Tag Archives: ManageIQ

Todays podcast is a must for anyone in Cloud who needs to understand high level security. I'm joined over the ether to my studio in Bath in the UK by Gunnar Hellekson and David Egts. We're talking access controls, SELinux, sVirt, hardening, security in Government and how we engage in Cloud, security and KVM, Common Criteria - the whole works.

We talk RHEV, RHEL, OpenShift, CloudForms, ManageIQ, auditing, logging, hardening, security - learn how Red Hat secure the important enterprise, Government and industry platforms - allowing our customers to sleep easy.

You cannot afford to miss this weeks show !

Gunnar is the Chief Technology Strategist in Red Hat's US Public Sector team, trusted by government and the military alike and David is one of our Principal Architects at Red Hat. They both "live eat breathe" security so this podcast is three of us who are very passionate about the topic.

And folks theres more, if you liked this podcast tune in to the first few episodes of Dave and Gunnar's new podcast - the appropriately named Dave and Gunnar show which you can listen to by following this link directly. I totally recommend it, great listening. I've been working with them over the last few months recommending kit and I really think this is a show you should be listening to on a regular basis. Gunnar and Dave have taken a totally different spin on podcasting that Rhys Oxenham and I have been planning since November to do monthly that I bought the kit to do - but we haven't had the time to do. Since Christmas we've been set up to make the changes I keep mooting, and this will happen.

It's so nice to be back in the studio able to control the level of audio again, seems like an age since I was sat at a mixing desk recording this stuff. Listening to this podcast you wouldn't think that David was in Ohio, Gunnar in Houston, Texas and me the other side of the pond, and all recorded produced and released using Fedora - no Mac's here folks.

Come back soon for some great podcast content and if you haven't yet subscribed via iTunes or my RSS feed simply follow the menu bar above to get the links you need. Come back next week for some more great content.

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bryancheBryan Che who leads the technology team in the Cloud BU at Red Hat recorded a great podcast talking ManageIQ in the same vein that I did with John Hardy earlier in the year. Appearing on the DABCC show, the first in a series of podcasts with some of our technology team across the entire stack Bryan talks about why we acquired ManageIQ and what this means from a practical application perspective.

You can listen to the podcast here

I've been in Frankfurt, Germany this week with my colleague Frederik Bijlsma working on projects and plans, it therefore gave me a chance to take a mobile recording rig with me and to record a podcast. This is what fell out of that recording session.

We talk Open Hybrid Cloud, approaches to Cloud adoption design and deployment, exploring the Red Hat value proposition and avoiding vendor lock in. We talk about how to engage and to look at the key areas that benefit from Cloud planning, PaaS and IaaS. ManageIQ, CloudForms, OpenShift and also the interconnects to all layers of Cloud management.

Next week you're spoilt, two podcasts one recorded with James Strachan talking FuseSource, recently acquired by Red Hat and another with Ross Lawley of 10gen talking NoSQL goodness.

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After being disrupted by the snowstorms in the UK John and I finally met up and recorded this podcast at the Red Hat offices in Farnborough here in the UK. This is what fell out of that session, hope it's helpful and gives more context technical details around what ManageIQ brings to Red Hat.

It's already available on Apple iTunes (download the Podcast client from the Apple Store), Podfeed.net and will be synced with Stitcher Internet Radio very shortly as they update their RSS feeds.

Come back more next week I'm going to be releasing a podcast on Wednesday / Thursday this week and then recording a lot of content at FOSDEM in Brussels weekend of 2nd/3rd February. If you're going come say hi - who knows you could end up on a podcast !

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