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 […]
Cloud Unfiltered, Ep24: Chatting with the Organizers of DevOpsDays Nashville
Joel Parks, Alicia Davis, and Nick Wallace were all involved in putting together DevOpsDays Nashville this year—which makes them interesting to us right out of the gate—but they’re also the kind of people you just really enjoy sitting down and chatting with if you work in the tech industry. DevOpsDays just happened last week, (October […]
Talking About OpenShift, Open Source, and Navigating Cultural Transformation on Cloud Unfiltered
This week’s episode of the Cloud Unfiltered podcast features Dianne Mueller-Klingspor, Mike Duarte, and Michael White. All three of them work on the OpenShift project, and here’s the great thing about listening to them talk: You can tell that they love what they do and they truly enjoy working with one another. Diane is from Red […]
#CiscoChat August 8th — Impact of Containers on IT Subject Matter Experts
Improved productivity, enhanced operational efficiency, extra flexibility. Push your IT organization in the direction you want it to go by thinking inside the box — with containers.
The Best OpenSource Solution for Microservices Networking – Part 2
In my previous post, we talked about the complexity that Containers can bring to the network and what that means to different roles within an organisation. We also introduced Contiv in this context and touched on its high-level architecture. In this post, we aim to get a big more into detail… 🙂 So let’s begin… Contiv […]
The Best OpenSource Solution for Microservices Networking – Part 1
There is a big (justified) hype around containers and microservices. Indeed, many people speak about the subject but few have implemented a real project.
Traits of Cloud Optimized Organizations
I am headed to Cisco Live in Las Vegas and I am looking forward to meeting with our partners and customers to learn more about their cloud plans and challenges. Believe it or not, cloud has been around for at least ten years, and yet all the data points at my disposal tell us that there is room for continuous improvements since very few organizations have optimized cloud strategies in place. In other words, not many organizations have been able to define and implement their multicloud strategy to meet their objectives while extracting maximum value.
Interviewing the Interviewer: Cloud Unfiltered Podcast Episode 12, Stu Miniman
First off, let me invite you to subscribe to the Cloud Unfiltered podcast. We’re twelve episodes into the series now, and if you haven’t listened in you are most definitely missing out. We’ve had an incredible array of smart, entertaining guests that have each brought something unique to the cloud discussion. Some have shared corporate […]
Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 11: Ken Owens
When I think “bleeding edge,” in regards to technology I become anxious. Maybe I should get excited, but really, the feeling is one of vague panic. I think of products that I am probably not ready for and product engineers that are going to be frustrated with my inability to instantly grasp the full impact […]