, I'm an engineer. And getting people to kind of branch out of that really fixed mindset is hard, and that, to me, is the major blocker to people assuming ownership.I've seen people make the transition from, “I'm just an engineer. I just want to write code.” I hate those lines. That frustrates me so much: “I just want to write code.” Transitioning into that, like, ownership of, “I had an idea. I built the platform or the service. It's a huge hit.” Or you know, “Lots of people are using it.” Like, seeing people go through that transformation become empowered, become fulfilled, I think is great.Corey: I didn't really expect to get called out quite like this, but you're absolutely right. I was against the idea, back when I was a sysadmin type because I didn't know how to code. And if you have developers supporting all of the stuff that they've built, then what does that mean for me? It feels like my job is evaporating. I don't know how to write code.Well, then I started learning how to write code incredibly badly. And then wow, it turns out, everyone does this. And here we are. But it's—I don't build applications, for obvious reasons. I'm bad at it, but I found another way to proceed in the wide world that we live in of high technology.But yeah, it was hard because this idea of my sense of identity being tied to the thing that I did, it really was an evolve-or-die dinosaur kind of moment because I started seeing this philosophy across the board. You take a look, even now at modern SRE is, or modern DevOps folks, or modern sysadmins, what they're doing looks a lot less like logging into Linux systems and tinkering on the command line a lot more like running and building distributed applications. Sure, this application that you're rolling out is the one that orchestrates everything there, but you're still running this in the same way the software engineers do, which is, interestingly.Levi: And that doesn't mean a team has to be only software engineers. Your service team can be multiple disciplines. It should be multiple disciplines. I've seen a traditional ops team broken apart, and those individuals distributed into the services that they were chiefly skilled in supporting in the past, as the ops team, as we transitioned those roles from one of the worst on-call rotations I've ever seen—you know, 13 to 14 alerts a night—transitioning those out to those service teams, training them up on the operations, building the playbooks. That was their role. Their role wasn't necessarily to write software, day one.Corey: I quit a job after six weeks because of that style of, I guess, mismanagement. Their approach was that, oh, we're going to have our monitoring system live in AWS because one of our VPs really likes AWS—let's be clear, this was 2008, 2009 era—latency was a little challenging there. And [unintelligible 00:17:04] he really liked Big Brother, which was—not to—now before that became a TV show and at rest, it was a monitoring system—but network latency was always a weird thing in AWS in those days, so instead, he insisted we set up three of them. And whenever—if we just got one page, it was fine. But if we got three, then we had to jump in. And two was always undefined.And they turned this off from I think, 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. every night, just so the person I call could sleep. And I'm looking at this, like, this might be the worst thing I've ever seen in my life. This was before they released the Managed NAT Gateway, so possibly it was.Levi: And then the flood, right, when you would get—Corey: Oh, God this was the days, too—Levi: Yeah.Corey: —when you were—if you weren't careful, you'd set this up to page you on the phone with a text message and great, now it takes time for my cell provider to wind up funneling out the sudden onslaught of 4000 text messages. No thanks.Levi: If your monitoring system doesn't have the ability to say, you know, the alert flood, funnel them into one alert, or just pause all alerts, while—because we know there's an incident; you know, us-east-1 is down, right? We know this; we don't need to get 500 text messages to each engineer that's on call.Corey: Well, my philosophy at that point was no, I'm going to instead take a step beyond. If I'm not empowered to fix this thing that is waking me up—and sometimes that's the monitoring system, and sometimes it's the underlying application—I'm not on call.Levi: Yes, exactly. And that's why I like the model of extre—you know, the service ownership: Because those alerts should go to the people—the pain should be felt by the people who are empowered to fix it. It should not land anywhere else. Otherwise, that creates misaligned incentives and nothing gets better.Corey: Yeah. But in large distributed systems, very often the person is on call more or less turns into a traffic router.Levi: Right. That's unfair to them.Corey: That's never fun—yeah, that's unfair, and it's not fun, either, and there's no great answer when you've all these different contributory factors.Levi: And how hard is it to keep the team staffed up?Corey: Oh, yeah. It's a, “Hey, you want a really miserable job one week out of every however many there are in the cycle?” Eh, people don't like that.Levi: Exactly.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Oracle HeatWave, a new high-performance accelerator for the Oracle MySQL Database Service, although I insist on calling it, “My squirrel.” While MySQL has long been the world's most popular open source database, shifting from transacting to analytics required way too much overhead and, you know, work. With HeatWave you can run your OLAP and OLTP—don't ask me to ever say those acronyms again—workloads directly from your MySQL database and eliminate the time consuming data movement and integration work, while also performing 1100X faster than Amazon Aurora, and 2.5X faster than Amazon Redshift, at a third of the cost. My thanks again to Oracle Cloud for sponsoring this ridiculous nonsense.Corey: So, I've been tracking what you're up to for little while now—you're always a blast to talk with—what is this whole Cloud Builder thing that you were talking about for a bit, and then I haven't seen much about it.Levi: Ah, so at the beginning of the pandemic, our mutual friend, Forrest Brazeal, released the Cloud Resume Challenge. I looked at that, and I thought, this is a fantastic idea. I've seen lots of people going through it. I recommend the people I mentor go through it. Great way to pick up a couple cloud skills here and there, tell an interesting story in an interview, right? It's a great prep.I intended the Cloud Builder Challenge to be a natural kind of progression from that Resume Challenge to the Builder Challenge where you get operational experience. Again, back to that, kind of, extreme service ownership mentality, here's a project where you can build, really modeled on the Amazon GameDays from re:Invent, you build a service, we'll send you traffic, you process those payloads, do some matching, some sorting, some really light processing on these payloads, and then send it back to us, score some points, we'll build a public dashboard, people can high five each other, they can razz each other, kind of competition they want to do. Really low, low pressure, but just a fun way to get more operational experience in an area where there is really no downside. You know, playing like that at work, bad idea, right?Corey: Generally, yes. [crosstalk 00:21:28] production, we used to have one of those environments; oops-a-doozy.Levi: Yeah. I don't see enough opportunities for people to gain that experience in a way that reflects a real workload. You can go out and you can find all kinds of Hello Worlds, you can find all kinds of—like, for front end development, there are tons of activity activities and things you can do to learn the skills, but for the middleware, the back end engineers, there's just not enough playgrounds out there. Now, standing up a Hello World app, you know, you've got your infrastructures code template, you've got your pre-written code, you deploy it, congratulations. But now what, right?And I intended this challenge to be kind of a series of increasingly more difficult waves, if you will, or levels. I really had a whole gamification aspect to it. So, it would get harder, it would get bigger, more traffic, you know, all of those things, to really put people through what it would be like to receive your, “Post got slash-dotted today,” or those kinds of things where people don't get an opportunity to deal with large amounts of traffic, or variable payloads, that kind of stuff.Corey: I love the idea. Where is it?Levi: It is sitting in a bunch of repos, and I am afraid to deploy it. [laugh].Corey: What is it that scares you about it specifically?Levi: The thing that specifically scares me is encouraging early career developers to go out there, deploy this thing, start playing with it, and then incur a huge cloud bill.Corey: Because they failed to secure something or other reasons behind that?Levi: There are many ways that this could happen, yeah. You could accidentally push your access key, secret key up into a public repo. Now, you've got, you know, Bitcoin miners or Monero miners running in your environment. You forget to shut things off, right? That's a really common thing.I went through a SageMaker demo from AWS a couple years ago. Half the room of intelligent, skilled engineers forgot to shut off the SageMaker instances. And everybody ran out of the $25 of credit they had from