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Learn more: https://www.leostream.com In this episode of Let’s Talk, we sat down with Karen Gondoly, CEO at Leostream, a company that leverages open-source technologies to offer vendor-neutral VDI solutions to organizations of all sizes. The pandemic has created a massive demand for remote access to application environments so users can continue to…
 
In this episode of TFiR Let’s Talk (which was recorded a while back), Sylvia Hooks, Vice President (Portfolio Marketing & Enablement) - Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, talks about one of the recent surveys by Aruba to better understand how IT leaders recognize that the ability of organizations to realize business value from data increa…
 
In this episode of TFiR Let’s Talk, we invited Navya Dwarakanath, Solutions Engineer at Catchpoint, to talk about the importance of observability and SLOs as more and more companies are rushing towards digital transformation and embracing cloud-native technologies. We started off our discussion with learning a bit more about Catchpoint, a digital e…
 
Register now: https://bit.ly/3z56C65Cloud Foundry Foundation will be hosting the next Cloud Foundry Summit Virtual in July this year. We sat down with Chip Childers, Executive Director of the Foundation, to talk about the format of the event and what are some themes and topics we should be looking forward to. Essentially, there will be three tracks…
 
Learn more about VMware Tanzu: https://bit.ly/3zdsKLuIn 2020, we saw an uptake in the adoption of digital transformation and cloud-native technologies. Fast forward to 2021: As these adoptions are maturing, there has been a shift of focus towards Day 2 challenges and, more importantly, security. Security, as we all know, is no longer an afterthough…
 
Upbound, the creator of open source Crossplane — the modern, cloud-native alternative to Infrastructure as Code (IaC), has announced an enterprise-grade distribution of Crossplane called Upbound Universal Crossplane (UXP). The company also took two core products - Upbound Cloud and Upbound Registry - out of beta and announced their general availabi…
 
Replicated is the modern way to ship on-prem software. Replicated gives software vendors a container-based platform for easily deploying cloud-native applications inside customers' environments to provide greater security and control. We invited Replicated CEO and Co-Founder Grant Miller to talk about the state of software delivery in the Kubernete…
 
Learn more: https://fauna.com/featuresFauna is the creator of FaunaDB — a disruptive, global serverless database that makes modern applications possible with rich clients and serverless backends. The founders of the company come from global tech giants like Twitter. In this episode of Let’s Talk, I sat down with Evan Weaver, Co-Founder and CTO of F…
 
RackN has announced the release of RackN Digital Rebar v4.6, which introduces a load of new features including continuous provisioning automation with self-contained high availability and multi-platform universal workflow. In this episode of Let’s Talk, RackN CEO and Co-Founder Rob Hirschfeld joined us to tell us more about what’s new in v4.6 and a…
 
Learn more about Puppet Relay: https://puppet.com/products/relay/Puppet announced the general availability of Relay recently. We hosted Deepak Giridharagopal, CTO of Puppet to learn more about the project. He said that Relay is based on a couple of core hypotheses. If you are an ops type of person, you would find that automation in this kind of mod…
 
“SIOS provides clustering software that offers high availability for mission-critical applications, particularly when they're in the cloud. We protect them both on-premises in the cloud and in hybrid environments,” - Margaret Hoagland.Hoagland was recently promoted as the Vice President of Global Marketing at SIOS Technologies. We invited her to ou…
 
“Open Policy Agent or OPA was designed to be a policy engine that enables users to have a unified solution to authorization and policies that are across that Cloud Native stack. That’s super important because when you start thinking about putting policies in place for different applications running in different clouds, or different platforms using …
 
Lens is celebrating its first birthday this month. As companies accelerated their digital transformation and cloud-native journeys, Lens became an integral part of Kubernetes experience. Lens enjoyed wide-spread adoption within the Kubernetes ecosystem.In this episode of TFiR INSIGHTS, Miska Kaipiainen, Senior Director Of Engineering at Mirantis, j…
 
Scarf helps open-source developers distribute their software more effectively and with better observability. They believe that the open-source community as a whole should not only be sharing source code, but also data about that source code and how it is used. Scarf is creating a world where open-source maintainers can proactively make data-informe…
 
Lin Sun recently joined Solo.io from IBM, where she focussed on Istio. When asked what attracted her towards Solo.io, a fairly new startup, Sun said, “I’m always impressed with Solo.io as a company as how fast they innovate. And they build those interesting solutions. On top of open source projects like Istio and Envoy, I would say Solo.io is reall…
 
Register for PrestoCon Day: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/prestocon/In this special episode of TFiR Insights for PrestoCon Day 2021, we talked to Vinoth Chandar, Creator of Apache Hudi. Apache Hudi came into existence when Chandar was working at Uber, designing its overall data architecture. His team ran into a lot of foundational gaps with th…
 
Inspired by the success of PrestoCon 2020, the Linux Foundation is hosting a special half-day event for the PrestoDB community called PrestoCon Day on March 24.We are covering the event remotely and hosting a series of interviews and panel discussions for the event in which we will talk to some of the core members of the PrestoDB community. In this…
 
