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 […]
Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 14: OpenDaylight, Kolla, and Containers with Vikram Hosakote
Like many of you out there, Vikram Hosakote was one of those kids who was always taking apart the remote controls and other electronic gadgets in his home to see how they worked. By the time he was 11 he had gotten his hands on an x86 box, and soon he was learning COBOL and […]
It’s All About VPP and FD.io on Episode 13 of Cloud Unfiltered!
Have you heard of Vector Packet Processing? You know, VPP? If you haven’t, you will soon, because this particular technology allows networks to move information much faster than they’ve been able to up until now. I know, I know—the network is always getting faster. Making it faster is our job. But sometimes it gets faster […]
Managing and analyzing machine data is a snap with CLIP
Mining and drawing intelligence from large volumes of machine data is difficult and time-consuming. To make the process easier and faster for enterprise teams, Cisco recently developed the Cisco Log Intelligence Platform (CLIP). It brings machine data closer to application developers and administrators, helping them to diagnose, predict, and prevent application performance issues by identifying […]
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 […]