the demo—Corey: In about ten minutes. Yeah.Levi: In about ten minutes, yeah. And we had to issue all kinds of requests for credits and back and forth. But granted, AWS was accommodating to all of those people, but it was still a lot of stress.Corey: But it was also slow. They're very slow on that, which is fair. Like, if someone's production environment is down, I can see why you care more about that than you do about someone with, “Ah, I did something wrong and lost money.” The counterpoint to that is that for early career folks, that money is everything. We remember earlier this year, that tragic story from the Robinhood customer who committed suicide after getting a notification that he was $730,000 in debt. Turns out it wasn't even accurate; he didn't owe anything when all was said and done.I can see a scenario in which that happens in the AWS world because of their lack of firm price controls on a free tier account. I don't know what the answer on this is. I'm even okay with a, “Cool you will—this is a special kind of account that we will turn you off at above certain levels.” Fine. Even if you hard cap at the 20 or 50 bucks, yeah, it's going to annoy some people, but no one is going to do something truly tragic over that. And I can't believe that Oracle Cloud of all companies is the best shining example of this because you have to affirmatively upgrade your account before they'll charge you a dime. It's the right answer.Levi: It is. And I don't know if you've ever looked at—well, I'm sure you'd have. You've probably looked at the solutions provided by AWS for monitoring costs in your accounts, preventing additional spend. Like, the automation to shut things down, right, it's oftentimes more engineering work to make it so that your systems will shut down automatically when you reach a certain billing threshold than the actual applications that are in place there.Corey: And I don't for the life of me understand why things are the way that they are. But here we go. It's a—[sigh] it just becomes this perpetual strange world. I wish things were better than they are, but they're not.Levi: It makes me terribly sad. I mean, I think AWS is an incredible product, I think the ecosystem is great, and the community is phenomenal; everyone is super supportive, and it makes me really sad to be hesitant to recommend people dive into it on their own dime.Corey: Yeah. And that is a—[sigh] I don't know how you fix that or square that circle. Because I don't want to wind up, I really do not want to wind up, I guess, having to give people all these caveats, and then someone posts about a big bill problem on the internet, and all the comments are, “Oh, you should have set up budgets on that.” Yeah, that's thing still a day behind. So okay, great, instead of having an enormous bill at the end of the month, you just have a really big one two days later.I don't think that's the right answer. I really don't. And I don't know how to fix this, but, you know, I'm not the one here who's a $1.7 trillion company, either, that can probably find a way to fix this. I assure you, the bulk of that money is not coming from a bunch of small accounts that forgot to turn something off or got exploited.Levi: I haven't done my 2021 taxes yet, but I'm pretty sure I'm not there either.Corey: The world in which we live.Levi: [laugh]. I would love this challenge. I would love to put it out there. If I could, on behalf of, you know, early career people who want to learn—if I could issue credits, if I could spin up sandboxes and say, like, “Here's an account, I know you're going to be safe. I have put in a $50 limit.” Right?Corey: Yeah.Levi: “You can't spend more than $50,” like, if I had that control or that power, I would do this in a heartbeat. I'm passionate about getting people these opportunities to play, you know, especially if it's fun, right? If we can make this thing enjoyable, if we can gamify it, we can play around, I think that'd be great. The experience, though, would be a significant amount of engineering on my side, and then a huge amount of outreach, and that to me makes me really sad.Corey: I would love to be able to do something like that myself with a, “Look, if you get a bill, they will waive it, or I will cover it.” But then you wind up with the whole problem of people not operating in good faith as well. Like, “All right, I'm going to mine a bunch of Bitcoin and claim someone else did it.” Or whatnot. And it's just… like, there are problems with doing this, and the whole structure doesn't lend itself to that working super well.Levi: Exactly. I often say, you know, I face a lot of people who want to talk about mining cryptocurrency in the cloud because I'm a cloud architect, right? That's a really common conversation I have with people. And I remind them, like, it's not economical unless you're not paying for it.Corey: Yeah, it's perfectly economical on someone else's account.Levi: Exactly.Corey: I don't know why people do things the way that they do, but here we are. So, re:Invent. What did you find that was interesting, promising there, promising but not there yet, et cetera? What was your takeaway from it? Since you had the good sense not to be there in person?Levi: [laugh]. To me, the biggest letdown was Amplify Studio.Corey: I thought it was just me. Thank you. I just assumed it was something I wasn't getting from the explanation that they gave. Because what I heard was, “You can drag and drop, basically, a front end web app together and then tie it together with APIs on the back end.” Which is exactly what I want, like Retool does; that's what I want only I want it to be native. I don't think it's that.Levi: Right. I want the experience I already have of operating the cloud, knowing the security posture, knowing the way that my users access it, knowing that it's backed by Amazon, and all of their progressively improving services, right? You say it all the time. Your service running on Amazon is better today than it was two years ago. It was better than it was five years ago. I want that experience. But I don't think Amplify Studio delivered.Corey: I wish it had. And maybe it will, in the fullness of time. Again, AWS services do not get worse as they age they get better.Levi: Some gets stale, though.Corey: Yeah. The worst case scenario is they sit there and don't ever improve.Levi: Right. I thought the releases from S3 in terms of, like, the intelligent tiering, were phenomenal. I would love to see everybody turn on intelligent tiering with instant access. Those things to me were showing me that they're thinking about the problem the right way. I think we're missing a story of, like, how do we go from where we're at today—you know, if I've got trillions of objects in storage, how do I transition into that new world where I get the tiering automatically? I'm sure we'll see blog posts about people telling us; that's what the community is great for.Corey: Yeah, they explain these things in a way that the official docs for some reason fail to.Levi: Right. And why don't—Corey: Then again, it's also—I think—I think it's because the people that are building these things are too close to the thing themselves. They don't know what it's like to look at it through fresh eyes.Levi: Exactly. They're often starting from a blank slate, or from a greenfield perspective. There's not enough thought—or maybe there's a lot of thought to it, but there's not enough communication coming out of Amazon, like, here's how you transition. We saw that with Control Tower, we saw that with some of the releases around API Gateway. There's no story for transitioning from existing services to these new offerings. And I would love to see—and maybe Amazon needs a re:Invent Echo, where it's like, okay, here's all the new releases from re:Invent and here's how you apply them to existing infrastructure, existing environments.Corey: So, what's next for you? What are you looking at that's exciting and fun, and something that you want to spend your time chasing?Levi: I spend a lot of my time following AWS releases, looking at the new things coming out. I spend a lot of energy thinking about how do we bring new engineers into the space. I've worked with a lot of operations teams—those people who run playbooks, they hop on machines, they do the old sysadmin work, right—I want to bring those people into the modern world of cloud. I want them to have the skills, the empowerment to know what's available in terms of services and in terms of capabilities, and then start to ask, “Why are we not doing it that way?” Or start looking at making plans for how do we get there.Corey: Levi, I really want to thank you for taking the time to speak with me. If people want to learn more. Where can they find you?Levi: I'm on Twitter. My Twitter handle is @levi_mccormick. Reach out, I'm always willing to help people. I mentor people, I guide people, so if you reach out, I will respond. That's a passion of mine, and I truly love it.Corey: And we'll of course, include a link to that in the [show notes 00:32:28]. Thank you so much for being so generous with your time. I appreciate it.Levi: Thanks, Corey. It's been awesome.Corey: Levi McCormick, cloud architect at Jamf. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, along with a comment telling me that service ownership is overrated because you are the storage person, and by God, you will die as that storage person, potentially in poverty.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Keeping Current CME
Device-Based CV Care

