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Sacramento CA City schools set date to reopen classrooms
"Stories. Steady declines in the number of covert 19 cases, coupled with vaccinations are leading to more schools reopening here's fifth graders Sabrina Oldham, a student at San Juan Unified School District in Carmichael, Just since we talked three introduce myself to some people. And get to know people again. Sacramento City schools are scheduled to open for in person learning next month, The city school district finally reached an agreement over the weekend with the Teachers Association. After months of negotiations, pre K through third grade and K through sixth Special Day classes will return April 8th Grade. It's four through six are set to start April. 15th and grades seven through 12 come back April. 22nd District Superintendent Jorge Aguilar says 53% of their students are facing back to in person learning while the rest chose to
House set to pass massive virus relief package
"President Biden is on the verge of his biggest legislative win yet as the house nears passage of a massive virus relief package it's one point nine trillion dollars aimed at helping Americans get vaccinated back to school and work and get back on their feet financially the boldest action taken on behalf of the American people since the Great Depression California Democrat Pete Aguilar says it's what the nation needs right now but the plan has had zero G. O. P. support with number two house Republican Steve Scalise saying the focus should be on helping those who need it not just sending everybody a check all across America the president estimates eighty five percent of Americans will get direct payments of up to fourteen hundred dollars Sager mag ani Washington
Louisville police move to fire 2 officers involved in Breonna Taylor raid
"Attorneys for the family of Rianna Taylor welcomed an announcement. The tomb or Louisville Metro police officers are set to be fired for their roles in the deadly raid that killed her. On Tuesday, The Louisville Metro Police Department sent pre termination letters to detectives Miles Cosgrove and Joshua Jane's Jane's, requested the warrant that brought officers to Taylor's apartment in March. Cosgrove was one of the officers who opened fire. Jane's attorney, Thomas Clay, tells Wook why his client is escape goat. I think this p s u investigation was a sham. I think it was gonna be a foregone conclusion What was gonna happen here? Ben Crump, national civil rights attorney and his co counsel Sam Aguilar and Lenny to Baker issued a joint statement applauding at a rebel MPD chief event. Gentry for beginning the pre termination proceedings on Cosgrove and
Indigenous people fight oil development
"This is national native news on tonio. Gonzales which people are seeking to stop development in the coastal plain of the arctic national wildlife refuge in alaska a sacred place foundation of their culture and way of life though seeking to protect the area are concerned about caribou other wildlife and the environment bernadette dementia with which is steering committee. This week in a statement said they'll never stop fighting equal you know. We don't allow anybody to tell us how to live to do this week. In federal court tribal plaintiffs represented by the native american rights fund sought a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to prohibit the trump administration from approving seismic exploration and issuing leases in the coastal plain proposed to begin in january supporters of the sale including politicians seek jobs revenue and energy independence in minnesota indigenous and environmental groups are continuing to demonstrate near the mississippi river in aken county opposing construction of the end bridge line. Three pipeline this week. Nearly two dozen people were arrested. The star tribune reports indigenous and environmental groups have been giving daily updates on social media showing people standing in the way of construction including tree-sitters saying they're protecting the water and the environment they're calling on the state's governor and president elect joe biden to stop line three. The company says replacement of the oil pipeline is in dire need supporters. seek jobs and economic boost. Regulators approve the final permit on december first indigenous and environmental groups and some minnesota tribes are seeking court action as construction is expected to ramp up tribes across the country are continuing to receive cova. Nineteen vaccines this week. Five red lake tribal council members of minnesota volunteered to be the first to get the vaccine on wednesday red lake hospital. Healthcare workers will begin to receive vaccines along with staff and elders at the nursing home. Tribal leaders are working with the hospital. On vaccine plans for tribal citizens as they become available other tribal leaders are also volunteering to be among the first in their communities to receive a covid nineteen vaccine when dina league would chair of the white mountain apache tribe in arizona was vaccinated this week on wednesday. She said she feels fine. Other than a sore arm academic pueblo in new mexico began covid nineteen vaccine shots for healthcare workers. Wednesday the mescalero apache tribe in new mexico. Receive vaccines in the afternoon to vaccinate doctors nurses and other hospital staff president gave aguilar encouraged the community in a video message urging people to stay vigilant in taking precautions as they anticipate to get vaccines for the community in early. Twenty twenty one of the community. We came together. you know. we're not. We're not done yet. But i'm very proud because our numbers show for it. We're we're all doing our part to stay home. Our numbers dropping. You know for a for a few days in october numbers were like twenty a day. I think for this out to summit two a day maybe five you know. I'll be more thankful when he home. Zero tribal health programs. Urban indian organizations are getting the vaccine through the indian health service or states more than three hundred programs are on the ihs cove nineteen distribution list according to the indian health service tribes in alaska are working with the state. The tannen not chiefs conference in fairbanks alerted the community wednesday. The pfizer vaccine arrived and was being put in a freezer to store until ready for distribution.
Drug traffickers fuel deforestation in Central America
"To limit climate change. It's critical to protect tropical forests but fourth preservation efforts in central america face a formidable foe the illegal drug trade narko deforestation refers to deforestation. That somehow can be attributed to the activity of drug trafficking organizations bernardo aguiar gonzalez of the neo tropic foundation of costa rica's studies the problem he says u. s. crackdowns on drug smuggling have driven traffickers into protected forested areas. There they can more easily evade law enforcement then they cut down trees trucks and private planes can transport drugs in and out. You actually can put landing strips that are located in areas that would be hard to detect traffickers also clear swaths of forest for farming and ranching businesses that they create in order to launder drug money. Research shows that in protected areas of honduras. Nicaragua and guatemala between thirty and sixty percent of forest loss is likely associated with cocaine trafficking. So aguilar gonzales says drug trafficking and deforestation must be understood as interconnected problems and solve together.
"aguilar" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast
"Is also i think episode to he has connections at the money police department so he called them to see they have a program that helps families in the so. We're drilling over there. And i time. But i was ozzie. Thinking like dude. I don't wanna do this shit ever again make. This is just donate money to somebody running this shit. You know because this is fucking exhausting. It's tiring and is just so much going on. And then once we got in there. I felt like it was just the perfect scenario because the captaincy see much just thinking of the thank yous whatever he goes you know. Yeah you know. We got a list of family. That really need this kind of stuff. You don't them with the pandemic and everything went on this year. Like we just haven't had enough people reach how andoni and i felt like that little bit of words was oh shit. Act like but is people need to know. 'cause they rank. 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That's how people living on no matter how much i honestly i think. Most people who donate don't care person. Who's in the not to say. Everyone wants to root for doug but like reality is most people want to help someone who they feel. The dollar could like benefit and. That's why i mentioned before. Like when i say you needed to call out for help you saying or like you putting pay on out. Is that kind of thing where people are like again not to take away from the homeless or anything but you if you say mostly mentality is twenty bucks a homeless person. He's spent it on. Drugs sets too much money. If i give him to bucks so buy food or something like. That's an intelligence carry whereas if you say like hey. This guy just need sixty bucks to to buy dinner for his family. Someone's going to be more inclined to pay that because it's like this is going to help. This specific causes specific. Reason adding would donate a lot of people. Can i already know that like you. Just feeding someone could like who cares about the dole rate the date most of those adults have kids and stuff like that like. It's the thanksgiving dinner for the family. You know it's not yet. I get what you're saying and i love you. Referencing the sixty bucks to 'cause that's what the price i put out there on. The is not because. I put at most likely lakers. Everybody kept asking me division versus valuing up stacking up stacking up and then people were asking. How much is going to be per family. Not between sixty and eighty. And 'cause you know bobby. The price per pound in getting was just aka as a turkey at here. Some fucking stuffing a a legit complete meal and so sooner had put that up everybody started doting sixty sixty sixty seventy. Seventy sixty seventy eighty. You know because it's like you said maybe you have some shoot today careers like okay. 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You know he's hungry 'cause he's town me he knows giving regardless so he doesn't need to tell me a sob story. He's telling me 'cause he's fucking hungry and another thing. This is something. This conversation happened in la in november. Which i i'm glad i teach some people's minds in front of me because they will tell me. Why are you doing this. You know like why like not seen edina and in and not saying whatever they're like. Why are you feeding allowed. These families wanted just wanna freeloading. You know these are the ami their field off welfare. I'm late so what are they doing on. That's where our tax money goes. I'd rather my tax mini. Go to families in the then to bombing innocent civilians overseas personally meet. That's me and let gear but you know had so many bad experiences like specially at the time correlated but just people see. I'm telling you that people pass by lego man committee fifteen minutes i gotta right out but combined fifteen minutes you'll inches on me. 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Miami-Dade Police Arrest Raul Mata In 2004 Cold Case Murder Of Teen Stepdaughter Dilcia Mejia
"A 16 year old girl who was found murdered in a northwest Miami Dade home 16 years ago, is charged in connection with her killing. Please say 46 year old role model was nabbed at his California home and charged with first degree murder in the stabbing death of Dilcia Mahia assistant chief Armando Aguilar says DNA evidence found on his neck. The scene led to the arrests very unfortunate. But she this young lady Was in the same household with a person that she trusted was the one that ultimately took her life. No word yet on a motive. Mata is being extradited to Miami Day to face charges. President Trump has
