The Southern California Linux Expo is Not Just About Linux
SoCal Linux Expo (“SCaLE”) founder Ilan Rabinovitch joins this week’s Cloud Unfiltered podcast to discuss how Linux is still evolving like crazy, from containers and automation to security and monitoring.
Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 35: Talking Cloud Native with Justin Garrison
What first comes to mind when you hear the term “cloud native”? Do you think software? Software that was developed in the cloud? Software that didn’t have to be rewritten...
Three Years On: Open Standards, Open Source, Open Loop
Eventing, Telemetry, APIs and protocols (in working code) need to be our products. Here is how we need to partner to move these tooling forward.
Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 33: Shannon McFarland
Are we all comfortable with the term “multicloud” yet? Used to be that we just had “the cloud,” then “public and private clouds,” then “hybrid cloud,” and now it seems...
India Digital Open Summit – Open Source Transformational Forces at Work
Over the past couple of years, open source initiatives have evolved from being solely software components integrated into a variety of best-of-breed open source projects, to larger architectures providing immediate business benefits to the user.
Cloud Unfiltered Episode 32: Steve Dake
In this episode of Cloud Unfiltered, Steve Dake discusses the importance of “adjacent community work,” why Zuul should break off from OpenStack, and the future of Istio.
IETF Hackathon Closes Loop Between Open Source and Standards
The first ever IETF Hackathon was held March 21-22, the weekend before IETF 92 in Dallas, TX. It was a late addition to the conference schedule, answering the call to action from Engineering CTO and Chief Architect Dave Ward’s talk at IETF 91, Open Standards, Open Source, Open Loop. Cisco DevNet teamed up with IETF […]
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 […]
Open Source Threat Intel: GOSINT
It’s our pleasure to announce the public availability of GOSINT – the open source intelligence gathering and processing framework. GOSINT allows a security analyst to collect and standardize structured and unstructured threat intelligence. Applying threat intelligence to security operations enriches alert data with additional confidence, context, and co-occurrence. This means that you are applying research […]