Hosted by Ali Amagasu and Pete Johnson, Cloud Unfiltered is a series of interviews with the people who are working to move cloud technology and implementation forward.
What do you know about WebAssembly? Have you thought about how it might be used outside the browser? Tyler McMullen has—and in this episode he explains why he’s excited about it.
In the “kitchen sink” episode we talk about microservices, Kubernetes, Knative, serverless, and more!
Growth in the number and complexity of applications over the next few years will require radical change from both a technological and organizational perspective. Where do you start?
Cisco introduced its container cluster management platform a year ago, and since then the product has evolved in a big way to meet the needs of a growing (and apparently vocal) customer base. Tune in to hear all about the new features, the release cadence, the typical use case, and more!
In this interview, Sebastien explains how he successfully implemented a sweeping data center overhaul initiative with a $0 budget (to start) and a little help from Cisco. He tells us what inspired it, how he got executives on board, how he enticed users to try the new environment, and which technologies were key to the transformation.
What do Cisco cloud initiatives look like from a partner's point of view? Find out this week when Jonathan King of World Wide Technology (one of our largest partners) chats with us about multicloud adoption, Kubernetes penetration, serverless technologies, the new Cisco certification program, and his own company's cloud services strategy.
More than 100 billion IoT devices will be shipped over the next 4-5 years and they will generate an almost unimaginable volume of data. How will we use it when there aren’t even enough people to manage it all? Simon Crosby says AI at the Edge is the answer and explains why in this episode.
What kind of gremlins lurk within the millions of lines of code that comprise your company's applications? Find out how AppDynamics helps locate those gremlins so you can eliminate them before they cause a sub-par customer experience.
In the grand finale of our KubeCon/CloudNativeCon series Brandon Philips, CTO of CoreOS at RedHat gives us the lowdown on newly-admitted CNCF incubator project etcd!
Neependra and Karthik are known for their wildly popular Kubernetes 101 classes on edX and Lynda.com. Today they talk through the ten most common questions they get from students--as well as their best answers.
Migrating from legacy systems is time consuming, expensive, and risky--even if you're not a company that millions of people depend on for a ride. Find out why Lyft is doing it anyway.
What do you do when you need to convert a huge catalog of music into new formats? You jump head-first into Kubernetes and build a scalable environment for executing batch and on-demand encoding workloads.
In the first episode of our KubeCon series, James explains how his company is using Kubernetes to jump from one public cloud provider to another.
The Cloud Don is the consultant that enterprises turn to when they're seeking expertise on AI/ML, IoT, and every variety of Cloud deployment. Hear what he has to say about serverless vs. microservices, hybrid vs. multicloud, and much more.
She runs the largest OpenStack user group in the United States and has had a hand in starting and building dozens of other open source meetups. Hear how she does it and how you can get the most from your local user group.
Ilan shares highlights from the recent Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE), explains why he and his friends started it sixteen years ago, discusses the importance of data monitoring, and shares the results of Datadog’s annual container adoption study.
Former Internet Security Advisor to the White House, author, and President of Convergent Computing Rand Morimoto, Ph.D. applies the “psychology of cyberspace” to hacker activities, explains the success of Azure, and makes a case for jumping in to cloud with both feet.
Want to win big in the digital era? Stop fighting cloud and commit to major, major change. In this episode Randy Bias explains why only the bold will survive in an era where every company needs to become a technology company.