Breonna Taylor's boyfriend sues over his arrest
"A lawyer for beyond Taylor's family set a plea deal was offered to an accused drug trafficker that would have forced him to implicate Taylor, who was killed by police in a raid on her home in March Louisville's top prosecutor acknowledged the existence of the document but said, it was part of a preliminary plea negotiations with the man charged with illegal drug trafficking and not an attempt to smear. Taylor. Taylor Family Attorney Sam Jar posted a photo on social media. Monday that he said was a plea offer jamarcus glover from prosecutors. The photo of the document appear to show Taylor listed as a CO defendant in illegal activities leading up to April twenty second weeks after her death why would they put her name on their? said in a statement sent to the news media, it's outrageous Jefferson county. Commonwealth's attorney Tom Wine said the document was quote a draft that was part of pre-indictment plea negotiations. Taylor. Was Fatally Shot March thirteenth in her home by police serving a narcotic search warrant as part of a wide ranging police operation targeting glover Taylor's former boyfriend glover and others were arrested on drug trafficking charges. The Night Taylor was shot. The shooting has sparked months of protests in Louisville by activists who along with celebrities athletes have called for the officers to be charged in her death. Wine recused himself in May from an investigation into the police actions on the night Taylor was killed Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office is now handling that investigation which Cameron has indicated is nearing a conclusion. Wine issued a statement Monday saying Taylor was never a CO defendant in the case against glover. Those drafts posted by Aguilar were never part of the court record and are not court documents. Wine said wind said when he was advised the plea discussions quote out of respect for Ms Taylor I directed that Ms Brianna Taylor's name be removed. whine provided a copy of what he said was the final lead deal offered to glover, which did not include her name but did list her address as a place where glover picked up mail packages Aguilar said Tuesday he received the photo of the plea deal with. Taylor's name on it from Glover's family wine said, his final offer was sent to glover on July twenty. First that offer said Glover would have to accept the deal for a ten year sentence on a dozen drug charges by July twenty first glover down the deal wine said glover implicated Taylor in his criminal activity in jail phone calls to Taylor jail phone calls reported by news media show glover called Taylor. Twenty. Six Times in early January including some calls to ask her to help him gather bond money. The plea document furnished by wine also said Glover kept some of his money at Taylor's address.
Mescalero Apache officials praise COVID-19 response, urge residents to stay vigilant
"The National Native News Antonio Gonzales officials of the Mescalero Apache tribe in new. Mexico are asking tribal citizens to remain vigilant and taking Cova nineteen precautions as more state restrictions begin to left Mescalero Apache President Gabe Aguilar in a video message to residents on the reservation says the tribe and its citizens have done well following tribal health and safety measures tribe has learned how To react when we receive a new case, you know when this first started to hear people test positive one, two or three. We kind of got a little frantic. We kinda got low excited know how are we GONNA do? How are we going that we? Really? Didn't know how to to take care of individuals that are positive. But now. Here we got one case. We just know what we gotta do. We know our job we move forward we isolate individuals. And then we we actually get them help for food water and We get them all checked in contact tracing Aguilar says, the tribe has not had many new cases in recent weeks adding it's not time to let the guard down in July the tribe close the reservation and some businesses after positive Cova nineteen cases nearly doubled a matter of days since testing began in March the lockdown lasted fourteen days and was lifted a few hours early after tribal officials deemed the response successful as a Monday officials say there are four active positive cove in nineteen cases in quarantine, and there have been a total of sixty seven positive cases on the reservation. And, indigenous lead twelve hour virtual voter registration drive was held over the weekend a coalition of Twenty six native groups organized the radicalized the vote event which included a number of speakers, dance and drum groups, individual artists, community leaders, and culture bearers from across the country elder and native advocate. Eighth Spotted Eagle talked about using voting powers to enhance tribal communities protect native ways of live spotted Eagle talked about her run for office in South Dakota which she did not win but says was still impactful with the registration of sixteen hundred native people. We actually had influence in the county vote. I could have one but winning wasn't important. We won by representation by showing up have executive agency and actually working together because on the night of the vote, the people were calling and they were saying, we have not seen at many Indian cars pulling up to the voting place that made me feel like we did win we did win after all. So we're making our story stronger. We have had so many have nots but now is the day that would this self agency where moving to get away with the colonial concept is to embrace and replace. So. If you do not show up to vote, you have been erased. And another vote is going to replace you the twelve hour lineup promoted getting out the native vote in twenty twenty and also to increase political engagement of native people for years to come. Cove nineteen has added Challenges for native communities including halting in-person outreach efforts. The radicalized the native vote online campaign includes a portal where users can their voter information and network with other indigenous people this election year. The Rapid City Journal reports and impeachment hearing will take place on the Pine Ridge reservation in. South Dakota for lawless Sioux Tribal President Julian bear runner over allegations. He had inappropriate contact with a seventeen year old bear renner not comment to the newspaper. The hearing is set for September fourteenth. The council reportedly voted in August to suspend the president and hold an impeachment hearing. I'm Antonio
Man charged in carjacking that left 13-year-old girl dead in Pico Rivera, southeast Los Angeles County
"Ah probationer charged with stealing a van and pickle. Rivera and killing a 13 year old girl has been charged with capital murder and other crimes. Isabella Cortez and her three siblings were in the running van Sunday when Jose a Gill are allegedly jumped in two of the siblings were able to get out. Police say the 13 year the 13 year old and an eight year old brother were forced out of the van is Aguilar sped away. The boy was seriously hurt, but survived. Angular crashed a short time later, he allegedly tried to carjack another driver before he was caught by
Remains of missing Fort Hood soldier identified, lawyer says
"A lawyer for a missing Fort Hood soldier says U. S. Army investigators have positively identified her remains Rachel Ozer Lindley with member station Keira reports. In a statement, the family's lawyer says the army confirmed that the bones, hair and other remains found belonged to Vanessa G. N G N had been missing since April 22nd. Investigators say a male suspect in the case specialist Aaron David Robinson, killed her with a hammer and recruited another woman, Sicily, Aguilar to help him mutilate and hide the body. Robinson shot and killed himself as he was being approached by law enforcement.
The Mescalero Apache Tribe declares a state of emergency as COVID-19 cases start to emerge
"This is national news. I'm in Prenton Gonzales. The Mescalero Apache tribe in New Mexico declared a state of emergency Monday as tests confirm the first cases of covid nineteen on the reservation in New Mexico. At least four people tested positive for the disease. The tribe says it's waiting on the results of some six hundred other tests. Mescalero ordered lockdown businesses and public establishments for at least the next two weeks. The tribe is also closing tribal government offices to the public. The order puts restrictions on individuals movements and asks that one member of each household use Tuesdays and Thursdays for buying food and other essentials. The tribe is closing entrances to tribal land although the main highway through the reservation remains open. Mescalero president gave Aguilar told Q. E. T. V. The measures are away to protect the tribe. He says merely urging people to practice physical distancing failed to keep the virus from spreading an out of state. Seafood worker is the first person to test positive for coronavirus in the city of Valdez. Alaska officials say the infection was caught through. Routine. Testing Louisa. Castroville is Acting Infectious Disease Program Manager for the Alaska Department of Health and social services in video conference Monday. She said it's not clear yet. How the individual contract the virus it's individual came to Alaska from the lower forty-eight in late April and Co was quarantined. Onsite there for two weeks because as some demonic during that timeframe as well and there's been working on campus since then and has not left. It's not clear the source of the infection whether this was something that was picked up locally since the person had been there for a month or whether this is the test that we're seeing the positive result if it's picking up virus that might have been An infection in the distant past. And we're just seeing residual virus from that Castro deal says health officials are working to determine anyone who may have come in contact with the infected person. Alaska officials remain vigilant as the commercial fishing season is getting underway and thousands of people. Come from all over the world to work and processing facilities. The state has a little over four hundred positive cases of covid nineteen total as of the start of this week. The regional hospital in gnome close to the public. After an employee tested for the coronavirus. The Norton Sound Health Corporation expected employees to go back to work Tuesday after all of them are tested for the virus. Katie Oh news reports. The facilities were subjected to afford a extensive cleaning on Friday. The city manager issued an emergency order restricting travel into nome and mandating a two week quarantine for anyone traveling into the city from the outside. Some face masks sent to the Navajo nation through a company established by a former White House. Aide may be inadequate to properly protect those who wear them the news organization Propublica reports almost two hundred fifty thousand of the masks sent by a company headed by former White House. Deputy Chief of Staff Zach Pontus may not fit the guidelines established by the Food and Drug Administration propublica reports. The total cost for the masks is around eight hundred thousand dollars. The report goes on to say that in another one hundred. Thirty thousand masks are not the kind specified in the procurement data. The News Organization Says Flint is secured. The three million dollar deal with the Indian health services. Eleven days after he formed the company the sell personal protective equipment. Ihs officials say the masks are unsuitable for medical use. The regional office is determining whether to return them flint told propublica his connections to the White House played no role in his company selection as a provider for IHS the Navajo nation has the highest per capita rate of corona virus infections in the nation with National Native News. I'm Mark Hughes.
