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Managed OpenShift has a Posse (the Developer Voice)
In this episode of the IBM Cloud Podcast we go a little bit behind the scenes at IBM and talk about the user. The user journey is super important at IBM Cloud, yet most of what we do is very developer centric. Today, Sai Vennam, joins us on the show to discuss his journey to fame and how he has influenced IBM Cloud being "the voice of the developer". Sai discusses what he likes, doesn't like....but mostly what makes him tick as a developer and why he loves being a developer for IBM
A super social, technical offering manager, Sai has a wonderful relationship with the developer community and shares his thoughts, views and interacts through his social channels. A quick Google search of Sai will show you this and also all the wonderful video content he created and developed over the years.
VMware and RedHat and IBM Cloud
In the fourth and final episode of this 4-part series around Software define Data centres and VMware on IBM Cloud, Matt Johnson joins us on the show to discuss the interesting world of RedHat and VMware on IBM Cloud. Customers can take advantage of VMware's support of Red Hat OpenShift in a scalable and automated cloud model. With this foundation, anyone can lift and shift VMware workloads to the IBM Cloud initially and then, over time, modernize their applications by deploying Red Hat OpenShift. We see how simple this really is
Disaster Recovery and Backup in a Software Defined DC
In the third episode of this 4-part series around Software define Data centres and VMware on IBM Cloud, Jordan Shamir joins us on the show to discuss the interesting world of disaster recovery and back up within a software defined data centres. . We discuss the importance of disaster recovery and having a back up solution in place before diving in the SDDC space. We get a chance to talk about the solutions IBM Cloud offer in this space and how it all works across multiple clouds. #
The Makeup of a Software-Defined Data Centre
In the second episode of this 4-part series around Software define Data centres and VMware on IBM Cloud, Rajeev Saxena joins us on the show to discuss the magic behind the intelligent software system which drives virtual data centres today. We discuss the partnership of IBM & VMware, the success and concerns of implement and how IBM just made it super easy to get started with an industry leading entry point.
The Software-Defined Data Centre
JD Wells kicks off this 4-part series around Software define Data centres and VMware on IBM Cloud. We get a complete overview of this key and revenant IT space and how IBM's relationship with VMware is providing a more Secure Journey To Cloud Trusted By Thousands Of Enterprises. VMware on IBM Cloud Solutions are designed to help move VMware workloads from on premises to the IBM Cloud.
Roger Snook joins us on the show to talk about how IBM offers the platform and tools needed to build native mobile apps and robust mobile back ends. Roger explains how the dynamic world of mobile is always changing and how we need to be prepared to build smarter mobile services and applications using, of course, IBM Cloud. If you plan or are planning to build, launch and maintain native, hybrid or web-based mobile apps Roger gives us some food for thought in this thought provoking episode.
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Hearing experts speak about these matters in a conversational manner has been extremely helpful! I really appreciate in particular the way the solutions are laid out in layman’s terms, use cases, and the one takeaway at the end.
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Thorough, relevant and educational
Steve and Ian do a great job bringing in the right guests. Good stuff overall
Most informative cloud podcast out!