July 6th, 2016 | Season 1 | 9 mins 21 secs
application development, developers, devops, microservices, open source software, openstack, programming, software, software development
In May 2015, analysts at Gartner rejected OpenStack as a viable platform, for reasons which boil down to its being disruptive. Not quite a year later, analysts at Gartner appeared on stage at OpenStack Summit in Austin, Texas, to embrace OpenStack as a viable platform, for reasons which boil down to its being disruptive. It sounded a little two-faced, as though the analysts group were presenting both a negative and a positive view of a cause-and-effect relationship simultaneously.
June 8th, 2016 | Season 1 | 21 mins 9 secs
application development, cloud, developers, devops, iot, kubernetes, open source, openstack, podcast, programming, software, software development, tech, technology
The one most prophetic, emerging fact of life in a technological world where open source is the most prominent ethic, is that there may always be more than one open methodology contending for the same market space, at any one time. The moment enough factions come together around a single methodology, such as pooled storage or application orchestration, another group of factions come together around a viable competitor. An open source world will perpetually be a contest of ideas.