The Datanauts delve into application security with sponsor VMware. We discuss VMware’s AppDefense software, how it works, and why we need a new model for security.
The term ‘Machine Learning’ is being sprinkled over IT marketing materials like magic dust. The Datanauts get to what’s real in ML with guest Vivian Zhang.
Today the Datanauts explore the worlds of consulting and VARs, and their customer focus areas, including data center transformation and certifications. Our guests are Jason Nash and Josh Coen.
The Datanauts dive into the notion of the full stack engineer–an IT pro who can work across every layer of the infrastructure. Our guest is Tom Vachon.
Whitebox networking hardware and open source software are challenging incumbent vendors and demonstrating new operational models for network engineers. The Datanauts and guest Peyton Maynard-Koran discuss the implications.
The Datanauts dive into SQL Server and database architectures, as well as how infrastructure ops and DBAs can work better together. Our guest is Mike Fal.
The Datanauts dive into VXLAN networking with guest Lukas Krattiger. We explore how it works, discuss use cases, and examine how hosts inside a VXLAN network communicate with end points on the outside.
The Datanauts discuss securing print infrastructure with Michael Howard, Chief Security Advisor, and Jason O’Keeffe, Print Security Advisor, at HP.
Today the Datanauts we talk unikernels and IncludeOS with guest Per Buer. We discuss how unikernels differ from a traditional OS, advantages and tradeoffs, and unikernel use cases.
Today the Datanauts explore what it’s like work in high performance computing. We discuss issues at the compute and network layers, explore resource allocation challenges, and more. Our guest is Nick Buraglio.
Today on the Datanauts we talk about the key elements of building a physical data center: cabling, racks, HVAC, power, and management. Our guest is John Kerns.
Today’s Datanauts episode looks at how NVMe moves the storage bottleneck back to the network. What’s that mean for distributed storage design? We discuss with guest J Metz.
The Datanauts divine the future of storage–including commodity hardware, NVMe, distributed architectures, and of course, cloud–with guest Tom Lyon.
The Datanauts talk with Oracle Ravello in this sponsored episode about using Ravello to run your VMware applications in the public cloud.
The Datanauts and sponsor AVI Networks explore service meshes and why they’re essential to support applications built around microservices.
The Datanauts discuss stories they found on the Internet that apply to the Datanauts audience, including the rise of container adoption, storage networking, IT blame culture & more.
The Datanauts explore how to control cloud costs with guest Corey Quinn, a consultant and Amazon observer who shares his insights and experience on understanding and managing your cloud spend.
The Datanauts get an introduction to cryptocurrencies and the blockchain.
The Datanauts explore the business case for, and challenges of, migrating on-premises Exchange to Office 365. Our guest is Theresa Miller.
Chris Wahl records a live Datanauts at Microsoft Ignite to talk Azure, Azure Stack, PowerShell and more with Microsoft Technical Fellow Jeffrey Snover.
In distributed storage/HCI systems, does it matter whether the storage mount for a workload is local or across the network? The Datanauts & guest Howard Marks discuss data locality.
This Datanauts episode delves into the role of the CIO to understand how technologists can work with executives to meet goals and align with business needs. Our guest is Tim Crawford.
The Datanauts answer listener questions on tech topics and favorite episodes in an AMA-style format to celebrate the 100th show.
Microservices represent the new application architecture, but is it right for everyone? And what do microservices mean for infrastructure design? The Datanauts explore microservices with guest Bryan Boreham of Weaveworks.
The Datanauts explore how Web and mobile application delivery and acceleration have changed, and examine new efforts such as HTTP/2 and SPYDY. Our guest is Lori MacVittie.