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Cloud Unfiltered is a series of interviews with the people that are working to move cloud technology and implementation forward. This includes everyone from software engineers and open source project leads to IT executives and cloud users. In these interviews we talk about different cloud architectures, management models, and deployment strategies. We discuss platform compatibility, the culture changes required for cloud success, and the complimentary technologies that are making cloud more ...
 
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Ready for a juicy technical episode that doles out super-strategic advice at the same time? Excellent. Because in this half-hour Tolga explains what he meant when he said VMs are in fact becoming obsolete in a recent Forbes article. He and Pete also go deep into a discussion about whether or not "serverless first" is becoming a thing, and who serve…
 
Luca works for Cisco. He lives in Italy, and he wanted to help more people master the technologies and strategies that enable successful cloud implementations. So he started a local user group. In this episode he'll explain what he did right, what he would do differently, and how he's getting the group through remote meetups during the pandemic. If…
 
Are you on top of the non-human identities in your cloud environment? Do you know how many there are (really) and what kind of permissions they're set up with? In this episode we speak with Eric Kedrosky, CISO at Sonrai security about the rapidly escalating challenges surrounding the issue of non-human identities in the cloud. We talk about what th…
 
In this episode we sit down and chat with Emil Sayegh--one of the pioneers of cloud computing and a true industry visionary--about what is happening in terms of cloud computing technology right now, and what's on the horizon in the next few years. A few of the questions we cover include: Will the Big 3 public providers have a price war? Will they c…
 
In June the Cloud Native Computing Foundation announced that Dan Kohn would be stepping away from his role as the leader of the organization and Priyanka Sharma--a longtime contributor, speaker, and leader in the CNCF community--would be taking his place. So who is Priyanka? What are her plans for the Foundation? And what can we expect from the upc…
 
In this episode we talk with John Heintz, Global Systems Engineering Manager at Cisco, about what Cisco Stealthwatch is, how it has evolved over the past year, and how it secures your environment in a way that is fundamentally different from other security technologies. We also discuss some recent security breaches, the "shared responsibility" mode…
 
What do you know about WebAssembly? Have you used it outside the browser? Have you thought about how it might be used outside the browser? Tyler McMullen has. WebAssembly is his specialty, and he's got some pretty powerful ideas about how this versatile instruction format may evolve to do even more impressive things. In this episode we talk with hi…
 
Ever get the feeling you might not be getting all the value you can out of the data your company generates? In this episode former Forrester Research principal analyst Paul Sonderegger explains why that feeling is probably right and what you can do to remedy the situation. Tune in to find out what kinds of data businesses often overlook, and hear r…
 
Are microservices all upside? Is Kubernetes too complicated? Does Knative go far enough? Who is Knative right for? Are we headed to a "serverless first" world?This episode is truly the manifestation of our ideal "chatting with a friend over beers after a busy day at a conference" vision. Hope you enjoy the wide-ranging talk about many of the big is…
 
We're in the midst of an application revolution. The number of applications in the average enterprise is exploding, and at the same time those applications are more interconnected than ever. So how on earth are you supposed to monitor them all and manage them all and move the right ones to the cloud while keeping the right ones on-prem? In this epi…
 
Whether you're a seasoned IT pro, a total beginner, or any of the things in-between, there is always room to learn more in this industry. Maybe you need to wrap your brain around containers--or figure out Kubernetes specifically. Maybe you want to get your Google Cloud certification, or expand your understanding of blockchain. The list of things yo…
 
Agile software development has inadvertently put security in the hands of developers--for better or for worse. Do your developers know this? Do they care? How do you and your security team ensure you're shipping secure software while still moving fast? In this episode we'll speak with Guy and Gareth about how we got where we are when it comes to se…
 
How's your service mesh game? Do you feel like it's strong? Like you know what you need to in order to leverage it effectively within your company's IT environment? Whether it is or not, this is the episode to listen to if you want to learn more about service mesh.In it we talk to Idit Levine, founder and CEO of solo.io about some of the central be…
 
In the third installment of our KubeCon San Diego series, Manifold co-founder Matt Creager explains his company's marketplace-as-a-service for developer tools and services, then discusses cloud workload portability, the importance of using the right tool for the job, and shares which KubeCon announcement he's found most exciting so far.…
 
So many people. So much sound. So much to do in such a short time. Do you find yourself extremely stressed at conferences? Do you wonder if it's normal or if there's anything you can do about it? In this episode Dr. Jennifer Akullian, founder and psychologist at the Growth Coaching Institute describes what kind of mental health services specificall…
 
We all know the cattle vs. pets analogy as it applies to servers, but have you ever considered that you may be doing the same thing with your Kubernetes clusters? In this episode Bill explains why it happens, why you want to correct the situation, and how to approach it. To read the article we reference in this episode, visit: https://thenewstack.i…
 
