Today the Datanauts have beamed aboard a smart and insightful guide to help us navigate the swirling maelstroms of cloud, containers, and storage.
We explore the current state of storage and what’s new and interesting in the industry, including NVME; Stephen’s love of ZFS; and why we’ll always have spinning disk.
We also look at Rook, an open-source storage project that’s been adopted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation; Kubernetes and storage; and how far down you can go with abstractions.
The Datanauts and Stephen also discuss careers, professional development, and how the tech industry is evolving and changing.
Stephen Foskett on Twitter
On Premise IT Podcast – Gestalt IT
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ZFS Is the Best Filesystem (For Now…) – Stephen Foskett
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Rook.io – Cloud Native Computing Foundation
And yet another: Rook voted in as a CNCF project – Diversity.net
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