Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Hot Aisle – The Embedded World of IoT with Andy Rhodes – Episode 38

Andy Rhodes (@andrewmrhodes) Executive Director of IoT for Dell (@Dell) joins us this week on The Hot Aisle to talk about the Internet of Things (IoT). Your hosts Brent Piatti (@BrentPiatti) and Brian Carpenter (@intheDC) break down what IoT is, why it’s become such a popular topic, and how companies are leveraging it.  We’re learn a bit about what we’re calling an IoT Burrito – Speed on the Outside, Trends in the Middle. Additionally, we wax poetic about the Internet of Bees, Digital Exhaust, and why networks crave a “SPAM Filter” for IoT!  Grab yourself a 5 Hour Energy, distill it down, and get 1 hr of crazy energy because you don’t want to miss a second of this info packed session.

The Hot Aisle – Taking the Enterprise to School with EMC Dojo – Episode 37

Live from EMC World 2016!!! Our first trifecta of guests on the Podcast this go round: Brian Gallagher (@bgallagher32) – President of EMC’s Cloud Platform Team, Brian Roche (@brianrochebos) – Sr. Dir. of Engineering & Cloud Platforms for the Team, and Idit Levine @Idit_Levine – their CTO.  Your hosts Brent Piatti (@BrentPiatti) and Brian Carpenter (@intheDC) break down the role of the EMC Dojo (@EMCDojo) in modern app dev with Cloud Foundry, what a Unikernel is, and a pretty ‘Unique’ new Open Source project called UniK focused in the Unikernel world.  But Wait, There’s more! Tons of other projects and cool things the EMC Dojo is bringing to bear – so , pop your headphones in, disregard the 20K+ chatty EMC World attendees in the background, and learn a thing or 10 on this episode.

The Hot Aisle – OpenStack is Finding its’ Focus, with Ken Hui – Episode 36

Kenneth Hui (@kenhuiny) Sr. Technical Marketing Manager for Rackspace (@rackspace) joins us this week on The Hot Aisle to talk about OpenStack and all the hotness that was revealed at OpenStack Summit 2016 . Your hosts Brent Piatti (@BrentPiatti) and Brian Carpenter (@intheDC) break down where OpenStack is winning & losing, the different consumption models of it, Rackspace’s contribution to the projects, and some of the cool Open Source initiatives like containerization of OpenStack. So grab your favorite bowl of cereal and put on your comfy sweats, cuz we’re about to milk Kenneth for all his knowledge.