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Cloud Cafe #44 Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud With Rich Wolski

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

In this podcast I get a chance to chat with Rich Wolski, the founder and CTO of Eucalyptus, about the new Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) 9.10. We talk about private clouds, the evolution of clouds, and some UEC architecture. Rich is clearly a visionary and he is as good as it gets in this podcast. [...]

Cloud Cafe #42 Infrastructure 2.0 With Greg Ness

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

I had a great time doing this podcast.  Greg Ness of Infoblox is a leader in the new Infrastructure 2.0 initiative.  We talk about the network being the new frontier for data center automation and clouds. Infrastructure and the Cambrian Explosion Infrastructure 2.0 The shell game of virtualization VLAN virtualization Infrastructure 2.0 working Group DNS [...]

Cloud Cafe #41 Canonical Cloud Talk With Simon Wardley

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

In this second podcast Simon, (Simon Wardley), gets even with me for last weeks football antics.  He makes me come up with a list of American characteristics.  This leads us into a lengthy discussion of why the British love to queue.  Oh yeah, we also talk about clouds a bit… Benefits of cloud computing Risks [...]

Cloud Cafe #40 Canonical Cloud Talk With Simon Wardley

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

This is a first in a series of podcasts Simon Wardley and I plan on doing together.  In this first episode we cut up a little about American football vs. UK Football.Oh yeah, we also talk about clouds a bit… It’s like computers in the internet in it UK cab drivers and the cloud What [...]

Cloud Cafe #38 Haddop and Cascading With Flightcaster

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

This is a great podcast with Bradford Cross a senior architect with Flightcaster.  He has been working with Flightcast for three months and wait to you hear the really cool stuff he has done with “Big Data”. Here is a list of the topics and technologies we discuss in this podcast: Freaking Flight Dealys Rails [...]

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