Joining us this week is Aaron Delp, Director of Technical Solutions, Cohesity. Aaron and Brian Gracely manage the well-known podcast, The Cloudcast, with over 340 podcasts.
- Data returns to the data center in data transformation
- Best of breed world and impact of refresh cycles on hardware and software
- Data in the edge and hardware processors at the edge
- Latency issues for long haul data center(s) storage & Metadata about location
- Fragmented market coming for multi-vendor IoT processing?
- Is open source a good model for vendors? Issue on monetization of open source
- Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey Moore
- Commercial drivers impact on open source sustainability
- Community vs Ecosystem
Topic Time (Minutes.Seconds)
Introduction 0.0 – 2.15
Cohesity 2.15 – 2.51
Cloudcast 2.51 – 4.13 (Over 340 Podcasts)
Data Side of Data Center 4.13 – 7.05
Data Transformation 7.05 – 9.01
Complexity is Enemy of Operations 9.01 – 10.51
Best of Breed World 10.51 – 15.06 (Refresh Cycle is Over)
Where Place Data? Edge 15.06 – 20.01 (IoT & Edge Podcast)
All about Latency and Long Haul to Data Center 20.01 – 24.44 (Localized Metadata)
Multi-Vendor IoT Processing 24.44 – 30.09
Is Open Source good for Vendors/Users 30.09 – 37.02 (Docker & John Willis Podcast)
Open Source Sustainability 37.02 – 41.11
Open Source Focus on Small Core w/ Ecosystem 41.11 – 43.13
How does Open Source help Cohesity? 43.13 – 46.17
Wrap Up 47.17 – END
Podcast Guest: Aaron Delp, Director of Technical Solutions, Cohesity
Aaron Delp leads the Technical Solutions Marketing team for Cohesity, which is responsible for building industry leading reference architectures and solutions around Cohesity’s hyperconverged secondary storage platform. Prior to Cohesity, Aaron led solutions teams to launch multiple infrastructure platforms into the market and developed the solutions ecosystem around each.
In his free time Aaron enjoys running, rock climbing (when his elbow isn’t acting up) and publishes a top 100 Technology podcast on iTunes, The Cloudcast, covering all things cloud computing.