The Cloudcast (.net) - Weekly Cloud Computing Podcast
Summary: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely host this award-winning weekly podcast to discuss the technology and organizational changes that are driving the convergence of today's Data Centers and Cloud Computing. Topics include Private Cloud, Public Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, Open Source, APIs and many others. Guests are industry thought-leaders and leaders of companies changing the IT industry.
Aaron talks with Bart Copeland (@Bart_Copeland, CEO - ActiveState) and John Wetherall (@bcferrycoder, Developer Evangelist - ActiveState) about how developers are adopting DevOps models and how polyglot PaaS technologies are getting deployed in the Enterprise
Aaron and Brian talk with Navin Thadani (@navinthadani), SVP Products at start-up Ravello Systems, about past start-up success, Hybrid Clouds, Application Portability, and how to leverage Public Cloud for infinitie IT resources.
Brian talks with Art King (@artkingg) from Spidercloud about small cell wireless and how it helps enterprises meet their mobile needs. Small cell wireless is a way for enterprises to solve the issue of their buildings being faraday cages and allow their employees to be productive and online at the same time.
Brian talks with Rajeev Chawla (CEO @ CloudVelocity) about the evolution and challenges of Hybrid Cloud, working across multiple clouds, and how start-ups are innovating in a highly competitive cloud market.
Aaron talks with Diane Mueller (@pythondj, Cloud Evangelist), Ryan Jarvinen (@ryanj) and Krishna Raman (@k__raman, Product Manager) from RedHat about the evolution of the OpenShift PaaS platform, the progress of PaaS with the industry, and where Red Hat fits into the OpenStack community.
Brian and Steve Damadeo (@sdamadeo, IT Ops Manager @ Festo) have a lively conversation about doing mobile app development. They talk through the steps that Steve’s team have taken in the last few years to develop solutions at Festo and come up with a set of lessons to be used when going through the process.
Brian and Bill Pelletier (@awpiii, http://infosectoday.blogspot.com/) spend some time talking about data categorization, security and how it relates to mobile. This stems from a series of blog posts that Brian wrote in response to Alessandro Festa’s blog posts. It’s a conversation about how you handle data within an enterprise and how it’s sometimes better to start simply rather than trying to climb the whole mountain of data access and security at once.
Brian Katz talks with Paul Madsen (@paulmadsen, Office of CTO at Ping Identity) about the challenges of identity management, accesss management, and securing mobile applications, and the associated data. They explore SSO, SAML, JSON, OAuth and other security and identity technologies that are driving mobility solutions. They also explore the challenges of application placement and how IT organizations are managing services across multiple SaaS providers.
Amy Lewis (@CommsNinja) talks with Lew Tucker (@lewtucker, SVP/CTO @ Cisco) and Dave McCrory (@mccrory, SVP @ Warner Music) about the latest keynotes at CloudConnect, the intersection between SDN / Big Data / Sensor Data, and how Cloud Computing and Networking are evolving as a result.
Amy Lewis (@CommsNinja) talks with Dave McCrory (@mccrory, SVP Architecture at Warner Music) and Alistair Croll (@acroll, Analyst/Writer/Start-Up Accellerator) about their keynote talks at DeployCon & CloudConnect, Data Gravity, Lean Analytics and the massive trends that Big Data and Advanced Analytics are having on large and small companies.
Brian has a great discussion with Ben Bajarin (@benbajarin, Principle Analyst at Creative Strategies) talking about health and fitness and how it relates to wearable computing. They cover history, how they relate, and what will be needed to succeed in the future. Ben has a long history researching consumer technology and has spent the last few years looking at health and fitness wearables.
Aaron, Brian and Nick Weaver talk with Gene Kim (@RealGeneKim - Author, Researcher, Speaker, DevOps Enthusiast) about his new book, ‘The Phoenix Project’, and the evolution of DevOps.
Guest host Amy Lewis (@CommsNinja) held a roundtable discuss at Varrow Madness in Durham, NC with Jason Nash (@TheJasonNash), Elijah Stukenborg and Rusty Buzhardt to talk about regional Cloud trends, the evolution of IT business models, the impact of social media and reaction to the VMware vCloud Hybrid Services announcement.
Aaron and Brian sit down with Mark Hinkle (@mrhinkle) to learn all about Open Source Software. We discuss foundations, licenses, communities, and what happens when Open Source meets the commercial world
Brian Katz kicks off the 1st Episode of The Mobilecast by talking to Benjamin Robbins of Palador (@PaladorBenjamin) about how he spent the last year working "mobile only" and how it's transformed his thinking about his technology and usage models for knowledge workers.