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#CiscoChampion Radio S2|Ep 17. Cloud and Metacloud with Peder Ulander

- May 6, 2015 - 0 Comments

CiscoChampion2015200PX#CiscoChampion Radio is a podcast series by Cisco Champions as technologists. Today we’ll be talking about all things upcoming in the cloud universe with Cisco Vice President of Cloud Services Peder Ulander.

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Cisco SME
Peder Ulander, @ulander — Cisco VP Cloud Services Marketing

Moderator
Kim Austin (@ciscokima) — Collaboration Technology Group

Highlights
Do enterprises need a cloud computing strategy?
What do we mean by “digitization”?
How is digitization the next evolution of Cloud
What is Intercloud and where is it going?
Where is Cisco with OpenStack?
Maintaining and documenting security controls
Containerization

Resources
Cisco OpenStack Private Cloud
Cisco Community: Cloud Solutions & Services
Cisco Community: Intercloud Forum
Cisco Community: Open Stack & Open Source Software

Transcripts
Perkzilla So, virtualization and orchestration enabled Cloud 1.0, Automation and containerization (word?) enable 2.0?
Perkzilla Distribution is great, but how do you maintain security controls across different providers? More importantly, how do you prove to the customer that their controls are being maintained?

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Scott Sanchez @scottsanchez — Director, Metacloud, Cisco

Easy to Build, Easy to Manage: Cisco OpenStack Private Cloud
The Farmers’ Market for Development Teams
5 Ways to Manage Your Developers in OpenStack
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