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The On-Premise IT Roundtable gathers the best independent enterprise IT voices, puts them around a table, and gets them talking around a single topic. It breaks the traditional IT silos, taking on topics from across the isolated realms of servers, networking, storage, cloud, and mobility.

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    • 4.6 • 13 Ratings

The On-Premise IT Roundtable gathers the best independent enterprise IT voices, puts them around a table, and gets them talking around a single topic. It breaks the traditional IT silos, taking on topics from across the isolated realms of servers, networking, storage, cloud, and mobility.

    There’s Still No Viable Open Source Business Model

    There’s Still No Viable Open Source Business Model

    How can an open source project become your full-time job and how can you make money at it? Good question. Catch the podcast to find out!

    • 37 min
    Do Predictions Even Matter in 2021?

    Do Predictions Even Matter in 2021?

    Could anyone say they got their predictions mostly right in 2020? Even a little bit?







    As we begin 2021, we take a moment to realize that no matter how straightforward things might seem right now, there is always something coming at us that could upset every potential idea we have.







    Join a group of the brightest minds in the enterprise IT community to look at some of the trends and drivers that will shape the year to come.







    Ask yourself, do predictions even matter in 2021? Or will this be the year when everyone gets it all right?































    Participant







    Keith TownsendNed BellavanceTim CrawfordStephen Foskett











    Twitter







    @CTOAdvisor@Ned1313 @TCrawford @SFoskett











    Moderator







    Tom Hollingsworth @NetworkingNerd







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    • 38 min
    Bug Bounty Programs are Just Legalized Bribery

    Bug Bounty Programs are Just Legalized Bribery

    Finding bugs in software isn’t new. Finding security bugs is just as old. Even the process of selling them to nefarious operators has history.







    The rise of bug bounty programs is changing the economics of disclosure and patching, however. We’ve entered a new era of people trying to get top dollar for their investigations. The morality around it all is troubling.







    In this episode, find out if bug bounty programs are just legalized bribery.











    Bug bounty programs are legalized bribery. Or are they? Catch this podcast to learn more.















    On-Premises for today’s roundtable:











    Name







    Jens SoeldnerPieter-Jan NefkensChristopher Kusek











    Twitter







    @JensSoeldner@PJNef@cxi











    Moderator







    Tom Hollingsworth @NetworkingNerd







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    • 29 min
    Traditional Security Models Don’t Work From Just Anywhere

    Traditional Security Models Don’t Work From Just Anywhere

    As workers transition into the new state of working from their home office, what does that mean for our existing security technologies?







    How does the enterprise model of firewalls and appliances work when no one is in the corporate offices? Does the cloud hold the key to our salvation? Or is this problem too much to deal with in a pandemic?







    Join the community experts and a guest from VMware  as we look at how traditional security models need to be tweaked to work from where we work now.























    On-Premises for today’s roundtable:











    Name







    Rohan Naggi (VMware SME)Chris GrundemannJason Benedicic











    Twitter







    @VMware@ChrisGrundemann@JABenedicic











    Moderator











    Tom Hollingsworth











    @NetworkingNerd











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    • 31 min
    Rate Limiting Will Kill Docker

    Rate Limiting Will Kill Docker

    Docker has recently announced that they will rate limit image pulls from Docker Hub. These images are critical to modern infrastructure and have become critical to modern cloud infrastructure.







    Just about every Kubernetes environment pulls dozens of images from Docker Hub, and even if this move doesn’t cause issues immediately it sends a message that the community needs to find another place to store images.







    Maybe it’s a positive for the community to find another image repository. Maybe this will help Docker become a more supportable business within Mirantis in the future, but it does disrupt the cloud ecosystem. The big winner might be Microsoft, which could easily replace Docker Hub with GitHub and their other offerings, or it could be Amazon, Google, or even Red Hat.







    Docker has reached out after listening to our podcast with the following clarifications and corrections that are important. Here are the facts from Docker:







    * In November 2019, Mirantis acquired the Docker Enterprise business only. Docker itself refocused back on developers, and Docker Hub and Docker Desktop remained with the company. As such, Mirantis is not involved nor making any decisions regarding the direction of Docker Hub or Docker itself – they only acquired Docker Enterprise.* Docker remains committed to supporting and growing the Open Source ecosystem. In fact, we published this blog post announcing the launch of a special program to expand our support for Open Source projects that use Docker. Eligible projects that meet the program’s requirements (i.e., they must be open source and non-commercial) can request to have their respective OSS namespaces whitelisted and see their data-storage and data-egress restrictions lifted. More than 80 non-profit organizations have joined the program. * The rate limiting only impacts a very small percentage of unauthenticated users. Based on these limits, we expected only 1.5% of daily unique IP addresses to be included — roughly 40,000 IPs in total, out of more than 2 million IPs that pull from Docker Hub every day. The other 98.5% of IPs using Docker Hub can carry on unaffected — or more likely, receive improved performance as the heaviest users decreased. More in this blog post and this one. 























    On Premis for Today’s Roundtable











    Name







    Joep PiscaerLarry SmithCalvin Hendryx-ParkerEnrico SignorettiModerator: Stephen Foskett











    Twitter







    @JPiscaer @MrLESmithJr @CalvinHP@ESignoretti @SFoskett











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    • 24 min
    You Need Cloud Gateways to Transition to the Cloud

    You Need Cloud Gateways to Transition to the Cloud

    The world of the cloud is not your traditional enterprise IT space. The requirements are different for the way we access data and services. The tools we use to facilitate that also need to change.







    Is there a perfect mix of on-premises hardware and cloud software that will enable our digital transformation to the cloud? In this episode, we will see if you need cloud gateways to transition to the cloud.























    On-Premises for today’s roundtable:











    Name







    Craig ConnorsPaul StringfellowGreg StuartModerator: Tom Hollingsworth











    Twitter







    @Egregious@TechStringy@vDestination@NetworkingNerd











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    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

vcxi ,

What’s the Premises of this show?!

I’ve listened to this show many times and even participated on it as a guest and find it to be really enjoyable. It’s pretty hard hitting and digs into the depth of some topics that other podcasts, blogs and media just tend to not cover at all! Love it!

TracerX-1 ,

Great!

Really like the podcast info related to off and on-premises cloud info. Grammar nerd alert....it's "on premises", not "on premise". :-)

Kidsmeller ,

Fresh

The intro voice reminds me of Chris Parnell in Hot Rod. So AM radio! So fresh & so clean! Great choice, and keeping it very hip while keeping up with the IT community.

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