Virtual Indigenous commencement celebrates 2020 Indigenous graduates
"This is national native news. Antonio Gonzales the Mescalero Apache tribe is calling for the resignation of us. Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Tara. Sweeney the New Mexico tribe sent a letter to president trump this week raising concerns about Sweeney's ties to Alaskan native corporations and their inclusion in the eight billion dollars and treble cove in nineteen relief aid in the Cares Act Mescalero. Apache president gave Aguilar believed Sweeney has a conflict of interest as a former businesswoman. For An Alaskan Native Corporation. Aguilar says Mescalero is joining other tribes. Which have already called for her to resign. Time of quogue nineteen. We've been working very hard with the with everybody in the federal government working with our lobbyists and we just been trying to push and push it has come to our attention that You know mysteriously has tried to a lot corporation you know it's money set aside for tribes or a bunch of tribal leaders have been on calls. We've been talking and saying how unfair this was you know so we didn't feel it was right so we. I'm of us. We went ahead and just says you know what it's right. We can't have somebody in there representing you know. Other corporations besides tribes in mid April the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's association similar letter to the trump administration accusing Sweeney of seeking to divert emergency treble cove in nineteen eight to Alaska native corporations a spokesperson from the Interior Department. Said it's false. Sweeney has attempted to divert funds away from American Indians and on the talk show native America calling Tuesday Sweeney commented about the controversy. I want to reiterate the I am and will continue to be committed to supporting all American Indians. And Alaskan natives My approach has always been focused on inclusiveness transparency and partnerships and I was raised with high ethical standards and I take those responsibilities seriously I made sure that my participation was evaluated by career ethics officials who determine that there was no statutory or regulatory prohibitions in the administration's ethics pledge that would limit my participation in consulting with Treasury As they went to implement the the Cares Act the issue of Alaska native corporations eligibility for Tribal Cares Act. Funding isn't federal court. Sweeney declined to comment on the litigation. Meanwhile tribal leaders including Aguilar say. They're waiting on much-needed treble cove. Nineteen relief aid. Several national organizations are hosting the event virtual indigenous commencement on facebook Friday. They're recognizing native students as cove in nineteen has cancelled graduation ceremonies and celebrations across the country. Graduates families and friends can share photos videos or comments. Melvin Monette Beraha says President and CEO of indigenous education. One of the hosts he says are already more than forty five hundred participants. Beautiful are excited to be able to share their photos People do feel a little bad. I think that they are not receiving their cap and gown Like they were going to so. We're asking people's supposed excited pictures of their treatment in their personal celebration. Maybe they're in their traditional regalia. Maybe they're not maybe photos of them throughout the year just to share who they are and what they're going to do next. The celebration is for graduates of all grades. The Hash Tags are twenty twenty native Grad and deer native graduates. The virtual commencement will continue through this summer. I Antonio's Gonzales.
"aguilar" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast
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"aguilar" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast
"Get angsty give go ahead. Yeah I'm the first month when I was driving out there I'd be that still the same was fucking will come out. Like thought motherfucking. The focus goal is now tighter Pingli. I got tired of being late because fuck like that even late. Two three minutes from when you're supposed to hour and a half or that and everybody knows cosby like when nightclub in by clump into work Eric. I brought this up thrown under the bus but I got like marked for not showing up on time for a month straight in I. I go full the water canteen I go. Do everything appears I go change. Get ready clocking one Manley everyday proves because I was starting my ritual. You're like say winning that noon at started a fifty five so to me six minutes. So that's a fucking party line eleven thirty Chilin but all right. I'll start my routine. Eleven fifty you know. At the time I went in noon and like Oh what a chain of nothing to use it. I was late so I started clocking in earlier and I started doing whatever else did everybody clocks can get any and then we'll get ready goes gets their starbuck of mature movie under the bus but don't hold me accountable like for fucking whatever if every house gets gets a pass to do whatever they looked at the things and they'll fuck anyways doing ten fifteen minutes of whatever and where did you you just before I lost my train wreck before you had said like my dad. Had No. He's coming down that's Tito. We'll get them into podcast. He just liked this show. I mean he not to show he liked the the whole relaxed while so why not upstairs conduct on the show you did was take shit..
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"Her start singing on the road with her father. She was already a well established name in Mexican regional music but then she was introduced to a larger letting x audience. When when she was asked to sing her rendition of Lorna at the twenty eighteen? Latin grammys and there. She received a Standing Ovation Knows she was nominated for two. Latin grammys that year and in twenty nine thousand nine. A Halo was up for her first Grammy Award her album. Primero Soy Maki. Ghana competed in the category of best regional Mexican music album. She didn't take home the award but that is just getting started in our conversation. I asked him about repping. Mikiko her social media love affair and how she found her singing voice Gilette. Welcome to Latino. USA thank you so much. I'm very happy to be here speaking. Yeah of that. Latin grammys performance. That moment that was kind of huge I mean again you are ranchera legacy probably everybody. Everybody knew about it. Baggy leads little girl and you're like royalty because of that but the Latin Grammy Moment when you chose to sing your Jonah was really kind of your introduction to a much larger Latino Latina audience in the United States so did did it feel like that to you. Did it feel like domain deliberation even though it wasn't your keen Sangeeta but kind of like. Oh my God. She's being presented now to the world. See us no because six hours before the actual Lake Grammy Celebration Russian. I was still thinking of like my harmonies and I was thinking of those things and then I was like wait for Kelly. Ed's father is like Valley Yankee. My Luma Greece. Daniela like it was just like a huge huge thing for me and I.
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"I do remember that a long time. AGO would be scared when when there was a customer there was going to go live with like five thousand users ride and we were like my God I hope that system can can handle that and now we have basically legalize with with literally millions of users and so it's very very completely different different game and I think our big challenges and engineer organization is to to make sure that we can anticipate the business grow growth in we can build technology. There is going to be ahead of the earth so for us. It's all about business growth for us. It's about business growth and so if we were kind of the business was at the stage where we were on boarding thousands of users. We need to make sure that we the system can do ten thousand users right and so we basically need to be always one order of magnitude ahead of business growth. That's a huge challenge for a company like us where literally rolling in the span of this interview hundreds of thousands of people indicator doctor right and so we always need to make sure that the technology can scale much much faster than on the business so a long octaves growth you have expanded into this customer identity segment mint and from what I can tell this is. This is the largest product adjacency that you have moved into the largest brand new product adjacency. I mean obviously it's related to the core workforce identity product but it's something different customer identity. If I'm trying to manage the identity of my customers of my e commerce company or my media company that's a very different product than managing managing the identity of people who are working for me. So what have you learned in the process of building out that product adjacency yeah absolutely I think one of the things that that I just mentioned as well was you know in the workforce or the house there there is a lot of companies that have millions of employees right but on the customer side of the House that is a lot of companies that have millions of customers so it's definitely a different rent game as as as you mentioned and I think the biggest thing that that we have found is that the actual kind of infrastructure structure in the API monitoring becomes much more complex when you're talking about people that are going to be authenticating literally millions of the customers that are going to have people are going to be indicating really millions of times. A month versus an employee that would offend kate. Maybe once a week in maybe once an because then they're they're going to whatever they use for for their their business right. Also this despite there are some very interesting interesting specs that we see when people go live with new products or services but I I think the biggest learning has been or us the way we have to tune the monitoring to understand the use cases of our customers I in in what's important for them and so I think that we are we have been getting very good at understanding what our customers are doing with our product in there are kind of different different different ways to think about it and depending on what they're doing and what their businesses so for example of you are grocery store that has potentially intially thousands of ovarian millions of customers that want to get coupons every specific day then we know kind of how the usage patterns Ktar and so we have to build into our migrants so that we know that everything's fine for that particular use case whereas we have other customers that have kind of pro lives in things that are sending that that happened all the time then we also need to get ready for that and also the depth of customers that are like a set schedule of things that happened in every month so basically what what I'm trying to say is that we have to tuning and monitoring that the Taylor's very specific use cases in the consumer space. It's much much more than the workforce I identity in in in the variety of those cases. It's exponential as well okay last couple of questions. Tell him that you believe about modern software engineering hearing that I would be unlikely to hear from anyone else. I'll give you a two and these are two things that are really really embedded..