Keeping Current CME

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 18:09


Listen to this expert discussion on the latest devices changing the cardiology care landscape. Credit available for this activity expires: 1/4/2023 Earn Credit / Learning Objectives & Disclosures: https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/965274?src=mkm_podcast_addon_965274

Mastering Medical Device
Why a Device and Biologic Combination Product is a Challenge and an Opportunity with Patricia Zilliox

Mastering Medical Device

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 51:47


Patricia Zilliox has devoted her career to solving problems with the eyes. She had a very successful career at Alcon, then at the Foundation Fighting Blindness Clinical Research Institute, before joining Eyevensys as CEO.  Eyevensys is working on a technology that has the potential to solve a big problem. In this episode Patricia shares how a biologics company approaches device design and manufacture, combination product development, the regulatory pathway, funding challenges, how device differs but is similar to pharma and biologics, and how great companies retain great people. Links from this episode:Patricia Zilliox, PhD LinkedInEyevensysMastering Medical Device:WebsitePat Kothe LinkedIn

UBC News World
Reduce Asthma Cough & Symptoms With The Best Lung Expansion AirPhysio Device

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 2:09


Don't let your lung condition stop you from living the life you want. Check out these videos from Life Wellness Healthcare today! Go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaVUIS5BM76uLxH2MrYln1A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaVUIS5BM76uLxH2MrYln1A)

UBC News World
AirPhysio Reviews: Reduce Mucus Buildup & Reduce COPD Symptoms With OPEP Device

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 2:06


Looking for the most effective way to get rid of the sticky mucus in your lungs and breathe better? Check out Life Wellness Healthcare's (+61-73608-5683) breathing support device to help you recover lung function when you stop smoking. Visit https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search (https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search)

Paisa Vaisa
No Kidding Around Finance for Teenagers

Paisa Vaisa

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 30:37


Welcome to the first episode of 2022!We've thought to bring you something special therefore this week on #PaisaVaisa, Anupam Gupta is joined by Sambhav Jain and Kush Taneja, Co-founders of FamPay, and Vedant Krishnan who's a student at Bombay International School. They all discuss the finance for teenagers in India and what FamPay has to offer and much more! They begin the conversation with a brief introduction of FamPay, how FamPay Card is different from cash, and decode the whole financial procedure between parent and child. Further, they even chat about FamPay's various features such as transaction transparency, parental control and much more!Team IVM Podcasts wishes you a very Happy New Year :)Paisa Vaisa is India's leading podcast on personal finance with 1m+ downloads, 130+ hours of content and conversations, 150+ guests, and 300+ episodes. Since 2017, Paisa Vaisa has interviewed experts across the spectrum of personal finance covering diverse topics such as mutual funds, stocks, housing, loans, education, crypto, and much more. Listen in now to make smarter decisions with your money!You can know more about FamPay: ( https://fampay.in/ )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/company/fampay/ )Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/fampayindia )Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/fampay.in/ )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/fampay.in/ )You can follow Kush on social media:Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/kushtaneja/ )Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/iamkushtaneja )You can follow Sambhav on social media:Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/sambhavanandjain/ )Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/_SambhavJain_ )You can follow Vedant on social media:Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/vedantkrishnan/ )Get in touch with our host Anupam Gupta on social media: Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/b50 )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/b_50/ )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/anupam9gupta/ )You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at https://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

Banned Biographies
Suspect Device - The Incendiary Stiff Little Fingers

Banned Biographies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 130:09


Founded in Belfast in 1977 out of the ashes of a heavy metal covers band, Stiff Little Fingers and their manager, Gordon Ogilvie, wrote hard-hitting, scathing songs about The Troubles in Northern Ireland. This was in stark contrast to their contemporaries like The Undertones who chose to ignore The Troubles to sing about teenage angst and chocolate bars. Stiff Little Fingers was championed by the legendary John Peel and released the iconic Inflammable Material album, which became the first independently released album to chart in the UK, reaching number 14 and achieving silver-selling status. The band changed its style over the next two albums which lost them a lot of fans and, due to the popularity of synthesiser-based pop music over guitar-driven bands in the 1980s, Stiff Little Fingers broke up in 1983. A cynical, money-spinning reunion tour in 1987 saw the band enjoy better attended shows than ever and so they decided to give it another go. To this day Stiff Little Fingers continues to tour the world as well as recording and releasing albums - the latest of which became the band's first number one on the BBC Rock Albums Chart.  Join me as I tell the (somewhat expletive filled) story of a 45-year-old band that is arguably more popular now than ever! Contact Twitter: @BannedBiogs Facebook: @BannedBiographies Instagram: @bannedbiographies E-mail: bannedbiographies@gmail.com

UBC News World
Alleviate Cystic Fibrosis Symptoms With Drug-Free AirPhysio Lightweight Device

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 2:08


Are you tired of coughing and wheezing throughout the day? Do you want to breathe easier? This lightweight device is for you! Find out more at: https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search (https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search)

Data Breach Today Podcast
Preventing 'Rogue Device' Attacks: A Case Study

Data Breach Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021


Info Risk Today Podcast
Preventing 'Rogue Device' Attacks: A Case Study

Info Risk Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021


Healthcare Information Security Podcast
Preventing 'Rogue Device' Attacks: A Case Study

Healthcare Information Security Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021


Try Not To Die
Chapter Fifty-Eight: Drinking Buddies

Try Not To Die

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 109:08


(CW: This episode contains some binge drinking. If that's not your jam, feel free to skip time-codes 47:40-1:13:43. Please enjoy your grog responsibly!) Erza and Gorgonzola place one last bet as they begin to wear out their Balderheim welcome. This is our last episode until late Jan/early Feb! If you start to miss us, check out our Patreon where there are livestreams, aftershows, bonus episodes, and more. Stay posted on our return through social media- we're @trynottodiepod everywhere. :) Produced by Noah Perito and Lisa Condemi Music by Noah Perito and Lisa Condemi Sound Effects: "Book Sounds Effects" - AllSounds/Audionauti “Quiet Tavern” - Sword Coast Soundscapes “Door opening 1” - Bowen707 "Fairy Dust Sound Effect" - Free Audio Zone “Daytime Tavern” - Sword Coast Soundscapes “Sword-clash-and-slide” - Fun with Sound “Wooden door smash” - Eneasz “Cracking-earthquake-cracking-soil-cracking-stone” - uagadugu “Device powering up” - spoonsandlessspoons “Crashing” - smmassuda “Dark Elves City” - Michaël Ghelfi “Metal-gate-01” - silentstrikez “Sliding-stone-slab-simulation” - timbre All sounds from Freesound.org unless listed under Michaël Ghelfi, Sword Coast Soundscapes, Free Audio Zone, or Allsounds Additional sounds by Noah Perito

Accessibility Minute with Laura Medcalf
AM453 Dodow Sleep Device

Accessibility Minute with Laura Medcalf

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 1:40


Hey there! Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assistive Technology, those clever tools and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing or other special needs! In America, 70% of adults report that they obtain insufficient sleep at least one night a month, and 11% report insufficient sleep every […] The post AM453 Dodow Sleep Device appeared first on Assistive Technology at Easter Seals Crossroads.

