The Cloudcast - Cloud Computing
Summary: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely host the industry's leading independent Cloud Computing podcast. Each week they discuss the technology and business changes that are driving Digital Transformation, DevOps, Cloud-Native applications and Hybrid Cloud. Topics include Cloud Computing | Open Source | AWS | Azure | GCP | Serverless | DevOps | Big Data | ML | AI | AppDev | SaaS | PaaS | CaaS | IoT. Guests are industry thought-leaders and founders of companies changing the IT industry.
Aaron and Brian talk with Kevin McHale (Senior Staff Engineer at Etsy) about their migration of their Big Data / Data Science platform from on-premises to Google Cloud, the business drivers for the migration, and the lessons the team has learned throughout the multi-year process.
Brian talks with Corey Hynes, (@CoreyJHynes, CEO Learn on Demand Systems, @LoDSystems) about the need for hands-on ways to learn new skills, train IT professionals, and how innovative companies and individuals are adapting to the new culture of tech learning challenges.
Brian talks with Devesh Garg (Co-Founder/CEO of @arrcusinc) about the growth of Arrcus, the evolution of the network (5G, IoT Edge, DC to Cloud, SDN), and the new economics of networking.
Aaron and Brian talk with Stu Miniman, (@stu, Sr Analyst, Host of @theCUBE, and GM of Content at SiliconANGLE Media) about the Amazon MARS event, and how it addressed technology trends in Smart Cities, Drones, Voice-Controlled Apps, IoT, Alexa, AR/VR, and AI/ML.
Brian talks with Steve Kearns (@skearns64, VP Product Mgmt @Elastic) about how search is being used in many ways our day-to-day life, how search has evolved to be a core element of Analytics platforms, and how Elastic search is evolving to help the next generation of developers in area like APM, Security, Metrics, etc.
Aaron and Brian talk with Emil Eifrem, (@emileifrem, Founder/CTO @Neo4j) about the emergence of graph databases, common use-cases, and how developers are thinking about new ways to leverage graph databases.
Brian talks with Alexis Richardson (@monadic, CEO @weaveworks, Chair of TOC @CNCF) about the carbon footprint of technology conferences and a growing interest in making them more environmentally friendly.
Brian talks with Jose Nino (@junr03, Software Engineer @Lyft) about how they evolved from a monolithic application to 300+ microservices, including a service mesh using the Envoy proxy.
Brian talks with David Aronchick (@aronchick, Head of Open Source Machine Learning @Azure) about the history of the KubeFlow project, how it has evolved as a community, and how KubeFlow is making it easier to get started with Machine Learning on Kubernetes.
Aaron and Brian continue the "Four for Four Hundred" shows, with a focus on community engagement. Then Brian talks with Amy Lewis (@commsninja, Director Influence Marketing @VMware) about the importance of finding a community for technical learning, career advice, mentorship, and helping you find the joy in your current or future jobs.
Brian talks with Nick Weaver (@lynxbat, Engineering Leader) about transitioning from customer to vendor, from junior to senior engineers, and the realities of Digital Transformation.
Aaron and Brian continue the "Four for Four Hundred" shows, with a focus on following the money in cloud computing. Then Brian talks with Corey Quinn (@QuinnyPig, Cloud Economist @ Duckbill Group) about the economic realities of being all-in on the public cloud.
Aaron and Brian kick off "Four for Four Hundred" by discussing the massive evolutions of the industry over the last 8 years. Then Brian talks with Joe Emison (@JoeEmison, Co-Founder/CTO at Branch Insurance) about the next generation of serverless technologies to help develop applications, focusing only on creating business value, communicating this new approach to engineers, and leveraging technology to take on big markets.
Brian talks with Matthew Creager (@matt_creager, Co-Founder & VP Developer Relations @manifoldco) about the challenges of cloud silos, connecting apps to multiple cloud services, the importance of collaboration beyond just coding, and how Manifold makes it simpler to integrate apps to align to business needs.
Aaron and Brian talk with Renaud Boutet (@boutetren, VP Product Management @datadoghq) about logging, monitoring, observability, and the challenges of balancing the collection of the right data with the costs of all the data.