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"You've been with OCTA for seven years and the ORG has grown a lot in that time. Can you describe how the Engineering Org structure has evolved since you joined the company and how it looks today yeah absolutely I mean when when I joined we're very small. I think we've probably had like maybe ten people in Engineering Service was very very small. We have hundreds of people now in engineering but I think the core thing was that I think that they were getting station on structure has evolved as much as the company in the business has has evolved. We're very lucky and knocking on wood here but we do have a lot of people that have stayed in the company for many many years as well. We have people that have been here three four five six seven years so we have a lot of the same people that were in the company when the company was a startup continues to be in the company because again they're excited yeah about the mission they believe the work that they do is impactful and they basically have evolved with the company as well and so they have created basically teams around them and so we're constantly obviously improving the talent the talent pool as well but also the company has evolved to the point that I think one one big thing that I that I think I could give you as that's an example of a structure that has changed is that before we used to have a team that would just develop letting the product any features in the same same team would basically look at performance reliability so it's basically years one team and at one point in evolution of fog that we decided that it was sawed such a critical thing to make sure that we thought like an infrastructure service that we actually divided the team into the team that only deals we'd good infrastructure scale ability reliability technical operations and a team that deals with the product features a huge transition for us because at that time the plot management team didn't appreciate that we're basically really like carving out a big piece of the engine organization with with really strong architects were we're only going to be looking at really bitten bites and not any features and then also big transition for the company but it proved to be something there was very very powerful very powerful message organization until this point. I mean we have our ratio of people that are only focused on that and these are not just the traditional system operators. I mean these are engineers engineers architects that have been in the valley for many many years that are developing products that are only focused focused on on API performance on reliability on his Kabila on on like self healing and they're not basically they cannot be distracted for example by by customer feature that we need to release very quickly they they are only focused on the infrastructure of the service on the core kind of bones and beaten bites of the service that basically one example but I mean it. The transition has been quite big of you think if you think about kind of how the company has has grown over the past few years what's the hardest engineering problem You're solving today at OCTA. I think the hardest problem there's a lot of problems in part of my job is always being worried about kind of the next thing and all the being paranoid but I think the hardest problem is just to make sure that as an engineer station we can get ahead of the business growth and we've been very fortunate. The business continues to grow our customer getting bigger and the types of challenges that we saw are getting are getting bigger and more complex..
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"Produce a business at work report every every year where we actually show all of the Trans implications in what people are doing with with application network so yeah big big thing for us one of the trends in the last ten years has been the growth of API company so it's obviously box has an API but the boxes also a rich platform where you're managing files the more recent things that people think of as API products products are things like Twi- Leo or like Stripe how does octa integrate with these different kinds of API's is there anything notably notably different about octopus integration with the API companies relative to the more classic SASS product types. We'll we are an API company in the sense that there is a lot of customers that are using OCTA for the product and service so the traditional workforce workforce is one of our areas the other side is basically using octave API's to power your system so there are some even consumer websites that are using OCTOPI is that you're not even be able to tell that octaves behind the scenes and in authenticating the user but customers can actually use her API's and when we we started having that kind of line of business we basically started getting really good at really indicating API's so for example we can be an an open been ID token provider for example where people can actually secure those is API access management with OCTA in so that's basically more on on the a CTO said that I was talking about where we actually become really authentication for those services and we can give you can of tokens where you could even kind of indicate your own services so now in a world of micro services for example where you even want to authenticate your own API is you could also use Oxen Open Eddie provider in have client ideas and in create kind of authentic gators all built in October. Now that is a very very different thing than what we have been in describing us us basically the workforce or connecting to cloud services. This is more of like what a developer would do you go to for example developer DOT COM and and you're trying to build an indication for API's. It's going to be a very very different experience that you go to to our website in and go to our workforce side which is more of off again this year versus the CTO so yeah I mean the short answer is very very very different world but actors an identity platform we also so think about not only indicating people but also getting services nothing getting APS. I'd like to walk through a you log in with octa in some technical detail. Can you just explain what happens when a user logs into OCTA OCTA give me some of the breakdown of the security key management and the workflow of different services behind the scenes while that is one of the things that I think is part of our value develop W. bring to our customers that we make the complex. Look very very simple so let me there are a number of things that that could be involved in in an actor anticipation. I'M GONNA try to do is one of the most common ones would would may or may not be one of the simple so let's say you want to authenticate to you click. Let's let's say you you get an email and you get a link from sells for record that you wanna that you wanna see so the way it works. Is that UC a salesforce link on email email then you click on it in your browser. It's going to take you to that. SALESFORCE page. salesforce knows that you're trying to access a specific attendant. Then salesforce is configured to use OCTA or cellphones now dad four so we'll know that occupies your entity provider and so then salesforce is basically going to redirect you to Octa with some magic redirection and then your browser is actually going to show an OCTA page and it's going to be your sign on page. There's going to be customized to you so you're we already know the tenant. We're GONNA show you whatever page it's customized to meet whatever your tenant anemic and then he's probably going to be using Password Ryan the most simple simple scenario so you'd have been your username tapping your password dad since those grand French else to Octa they're not there are some policies that are evaluated and then at that point. We evaluate where you're coming from. If you're you're even allowed to the authenticate if you have any GEO location restrictions for example if you have any specific policies around your advice about your around your Ip address anything thing that gets gets evaluated in the policy so let's say you're policy requires a multi factor authentication so then at that point. We're going to return different pages to you you so that you can use one of the multi factor that you have configured and let's say that that factories push notification to your watch and so at that point the page that we send you it just going to be like hey you're going to be receiving push notification accepted and then at that point the backend is GonNa via the APN if you're using or whatever they apple push notification service or the notification service. You're going to get it to watch in your watch. You're going to see the location of their request. You're going to get some information you get in your watch. You say except that except go through different low. Obviously whatever you're watching using for wildfire lt and it's that's that's GonNa talk them out. There is going to make that connection is going to know that okay. I just had a partial session and the verification from the second factor that is going to create create a strongest indication now okay now. We know who you are now. We know who you are and then we're going to send that wasn't gonNA basically create a similar assertion and then we're gonNA that is really a token of you. Will that that we provide for your browser so that you can actually present that to salesforce so that can it gets to your browser. In the form of direct. You're basically to to salesforce salesforce will basically verified that signed by OCTA and they were so usually previous trust that was created when sales were initially configured and then finally cells. I will say okay no who you are. The salvation will have everything that they need to authorize. Is You and then you're. GonNa see the page that you had access to. That's a simple one. I can give you a little bit more complex. One wonderful now this. L. Associates one facet of OCTA. Which is that okay? This is core infrastructure and it needs to be quite fast and there's a lot of integration points. There's a lot of network hops so I'm wondering kind of instrumentation do you you have to be able to understand the trace of all of these different network hops and to be able to to diagnos latency issues that might be occurring along this complicated request path which by the way is just one of. I don't know how many integrations you have but you need. You must have some kind of standard instrumentation infrastructure for being able to detect. What's what's going on in this kind of trace. Can you tell me about that yeah. In this particular scenario I choose not to use multiple multiple identity providers or delegates indication for example averse an observer or some active directors indication there was involved in this flow which happens also for certain certain authentication paths right so you're absolutely right aware monarchic about monitoring and I guess the simplest answer is there is a request I I did that is basically past left and right but there is also a lot of systems that are involved in this and so we also are redone in the way we monitor our service and so we have several approach for ABM sold for log management and so we can actually track all of this and all of the of everything that is happening and we can tell of these requests Chris together but we cannot monitor that at human speed right that would be impossible at this scale that we are and so we also have created a lot awed of alerts and dashboards in curious sticks in analytics around all of these requests that are happening in our system and one thing that is I don't know how how unique it is but it was definitely unique ten years ago. Maybe I don't know if it's still unique now but our testing what's traditional like. Qa team team are testing is basically engineers that are not only kind of like doing the traditional black box testing. They're basically writing tests. In reading synthetic transactions sounds that are constantly having a doctor but in the just monitor what's going on but in addition to that they also create dashboard also create automated alerts they also create these humoristic to identify trends are are changing in that basically how we can monitor and react very quickly hopefully hopefully before customers nor or is there is there is a problem and then once kind of our automated systems alert. We have basically all the traceability of everything that is going on and we have threats halls across everything that I talked about for for example in delegated authentication when we have to negate to another system that is constantly being monitored when we train where even like a few customers are seeing light delays that basically triggers what we call tribal alert and those travel alerts go to allure of architects and engineers that are basically looking to see if there's a problem and if we we are anti that there is something that could potentially cause problems then they engineer calls what we called a flare and then when you call a flare is basically pager duty eh calling a number of again architects engineers and managers just looking to see if there could be any any customer impact after that we escalate to other phases of yellow. Oh and read just to make sure that we can try to take things that are not doing great in the service even before customers start noticing but again. This is something thing that we have evolved over ten years and over. Obviously I'm over simplifying it but yeah you hit the nail on the head. I mean we have to have traceability for everything that is happening because the complexity it is incredible and also this has to happen within seconds ready. Milliseconds looking for a job is painful and if you are in software and you you have the skill set needed to get a job in technology. It can sometimes seem very strange that it.