HLTV Confirmed
device Astralis rumors, ropz the solution for FaZe? Final show of 2021 | HLTV Confirmed S5E68

HLTV Confirmed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 196:56


HLTV Confirmed panel gathers up for the last time this year to recap 2021 and talk through the latest roster rumors & news. Among the topics are reported device to Astralis comeback, ropz nearing FaZe move, NA shuffle getting some Extra Salt, and XTQZZZ, Aleksib nearing for G2. In the 2021 recap, the regulars decide on the most notable teams, events, players, dramas, and CS updates of the year. ➡️ Follow us for updates: https://twitter.com/HLTVconfirmed

Try Not To Die
Chapter Fifty-Seven: Dickbashers!

Try Not To Die

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 54:54


Continuing their one wild night in Balderheim, Zola and Erza make a potential faux pas. Next week's episode (Ch 58) will be our last story episode before the New Year! We'll be back with our second-ever Frostjoy Special on December 24th, then we'll be taking a short break while we plan and record the next arc. Expect us back for our... TWO-YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!! Thank you for all your support, and if you miss us? Just join us over on Patreon. Produced by Noah Perito and Lisa Condemi Music by Noah Perito and Lisa Condemi Sound Effects: "Book Sounds Effects" - AllSounds/Audionauti “Battle with Monsters and Magic” - Michaël Ghelfi “Large-crowd-medium-distance-stereo” - eguobyte “Crowd-cheering-soft-cheering-and-chatter” - gregorquendel “Balle-ping-pong-1” - beskhu “Crowd-boo” - deleted-user-2104797 “Window breaking” - m1a2t3z4 “Electric-wire-03” - glaneur-de-sons “Sword-clash-and-slide” - Fun with Sound “Cracking-earthquake-cracking-soil-cracking-stone” - uagadugu “Lightningcrash” - noisenoir “Device powering up” - spoonsandlessspoons “Bamf” - themfish “Evening Town” - Sword Coast Soundscapes “Daytime Tavern” - Sword Coast Soundscapes “Door opening 1” - Bowen707 “Shower-turn-on-run-turn-off-drain-water” - wav junction-com All sounds from Freesound.org unless listed under Michaël Ghelfi, Sword Coast Soundscapes, or Allsounds Additional sounds by Noah Perito

Naimah Northstar: Plug into The Wonderful You
“A book is a device to light the imagination!” Unknown author

Naimah Northstar: Plug into The Wonderful You

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 121:47


You have the power within to create more of what you are desiring --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/asknaimah/message

UBC News World
Get The Best Cystic Fibrosis Symptom Relief With Drug-Free AirPhysio Device USA

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 2:06


If you're suffering from cystic fibrosis, you need to try this device. It's easy to use, and can make a big difference in the enjoyment you get from your day. Find out more at: https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search (https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search)

UBC News World
Get Drug-Free Natural Asthma Symptom Relief - OPEP AirPhysio Breathing Device

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 2:35


The drug-free, refill-free, all-natural way to treat your asthma that you've been looking for. Just a few minutes a day, and you'll be able to breathe again. Visit https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search (https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search) to see how an OPEP device can help you.

UBC News World
This AirPhysio Device Treats Asthma: Shortness Of Breath, Chest Tightness & More

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 2:42


Do you suffer from asthma? Does it affect your quality of life? If you're ready to take control of your health, Life Wellness Healthcare has a new asthma device! Learn more at https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search (https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search)

UBC News World
AirPhysio OPEP Device Reduces Mucus To Help You Breathe Easier & Manage Asthma

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 2:06


Do you suffer from asthma or another lung condition? If breathing is difficult, you need to try the AirPhysio to see how it can help you! Find out more at https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search (https://lifewellnesshealthcare.com/products/airphysio-device-search)

TWiT Bits (Video HI)
TNW Clip: iFixit's Most Interesting Device Teardowns of 2021

TWiT Bits (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 13:13


On Tech News Weekly, Mikah Sargent and Jason Howell talk to Kevin Purdy of iFixit about some of the most interesting device teardowns of the year. For this story and more, check out Tech News Weekly: https://twit.tv/tnw/213 Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent Guest: Kevin Purdy You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/

TWiT Bits (Video HD)
TNW Clip: iFixit's Most Interesting Device Teardowns of 2021

TWiT Bits (Video HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 13:13


On Tech News Weekly, Mikah Sargent and Jason Howell talk to Kevin Purdy of iFixit about some of the most interesting device teardowns of the year. For this story and more, check out Tech News Weekly: https://twit.tv/tnw/213 Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent Guest: Kevin Purdy You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/

TWiT Bits (MP3)
TNW Clip: iFixit's Most Interesting Device Teardowns of 2021

TWiT Bits (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 13:10


On Tech News Weekly, Mikah Sargent and Jason Howell talk to Kevin Purdy of iFixit about some of the most interesting device teardowns of the year. For this story and more, check out Tech News Weekly: https://twit.tv/tnw/213 Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent Guest: Kevin Purdy You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/

Pharma Intelligence Podcasts
Device Week, 17 December 2021 – Califf's Senate Hearing; Medtronic And BrainsGate's Woes

Pharma Intelligence Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 13:55


On this week's podcast: Robert Califf goes through his first round nomination hearing in the US Senate, Medtronic and BrainsGate hits their own snags, and the US FDA defines counterfeit products under its new authorities.

INS Infusion Room
Episode 85: December 17, 2021 - Gel-free Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Vascular Access Device Insertion

INS Infusion Room

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021


Is it possible to use ultrasound technology for PIVC insertion without using ultrasound gel? Justin Reynolds and Emily Smith describe how to place vascular access devices using a 100% gel-free process.

Sacred Beautyâ„¢ Lifestyle
What if Everything you Learned About Aging is Wrong? w/Jane Mann Creator & Founder of the Anma Facial Contouring Device & Skin Works

Sacred Beautyâ„¢ Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 48:04


Jane is no longer obsessed with every little line or change she sees in her face and body as she “grows up”. Instead, she has taken on acceptance as a key factor in what she is calling “aging soulfully”. In this episode, Jane shares what she has come to learn in her close to 30 years in the beauty industry covering topics like: The mother cell and how it affects aging...How your thoughts and emotions contribute to wrinkles…How botox affects unconscious and verbal communication…Perhaps your soul is more of a determining factor in how you look than you realize…Jane Mann is the founder and creator of  Anma Facial Tool, Lift & Skin Works.  To learn more about Jane Mann visit https://www.skinworksbyjane.comConnect with Lisa:Website: sacredbeautylifestyle.comInstagram: @iamlisaeddyFB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sacredbeautycollective 

Medical Device made Easy Podcast
Which devices cannot be Custom-made? [Erik Vollebregt]