Recommendation engines are quite popular in the consumer space, but they are even more effective and essential in the enterprise space. Robin Purohit, Co-founder and CEO of Peritus.ai (https://peritus.ai/) compares them with Grammarly that we all use in our work life to help write better, Peritus.ai recommendation engine does the same for DevOps en…
 
Further democratizing Apache Cassandra, DataStax (https://www.datastax.com) has announced a serverless option for Cassandra via DataStax Astra, its Cassandra-as-a-Service offering. “You can now deploy Cassandra without having to think about capacity,” said Patrick McFadin, VP, Developer Relations at DataStax. “It’s a huge shift for Cassandra as dev…
 
Codefresh (https://codefresh.io/) recently appointed Dan Garfield as Chief Open Source Officer. Garfield is a regular guest on TFiR Insights so we hosted him again to learn more about this new role and what it means to Codefresh and open source projects that the company is involved with. It does further prove the commitment the company has towards …
 
Learn more about Polyverse: https://polyverse.com/In this episode of TFiR Secure IT, we discussed three major cybersecurity stories — Windows Exchange hack, Senate’s hearing on SolarWinds hack and NSA’s recommendations on zero trust. We were joined by Ron Nixon, Vice President at Polyverse, to deep dive into these stories and also discuss how Polyv…
 
Airbyte (https://airbyte.io/) is a promising, cloud based open-source data integration alternative to sync data from any applications, APIs, and databases to data warehouses, data lakes, and other destinations. Airbyte was co-founded by Michel Tricot (former director of engineering and head of integrations at Liveramp and RideOS) and John Lafleur (…
 
As much as we want to think that companies are prioritizing security in the cloud-native world, that is not the case. According to Karsten Samaschke, CEO of Cloudical, “Companies plan for security when pretty much everything is deployed, but that’s too late in the cloud and cloud-native environments.”Misconfigurations and bugs are primary causes of…
 
“Security is one of those things where it's like a chain, if you have one weak link, it doesn't matter how strong the other links are, the chain as a whole is weak,” said William Morgan, CEO of Buoyant. Morgan believes that security has to be in place for every aspect of a business to be successful. It’s like an airbag in a car, or a parachute in a…
 
Linode is doing extensive work on improving the cloud experience for its users by improving the network. It's all open-source, software-defined network replacing proprietary black boxes with commodity hardware and open-source software. Linode has created its own Linux-based operating system called LNOS (Linode Network Operating System) which runs L…
 
Duena Blomstrom is Co-Founder and CEO of PeopleNotTech, a company that brings back focus on people from tech. Psychological health and safety is a key indicator of high performing organizations. Especially in the age of the hybrid workforce, companies need to pay attention to the psychological aspects of their employees. Blomstrom will be deliverin…
 
This is a conversation with Archis Gore, CTO of Polyverse. Polyverse recently joined the newly announced Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF), a Linux Foundation project.Gore argues that Open Source software is built collaboratively. It doesn’t have a single ‘owner’ or a vendor. The community as a whole is the owner. What it means is that when…
 
Kong has announced the private beta release of Kong Konnect, a full-stack platform for cloud native applications delivered as a service. At the heart of Kong Konnect is the new ServiceHub. It features a runtime manager that enables self-service provisioning and day-2 operations of Kong runtimes across different cloud and Kubernetes providers, as we…
 
¬Most open-source projects start as private ‘scratch your own itch’ whether it’s by an individual or at a company. However, as soon as a project is made public and starts attracting both users and contributors it hits the problem of scale. Scaling an open-source project is a bit different from scaling a product. The real scalability challenges an o…
 
In this special edition of TFiR Newsroom, we are offering exclusive interviews from #RHSummit. In this interview Stefanie Chiras, Vice president and general manager, Red Hat Enterprise Linux talks about not only RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2), but also how RHEL has evolved overtime to serve customers running workloads like AI & ML.…
 
We sat down with Rob Hirschfeld, CEO of RackN to analyze today’s news that Google is planning to ‘donate’ Istio to a foundation. What does it mean for the project and the community? Which foundation will Google pick? Will it be another CNCF project or will it become an anchor project for a new Linux Foundation project?…
 
We talked to Tom Wilkie, creator of Cortex and VP of Products at Grafana Labs to deep dive into observability and why he crated Cortex.TFiR – Your #1 Source for Open Source, Cloud & AI/ML➜ Learn more about Grafana Labs ➜ https://grafana.com/➜ Watch all our 🎥 videos on TFiR ➜ https://www.tfir.io/category/youtube/➜ Subscribe 📥 to our weekly newslette…
 
KubeCF is an open-source distribution of Cloud Foundry Application Runtime (CFAR) designed to run on top of Kubernetes. The distribution works with the cf-operator from Project Quarks to deploy and manage releases built from cf-deployment, and can be configured to use Kubernetes as the underlying container scheduler using the work of Project Eirini…
 
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