In this episode, I talk with Rob Hirschfeld on the drivers for Edge Computing, the infrastructure challenges, developer trends and whether we need new application patterns, Edge computing use cases and more.
In this episode of SwimStreams Podcast, I talk with Bill Pugh, an expert in Smart Cities about the technology trends shaping the Smart Cities evolution, the role of open source and how Swim platform is playing an important role in Smart Cities. Bill concludes this episode with some suggestions for City Managers to consider in their transformation journey
In this episode, I discuss with Michael Keller, a veteran of Industrial Automation with more than 35 years of experience, about the history of the industry, how information systems became the bedrock of Industrial Automation, the emergence of cloud in the field and its challenges, how SwimOS helps Industrial Automation and the future. It was a informative conversation and a learning experience.
In this episode of Swim Streams Podcast, we talk to Simon Crosby, CTO of Swim.ai, on Serverless, how SwimOS fits into Serverless and how Swim can enable modern data architectures with cloud, IoT and Edge
In this episode we chat with Chris Sachs, Co-Founder and Chief Architect of Swim.ai on how the modern web has evolved from a web of stateless documents served up by REST API. For today's web with streaming data you need a distributed operating system with a different protocol to access the data. Chris makes a case for why Distributed Operating System is essential and how REST cannot meet the demands of today's web
In this episode of SwimStreams podcast, we are talking to Ali Isitman leading the innovation center at Maxitech. Ali talks about how Swim is helping them build their IoT platform and highlights a use case where they implemented it in Turkey. We also discuss how Swim can help in use cases like self driving car, developer experience with Swim platform and more
In this episode, we talk with Ajay Govindarajan from Swim.ai about Swim Platform, how to deploy stateful distributed applications, how Swim platform enables developers to compose various data sources (streaming data, batch, etc.) into one single outbound API and how Swim platform can be used to build powerful Observability and Application Performance Monitoring dashboards. Ajay also talks about how Swim can replace Prometheus for Kubernetes and provide a more powerful monitoring solution for the Kubernetes stack.
The intro music for the Podcast is Don't Trust The Cloud by Lee Rosevere