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Yesterday I was at London Ceph Days, an event co hosted by Red Hat and Dell talking the latest Ceph goodness. Great venue near Barbican, well attended but for those who couldn't make it or geographically seperated by distance I thought I'd take a mini studio of HD video cam, and some small studio lights and do a recording with Russ Turk VP of Community at Inktank, now a Red Hat company.

Always a pleasure to talk with Russ, we have a mutual employment history going back a long time and he's genuinely passionate about storage, cloud and the open source movement that we've spent so long working to prosper.

Here's the video. It will scale up to 720 and 1080p if you change your viewing options accordingly.

 

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Early this morning I recorded remotely with Mark Cox Director of Product Security Engineering at Red Hat and one of the founders of the OpenSSL Foundation talking about the latest OpenSSL vulnerability. Listen in to find out what it means for you, the real actual picture of what it means for the industry and a proper picture of risk and mitigation.

I broke the Heartbleed SSL story to the world so this time I thought we'd do it properly and have something you could listen in to.

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Alessandro Pirelli who heads up the Open Hybrid Cloud team here at Red Hat gave an impassioned presentation on his take on what the industry needs to understand to succeed and how Red Hat wants to help you get there.

If you have time make sure you sit through this video, it might be the smartest thing you do all week.

I will be bringing Red Hat Summit Radio back to life for 2014 live from the Moscone Center in San Francisco, you can subscribe via iTunes, Stitcher, Podfeed and many other syndicated feeds that are live. Alternatively visit and bookmark this URL from your tablet, smartphone or PC and you will have a live link to the latest recordings from this years Red Hat Summit.

Saving the URL to your homepage on your Android or iOS smartphone is even better, simply do it and then click it to always have access to the latest content with a custom smartphone / tablet friendly front end.