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I keep being asked "how do I get involved with what you're recording and putting out on your podcast ?". Well the simple answer is you have to be brave enough to stand in front of a field recorder in the bowels of The Moscone and talk to me. I'm recording all day today and Wednesday and there are still slots free.

Remember I AM a journalist so you have to treat me as such when we talk, this stuff goes public fast so think about what you're going to say and enjoy the ride.

Usual caveats apply. This podcast is meant for entertainment purposes only. Your mileage may vary. Do not try this at home. Void where prohibited. Some assembly required. Do not use while operating a motor vehicle, heavy equipment or when configuring an OpenStack architecture. Podcasts may be too intense for some listeners and children under 30 years of age. Please remain seated until the podcast has come to a complete stop. Studies have shown regular exposure to these podcasts causes increased weight gain. I am not a professional, I have no training, I'm not even particularly good at horse whispering. Don't believe everything that you know. Please keep your hands in the vehicle at all times. Do not tap on glass. Do not eat anything that has been on the floor for more than 3 days. Keep your hands to yourself. Not to be taken internally etc etc.

I recorded and released a show with the legend that is Josh Bressers from Red Hat and that recording is out now, click below to listen or goto iTunes, Player.FM or Stitcher (links in story below).

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Live from RSA Conference 2016

This week I am in San Francisco recording a special radio show for TheStack.com and Red Hat called "Locked Down" I will be talking to the brightest and the best at RSA, expect to see a variety of shows going live over the week, discussing everything about the growing technologies, emerging products and the challenges that we are facing in security.

How do I get the show ?

If you have an iOS device simply subscribe via the Apple Podcast client on iOS available from the Apple store (or via Overcast or your podcast client of choice), simply search for "Locked Down" once installed. Stitcher Internet Radio App also is carrying the show.  SoundCloud is also carrying the stream.

If you have an Android device install Player.FM or BeyondPod and again search on "Locked Down" and subscribe. Stitcher Internet Radio App just like Player.FM and BeyondPod carries the show - all installable from the Google Play store. You can also listen in via SoundCloud.

If you are in a browser you can listen to all the shows as they appear using Player.FM directly by bookmarking and clicking http://bit.ly/1KWVVaB directly via your desktop, or via Stitcher http://stitcher.com/s?fid=84147&refid=stpr in Safari, Firefox or on any Mac or Windows browser. Stitcher doesn't always play well with Chrome, if you're a Chrome browser user click the Player FM link.

You can listen to episode 1 here in this post or visit SoundCloud's stream 

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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

Diane Mueller, the gloriously self styled "PaaS Queen" on our OpenShift team sat down with me at Openstack Developer Summit in Portland almost two weeks ago now and talked everything OpenShift Origin. Boy was it a doozie.. This lady is seriously amazing when it comes to understanding the PaaS marketplace and she needs you to listen to her. She had me at go when we were recording, held me in the palm of her hand the entire session and I would follow her into battle in a heartbeat folks.

Use OpenShift ? Use Heroku ? Thinking about PaaS ? Then you don't want to miss this podcast, Diane is a heavy hitter and she has really started to blaze a trail at Red Hat since joining us earlier this year. You know when you have one of those "Come to Jesus" moments, someone flicks a light on upstairs and stuff falls into place ? Diane has that ability to shake the wheat from the chaff and demonstrates it in todays show.

Come back soon for two major podcasts on Cloud legality with Kuan Ho, and a discussion with Brian Stevens CTO of Red Hat talking OpenStack and Open Source.

Download the podcast here in MP3 format only