Dave and Gunnar talk about Netflix, Google Reader, open clouds, open security, and how to effectively stalk your seatmates on an airplane.
This show also features an embarrassing editing mistake. Can you guess where? Tell us in the comments below!
- Shameless cross promotion: Future guests on Richard Morrell‘s most awesome Cloud Evangelist podcast
- “Netflix Cloud Prize”
- Linux Foundation says Fedora 9 would take $10.8B to develop using our good friend David A. Wheeler‘s methodology
- Meritalk Brocade Study
> “94% of agencies that are infrastructure independent say they have saved money by using more than one manufacturer”
- Google makes 13 year old girl cry
- Props to Google for Google Takeout
- Gunnar’s exit strategies for Google Reader
- OpenSCAP now in evaluation.
- Gunnar’s SCAP Primer
- STIG and SCAP workshop with NSA, DISA, and Red Hat at an undisclosed location on March 26
- Reach out to your Solutions Architect if you can’t make it. There may be other sessions.
- OSFA Awards nominations are open!
- US Customs and Border Protection and “The Wolf” Tombe
- Seeing the same people. Over and over. And freaking them out.
We Give Thanks
- Adam Clater for Dan Benamin’s podcast hack
- 2010 RHCE of the Year, the extraordinary Matt Micene for helping us make the in-browser player more usable.
One thought on “#3: Cloud, Lock-in, and Choice”
Adrian Cockcroft (Sun, virtual-adrian, e-bay, NetFlix) frequently writes about the NetFlix architecture, opensource, etc. on his blog @ http://perfcap.blogspot.com It’s usually a good read.
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