Cloud Computing

Calsoft on the value of NFV for Telecom and Edge Computing

Joining us this week is Pavan Gupta, Software Architect andKiran Divekar, Software Architect from Calsoft.

Highlights:

  • NFV Overview and Importance in Telecom  
  • NFV Usage and Use Cases
  • Edge Service Delivery

Chris Steffen talks Cloud and Edge Security (and his beard)

Joining us this week is Chris Steffen, Cloud and Edge Security Guru. Follow him at @CloudSecChris and on his blog, The Security Beard.

Highlights:

  • Latest Update on Cloud Security
  • Core Challenges to Edge Security
  • Shared Data at the Edge Issues

Janakiram MSV on Device Edge and Management with Kubernetes

Joining us this week is Janakiram MSV, founder and principal analyst at Janakiram & Associates.

Highlights:
• Three Flavors of Edge with Focus on Device Edge
• Who Builds Edge? Cloud Providers, Telcos, …
• Is Kubernetes the Management Foundation for Edge

Rob Lalonde on HPC in the Cloud, Machine Learning and Autonomous Cars

Joining us this week is Rob Lalonde, VP & General Manager, Navops at Univa.

About Univa

Univa is the leading independent provider of software-defined computing infrastructure and workload orchestration solutions.

Univa’s intelligent cluster management software increases efficiency while accelerating enterprise migration to hybrid clouds. We help hundreds of companies to manage thousands of applications and run billions of tasks every day.

Dave Blakey of Snapt on Radically Different ADC

Joining us this week is Dave Blakey, CEO and Co-Founder Snapt.

About Snapt

Snapt develops high-end solutions for application delivery. We provide load balancing, web acceleration, caching and security for critical services.

Val Bercovici on why Lawyers and Insurance Companies drive to good IT Practices

Joining us this week is Val Bercovici, Founder & CEO of PencilDATA at KeyBank Emerging Tech Summit.

About PencilDATA
PencilDATA is a software-as-a-service startup embracing data governance allowing users to see and manipulate data easily. It achieves this with a blockchain ledger that accounts for all data activity,

Ian Rae talks Cloud, Innovation, and Updates from Google Next 2018

Joining us this week is Ian Rae, CEO and Founder CloudOps who recorded the podcast during the Google Next conference in 2018.

John Willis on Docker, Open Source Financing Challenges and Industry Failures

Joining us this week is John Willis, VP DevOps and Digital Practices, SJ Technologies known for many things including being at the initial DevOps meeting in Europe, co-founder of the DevOpsDays events, and the DevOps Café podcast.

Highlights
• Introduction to the Phoenix Project and the new audio Beyond the Phoenix Project
• Docker discussion and the issues around its success based on the ecosystem success
• Docker vs operation split for two different audiences
• Issue of sustaining open source technology and lack of financing to support this
• Revenue arc vs viral adoption for open source model
• Three reasons to choose open source model for software

Justin Garrison on Cloud Native Infrastructure, Immutability, Observability and Much More

In this week’s podcast, we speak with Justin Garrison, co-author of Cloud Native Infrastructure (CNI).

• Behind scenes for O’Reilly book and choice of cover animal
• Infrastructure and CNI approach
• State and Immutability / Immutable VM
• Terraform and Kubernetes
• Observability
• The Why of Immutability
• Infrastructure as Software (Netflix)
• Site Reliability Engineering and DevOps