Tag Archives: DevOps

Tim Marston was on episode two of the podcasts I'd just started about 18 months ago and he was overdue to be on another show so we've recorded this talking DevOps funkiness, migrating JRE workloads to cloud. Tim's one of the honchos at Red Hat JBoss Advanced ISV Partner and ally Midvision who make some amazing products that help move JRE platforms to Cloud but also to do migration and management of JRE platforms easily and in a way that makes auditors sleep easy.

Well worth a listen and thanks to Tim for making time to do this.

   You can download the show here or via the RSS

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I'm joined on the podcast today by Max Cooter who is editor of CloudPro Magazine for a remotely recorded podcast, Max in Sussex me in windy wet Wiltshire for a podcast I've been meaning to record for some time but last time we tried we couldn't get diaries to sync. Technology allows us to do next best thing other the ether and this is the result we recorded yesterday. We originally aimed to record 8-10 minutes but the discussion got deeper and we ended up putting a lot of things on the table that are vitally important to decision makers and to cloud in general.

I let the session run and listening back when I was mixing the session in the early hours of this morning I am glad I did because here you have a podcast that might just make people start making notes and thinking about their own plans and provisioning and thinking about the structure of their ambitions in Cloud.

Max is a heavyweight, he talks Cloud for a living but gets to see a lot of the actual cloud metrics and deployments across the entire industry so is more "clued up" than most analysts due to exposure. We've worked together on a Dell Think Tank before and we were both out at GigaOM Structure in Amsterdam last year (Max is pictured above on the left during one of the fireside chat sessions).

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We talk governance, regulation, security, privacy, PRISM fallout for Cloud, we talk Red Hat Certified Cloud Provider Programme, service providers and the need for conformity, PaaS and OpenShift. CTO and CIO pressures in the datacentre - theres a whole wealth of stuff going on.

Do take time out to listen and come back next week where I have a podcast with Tim Kramer my colleague of way way too many years talking OpenSCAP, Cloud Security, OpenShift and the Cloud Security Alliance. Don't miss it we're going to make some people sit up.

 

Download the podcast here in MP3 format only