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  • 00:40

    PaaS and Data Analytics Maturity – Digital Nibbles Podcast episode 49

    in Technology

    In our first episode of 2014, Krish Subramanian (@krishnan), Director of OpenShift Strategy for Red Hat, stops by to talk about the company’s OpenShift platform and the rise of Platform as a Service (PaaS). Then Edd Dumbill (@edd), Founding Chair of O’Reilly Strata and VP of Strategy at Silicon Valley Data Science, chats about big data and where innovations are happening.

  • 00:43

    Analytics for eCommerce and PaaS for the Enterprise – DNP 31

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    We’ve got two great interviews this week, focusing on some emerging technologies. First, Will Young (@zapposlabs), the director of Zappos Labs, stops by to talk about the customer experience and using analytics and social media to find new ways for customers to shop and interact. Then Sam Charrington (@samcharrington), the principal of CloudPulse Strategies (and co-founder of Cloudcamp with Ruv), joins DNP to break down IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS and to discuss where PaaS is heading in the enterprise.
    Show Timeline:
    0:00 – Introductions and News of the Week 10:18 – Interview with Will Young 22:52 – Interview with Sam Charrington 39:03 – Wrap up

  • 00:40

    Cloud Orchestration and Data Gravity – Digital Nibbles Podcast episode 60

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    Allyson and Reuven are finally reunited this week for a new episode with a couple of great guests. First up, Michael Crandell (@michaelcrandell), the CEO of RightScale stops by to talk about cloud management in the cloud environment and bridging services (servers/network/storage) to run applications. He also weighs in on the PaaS vs. IaaS debate. Then Dave McCrory (@mccrory), the CTO of Basho, discusses distributed database technology and also the concept of Data Gravity – thinking about data as if it were a planet that builds mass and attracts additional Services and Applications. When data is large enough, it’s virtually impossible to move.


    Show timeline:



    0:00 – Introductions and News of the Week
    9:17 – Interview with Michael Crandell
    23:38 – Interview with Dave McCrory
    36:52 – Wrap up

  • 00:39

    A New Decentralized System for Digital Transactions – DNP episode 51

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    First up this week, we have CEO Johann Gevers (@johanngevers) and CTO Chris Odom of Monetas. Based on the Open-Transactions project, Monetas is aiming to be the world’s first decentralized system for financial and legal transactions – a digital contracting platform. They’ve seen interest for a variety of different uses/industries including: money remittance, cell phone providers, banks, consumer applications, and virtual worlds. Then returning guest Gordon Haff (@ghaff), a cloud evangelist at Red Hat, stops by to talk about integration of the entire Red Hat portfolio under the Open Hybrid Cloud umbrella. It’s not a single product, but a set of capabilities to address business problems. He also discusses the current state of IaaS and PaaS and how they will evolve in the future.


    Show Timeline:



    0:00 – Introductions and News of the Week
    11:59 – Interview with Johann Gevers and Chris Odom
    26:51 – Interview with Gordon Haff
    37:13 – Wrap up

  • 00:41

    The Changing Role of IT in the Enterprise – DNP 43

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    Reuven’s hosting solo again, as Allyson is out with a cold. He breaks with tradition and brings on this week’s guests together for a wide-ranging discussion on the role of IT in the enterprise. Bart Copeland (@bart_copeland), CEO and president of ActiveState, talks about private Platform as a Service – bringing PaaS behind the firewall and offering enterprises control and management over their platform. Kevin Behr (@kevinbehr), founder and president of Assemblage Pointe and a co-author of Phoenix Poject, joins to talk about his book and applying manufacturing knowledge to high tech.
    Show timeline:
    0:00 – Introduction and News of the Week 9:51 – One big interview with Bart Copeland and Kevin Behr 39:15 – Wrap up

  • 00:45

    Cloud Workloads – Digital Nibbles Podcast episode 29

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    We’re 100% cloud computing-focused this week. First Gordon Haff (@ghaff), cloud evangelist from Red Hat stops by to talk about the rise of Platform as a Service (PaaS) especially in the enterprise space. Then Tom Lounibos (@lounibos), CEO of SOASTA, discusses three products: 1. CloudTest, a test automation suite for mobile developers to test their app and associated workload, 2. TouchTest, an environment for mobile developers to test apps on hundreds of different permutations, and 3. Real User Measurement (RUM), a developer view of every user on a Website or mobile site.
    Show Timeline:
    0:00: Introductions and News of the Week 9:03: Interview with Gordon Haff 22:05: Interview with Tom Lounibos 37:56: Wrap up

  • 01:00

    SaaS,PaaS,data security,ecommerce,website & cloud computing

    in Business

    What it all means and how small to mid-size companies can utilize new technologies to be more efficient, increase security and protection against data loss.

  • 00:30

    Stop Kidding Yourself: Cloud Realities You Need to Embrace

    in Technology

    You stand to gain a lot from the cloud, but your journey there is as important as the goals you aspire to. Join this radio show to truly understand what a CIO needs to do to build a successful private cloud and what skills and values the IT team will need to embody.
    From this radio show you’ll also learn:
    The pitfalls of running your own cloud The costs, both hidden and otherwise, of setting the cloud up The constraints to be aware of The real-world approach needed for a successful cloud Catherine Spence is an Enterprise Architect (EA) and PaaS Lead for Intel IT’s award-winning Cloud Computing program. Her technical focus includes SaaS and PaaS, client-side virtualization/streaming, and real-time applications. Catherine has published a number of papers on cloud computing and has won an industry EA award for Architectural Excellence. At Intel since 1996, she has also served as Computing Director, Consulting Practice Manager, and Senior Software Engineer. She holds degrees in engineering, computer science, and software engineering from Trinity College and Harvard University.
    Ganesh Padmanabhan is a Senior Manager of Product Management & Planning at Dell Enterprise Solutions Group (ESG). He is currently responsible for Dell’s converged infrastructure and cloud solutions portfolio with products like Active System and vStart. In this capacity, he leads the strategic product planning and product management for these solutions. He had been one of the original members of the VIS product marketing team, which helped incubate and launch the first set of enterprise software products for Dell. He has been with Dell for six years and has held a variety of roles in engineering, product development, and marketing, with products like the VIS Creator, AIM, Dell PERC controllers, and PowerVault Storage.

  • 01:00

    Bungee Labs -- Platform as a Service (PaaS)

    in Software

    Join us as we talk with Ted Haeger and Alex Barnett from Bungee Labs.

    From their website:

    Platform-as-a-Service is a single environment encompassing the entire web application lifecycle from development through delivery.