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"If if you will right so we would be developing those applications they ended up being kind of like a fixed hard headcorn classes in China that will connect to those services eventually. It was very obvious to us that we needed to really take more of like a platform approach and so over the years we basically created a fool on Meta data based architecture so that we can develop these applications much much faster. They're kind of new services calm along in some cases. We don't even have to write code because at the end of the day you start looking at kind of things that are common across multiple services and then and you just need to configure its own becomes marriages configuring a template of you will template icing this this this conversation so over the years we have evolved that piece he's but he's definitely one of the biggest things that that we are. I think I would say that October three things so we are an infrastructure company we are security company and we are of course an integration company company and not necessarily in that order and integrations has been really big for us as I said we haven't made a data system to do all of that we have application analysts that can and tweak or fixing application very very quickly but also we have a lot of risk based monitoring because it's it's almost trying to live in a world where eh a lot of it is unknown and also you don't really control it because for example tomorrow one of the thousands and thousands of providers that we support could change their API without telling us because of course there they don't have to tell us and so we need to be able to take that and fix it very quickly now of course we have really good partnerships with a lot of ISP's but there are some smaller vs that are not even going to know that they're breaking integration with other other singles protocol or the provisioning protocol so a lot of what we do and this is very big for us is being able to monitor identify patterns identifier can of kind of regression so that we can react very quickly. Try to find that's many microaggressions we have and also being able to evolve. These applications as new services are added in addition to that. We also create framework so that customers can build their own applications so if you have an internal build system Hawk that doesn't have to build that application anymore that used to be a time when we did now. It's basically more more of like a platform approach where customers can actually build their own integrations and that basically exploded as well in terms of the numbers at one point. I remember several real years ago. We were we had about three or four thousand applications in there what we call the integration network and when I did a quick search to see how many customers awesome had build their own applications. The number was about thirteen thousand and so it's definitely more than a order of magnitude because once you let customers is built on your platform and they have they may have like five or ten internally build applications that they want to integrate that in the numbers becomes really exponential and just fast forward two four three three four five years and then that that continues to grow last not least which is also very important integration is that we we also extended our reach because before we only used to do cloud applications now we can do on premise and now we can even do locations behind the firewall so applications that even our our system whereas the developers do not even have access to you can still build them with on premise provisioning or on premise single sign on that we can that we can support as as well so the number of applications has grown dramatically over the years and we also do and because of that we also have a lot of data and we.
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"I'm I'm curious. As to how quickly you would move in that direction or or if you would even move in that direction because maybe it doesn't even matter that much. Maybe that's not something you even care about that much. Because every you know the thing that's most important is reliability ability. Maybe this is just such an important server component that you just don't even want to mess with it so as kind of a case study in OCTA OCTO infrastructure. How have you approached the newer containerization options yeah so the reality is that as the OCTA architecture has evolved. Also products have evolved as well right. We have new offerings. We have kind of new things that we're offering to our customers. So I'll give you one example a long time ago. We didn't have an elder interface we basically build our own directory so we can be the master for for users but our API's were not held up compatible and so we started basically having customer that actually wanted to connect systems that we're using the API directly to OCTA and we didn't have an interface for that and so we had to build a new interface a new translation layer of you will that would take the elder API's and and translate them into something Dr Understand that when they were two options one option could be you know. Put it in in the indexing system. Just tell you even more code to the Latte translation layer and then you're done and the other option was basically to say hey logistic followed the technologies that are out there right now in how we can leverage them and see see we can create our surveys that it's kind of look more modern and gives us all of the kind of new things that that we could get from containers from anything that uses right and so we decided to actually go with the micro service and so they held up interphase that customers can use it's actually backed by a micro service and then micro service statelet service that basically those that translation and that's build with containers and build kind of all of kind of new new new things that are out there now so it's a matter of like anything that these new we tried to leverage kind of the new technologies and the new stuff that it's out there that is also changing very very quickly and then for the stuff that is kind of more legacy gacy would try to find when is the right time to basically extract maybe a portion of an and make it an tried to use the new technologies but there's stuff that is going to continue to work and it's going to be avert reliable so we don't really want to touch it and when we touch it we wanna make sure that we converted in a way that we always have a fallback mechanism. That's why does any any change that where we actually touch model that module that has been working for like now five ten years it really takes months if not years for us to make ktar transition so we were very very good for about it but we of course we. WanNa try to leverage the latest things that are out there so we do have an initiatives that are kind of taking some of those modules in evaluating when we need to use can newark new technologies but everything new and so being kind of in whatever kind of new architectures are out there and so being being based in does something at the heart of autism engineering is integrations so as you said in your initial description of the product if I get an OCTA account when I sign up for the company if I.
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"Nedeli so everything is cloud how from the beginning multi tenant from the Beginning Beginnings Scalable enact cloud way in from the beginning basically to be to be a service and describe the software architecture as it stands today. Obviously the infrastructure options on aws have improved a lot. You've also got a whole variety Bridie of other cloud providers. You could be using you've got a variety of virtualization tech and containerization technologies you could be using what does the software stack doc look like today. Well are so forth. STUCCO has evolved right. If you think about ten years ago I'm not even sure that contains existed. Certainly docker was not what what it is right now and so are architecture has evolved but if you look at its traditional enter breast doc where we have basically multiple tiers of of St Louis servers bag by a database and a bunch of caching engines and and back in jobs so we're building Java I would say ninety five percent of the product is built in Java and we're back by my sequel databases many of them and then we use radius for cashing in also pc so and a high level we asked we we started learning about new services of aws for example would really look into what other services that we could leverage but also very careful about not just chasing the latest it is shiny thing because a big thing for us is reliability from the very early we we understood that we were building infrastructure service and a low of our customers kind of think about US power Internet you know if you have a business cannot continue cannot work especially the customers that are using us to back their their service identity in relevant is incredibly parliament for them and so because of that we cannot put our architecture at risk so what we do is that anytime there is a new series that we wanna use we typically create an obstruction before even started to trying it out so that we could always kind of have ensure that there's no single point of failure in the architecture and so I would say that the way they architecture has evolved has been mostly around reliability and skull ability in the sense that had we need to understand the failure mode for all of our components and at different levels of stack and make sure that the stem is able to work around those failure modes and react very very quickly and hopefully at computer speed and not not human speed and so as you know I mean this is infrastructure services that are out there they they don't provide redundancy by themselves so or did they provide redundancy. We cannot even rely on that. Redundancy is basically building an architecture where we can build redundancy on on top of redundancy and we can make sure that at any point in the architecture there's no single point of failure that has been there the relive Lucien of of the architecture and everything that we have been adding is built that way so for example if if we need to send an SMS if we want to send an SMS as part of your factor so that you type in your user name your the password and then we also send you an SMS message right well we cannot rely on the SMS provider because Sims providers could also be having a problem so we have two of them and so and we automatically are doing dynamic routing communes that if one of the providers he's telling problems or we our customers have not we have basically some curious is that we have built into the system and the system will automatically switch to other providers and we have to at any at any any of the architecture so it's not only the services that we use Broza how how we use them to ensure nursing failure.
