Tue, 1 November 2016
Speaking in Tech #235 - ESC
This week Ed Saipetch returns with Greg Knieriemen to discuss Dell EMC World and OpenStack conferences as well as news from CenturyLink, Microsoft and Apple. Melissa Gurney has a field report with game developer Greg Heath of Motiga Games to discuss Gigantic.
(1:00) Eddie in Lederhosen
Tue, 25 October 2016
Speaking in Tech #234 - Wham
This week Ed is in Barcelona while Greg and Amy sort out the weeks tech news. The last of the Podcast Idols, Phoummala Schmitt (aka @ExchangeGoddess) and Theresa Miller of The Current Status, join us this week to discuss AWS, lawsuits, Facebook and open source switches.
(1:00) Tapas and pickpockets in Barcelona
Tue, 18 October 2016
Speaking in Tech #233 - VMware Cloud
This week Greg and Ed dig into the pros and cons of the VMware Cloud announcement with AWS from last week with Greg Ferro of Packet Pushers. Podcast Idol Peter Smallbone wraps up the podcast with a field report from IT Expo with VMware CTO for EMEA, Joe Baguley.
(1:00) Podcast Idol mopping up
Tue, 11 October 2016
Speaking in tech #232 - Honey
Ed and Greg are back with Podcast Idol candidate James Honey of SolarWinds. His special guest is Laz Vekiarides, CTO and co-founder of ClearSky Data. The nerds put Dell, Cisco, VMware and AWS into the podcast blender this week to spin the week’s enterprise tech news.
(0:00) Around the world with Ed
(1:10) Cloud Foundry Summit recap
(6:20) Podcast Idol James Honey of SolarWinds
(14:43) Introducing Laz Vekiarides
(17:40) The download on ClearSky Data
(28:45) Dell layoffs begin
(37:45) CTO leaves Cisco
(40:16) Could VMware and AWS team up?
Tue, 4 October 2016
Speaking in Tech #231 - Melissa
This week Ed Saipetch is back this week with Podcast Idol Melissa Gurney from Dell EMC. Our special guest this week is Erin Banks, Big Data & Analytics Marketing Director at Dell EMC. The trio discuss Big Data, Nutanix IPO, FPGA’s, DDOS and other nerd acronyms.
(0:00) Meeting Melissa
(3:28) Introducing Special Guest Erin Banks
(4:54) Strata + Hadoop World recap
(9:25) Big Data and high school sex
(22:00) Nutanix successful IPO
(26:45) Azure’s hardware-defined cloud
(35:40) IoT hammers DDOS targets
(43:15) The passion of the pups
Tue, 27 September 2016
Speaking in Tech #230 - DevOps
This week, Amy stalks the show again as her and Greg discuss Allo, Cisco love, Twitter suitors and a dive into DevOps. Our Podcast Idol this week is Josh Attwell of NetApp with special guest Gene Kim, author of “The Phoenix Project: A Novel about IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win” as well as co-founder and former CTO of Tripwire.
(0:00) Insight from Amy
(1:50) Podcast Idol: Josh Attwell
(5:37) Introducing special guest Gene Kim
(13:01) 50 Shades of DevOps
(14:09) DevOps: Not just for the unicorns
(17:15) The Bimodal Conundrum
(19:51) State of DevOps: The changing roles in IT
(24:45) Allo, the Google messaging train wreck
(32:51) Cisco hearts VCE
(36:30) Twitter: Put some ears on that bird
(38:28) Microsoft Server 2016 now with Docker and Red Hat forks around
(41:16) Azure mashes up with Adobe
(43:33) Krebs gets secured
Tue, 20 September 2016
Speaking in Tech 229 - You don't know Jack!
This week, Ed is back in Asia while Greg hosts the podcast with serial podcaster Amy Lewis. This week our Podcast Idol is Jack Poller of Enterprise Strategy Group. Our special guest this week is Leah Schoeb Technology Business Development at Intel. This week we discuss Intel, Nutanix IPO, public clouds and Big Dell.
(0:00) Amy Yokos Ed
(1:47) Keeping foreign currencies straight
(5:00) Podcast Idol update
(6:20) Introducing Podcast Idol Jack Poller
(11:12) NPR names
(15:30) Introducing Special guest, Leah Schoeb
(20:29) Why does Intel care about open source?
(25:07) Nutanix forced to go IPO
(31:34) Hurd gets polled at Oracle Open World
(40:00) Gartner: Public cloud is exploding
(45:54) Dell sets the record for the biggest ‘D’
(51:30) The future for Dell Technologies
(58:22) Dell vs HPE: The bloody battle for servers or software?
Tue, 13 September 2016
Speaking in Tech #228 - Gabe
This week Ed and Greg are joined by Podcast Idol Gabe Chapman to discuss HP snagging Samsung printers, Dell layoffs and big bangs. Our special guest this week is Mike Dvorkin, Distinguished Engineer at Cisco - Co-founder and Chief Scientist for Insieme Networks.
(0:00) Strong Open Source and OpenStack interest in the enterprise
(3:48) Podcast Idol: Gabe Chapman
(8:06) Special Guest, Mike Dvorkin
(11:10) Direction for Open Source
(16:39) Will AWS jump into Private Cloud?
(19:10) Tech is moving away from knobs
(23:16) Changes at Cisco
(28:25) Another “cloud visionary” alert
(29:20) HP buys Samsung Printers for a BEEEELION
(32:56) Dell takes a hair cut
(38:54) Ex-EMCers forced to change Apple references in email signature files
(39:54) Data center goes down from loud noise
(43:37) Worst data center disasters
Mon, 5 September 2016
Speaking in Tech #227 - Pete
This week Ed and Greg chat with Podcast Idol contestant Peter Smallbone, an IT architect in the UK. The trio discuss SpaceX, Galaxy Note, smart refrigerators and Apple’s tax problems in Ireland.
(0:00) Follow up on GTD
(1:10) FinTech Innovation accelerating
(3:42) Podcast Idol: Peter Smallbone
(7:20) SiT field reports
(10:57) Guest, no guest
(12:37) SpaceX blows up Facebook satellite
(15:24) Samsung Galaxy Note problems
(19:30) Windows coming to smart refrigerators
(26:04) Implications for the Apple Tax in Ireland
(36:01) Stalking Pete
Tue, 30 August 2016
Speaking in Tech #226 - Yadin Porter de Leon
This week Greg is in Japan while Ed drives the podcast this week with Yadin Porter de Leon and his special guest, David Allen of “Getting Things Done”. This week the team talks extensively about the GTD methodology, VMworld, Uber and Amazon work hours.
(0:00) Introducing Guest co-host Yadin Porter de Leon
(3:15) Introducing special guest David Allen of Getting Things Done
(9:19) Fast growth vs personal productivity
(15:05) Software planning models
(17:01) GTD mentoring
(19:03) Getting GTD done… now with version 2
(29:22) The kind of person that picks up GTD
(35:09) Ed’s correction: NSA wasn’t hacked
(36:16) VMware: Back to the future
(39:50) Uber burning cash on-demand
(49:40) Amazon experimenting with 30 hour work weeks