Simplicity, Support, and Openness Lead Changelog to Linode Kubernetes Engine
In this episode of the Craft of Code podcast, we speak to our friends at Changelog to discuss simplicity, support and openness in their business and in their relationship with sponsors like Linode.
We’re joined by Adam Stacoviak, the founder and editor-in-chief, Jerod Santo, Managing Editor, and Gerhard Lazu, Site Reliability Engineer.
Changelog is a thriving media business covering podcasts, newsfeeds, and newsletters. They attract an audience of over 14 million developers. Changelog has become the heart of news for developers at Microsoft, Intel, Google, IBM and Facebook. But instead of resting on their laurels, Changelog has switched gears by fostering deeper integrations with their advertising partners.
Adam, Jerod, and Gerhard talk to us about Changelog’s relationships and specifically how their relationship with Linode and the Linode Kubernetes Engine has been a game-changer for their business.
In this episode we discussed:
How Changelog has evolved from a podcast and newsfeed into a thriving business
Why Changelog switched from promoting their sponsors to embracing deeper integrations
How migration to the Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE) was game-changer for them
What makes LKE stand out compared to other managed container engines
Other Linode services that Changelog use and enjoy
Why Changelog values the personal touch and customer service offered by Linode