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"Actor Aguilar welcome to Software Engineering daily thank you thanks for having me. It's great to have you you joined OCTA in two thousand twelve and we're GonNa talk about your journey and the OCTA product right and how often has evolved describe what the product did when you joined. What did OCTA do well. I think initially OCTA was focused on basically single sign on the idea that you would need to have credentials to multiple cloud services services that you need to get your work done and OCTA started a product that would allow you to have a single credential for everything that that you would use to to get your work done and so if we go back eight years ago there were a lot of cloud services certainly less than now but there were still alive glossaries already. You have yourselves. Force your box your dropbox and anything that that you would use cloud service in the idea would be to have a single sign on for for everything that you had. That's that was a long time ago. Why is that kind of identity management useful. Why do we need a product for that that well. I think there are several issues we'd identity. The first one is really security ride you what was happening back. Then is is that organizations were provisioning all of these accounts to these cloud services and then you would have to set up a password for each of those cloud services all of those cloud services would have different password restrictions different security settings and then at the end of the day the user would have to remember all those passwords and so what ends up happening is that did you end up writing all of your passwords in like little posted node which is not great in addition to that if one of those services gets compromised and you're using the same password for all of those services ervices obviously all of your services get compromised as well and so the idea of having gone a single sign on protocols with strong indication so that you can sign in in once get kind of strong authentication multi factor and then you basically get access to everything that you need was and continues to be very appealing to our customers so that's kind of one thing from the security perspective from the second aspect is the provisioning of all of these accounts to all of those services used to be. MANOHLA swell ride you have to go to box and imprecision a user and then go to salesforce impression user and OCTA also allows you to actually provisions and provisions those account that means that when an employee joins one of our customers they automatically get probation to all of the services all of them all of the services that they're going to need to their their work kind of day one and that's basically one of the one of the Nice Nice things about October that your day one experience becomes really great in addition Asian to that when somebody leaves the company or when you have to the provisional employees will go on the prohibition they accounts or suspend the accounts on on all of those services which means that because that's done automatically as well you don't have the concern of users having access to your your company data after they leave the company which was also again one of the problems that we had as an industry longtime ago so there's a few types of products that I'd like to contrast with Octa just to help listeners who are unfamiliar with this this kind of product so I run a small company for example. We're based around Google APPS and Google title APPs is my notion of identity and it works for us pretty well because we only have a couple of employees. We don't have a large scale all employees based. We don't have a bunch of new accounts that need to be provisioned on a regular basis. How does OCTA differ from that kind of experience experience the experience of the small business owner who just uses google APPs for their identity well. I mean everything that I have described. So far is the perk that we have eight years years ago. The broadcast has evolved quite a bit so the problems that I was talking about is basically the way the company started. That'd really looking at the exact problem that you're talking about. When you have a small kind of business that has let's say let's say goal as as their email and maybe be there on a document repository. That's basically how they start using OCTA but then I'm using it hub and I'm sure you're probably going to start juicing gear up for your backtracking definitely get hub right and maybe they'll use confluence. Maybe you'll use some sort of wiki pages or maybe you'll use. Amazon web services is due to provision your infrastructure. Maybe you'll have some monitoring systems like maybe maybe sumo logic us wipe front or Zombie so oh at the end of the day. It's not only what you use for collaboration. It's also anything that you use to really run your run your product and I'm talking about engineering engineering but eventually you're going to be using quick books. You're GONNA be using nets with. You're going to be using salesforce as well and so. All of these services is exactly what OCTA can can do for small businesses and again. That's that's how we started and so now you have this concept of an identity for your company in any employee can get provisioned into all of those services and if they are engineering they will get basically access to get help and maybe confidence and maybe Jira and maybe whatever you use for backtracking whatever you use for your roadmap planning and then anybody that joins finance will also in addition to go account. They'll get their salesforce account. Maybe the nets with account and so at the end of the day you really really create a central view for that entity in your company in how that I did use for all of the services that you use and that's basically when when companies are a small right ask. The companies continued to grow. You're going to continue to need access to old more services and that's basically how continued to evolve into really becoming a platform former identity for everything that you use because it's not only the cloud services that use maybe you'll have some internal systems. Maybe you develop your own your own provisioning learning system for for accounts in in your own service for example well. OCTA can connect to it or in the more can of newer scenarios. Maybe you're a small company that doesn't even want to build at entity on product use the platform product which is basically the second part of our business that we also have where we can actually manage the windy for your product as well so that our customers that have gone beyond what we call the workforce which is people are using cloud services to actually embedding OCTA into their service. Because of course we are entities so we have. Api so you can actually directly call our API's to actually power your entity for whatever product or service you're developing so we have the developer side and the it side of you will so you have everything that I have that have been talking about this kind of what the CIO would be interested interested in or the the director of it would be interested in but we also have kind of what the city are would be interested in which is really using OCTOPI is to build this platform do power identity for their service and then they don't have to worry about not only username and password but also they don't have to worry about multi factor indication supporting multiple standards words. I Dunno phase of ide- or thumb authentication all of that can be done via. Just OCTOPI is so the first engineering earing challenge that stands out for a product like OCTA is that you essentially have the security properties properties of a password manager and that means that you could in a worst case scenario you could have this this honeypot of password password information that if it was exposed it would really created a significant security problem for a customer so security is something it's been paramount to the product from day one can you describe how security management factors into the engineering nearing process at. OCTA YEP absolutely so securities is embedded in our DNA in our culture engine concession of course and I've been insecurity for for a number of years to know that security is not a digital thing is not secure not is really a continuum of things that you need to do and I think part of it is just embedding it really in the culture in constantly evolving it so from the way we train our engineers in kind of common security. Gotcha in code or concept to the way we have our security team constantly pen testing constantly doing source code reviews constantly hiring of another other firms to constantly look at the security of the now again continuum newnham things that spans across several civil aspects of of security now if you look at the protection of material if you will that also has evolved over time how we use came services we actually use it. Ebola's came as service to all of the all of the private material and we also have have can of segment of Keesa customers for for obvious reasons so there is a number of things that we can do. One thing that I think is important to notice you talked about kind on of user names and passwords octaves much much much more than that because we also do multi factor authentication so it's not only can your your cinema passwords also all the prevalent material that you're gonna be using to authenticate to actor so for example when you log into to actor our customers can also configure multifactors indication which means that for example you could get a push notification to your watch and to your phone after you type in your credentials to refi who you are or you can use web authen for example interviewer now. Microsoft surface you can indicate with with your face and so there are a number of things that go into strongly authenticate a user and all of that at private material we have to protect and they're kind of different ways that we do that in addition to that we have a ton of data that we can use to do some analytics just because of kind of the tapestries are we are encounter scale that that we have gotten to we have lots of data and we can also entity signals to protect basically look at what people are doing and because of their intimate patterns and we cannot identify signals that can help us also strongly authenticate users. OCTA was started in two thousand nine. This was the earlier days of Amazon Web. Services gaining traction was OCTA built out in the cloud from day one yeah so I mean our founders from salesforce are used to be the used to run engineering for for salesforce in the very early days and so from the first line of the code October designed to be a cloud service We've never had an on premise server till this day irritating. Mrs Cloud and we decided to go on on idol. US but also you need to do to think about the fact that this was ten years ago so a lot of the of the infrastructure and services that has they didn't exist back then but they had enough that we could really build our infrastructure..
"aguilar" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Actor Aguilar welcome to software engineering daily thank you thanks for having me. It's great to have you you joined OCTA in two thousand twelve and we're GonNa talk about your journey and the OCTA product right and how often has evolved describe what the product did when you joined. What did OCTA do well. I think initially OCTA was focused on basically single sign on the idea that you would need to have credentials to multiple cloud services services that you need to get your work done and OCTA started a product that would allow you to have a single credential for everything that that you would use to to get your work done and so if we go back eight years ago there were a lot of cloud services certainly less than now but there were still alive lotteries already. You have yourselves. Force your box your dropbox and anything that that you would use cloud service in the idea would be to have a single sign on for for everything that you had. That's that was a long time ago. Why is that kind of identity management useful. Why do we need a product for that that well. I think there are several issues we'd identity. The first one is really security ride you what was happening back. Then is is that organizations were provisioning all of these accounts to this cloud services and then you would have to set up a password for each of those services all of those cloud services would have different puzzled restrictions different security settings and then at the end of the day the user would have to remember all those passwords and so what ends up happening is that did you end up writing all of your passwords in like little posted node which is not great in addition to that if one of those services gets compromised and you're using the same password for all of those services ervices obviously all of your services get compromised as well and so the idea of having gone a single sign on protocols with strong indication so that you can sign in in once get kind of strong authentication multi factor and then you basically get access to everything that you need was and continues to be very appealing to our customers so that's kind of one thing from the security perspective from the second aspect is the provisioning of all of these accounts to all of those services used to be. MANOHLA swell ride you have to go to box and imprecision a user and then go to salesforce impression user and OCTA also allows you to actually provisions and the provision those account that means that when an employee joins one of our customers they automatically get probation to all of the services all of them all of the services that they're going to need to their their work kind of day one and that's basically one of the one of the Nice Nice things about October that your day one experience becomes really great in addition Asian to that when somebody leaves the company or when you have to the provisional employees will go on the prohibition they accounts or suspend the accounts on on all of those services which means that because that's done automatically as well you don't have the concern of users having access to your your company data after they leave the company which was also again one of the problems that we had as an industry longtime ago so there's a few types of products that I'd like to contrast with