For those bright eyed amongst you the podcasts stopped broadcasting new content on June 12th 2014. I'm not going to go into the long and rather bizarre story now as to why the podcasts stopped, I've eluded to it on the Podcast page you can access by clicking this link or the menu above.
From that page you can access ALL the archived shows from The CloudEvangelist Website and Red Hat Summit Radio 2013 and 2014 archived thanks to the wonderful folk at Stitcher Smart Radio where the show was also broadcast from and remains.
If you want to subscribe to an RSS there is a listing for one on the podcasts page that remains live.
Apologies for broken embedded links - I won't be going back through the site to repair/replace them as this site is all but deprecated with new current activities.
For months now we've been planning on getting our act together and getting on iTunes. We ummed and ahh'd about it, would anyone other than the 30,000+ downloads we've had from 8300+ people who've downloaded directly bother to do it if it hit iTunes ? Would anyone want to listen. Well apparently the answer is yes so as of tonight I've been submitted to iTunes and am awaiting a nice email back telling me whether they'll accept it. As loyal readers (and listeners) I'm making the first one available here and it is also available from the RSS feed (http://cloudevangelist.libsyn.com/rss).
So today's download features James Labocki talking about Open Hybrid Cloud, Cloudforms and the upcoming tech optimisation webcast on the 5th December where he is one of the erstwhile presenters. Recorded remotely from Bath in the UK to the coastline of Florida over the interweb the quality is good. The music is good (thanks to Jon Amor, good pal and erstwhile muso god from Devizes whose new album is out right now !!!) for the entry and exit music is from his single "The Rules" which he has graciously allowed us to use for the podcast ! While you're listening head down to James Labocki's website - allthingsopen.com and read some of the stories on there, bookmark it while you're there.
Download the podcast here in MP3 format only
Today we're working hard to get the iTunes feed sorted and new hosting arranged to handle the feed and bandwidth. Amazon and local hosting wasn't sufficient to give us the data analysis I wanted to try and achieve. Given we've had nearly 11,500 downloads of what so far has been an "experiment" we're hoping for good things. It also forces me to practice and hone a dark art that I had no idea how to do as recently as eight weeks ago.
So how it will work is that two recent new podcasts will be the first to feature on iTunes and then I will upload the BACK CATALOGUE of thirteen episodes in no particular order to ensure we use them up. Sorry for those that will have heard them but it's to get this content to a wider audience who are not already aware of the meandering monotonous tone of a geek with a microphone out to change the world in baby steps.
So watch this space and as soon as I have a RSS feed to give you you'll see it here first.