Medical Device made Easy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021


The EU MDR is changing a lot of things for medical devices, and even on Custom-made. The definition changes and has a huge impact on already marketed products. The manufacturers have to assess their portfolio to define again if their products are custom-made or not. In this episode, Erik Vollebregt will try to explain to you the rules you’ll need to follow. Who is Erik Vollebregt? Erik specializes in EU and national legal and regulatory issues relating to medical devices, including eHealth, mHealth, software, and protection of personal data. He is an expert in life sciences regulation at the EU and Dutch level, with a focus on contracts, regulatory litigation against competent authorities, and M&A. Erik was initially trained as intellectual property and competition lawyer, starting his career at the Directorate-General for Competition of the European Commission. He subsequently gained experience in contentious matters, commercial contracts, and transactional work at three large international law firms. He actively contributes to law and policy development at the national and EU levels via membership of specialized committees at branch associations and the European Commission. Erik also works as an arbitrator in medical devices-related disputes and is regularly retained as an expert witness in foreign litigation. Erik worked and lived in Brussels and Stockholm for several years, and is fluent in Dutch, English, French, German, and Swedish. Chambers Europe 2017: Erik is known for his specialism in regulatory work, which covers medical technology, devices, and products as well as for biotechnology. Clients confirm his strong capabilities, with one saying “he stands out to me. Whenever I work with lawyers he has been the best, with a solid scientific background. He has the perfect combination of skills and experience.” Who is Monir El Azzouzi? Monir El Azzouzi is a Medical Device Expert specializing in Quality and Regulatory Affairs. After working for many years with big Healthcare companies and particularly Johnson and Johnson, he decided to create EasyMedicalDevice.com to help people have a better understanding of the Medical Device Regulations all over the world. He now created the consulting firm Easy Medical Device GmbH and developed many ways to deliver knowledge through Videos, podcasts, online courses… Links Erik Vollebregt Linkedin Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erikvollebregt/ Axon Lawyers: https://www.axonlawyers.com/ Erik's blog: https://medicaldevicelegals.comMDCG 2021-3: https://ec.europa.eu/health/sites/default/files/md_sector/docs/mdcg_2021-3_en.pdf The post Which devices cannot be Custom-made? [Erik Vollebregt] appeared first on Medical Device made Easy Podcast. Monir El Azzouzi

#TWIMshow - This Week in Marketing
[Ep86] - Google Ads Image Extensions Are Now Available on Desktop Devices

#TWIMshow - This Week in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 14:08


1. Pinterest Predicts: The trends to watch for 2022 - Pinterest through its Predicts report provided an overview of where things are headed in 2022, based on Pin activity, in a range of business categories. They have highlighted 35 trends that it says are not trending yet but will be in the near future (Pinterest shared 30 trends last year).The trends range from make-up to fashion, to home décor, with various other, less Pinterest-y elements along the way. Pinterest has also provided a more visual overview of each trend on its dedicated Pinterest Predicts mini-site, along with Pin samples in each category.There's some interesting data here, and if you're marketing on Pinterest, or considering the platform for your 2022 strategy, it's worth taking a look at the search trend notes and data, which may provide some key guidance in your approach.And at 80% predictive value, in terms of flagging what's coming next, Pinterest's track record is solid.2. Pinterest Acquires Vochi, A Video Creation and Editing App - As part of its broader push into video content, Pinterest has announced the acquisition of video editing app Vochi, which enables users to easily add effects to their clips.Vochi enables users to remove items from clips, add 3D effects, and add other specialized visual features that can make your clips stand out in feeds. The app is currently used by around 500k people per month and is generating around $4 million in annual revenue through subscriptions and add-on features.And now, it will become part of the broader Pinterest creator suite, which will add more elements to its growing video push, which also includes its ‘Idea Pins' social Stories variation.3. Facebook Launches 'Professional Profiles' for Creators - Facebook's making a push to facilitate more opportunities for creators in its app, with new ‘Professional Mode for Profiles' to welcome new creators in, and updates for Creator Pages.As per Facebook:“We know that many creators - especially those who are just starting out - are on profiles, so from today, we're announcing the roll-out of a new professional mode for profiles. Professional Mode will open up access to post, audience, and profile insights, as well as give easy access to monetization features – all in one place.”So rather than pushing new creators to professional Pages, Professional Mode for Profiles will provide more insights on post-performance and audience growth for those using regular Facebook profiles.Those who turn on Professional Mode also qualify for Reels bonuses and other features, which Facebook will be hoping will lure more people into posting more often, with a view to increasing these newly present engagement stats. Note, right at the bottom of the first screenshot, that you can turn off Professional Mode at any time if you decide that being a social media creator isn't for you.4. Facebook Launches 'Stars Fest' to Increase Donations & Audience - Stars are essentially a virtual currency that can be purchased in various bundles, which then enables Facebook users to allocate them to creators via live-streams (audio and video). And from now on until December 31st, you'll be able to purchase more Stars for less, with discounts on Stars packages, while Facebook's also adding new Stars features and usage options to spark further interest in the tool.The biggest functional addition, at least from a general user perspective, is the launch of a new Stars Store, “where people can buy Stars at lower prices”.“Stars are deposited into people's virtual wallets to then send to eligible creators during Facebook Live, on-demand videos, or Live Audio Rooms. In the Stars store, fans get more Stars for their money at lower prices, so they can support even more of their favorite creators.”In addition to this, Facebook's also looking to make Stars useable in more functions, including for videos in the News Feed, in Facebook Watch, and within the Facebook Gaming tab.Facebook's also adding a new ‘Stars Party' option, which will provide Stars fundraising goals when groups of people are viewing and donating in a live stream.5. Twitter Extends Access to Spaces Recording - Twitter is expanding access to its Spaces Recording capability, which began rolling out in late October. All users can listen to them, and more hosts can use the feature.6. Snap Unveils 523 Content Accelerator Program - Snapchat launched "523," a new content accelerator program for small, minority-owned content companies. Many accelerators at social media companies are designed to bolster individual creators. The 523 programs is focused on media companies creating premium shows for Snapchat's content arm, Discover.The program will award 20 minority-owned media upstarts $10,000 per month for six months to help them create content for Discover.Snapchat defines minority-owned businesses as those that are 51% owned and operated by individuals who identify as Black, Hispanic, Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, non-binary, LGBTQ+, women, veterans, or having a disability. Eligible businesses must also employ fewer than 20 people and have gross revenue in 2021 — or in the last 12 months — that's less than $5 million.7. New Marketing with Purpose Business Attributes Showcase Brand Values - Microsoft Advertising has added Asian-owned, Latin-owned, Women-owned, and Diabetic-friendly business attributes, enabling advertisers to showcase more of their selling points and values, the company announced Thursday. These four new attributes join the 32 Marketing with Purpose business attributes that Microsoft introduced in September.Personal ethics and brand values have become factors in buying decisions for many customers. Being able to quickly differentiate your brand from others, through attributes such as these, can help you stand out from the competition.8. Google Ads Image Extensions Are Now Available on Desktop Devices - Google announced that image extensions for Google Ads is rolling out to desktop ads now. Note, it launched for mobile search ads in May 2021. Also, Google Ads image extensions now support dynamic image extensions for any language and you can use stock images as well for these image ad extensions.Google said image extensions complement your Search ad with relevant visuals of your products and services. "Previously, image extensions only showed on mobile devices," Google said. Google will soon show them on desktop devices in the next few weeks. If you are already using image extensions on mobile Google said they will show on desktop devices automatically as the update rolls out.You can view your desktop device performance by segmenting your performance data by "Device". This update applies to dynamic image extensions as well, Google said.