Octa just to help listeners who are unfamiliar with this this kind of product so I run a small company for example. We're based around Google APPS and Google title APPs is my notion of identity and it works for us pretty well because we only have a couple of employees. We don't have a large scale all employees based. We don't have a bunch of new accounts that need to be provisioned on a regular basis. How does OCTA differ from that kind of experience experience the experience of the small business owner who just uses google APPs for their identity well. I mean everything that I have described. So far is the perk that we have eight years years ago. The broadcast has evolved quite a bit so the problems that I was talking about is basically the way the company started. That'd really looking at the exact problem that you're talking about. When you have a small kind of business that has let's say let's say goal as as their email and maybe be there on a document repository. That's basically how they start using OCTA but then. I'm using it hub and I'm sure you're probably going to start using Jira for your backtracking definitely get hub right and maybe they'll use confluence. Maybe you'll use some sort of wiki pages or maybe you'll use. Amazon web services is due to provision your infrastructure. Maybe you'll have some monitoring systems like I don't know maybe maybe sumo logic us wipe front or Zombie so oh at the end of the day. It's not only what you use for collaboration. It's also anything that you use to really run your run your product and I'm talking about engineering engineering but eventually you're going to be using quick books. You're GONNA be using nets with. You're going to be using salesforce as well and so. All of these services is exactly what OCTA can can do for small businesses and again. That's that's how we started and so now you have this concept of an identity for your company in any employee can get provisioned into all of those services and if they are engineering they will get basically access to get help and maybe confidence and maybe Jira and maybe whatever you use for backtracking whatever you use for your roadmap planning and then anybody that joins finance will also in addition to go account. They'll get their salesforce account. Maybe the nets with account and so at the end of the day you really really create a central view for that entity in your company in how that I did use for all of the services that you use and that's basically when when companies are a small right ask. The companies continued to grow. You're going to continue to need access to old more services and that's basically how continued to evolve into really becoming a platform former identity for everything that you use because it's not only the cloud services that use maybe you'll have some internal systems. Maybe you develop your own your own provisioning learning system for for accounts in in your own service for example well. OCTA can connect to it or in the more can of newer scenarios. Maybe you're a small company that doesn't even want to build at entity on product use the platform product which is basically the second part of our business that we also have where we can actually manage the windy for your product as well so that our customers that have gone beyond what we call the workforce which is people are using cloud services to actually embedding OCTA into their service. Because of course we are entities so we have. Api so you can actually directly call our API's to actually power your entity for whatever product or service you're developing so we have the developer side and the it side of you will so you have everything that I have that have been talking about this kind of what the CIO would be interested interested in or the the director of it would be interested in but we also have kind of what the city are would be interested in which is really using OCTOPI is to build this platform do power identity for their service and then they don't have to worry about not only username and password but also they don't have to worry about multi factor indication supporting multiple standards words. I Dunno phase of ide- or thumb authentication all of that can be done via. Just OCTOPI is so the first engineering earing challenge that stands out for a product like Octa is that you essentially have the security properties properties of a password manager and that means that you could in a worst case scenario you could have this this honeypot of Password Password information that if it was exposed it would really created a significant security problem for a customer so security is something it's been paramount to the product from day one can you describe how security management factors into the engineering nearing process at OCTA. Yep Absolutely so securities is embedded in our DNA in our culture engine concession of course and I've been insecurity for for a number of years to know that security is not a digital thing is not secure not is really a continuum of things that you need to do and I think part of it is just embedding it really in the culture in constantly evolving it so from the way we train our engineers in kind of common security. Gotcha in code or concept to the way we have our security team constantly pen testing constantly doing source code reviews constantly hiring of another other firms to constantly look at the security of the now again continuum newnham things that spans across several civil aspects of of security now if you look at the protection of material if you will that also has evolved over time how we use came services we actually use it. Ebola's came as service to all of the all of the private material and we also have have can of segment of Keesa customers for for obvious reasons so there is a number of things that we can do. One thing that I think is important to to notice you talked about kind on of user names and passwords octaves much much much more than that because we also do multi factor authentication so it's not only can your your cinema passwords also all the prevalent material that you're gonna be using to authenticate to actor so for example when you log into to actor our customers can also configure multifactors indication which means that for example you could get a push notification to your watch and to your phone after you type in your credentials to refi who you are or you can use web authen for example interviewer now. Microsoft surface you can indicate with with your face and so there are a number of things that go into strongly authenticate a user and all of that at private material we have to protect and they're kind of different ways that we do that in addition to that we have a ton of data that we can use to do some analytics just because of kind of the tapestries are we are encounter scale that that we have gotten to we have lots of data and we can also entity signals to protect basically look at what people are doing and because of their intimate patterns and we cannot identify signals that can help us also strongly authenticate users. OCTA was started in two thousand nine. This was the earlier days of Amazon Web. Services gaining traction was OCTA built out in the cloud from day one yeah so I mean our founders are from salesforce are used to be the used to run engineering for salesforce in the very early days and so from the first line of the code October designed to be a cloud service We've never had an premise server till this day everything Mrs Cloud and we decided to go on on aws but also you need to do to think about the fact that this was ten years ago so a lot of the of the infrastructure and services that has they didn't exist back then but they had enough that we could really build our infrastructure. Nedeli so everything is cloud how from the beginning multi tenant from the beginning beginnings scalable enact cloud way in from the beginning basically to be to be a service and describe the software architecture as it stands today. Obviously the infrastructure options on aws have improved a lot. You've also got a whole variety Bridie of other cloud providers. You could be using you've got a variety of virtualization tech and containerization technologies you could be using what does the software stack doc look like today. Well are so forth. STUCCO has evolved right..
Critics Complain Mexico's Austerity Plan Has Gone Too Far
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Rays stay hot, beat Padres for 70th win
"East the raise beat the padres tend to four now the pitch swing drive down to lift your life. That's the basic shit score to aguilar scores garcia around third. He will score. It's a two run single for met duffy. The rays have indeed openness one up. They now lead it sixty two. That's from six twenty. W d
Carlos Aguilar, CNN And Cleveland discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Reflection before the Cleveland was weekends begins. I you have to go and look at the rap the rap used to be a good showbiz site. I think it's CNN's showbiz site. They have a review here of pets, too, which is coming out called the secret life of pets. Sorry, the secret life of pets, too. I didn't see the secret life of pets one, but this is a cartoon for kids film, review cartoon offers outdated messages about marriage and manliness by Carlos Aguilar, the secret life of pets, too, for which both Renault re Lynch reprise their roles the secret life of pets to effectively acts as an animated owed to hetero normativity toxic masculinity, and patriarchal worldviews passed off, as harmless plot points to entertain young audiences pet twos. Descent into the bowels of what reads as conservative messaging. Begins as Katie maxes owner randomly meets a young man. Quickly marries and has a child in this fictional universe. That's clearly only natural progression of events in a woman's life. That trope is later reinforced through the pet characters. In case it wasn't obvious pets, too. Makes no attempt at diversifying the notion of what a family is today. No same sex couples or incite as pet owners much less as parents, nothing. That deviates from the default straight married. Couple is even hinted at making matters. Worse Harrison Ford is cast as rooster a hyper masculine shepherd dog. Brazenly brazenly teaching max, how to toughen up rooster is the embodiment of phrases like Mendome cry and rub some dirt on it. This alpha dog rejects vulnerability by preaching about how signified city dogs are defenders may argue it's absurd to ATN. I would never say this defense may argue it's absurd to attribute such. Wait to an animated feature. But on the contrary, this is the content, which we should be paying the most
Yelich's 14th homer helps Brewers beat Mets 8-6
"Yelich hits it in the air team right field. Racing back. His Conforto that all changes here yelich goes deep and the brewers lead at five zero one he is now tied for the most home runs before may first in major league history that is his fourteenth Dinger of the year in the fifth inning is the brewers. Take a five one lead to the bottom of the fifth with one out Pete Alonzo gets a basic here comes Robinson canal Woodruff's pitch ground ball to third could be to shot to second for one Arshi is the first time and the brewers turn the double play and eating is over. Second time Robinson knows involved in a double play. He had these strike them out. Throw him out earlier on brewers would add to their lead in the top of the sixth inning. Robert gazelle machine comes on to pitch I battery faces. Hey, Seuss Aguilar. He strikes out. But then Ben gambled. Doubles Lorenzo Cain lined up to the second hour of the day intentionally walked Christian yelich to get to Mike loose dacas. Basell brings home the pitch and Mushtaq is ground. Paul left side that's gonna get through into left field. Gambles around thirty is gonna try to score. No throw coming and move stock is drives in another. It's six to one brewers. Brandon Woodruff would be done after five innings. He gives up just one run on six hits junior. Garrett comes into pitch in the sixth inning throws a scoreless. Six brewers would get into a little bit of trouble though in the seventh inning. Alex Wilson comes onto pitch ipad or he faces. I'm Ed Rosario Rozario for two and hope for five the series. It's one torch right-center long run, Lorenzo Cain. Over as head. And this one is going to be gone all run for a metro sorrow and the Mets at around at sixty two next hitter. Travis d'arno pitch from Wilson ride in the left field line is headed for the corner. It's a fair ball off the wall gamble gets too quickly. Fires into second base. Here's at the tag is in time. They got Dr no not perfect draw from Ben Gammel. Yeah. They get them at second that ends up being a huge play, especially when you consider how the rest of this ending would go down. Dominic. Smith comes up as a pinch hitter. He would walk and that would end the day for Alex Wilson. Alex Claudio comes in would give up a base hit Jeff mcgeough or there's also a throwing error on the play next hitter. After that as pita Lonzo. Here's the pitch. Fly ball field. Gambled back. This ball is gone. He Alonzo homerun. Number nine and just like that. It's a one run game. Yes. Six five. So that's where Dr no being out at second really has a big role in this game in the way it was going so one run game. But the brewers would get some more insurance in the top of the eighth inning. Greece. Kamilia comes into pitch for the Mets per battery phases. Ben gamble. He walks Lorenzo Cain. Then gets Basit runners on at the corners for Christian yelich on yelich pitch chopper. First base side. It is a fair ball gambles coming home. He's gonna score yelich beats the Piat. I it's an infield single. The brewers at a run at seven five canes at second wild pitch by juries familiar. Cain would move to third after might moussaka strikes out swinging. The next hitter is yes, Monte GRANDE. All familiar throws runner. Takes office swinging about off the glove of Amelia canes, coming home. He's going to score as Grondahl is out at first base yellow pages in scoring position. Mission. It's an RBI ground for Grondahl and a huge run scores again. Eight five brewers Mets would start shipping away again though in the bottom of the eighth inning. Jeremy Jefferson comes onto pitch. The first battery faces JD Davis. He walks Brandon Nimmo than singles and the next hitter. After that is I'm Ed Rosario Jeffers throws lupin wider base hit field.
