Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 29: The State of OpenStack, and a Few Other Things, with Ben Kepes
He’s an ultra-marathoner, a highly respected tech industry reporter, and an angel investor (he’s not at all fond of that last label for its sheer pretentiousness, but I can’t think of any other way to describe what he does). He works a lot, but doesn’t really work for anyone—except himself. All of which makes Ben […]
Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 28: VPP, Kubernetes, and FD.io with Ed Warnicke
I know what you’re going to say when I reveal that this week’s guest is going to talk about Vector Packet Processing (VPP): “Why do we—the Cloud Unfiltered audience—care about VPP?! I mean, it’s a networking technology, right? And this is a cloud show. We’re here to talk cloud technology and share cloud strategies…not muck […]
Cisco and Google: Enabling Breakthrough Open Hybrid Cloud Innovation
Cisco and Google Cloud are working together on an open hybrid cloud solution that enables applications to seamlessly span on-premises and cloud-based environments, delivering cloud speed wherever needed.
Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 21: Women in Tech, with Anne McCormick
Has anything really changed for women in tech over the past 20 years? It’s definitely a question worth asking if you’re a woman, and hopefully one you’re at least mildly...
Function-as-a-Service 301: New Frontiers
At some point in this series, either Function-as-a-Service 101: What is It? or Function-as-a-Services 201: Common Architectures, you might have said to yourself, “Wait a minute, Cisco sells servers so why are you talking about serverless technologies?” Even keeping in mind the oxymoronic details discussed in the 101 post that there are actually servers still […]
Cisco & Women: Transforming the Entertainment Industry One Award at a Time!
My rockstar team is executing a clear, open, and productized strategy for this space. We call it the Media Blueprint, the foundation of which is an end-to-end ecosystem approach which is a strong challenge to point-providers who do not have that vision.
Drones Rising from the Fog
To cross into mainstream commercial use, drones need continuous connectivity. That’s where fog comes in.
Function-as-a-Service 201: Common Architectures
In my last entry in this space, entitled Function-as-a-Service 101: What is it?, I introduced the concepts, players, and basic usage of Function-as-a-Service (FaaS). But how are people actually using it? Welcome to Function-as-a-Service 201: Common Architectures. Back in December at AWS re:Invent, the definitive talk on this topic was led by AWS Solution Architects […]