Big thanks to Aaron Delp (@aarondelp) and Brian Gracely (@bgracely) for inviting me to be a guest on The Cloudcast episode #149. We discussed my time at Cloud Foundry Summit and what it means to enterprises out there. If you are bored with virtualization, you should listen and maybe start seeing the light... i know i did.
A Summary from the show (taken from thecloudcast.net)
Before we introduce our guest, we recap our “State of the Podcast” lunch we recently had and how we’re planning to change the focus of the show
Kenny’s post on Cloud Foundry Summit: http://www.kendrickcoleman.com/index.php/Tech-Blog/cloud-foundry-summit-2014-a-review-and-perspective.html
The Story of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon ("Asleep in the Wood") - http://vimeo.com/45604246
Topic 1 - Why did you attend Cloud Foundry Summit?
Topic 2 - One of the themes is that “software is eating the world”, which is easy for a start-up or technology-company to say, but did you see examples from more traditional industries?
Topic 3 - Cloud Foundry Summit is independent from Pivotal. What did you see and hear from other companies that were building on top of Cloud Foundry?
Topic 4 - You’ve been doing some independent development on side projects. Do you see yourself using a PaaS platform to make that simpler?
Topic 5 - Coming from an infrastructure-centric role today, which lessons did you take away from Cloud Foundry Summit that will impact your career over the next couple years?