This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about affordances, partnerships, and a bunch of reasons Red Hat is a great place to work.
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about watching your email, hearing your GnuPG key, the smell of fresh-baked OpenStack, a taste of ARM on Fedora, a touch of Skynet.
Today, Dave and Gunnar talk about the third day of the Red Hat Summit, and interview Major Hayden at last! This one is super-nerdy, that's fair warning.
On the second day of Red Hat's 2013 Summit, Dan and Gunnar talk about RHEV 3.2's launch, Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, the Mirantis/Red Hat OpenStack partnership, and OpenShift with our #1 fan.
Dave and Gunnar talk about two-factor, open source health, homomorphism, OpenStack security, and why Dave needs to send flowers to Red Hat Support
Dave and Gunnar on bad landing gear, Google Apps, gerbil games, Jim Whitehurst taking a support shift, OpenStack, Pandora, the semiotics of IT.
Chris Uttenweiler over at DLT doesn't care for all this talk of cloud lock-in. He thinks it's an inflated problem, blown out of proportion by "third-tier" providers and "self-titled" consultants. He's wrong.
Bob Plankers believes that OpenStack exhibits lock-in behavior, and is therefore equivalent to proprietary technology like VMware and Hyper-V. This kind of argument sounds, on the surface, perfectly reasonable. Unfortunately, it ignores some important characteristics of both proprietary and open software in order to make good on a black-or-white argument in service of middle-ground ersatz … Continue reading Ersatz pragmatism and the lock-in problem.