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast
Island Hopping. IoT Device Vulnerabilities. Tom Kellermann, Head of Cybersecurity Strategy, VMware.

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 13:25


Tom Kellermann, Member of the Cyber Investigations Advisory Board for the United States Secret Service, is the Head of Cybersecurity Strategy at VMware. In this episode of Cybercrime Radio, Tom chats with host Hillarie McClure about island hopping attacks, IoT device vulnerabilities, and more, alongside giving some tips on how consumers can protect themselves. • For more on cybersecurity, visit us at https://cybersecurityventures.com

Fast Keto with Ketogenic Girl
The TONE Device: Measuring Breath Ketones & All Your Questions About it!

Fast Keto with Ketogenic Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 41:05


Hi friends! This is a special BONUS episode all about The TONE Device! I talk about measuring breath ketones versus blood, how to use these devices for insightful feedback, and answer all of your questions about it! Visit www.ketogenicgirl.com to sign up for the Exclusive VIP Access Email list!! Follow @ketogenicgirl on Instagram to see visuals and posts mentioned on this podcast.  

Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
Week 14 Matchups + Wheel of Shame, The Device - Fantasy Football Podcast for 12/10

Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 67:54


The Fantasy Footballers are back with a new episode to help you get a win in Week 14! On today's fantasy football podcast, Week 14 matchup breakdowns and injury updates. Plus, a recap of the Steelers vs Dalvin Cook & the Vikings game, and Mike spins the Wheel of Shame during the “Fantasy Faceoff” segment! Manage your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams with the #1 fantasy football podcast. -- Fantasy Football Podcast for December 10th, 2021.   (03:25) - Thursday Night Recap: Steelers at Vikings (11:35) - FootClan Friday (12:30) - NFL News (16:35) - Fantasy Forecast  (17:00) - Falcons at Panthers (25:00) - Seahawks at Texans (29:15) - Lions at Broncos (34:00) - Giants at Chargers (38:25) - 49ers at Bengals (45:05) - Bills at Buccaneers (49:00) - Bears at Packers (53:00) - Rams at Cardinals  (58:25) - Fantasy Faceoff & Wheel of Shame   Connect with the show: Subscribe on YouTube Visit us on the Web Support the Show Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram   Check out today's sponsors:   Hello Fresh -- Code: footballers14 Upstart Headspace IPVanish DraftKings -- Code: BALLERS Sleeper Pristine Auction -- Registration Code - BALLERS Support this podcast 

Pharma Intelligence Podcasts
Device Week, Dec 10, 2021 – Early Alzheimer's Diagnostic, And Cardiac Pacing Breakthroughs

Pharma Intelligence Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 7:52


In this edition of Device Week, Medtech Insight's Marion Webb talks to UK-based reporter Barnaby Pickering about Cognetivity's FDA approved diagnostic tool for Alzheimer's. The company hopes that by providing earlier diagnosis, cost savings in the trillions of dollars can be made. Reed Miller also discusses Boston Scientific's new “Modular” cardiac rhythm management system. They launched the trial of their Modular system that includes both a subcutaneous ICD and a leadless pacemaker, with positive results expected. Medtech Insight articles addressing topics discussed in this episode: - Exec Chat: Cognetivity's Simple Brain Test Could Unlock Trillions In Health Care Savings - Boston Scientific Advances First ‘Modular' Cardiac Rhythm Management System

AppleInsider Podcast
Best iPhone Apps, Apple's 2022 Device Roadmap, and MacBook Upgrade Program

AppleInsider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 69:01


We highlight our favorite iPhone apps, discuss Apple's 2022 device roadmap, and Apple's design team reveals images from inside Apple Park. Follow our hosts @stephenrobles on Twitter @WGallagher on Twitter Sponsored by: Therabody: Try Theragun for 30 Days starting at just $190! Get your Gen 4 Theragun today at: therabody.com/appleinsider Molekule: For a limited time, save up to $120 on Molekule air purifiers when you use the promo code appleinsider at checkout! Visit: molekule.com to learn more. Coinbase: For a limited time, new users can get $10 in FREE Bitcoin when you sign up today at: coinbase.com/appleinsider Zocdoc: Go to zocdoc.com/appleinsider and download the app to sign-up for FREE. Find doctors and specialists that take your insurance and even book appointments online! ExpressVPN: AppleInsider listeners can get three extra months when you sign up for a year of service! Visit: expressvpn.com/appleinsider Support the show Support the show on Patreon or Apple Podcasts to get ad-free episodes every week, access to our private Discord channel, and early release of the show! We would also appreciate a 5-star rating and review in Apple Podcasts Links from the show Apple AR headset, new Mac Pro and more expected in 2022 More powerful AirPods Pro 2 predicted to arrive in the end of 2022 Three new Apple Watch models coming in 2022, says Ming-Chi Kuo Apple's ‘notebook upgrade program' could get businesses new M1 Macs for $30 per month Apple Self Service Repair preps underway with iPhone service history in iOS 15.2 Apple execs explain the design philosophy behind Apple Watch bands .Apple's Open Source Website Apple design team shows off 'quiet and calming' Apple Park iPhone app recommendations ‎Spark Mail – Email by Readdle ‎Pocket Casts ‎Fantastical - Calendar & Tasks ‎AnyList: Grocery Shopping List ‎Transloader ‎Reeder 5 ‎Drafts ‎Screens ‎FiLMiC Pro-Video Camera ‎Halide Mark II - Pro Camera ‎Widgetsmith ‎Google Voice ‎JustWatch - Movies & TV Shows ‎Home+ 5 ‎HotelTonight - Hotel Deals ‎Threes! ‎GIF Keyboard ‎Alto's Odyssey ‎OmniFocus 3 ‎Google Home ‎Spike Email - Mail & Team Chat ‎Taskade - Manage anything! ‎Miro: online whiteboard More AppleInsider podcasts Subscribe and listen to our AppleInsider Daily podcast for the latest Apple news Monday through Friday. You can find it on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, or anywhere you listen to podcasts. Tune in to our HomeKit Insider podcast covering the latest news, products, apps and everything HomeKit related. Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Overcast, or just search for HomeKit Insider wherever you get your podcasts. Podcast artwork from Basic Apple Guy. Download the free wallpaper pack here. Those interested in sponsoring the show can reach out to us at: steve@appleinsider.com

The Doula Dispensary
Episode #1S3: A dilemma about needing to make money, a peculiar device and language when dealing with clients

The Doula Dispensary

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 51:08


The Doula Dispensary is a weekly podcast, prescribing a weekly dose of all things doula. Siobhan and Kicki bring you a show which is a bit like sitting down with your mates for a cup of tea... So put the kettle on, sit down and enjoy listening to familiar issues as a working doula, woman and mother.This week's doula dilemma discusses the situation when alarm bells are going off but you need this job. There's a question from a listener about how to inform your client about something that they are doing could be harmful. The Doula Dose talks about the language we use with our clients. There is, of course, also a lot of general chit-chat about life.You can follow Siobhan and Kicki on social media -@siobhan_thebirthdoula@kicki.hansard@birthblissacademy

Beyond the Device with 3Eye Technologies
Beyond The Device - Contextual Mobility Management With TRUCE Software

Beyond the Device with 3Eye Technologies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 17:12