Body found in NC believed to be that of abducted teen girl
"Investigators say a body found in North Carolina has been identified as thirteen-year-old Haniya Aguilar who was kidnapped outside her home on November fifth bringing a sad conclusion to a three week search involving hundreds of investigators Lumberton police chief Michael McNeil vows to find whoever killed Haniya. We will not stop until we find the person or persons responsible. And we bring them to Justice McNeill says her body was found in a body of water about ten miles south of the mobile home park where she was kidnapped after going outside to start a relatives SUV before school
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich calls Los Angeles Dodgers star Manny Machado 'dirty player'
"Do you believe Manny Machado stepped on Christian yelich on purpose? Well, Christian yelich certainly believes that Manny Machado dirty player. Take a listen is a player that has a history of those types of incidents at one time snacks. Over and over and over again. Dirty dirty play by dirty player. Respect for him as as a player, but you can't respect someone. I have a lot of respect for him. But you can't respect someone who plays like that Hayes the saga Laren. Now, I made Machado Aguilar's at first base. Manny Machado running out a ground out and very clearly spikes them there. I mean anyone who watches that? And sees otherwise probably needs to get checked because you're probably not safe behind the wheel. Clearly a dirty play. Manny Machado has got a
"aguilar" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Is still got to him and if you aren't maybe you're just missing a little bit you're gonna have run into some issues we've also seen big favorites go out early from this competition so hoskins orissa's aguilar in the first round i'll take i probably take dealer he's he's really i feel like he's actually the big a big favorite to win this even though you have bryce harper and heavier buys and everybody but no this is a guy who hits bombs and he hits easy bombs easy box up oh power can use that right field nationals park as well so i'll take aguilar their first round match up the other side of the bracket those who seed is facing the seven seas bryce harper versus freddy freeman so to american league i mean they're all i'm sorry nationally they'll national guys except for one it's all nationally except for bregman they used to be the you had to have four and four it was kind of thing but now they don't really care regardless of league i guess as we're having seven and players in one al player okay it's whatever it's you know where we know we're all the power lies or all the guys who wanna go ghtwing so bryce harper versus freddy freeman i'll take i'll take harper and this one because he is playing at home he'll be juiced i think he's got a better kind of homerun derby swing even the freddy freeman missiles as well bryce has more of those line drives i think that he'll be able to get more pitches in his allotted time as well and then back over i had four and five matchup is alex bregman and cows schwab that's going to be the toughest one i think for me because we know bregman and wants to has his plan and everything that couldn't come back to bite him in shorter they call them four bombs for a reason i mean this guy hits bombs so i think that's a toss that one's tossed we'll come back max muncie verse time by buys that's another toss up that's the three and four match that can go way i have to pick because that's how it works but i'm actually gonna take mac muncie he's a three seat actually right now he's next month he's very good he's got a great little swing i think bison get tired i think he's gonna get swing too hard to early in hidden pop ups early so i mean i'm not going the way you could tell whether way higher but he'll hits a missiles to but i like max muncie is repeated short stroke and then beck over i have to pick i'll picture i think the same thing you're gonna get swing gonna go for those line drives and he's not going to get hit many home runs i'll take schwarzer against bregman so that means to versus aguilar in harper versus muncie semi final we'll take the hometown kid bryce harper to get to the final against so you get the two versus the wine which is fine i didn't make the seating it's the way it worked out dougy lar versus harper and the final and i say i go i was going to win because he is going to harper's going to disappoint all the nationals fans there that go and want him to win them and derby at home and he's not gonna win watch i mean it's only through it's only three rounds first round second round file rats it so i mean you got whoever can get hot honestly it's anybody's game it's i just made pick so i i wanna i wanna make picks but i mean it's really anybody's it's anybody's competition any of those guys could win i don't know about re owns they'll have power they'll they'll have power and they'll have gap toget power and they'll have low line drive bill have line drive power they don't have big him these big moon shots you 'cause over will or freddy freeman but lies guys have very good power also max muncie never seen his swing the guys i wanted to go pretty swings i've seen very compact short stroke right to the ball and he hits ball far as well so i like it gets good backspin homerun derby obviously this is the only guy i think that is coming back who's been there before is harper so is going to play into his favor or not we'll see it is the knockout style style so i.
"aguilar" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Cetera cetera indeed indeed i hear it he he does a the players the how miami homerun why why he he sues sues aguilar and and they're they're waiting waiting for for him him at at home home plate yes yes they they waited waited for for him him at at home home plate plate it it was was a a thirteen thirteen pitch pitch at at bat bat that paulie paulie was was there there to to recount recount it at all all aguilar aguilar spins spins the the first first eight eight innings innings of of the the game game on on the the bench bench but but comes comes into into play play first first base base on on a double a double switch switch in in the the ninth ninth inning inning he he then then leads leads off off the the bottom bottom of the of the ninth ninth inning inning and and a a tie tie game game after after getting getting behind behind in the the count count oh oh to to he he battles battles and and on on the the thirteenth thirteenth pitch pitch of of the the at at bat bat he he hits it's a a four four hundred hundred sixteen sixteen foot foot home home run run to to send send the the fans fans home home happy happy just which waiting waiting for for finally finally in in the the manager manager craig craig counsel counsel marvels marvels at at the the way way aguilar's aguilar's able able to to produce produce solid solid at at bats bats even even when when he he's spending spending a a lot lot of of time time on on the the bench bench often often his his days days are or one one at at that that of of state state of of this this these these become become a a force force in the in national the national league league off off the the bench bench as as a pinch a pinch hitter hitter i don't i don't know i i don't don't know know around around the the league league of of guys guys over are more more dangerous dangerous or or considered more more dangerous dangerous and and it's it's been been that that way way for for a a while while i mean i mean that's that's that's that's after after a rookie a.
"aguilar" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Cetera cetera indeed indeed i hear it he he does a the players the how miami homerun why why he he sues sues aguilar and and they're they're waiting waiting for for him him at at home home plate yes yes they they waited waited for for him him at at home home plate plate it it was was a a thirteen thirteen pitch pitch at at bat bat that paulie paulie was was there there to to recount recount it at all all aguilar aguilar spins spins the the first first eight eight innings innings of of the the game game on on the the bench bench but but comes comes into into play play first first base base on on a double a double switch switch in in the the ninth ninth inning inning he he then then leads leads off off the the bottom bottom of the of the ninth ninth inning inning and and a a tie tie game game after after getting getting behind behind in the the count count oh oh to to he he battles battles and and on on the the thirteenth thirteenth pitch pitch of of the the at at bat bat he he hits it's a a four four hundred hundred sixteen sixteen foot foot home home run run to to send send the the fans fans home home happy happy just which waiting waiting for for finally finally in in the the manager manager craig craig counsel counsel marvels marvels at at the the way way aguilar's aguilar's able able to to produce produce solid solid at at bats bats even even when when he he's spending spending a a lot lot of of time time on on the the bench bench often often his his days days are or one one at at that that of of state state of of this this these these become become a a force force in in the the national national league league off off the the bench bench as as a pinch a pinch hitter hitter i don't i don't know i i don't don't know know around around the the league league of of guys guys over are more more dangerous dangerous or or considered more more dangerous dangerous and and it's it's been been that that way way for for a a while while i mean i mean that's that's that's that's after after a a.