None of the podcasts work ? – Read here

Why don’t the podcast links work ???

For those bright eyed amongst you the podcasts stopped broadcasting new content on June 12th 2014. I’m not going to go into the long and rather bizarre story now as to why the podcasts stopped, I’ve eluded to it on the Podcast page you can access by clicking this link or the menu above.

From that page you can access ALL the archived shows from The CloudEvangelist Website and Red Hat Summit Radio 2013 and 2014 archived thanks to the wonderful folk at Stitcher Smart Radio where the show was also broadcast from and remains.

If you want to subscribe to an RSS there is a listing for one on the podcasts page that remains live.

Apologies for broken embedded links – I won’t be going back through the site to repair/replace them as this site is all but deprecated with new current activities.

 

Podcast round up of 2013 part 1 of 2

Todays podcast is part one of a two part special talking to Brian Stevens EVP/CTO of Red Hat, Arun Oberoi who heads up our Global Business Development, Ian Lawson explaining why he’d happily round up anyone who doesn’t get big data and format them. We talk to Thomas Cameron – part two of the show out next week talking to:

John Mark Walker, Rhys Oxenham, Perry Myers, Bill Bauman, Dan Walsh etc

Make sure you listen to part 1 from the link below

   You can download the show here or via the RSS

The blog is dead long live the blog

I am moving away from WordPress.com after difficulties trying to get plugin’s agreed that I need to use and have migrated instead to my own servers.

The blog will continue to live there and I will continue to own cloudevangelist.org, however all new website and podcast content will be mirrored from my own servers in the UK and the US which you can find at thecloudevangelist.com effective midnight last night.

 

Podcast: Tim Marston talks DevOps Goodness

Tim Marston was on episode two of the podcasts I’d just started about 18 months ago and he was overdue to be on another show so we’ve recorded this talking DevOps funkiness, migrating JRE workloads to cloud. Tim’s one of the honchos at Red Hat JBoss Advanced ISV Partner and ally Midvision who make some amazing products that help move JRE platforms to Cloud but also to do migration and management of JRE platforms easily and in a way that makes auditors sleep easy.

Well worth a listen and thanks to Tim for making time to do this.

   You can download the show here or via the RSS

Podcast: Fedora lead – Robyn takes the mic

When you get a chance to sit down with Robyn Bergeron, current incumbent leader of the Fedora project you take it. Robyn and I have recorded before in February but this time we had some time on our hands without any pressure and decided to record a really amazing show talking:

Part one of the show synopsis

Fedora releases, rel 20 on the horizon – plans for the future
How the Community ethic is absolutely key to Fedora
How Fedora comes about and the need for transparency
Openstack and Cloud
Remembering Seth Vidal fondly

  Part one of the show you can listen to by clicking here 

Part two synopsis

We talk deep and dirty about community and playing nicely
The CentOS conundrum / how bad could perception be ?
How the board of Red Hat support and guide Fedora
Embedded Linux – Raspberry Pi etc etc
Splitting Fedora 21 – The Holy Trinity
Growing old gracefully in Open Source

  And part two of the show is now also available, click here to listen

These shows ARE longer than I usually broadcast but it’s Christmas and genuinely you very rarely get to hear behind the scenes at a major Linux distribution and this is a real chance to get that opportunity.

Podcasts from the Trenches

I was in Holland at the CloudStack Collaboration Conference and recorded a number of shows that have made it out via RSS but I haven’t talked about here. So as it’s the run up to Christmas today is a podcast bonanza with no less than four shows highlighted here for your aural delectation.

The first show I am bringing you here is with Tryggvi Lárusson of GreenQloud in Iceland. GreenQloud I wanted to talk to because they are 100% Green environmentally friendly. Using the thermal geological heat in the substrata of the Icelandic crust and hydroelectric power to power their datacentre. Big time Open Source user I wanted to hear from them about their startup and plans for growth.

  You can listen to this show directly by clicking this link

The second show is with a good new friend Arjan Eriks of Schuberg Philis in Holland who are a major cloud provider working with upstream verticals and customers in specific niche marketplaces (regulated and auditable cloud needs to meet Dutch and EU privacy specific workloads). A company who make revenue and who grow based entirely on their Cloud ambition. Great guy – commercial and balanced and able to paint a picture to the listener of what customers want and how to retain them.

The Red Hat Cloud Provider Programme is a great way of you being able to both stand up a business and also to attract, and to retain custom. Talk to me offline for more info.

  You can listen to this show directly by clicking this link

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