3Eye joins Sarah Heibult and Pete Plotas from TRUCE Software for another episode of Beyond the Device to discuss how TRUCE helps manage the safe and productive use of mobile technology in the workplace.Hosted by:Reid Estreicher, VP of Business Development, 3Eye Technologieshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/thereid/Guests: Sarah Heibult, Channel Manager, TRUCE Softwarehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-heibultPete Plotas, Global VP, Alliances & Strategic Development, Truce Softwarehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/peteplotasCompany Websites:TRUCE Software: https://trucesoftware.com/3Eye: https://www.3eyetech.com/

Content Magazine
# 73 - More Más Marami Arts - Cofounders Marissa Martinez and Matt Casey

Content Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:31


Episode #73 More Más Marami Arts - Cofounders Marissa Martinez and Matt Casey In this episode, we speak with Marissa Martinez and Matt Casey, cofounders of More Más Marami Arts. Marissa is a playwright and a creative writer, and Matt is a theatre producer and organizer. More Más Marami Arts formed in 2019 as a collective of artists united by our faith in the power of theatre to bring people together. Their program produces innovative productions, script readings, open mics, educational workshops, and opportunities for and with underserved communities of San Jose and the South Bay Area. In our conversation, we hear about Marissa's and Matt's journeys in the theatrical arts and the purpose and mission of More Más Marami Arts. Please find out more about More Más Marami Arts on their website https://moremasmarami.org/ Read more about Marissa's journey in issue 12.1, "Device." https://www.content-magazine.com/articles/12-1-more-mas-marami This episode's music is "408" by Jack Pavlina. Read more about Jack in Issue 14.1 Winter 2022 — release date: Dec. 9, 2021: https://bit.ly/Discover141 Follow Jack at @jackpavlinamusic Spotify: https://bit.ly/jackpavlina --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/content-magazine/support

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
11.20.21 (MP3): Driver Crutches, Device Depencency, Two-Lane Traffuckery, Busting Bad Rythms & Deflating Drivers' Bubbles (Because Motoring Should Be Brainful) + Some Gun-Sales Numbers @ Black Friday & Some Prius-Driving Thoughs (@ Don't Be A P

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 54:55


Why do things "because that's how we always dude them"?  Dump the habits that don't make sense and honor the physics of traffic (with a little nod to the law, just to keep those tickets to a minimum), and make the phone-nodding top-knot neck-beard half-wit behind you think about hissowndamnself for a change. Watch the traffic elitist behind you when you take your foot of the brakes at a red light, and test their skill (or lack thereof).  The road ain't a solo act, and we're all in this mess together - might as well own it.

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
11.20.21:  Driver Crutches, Device Depencency, Two-Lane Traffuckery, Busting Bad Rythms & Deflating Drivers' Bubbles (Because Motoring Should Be Brainful) + Some Gun-Sales Numbers @ Black Friday & Some Prius-Driving Thoughs (@ Don't Be A Prius)

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 54:55


Why do things "because that's how we always dude them"?  Dump the habits that don't make sense and honor the physics of traffic (with a little nod to the law, just to keep those tickets to a minimum), and make the phone-nodding top-knot neck-beard half-wit behind you think about hissowndamnself for a change. Watch the traffic elitist behind you when you take your foot of the brakes at a red light, and test their skill (or lack thereof).  The road ain't a solo act, and we're all in this mess together - might as well own it.

OnTrack with Judy Warner
Design Your Electronic Device with a Hacker State of Mind

OnTrack with Judy Warner

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 52:52


Not all engineers think like hackers, and not all hackers think like engineers. - Joe Grand Let's jump into a contemporary engineering topic – security and privacy! Today's guest is Joe Grand, a computer engineer, inventor, teacher, device security expert, and an AltiumLive alum. I am very excited to be talking about IoT and hardware-level security with an engineering celebrity! Together we will dive into the processes and challenges of building hardware security. There are many details discussed so make sure to watch through the end and check out the additional resources below. Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Jumping from Protel Easytrax to Altium Nostalgic coincidence, the beginner's project – first circuit board was an amplifier based board OpAmp board -- the first board that Joe created and sold Bringing the hackers perspective in the engineering world What it means to be a good hacker Think ahead, what hackers are going to do to your system? What can designers do to implement basic barebones like hardware-level security? Understanding the different angles and levels of (hacking) attack Joe walks us through his hacking process, the engineer way Information gathering is huge, from product documentation, patents, company profile and more Tearing up a product and examining the circuitry and component identification Using standard engineering tools for hacking Looking at chip-to-chip communication What is a “threat model” Your device's power supply may be a target for hacking, Joe explains “fault injection” Electronic badge for DefCon 27, the world's largest hacker conference Joe created Collaborative effort to tighten the device security, Altium 365 offers a secure space for all stakeholders Patch Tuesdays and Exploit Wednesdays -- a never-ending cycle to keep the system secured Security through obscurity for your PCB, what is it?  Joe answers, Is there any way to design a device so that if you do try and access it, you actually eliminate all the data or just destroy the critical parts of the device? Links and Resources: Previous Podcast Episodes with Joe Grand: Joe Grand on Hacking, Badgelife and AltiumLive Joe Grand Talks About When Hacking and Engineering Collide - AltiumLive Keynote Joe Grand's Altium Customer Success Story Meet Joe Grand aka Kingpin - Altium OnTrack Insight AltiumLive 2022 Connect: Now open for registration Connect with Zach Peterson on LinkedIn Watch Zach's latest Altium Academy courses on Youtube Read Zach's articles on Altium's resource hub Full OnTrack Podcast Library Altium Website Download your Altium Designer Free Trial Learn More about Altium Nexar Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics

Heal Podcast with Lyme 360
EP 83: Wave1 Device for Lyme with CEO Stephen Davis

Heal Podcast with Lyme 360

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 26:55


Have you tried the Wave1 device for Lyme?  WAVE 1 is a lightweight and wearable frequency emitter that can restore proper cell function and strengthen immunity to help overcome Lyme disease symptoms and co-infections.  In the podcast, I talk with CEO Stephen Davis, who started the company after having success with the device for his family. Stephen's daughter and two grandsons were battling Lyme when Stephen decided to research various treatments, including Stewart Gross's work with light-emitting technology. His family used the first Wave1 prototype and have since been symptom-free, sparking Stephen's dedication and journey to bring awareness to the power of frequency and light treatment for Lyme.Please tune in to hear Stephen's journey trying to find a solution for his family's battle, how he joined forces with Stewart Gross, and why light-emitting frequencies are so powerful when treating Lyme and its co-infections.Webinar featuring Stephen Davis and other Lyme experts will be on December 15th at 7 PM EST. Head to the Lyme 360 website for the signup link and for a chance to win a free device valued at $1500 !!!

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast
Robotic Vacuums. Smart Home Device Vulnerabilities. Burton Kelso, Cyber Expert.

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 12:53


Burton Kelso, cyber expert, is the Owner & Chief Technology Expert at Integral. In this episode of Cybercrime Radio, Burton joins host Hillarie McClure to discuss smart home devices, specifically robotic vacuums, their privacy issues, and how they can be targeted by bad actors, alongside giving some tips on how consumers can use these products safely and securely. • For more on cybersecurity, visit us at https://cybersecurityventures.com

DVBIC Presents: Picking Your Brain
CUBIST S5E1: Can a device effectively predict if CT scans are necessary while deployed?