What do you really need to worry about when moving to the cloud and what's just not worth your time? In this episode, cloud security specialist Ian Tibble explains why many of the perceived challenges in the cloud are not actually unique to cloud at all. He also outlines some of the very real security issues you should be thinking about, explains t…
 
In this episode we're diverging from our regular cloud-centric conversations for a moment to get into the network. William B. Norton is the co-founder of NOIA (Network Optimized Internet Architecture) and he has some really interesting things to say about what they're doing to make the network smarter and ultimately faster. Again, it's not as cloud…
 
Vijoy is Cisco's Cloud CTO and prior to that he was the head of engineering for data centers and backbone networks at Google. He's got a lot of interesting things to say about the different phases of automation, the needs of different users (hyperscalers, SPs, and enterprises), the gap between off-prem and on-prem cloud solutions, and how the whole…
 
It's fun to talk about digital transformation. Lots less fun to actually do it. But in this interview, Sebastien explains how he successfully implemented a sweeping data center overhaul initiative that started with a $0 budget (and was really more of a future vision) with a little help from Cisco. He tells us what inspired it, how he got executives…
 
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.…
 
As a distinguished architect at Chef Software, Scott Ford is up to his neck in the business of IT automation--all day every day. So he's got a front row seat to what's actually happening out there, and a lot of insight as a result. Among other things, he says that digital transformation is real, that everything should be driven as code, that we sho…
 
How do you make the right decisions about moving to the cloud when there are over half a million SKUs in AWS alone? In this week's episode, Jeff Aden of 2nd Watch explains how AWS has changed, how moving to the cloud is helping some companies save a LOT of money, and where the cost savings opportunities are for others that haven't made the move yet…
 
Yes, companies are still doing it. They're moving to the cloud--or continuing to move to the cloud--and sometimes they need help. This week we talk with Javed Sikander about how companies in different market segments are approaching cloud differently, why they're choosing different cloud providers, which companies are asking for hybrid solutions, a…
 
More than 100 billion IoT devices will be shipped over the next 4-5 years, and those devices will generate an almost unimaginable volume of data. But we can't store it all in the cloud, and there aren't enough smart people to manage it all, so what happens with it? Simon Crosby says AI at the Edge is the answer, and he explains why in this week's e…
 
Joe Duffy had been a software engineer for 20 years, but when he started working with container and serverless technologies he was stunned by the amount of time he had to spend learning obscure concepts and completing repetitive manual tasks. Convinced there had to be a better way, he started a multi-language, multi-cloud development platform calle…
 
Pete Johnson has a side hustle. It's a serverless LAMP stack for Kubernetes that he calls FONK. In this episode we find out what FONK stands for, what it does, why Pete started it, and how it can make working with containers a whole lot more efficient all the way around. His main collaborator, Julio Gomez joins us as well to provide additional insi…
 
Some places in the world simply aren't very well served by public cloud providers. Think most of Africa. Or South America. In those places, the distance between users and the nearest data center is great enough that latency becomes noticeable--and problematic. DeepCloud AI aims to address that problem by creating a network of unused compute and sto…
 
In late January, the Linux Foundation announced the formation of LF Edge--an umbrella organization to establish an open, interoperable framework for edge computing independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system. In this episode, Arpit Joshipura explains why LF Edge was needed, who it serves, which projects are anchoring it, and how ed…
 
Establishing an easy-to-use hybrid cloud that delivers a seamless user experience is virtually impossible if you go the DIY route. But the process gets a whole lot easier--and a whole lot faster--when you do it with the help of the recently announced Cisco Hybrid Solution for Kubernetes on AWS. In this episode we speak with Matt Ferguson of Cisco's…
 
When you change a product so much that you decide a name change is appropriate as well, you must have a heck of a story to tell. And that's exactly what Jeremy Oakey does in this episode of Cloud Unfiltered. Recorded on the exhibitor floor of Cisco Live Barcelona, this discussion explores the new CloudCenter Suite's features, consumption models, us…
 
What kind of gremlins lurk within the millions of lines of code that comprise your company's applications? Are they slowing transactions down? Causing your applications to use more capacity than they'd otherwise need? Stressing the system in ways that create a poor customer experience? Application Performance Management tools help you establish bas…
 
New to Kubernetes? Then Noobernetes is for you. 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 who have taken those classes--as well as their best answers. If you're a Kubernetes noob (or know someone who is) this is t…
 
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. So what drove Lyft to make the move? How did they do it? And how did they manage to preserve service levels throughout the process? Lita explains it all in Part Three of our KubeCon/CloudNativeCon series.…
 
What do you do when your employer needs you 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. At least that's what these guys did. Find out how they did it, what tools they employed, what they did right, and what they might …
 
This is the first episode in the series we're doing at KubeCon Seattle. In it, James explains how his company is jumping from one public cloud to another with the help of Kubernetes. He also covers why they're doing it and shares his top tips for anyone else contemplating such a move.Please forgive the dodgy audio. I'm working with some new audio e…
 
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