A weekly podcast about the business of cloud computing, artificial intelligence and data science. Hosted by Derrick Harris.
Bringing usable AI to the enterprise (with Igor Jablokov, Pryon)
Pryon founder and CEO Igor Jablokov explains how his company makes it easier for enterprises to access their important data by utilizing augmented intelligence and efficient language models. He also discusses where AI is headed both in the enterprise and in our personal lives thanks to advances in models, chip architectures, and more.
Bridging the last mile in data science (with Barry McCardel, Hex )
Hex Technologies co-founder and CEO Barry McCardel talks about how his company is attempting to simplify the data science workflow—notebooks, collaboration, storytelling, sharing, you name it. And with a focus on security, something for which the founding team developed an affinity during their time at Palantir. McCardel also discusses the (hopefully) novel experience of growing an early-stage startup during a pandemic.
Bringing the sexy back to data integration (with Tim Delisle, Datalogue)
Datalogue co-founder and CEO Tim Delisle discusses how his company is trying to remake data integration for large enterprises, by taking advantage of Kubernetes, good UX, and a focus on performance and security. Delisle also shares his take on why the big data movement might have missed the boat.
Fast, effective mental health care for employees (with Adam Chekroud, Spring Health)
Spring Health co-founder and chief product officer Adam Chekroud explains his company's platform for helping employer's offer quality mental health care to their employees. Chekroud, who's professionally trained in the field, also discusses how employers can do more to encourage mental health, how social media can affect mental health, and how COVID-19 and recent civil rights movements are causing effects both good and bad.
Kubernetes-Off-the-Shelf Software (with Grant Miller, Replicated)
The Architecht Show returns (!) with Replicated co-founder and CEO Grant Miller talking about how his company is enabling KOTS, or Kubernetes-Off-the-Shelf software. We dive into a number of topics around this, including the pitfalls of relying too heavily on SaaS, the popularity of Kubernetes itself, and how laws like Europe's GDPR are forcing companies to rethink how and where they manage user data.
Ep. 84: Apptio CEO on where enterprises are really spending their money in the cloud
In this episode of the ARCHITECHT Show, Apptio CEO Sunny Gupta explains the economics of cloud computing and IT, in general -- based on what he's seeing from Apptio's large collection of enterprise users. While cloud spending is still relatively low as a piece of the overall pie, it's increasing fast as a result of SaaS adoption, and trends such as digital transformation and even artificial intelligence. Aside from sheer usage, Gupta also discusses the effects of complexity on IT budgets, as companies struggle to figure out how efficiently they're utilizing services and get control of zombie or credit-card subscriptions.
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Entertaining, insightful and actionable! 🙌
Whether you’re well established as someone who can translate creative energy into the impact you want to have on the world, or just getting started as a technology innovator - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Derrick does an incredible job leading conversations that cover a huge breadth of topics related to the ins and outs of navigating a rapidly evolving data science and AI landscape - with leaders who’ve actually walked the path. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!
Must-listen for cloud computing, big data, and AI
Derrick Harris has been covering Hadoop, cloud computing, big data, and AI for years as part of outlets like Gigaom and has always been one of the best in the business. After Gigaom closed up, I was thrilled that he was able to continue podcasting with the Architecht Show. The show is a mix of industry news at the beginning and then an interesting guest for the second half. Derrick's interviews are deep and are not fluff, and he's connected enough in the industry that he can give insightful commentary on what the broader implications are for a given piece of news.
About the only thing I don't like about the podcast is the name, but otherwise it's one of the few podcasts that I listen to every week.