DVBIC Presents: Picking Your Brain

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 12:08


In this episode of CUBIST, Amanda, and Don discuss the article, “Accuracy of a rapid GFAP/UCH-L1 test for the prediction of intracranial injuries on head CT after mild traumatic brain injury” by Jeff Bazarian and colleagues, and published in Academic Emergency Medicine, August 2021. Article Citation: Bazarian, J. J., Welch, R. D., Caudle, K., Jeffrey, C. A., Chen, J. Y., Chandran, R., McCaw, T., Datwyler, S. A., Zhang, H., & McQuiston, B. (2021). Accuracy of a rapid glial fibrillary acidic protein/ubiquitin carboxyl-terminal hydrolase L1 test for the prediction of intracranial injuries on head computed tomography after mild traumatic brain injury. Academic emergency medicine: official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 28(11), 1308–1317. https://doi.org/10.1111/acem.14366 Article LINK: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34358399/ CUBIST is a podcast for health care providers produced by the Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence. We discuss the latest research on traumatic brain injury (TBI) most relevant to patient care. For more about TBI, including clinical tools, go to www.Health.mil/TBICoE or email us at dha.ncr.j-9.mbx.tbicoe-info@mail.mil. The views, opinions, and/or findings in this podcast are those of the host and subject matter experts. They should not be construed as an official Department of Defense position, policy, or decision unless designated by other official documentation. Our theme song is “Upbeat-Corporate' by WhiteCat, available and was used according to the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 license.

KUOW Newsroom
A device to 'cleanse' the brain and enhance sleep: UW researchers have started human trials

KUOW Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 4:32


Feeling drowsy? Maybe you just need to sleep more ... but maybe science can help. UW researchers are trying to enhance what the brain does when it sleeps.

3:59
Qualcomm talks Apple M1 and its own Steam Deck-like gaming device (The Daily Charge, 12/2/2021)

3:59

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 15:31


Executive Alex Katouzian talks about its computer processor and a reference device for a Steam Deck-like portable PC gaming machine.  Text us: https://cnet.co/dailycharge Leave a voicemail: 862-250-8573 Follow us: twitter.com/thedailycharge Homepage: cnet.com/daily-charge Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Hacking Humans
Do you really want that device to be a connected device?

Hacking Humans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 47:24


Guest Jay Radcliffe from Thermo Fisher Scientific shares his advice and security concerns with smart devices since the holiday gifting season is around the corner, Joe and Dave have some listener follow up about 2FA, Joe's got a story about the Robinhood breach, Dave's story is about numerous LinkedIn requests from HR specialists with GAN images (Generated Adversarial Network), and our Catch of the Day is from listener Michael who was just trying to sell his car and then he got a text message. Links to stories: Data Breach of Robinhood Trading Platform Blamed on Social Engineering, Similar to 2020 Twitter Breach LinkedIn Fakes: A Wolf in Business Casual Clothing Have a Catch of the Day you'd like to share? Email it to us at hackinghumans@thecyberwire.com or hit us up on Twitter.

Revelations Radio Network

Canary Cry News Talk #417 - 12.01.2021  OMNI CONNED: Metaverse Gateway, Cuomo Collapse, Xenobots and Nephilim - CCNT 417 WEBSITE/SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com ravel Podcast (Basil's other podcast) Facelikethesun Resurrection (Gonz' new YouTube channel) Truther Dating experiment   INTRO YouTube appeal rejected (do Rumble) Gonz goes to Twitter jail  Agrawal, Twitter bans “media of private individuals” corporations exempt (Sociable) MetaVerse gateway, MetaHero (Metahero.io)   FLIPPY AI Xenobots that can reproduce (Harvard Edu) already covered    PSYOP 3 killed, 8 hurt, Michigan HS shooting (ABC) →Mystery around young suspect in Michigan shooting (Reuters/Yahoo)   COVID19/I AM WACCINE Omicron starting to spread (Economist) Omicron linked to inequality, experts say (NBC News) Do we need a new shot for Omicron? (NBC) Courts block 2 Biden mandates (Reuters)   Party Pitch BREAK 1: Executive Producers, Paypal, Patrons   GREAT RESET SF is boarded up, out of control (SF Chronicle) Microsoft shareholders vote to publish sexual harassment reports (CNBC)   POLYTICKS Chris Cuomo suspended by CNN (Variety)   VR FDA clears VR surgical planning tool from PrecisionOS (Mass Device)   BREAK 2: Art, Reviews, Jingles, Meet Ups   ALIENS/BEAST SYSTEM Aliens can visit us on our OWN spacecrafts! (Yahoo/Independent UK)   NEPHILIM UPDATE Nephilim Game Studio's

Pain Matters
Developing a New Device From Start to Finish

Pain Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 23:12


Through innovation, pain physicians have the potential to change the scope of medical care.How can those who treat everyday conditions of their patients take an idea for a new device and bring it to patent, development and, ultimately, a place of its own on the market?In this episode, host Shravani Durbhakula, MD, and assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Bryan Marascalchi, MD, discuss how pain physicians can influence novel treatment methods by identifying needs, envisioning solutions and, developing a product that impacts the field at large.Tune in to hear:Advice on securing patents and protecting yourself in the development of a new inventionStrategies for positioning yourself as the expert and performing the research that will earn you the backing of your idea by your peersHow to go through the proper channels and understand the established processes for success

The 2nd Mile Podcast
Reorganizing Your Device

The 2nd Mile Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 12:00


Our phones are often like a junk drawer in your house. You consistently put more in there and rarely take anything out. If you are serious about setting healthy limits regarding technology, you will have to make some intentional changes. It's time to go the second mile in reorganizing your device.

HomeKit Insider
HomeKit Device Roundup: Smart Plugs and Garage Doors, Plus Twinkly Lights and Aqara G3 Camera

HomeKit Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 49:37


Tinwkly updates to support HomeKit, Aqara launches its G3 camera hub in the US, and we begin a roundup of the best HomeKit devices across every category! This week we cover smart plugs, Home hubs, and garage door openers. Send us your HomeKit questions and recommendations with the hashtag homekitinsider. Tweet and follow our hosts at @andrew_osu and @stephenrobles or email us here. Find us in your favorite podcast player by searching for "HomeKit Insider" and support the show by leaving a 5-Star rating and comment in Apple Podcasts. Sponsored by: Hunter Douglas: Take advantage of the Season of Style rebate savings event at: hunterdouglas.com/homekit HomeKit Insider YouTube Channel Subscribe to the HomeKit Insider YouTube Channel and watch our episodes every week! Click here to subscribe. Links from the show Twinkly - Lights Govee Thermometer ‎Hub for HomeKit App ‎Samsung Remote: ControlMeister Black Friday: Expand your HomeKit smart home with these deals Eve Energy Smart Plug Wemo Smart Plug Eve Energy Strip Lutron Outdoor Smart Plug WeMo WiFi Smart Outdoor Plug ConnectSense Smart In-Wall Outlet 2021 Apple TV HD (32GB, 5th Generation) Eve Aqua HomePod mini meross Smart Garage Door Opener myQ Chamberlain Smart Garage Control Chamberlain Smart myQ LiftMaster MyQ Home Bridge Subscribe and listen to our AppleInsider Daily podcast for the latest Apple news Monday through Friday. You can find it on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, or anywhere you listen to podcasts. Those interested in sponsoring the show can reach out to us at: andrew@appleinsider.com