Cloud Native in 15 Minutes is the place to learn about the cutting edge of enterprise IT in the time it takes to grab a coffee. From AI to Kubernetes, you'll hear the people behind popular technologies explain why they matter to your company.
Event-driven integration and architecture (with James Urquhart)
VMware executive adviser and distributed systems expert James Urquhart discusses the movement toward event-driven integration systems, as well as why events and event-driven architectures are so popular. He also explains how to build a team to deliver on the event-driven promise.
Business transformation after COVID-19 (with Gautham Pallapa)
Gautham Pallapa, a global CTO at VMware, discusses how COVID-19 will affect digital and overall business transformation efforts. Although it has been painful, the pandemic has forced businesses to rethink their strategies in key IT areas, and has shone a light on where to focus innovation.
VMware Tanzu and the evolution to cloud-native (with James Watters)
James Watters, CTO of VMware's MAPBU, talks through the evolutions in application architecture, open source, and infrastructure that led to the current focus on all things cloud-native—and why that's a really good thing. He also explains where VMware's new Tanzu portfolio, which includes technology from its recent Pivotal acquisition, fits into this landscape.
Facilitating digital transformation from the C-suite (audio blog posts)
This episode features audio versions of two blog posts that ran on Intersect over the past year: "How CEOs can drive digital innovation without learning to code" and "For designers or developers, actually trying is the key to hiring digital talent". Both posts offer advice from industry analysts, and host Derrick Harris, on the business-level changes necessary to complement cloud-native technologies.
Spring and Spring Cloud (with Spencer Gibb)
Spring Cloud co-creator and VMware engineer Spencer Gibb explains the Spring framework for developing Java applications. He goes into particular detail on Spring Cloud, a collection of components that simplify the process of building modern, distributed applications that can take advantage of public cloud resources, microservices, stream processing, and more.
Highlights episode No. 2 (strategies for adopting modern IT practices and technologies)
This "best of" episode features highlights from the podcast's first 6 months, focused on the business implications of adopting modern IT practices and technologies (including cloud-native), and strategies for doing so successfully. Guests include Andrew Ng (deeplearning.ai/AI Fund/etc.); Dave Rensin (Google); Stephen O'Grady (RedMonk); and Jessica Lin and Jonathan Lehr (Work-Bench).