Modern Enterprise Podcast is about the evolution of enterprises in the era of rapidly evolving technologies. In this podcast, we will talk about modern IT stacks, ML/AI, etc.. We will focus on helping end users understand the landscape and to help them figure out the right strategies needed for rapid innovation.
In this episode of Modern Enterprise Podcast, I spoke with Niraj Tolia, CEO of Kasten.io on whether Kubernetes is ready for stateful applications, Day 2 operations with Kubernetes, Serverless technologies, the open source licensing debate in the industry and more.
In this podcast I talk with Jim Bugwadia about Kubernetes ecosystem and how Nirmata is helping enterprises manage deployment across multiple clusters and multiple cloud providers. We also discuss Day 2 problems like Governance
In this episode of Modern Enterprise Podcast, we talk to Tobias Kunze, Founder of Glasnostic, on how their platform helps enterprises manage ocean of Microservices. We also briefly discuss servicemesh and how it differs from Glasnostic
In this episode of Modern Enterprise Podcast, we talk with Brian Platz, Founder and CEO of Fluree on Blockchain Databases, how Fluree is addressing the market, the use cases for Blockchain databases and the future of Blockchain
In this episode of Modern Enterprise Podcast, Rishidot Research spoke with Simon Crosby, CTO of Swim.ai. In this episode, we are talking about distributed computing, edge, machine learning at edge, the idea of digital twins and also about Google's Edge TPU announcement
We are starting season 2 of Modern Enterprise Podcast. This is a follow up to my blog post on StackSense.io where I argued in favor of retiring the term Serverless because of the confusion created by the cloud provider's marketing. Matt puts forward his views on "What is Serverless?". tl:dr: Serverless is event based architectures.
In this episode, we talk to James Urquhart, Dell Technologies (at the time of recording and currently at AWS) on his idea of Services as a platform. James has been talking about this idea for quite some time and this discussion will help enterprise decision makers understand the world of cloud services