January 2014 Intel® Chip Chat Podcast Round-up

In January, Chip Chat continued archiving OpenStack Summit podcasts. We’ve got episodes covering enterprise deployments for OpenStack and key concerns regarding security and trust, as well as software as a service and utilizing OpenStack to streamline compute, network and storage. If you have a topic you’d like to see covered in an upcoming podcast, feel free to leave a comment on this post!

Intel® Chip Chat:

  • Commercial OpenStack for Enterprises – Intel® Chip Chat episode 362: In this archive of a livecast from the OpenStack Summit, Boris Renski (twitter.com/zer0tweets), the co-founder and CMO of Mirantis stops by to talk about the OpenStack ecosystem and the company’s Mirantis OpenStack distribution. Enterprises are now in the adoption phase for OpenStack, with one particular use case standing out for Boris – OpenStack as a data center wide Web server. For more information, visit www.mirantis.com.
  • OpenStack Maturity and Development – Intel® Chip Chat episode 363: In this archive of a livecast from the OpenStack Summit, Krish Raghuram, the Enterprise Marketing Manager in the Open Source Technology Center at Intel, stops by to talk about working with developers directly to get technologies quickly proven and tested, as well as Intel’s investment and work as an OpenStack Platinum member, the need for developing cloud-aware/stateless apps, and utilizing OpenStack to cut operational and capital expense costs. For more information, visit https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/open-source-openstack.
  • OpenStack and SaaS Deployments – Intel® Chip Chat episode 364: In this archive of a livecast from the OpenStack Summit, Carmine Rimi, the Director of Cloud Engineering at Workday stops by to talk about the evolution of software as a service, as well as scalability and reliability of apps in a cloud environment. Workday deploys various finance and HR apps for enterprises, government and education and is moving its infrastructure onto OpenStack to deploy software-defined compute, networking, and storage. For more information, visit www.workday.com.
  • OpenStack and Service Assurance for Enterprises – Intel® Chip Chat episode 365: In this archive of a livecast, Kamesh Pemmaraju (www.twitter.com/kpemmaraju), a Sr. Product Manager for OpenStack Solutions at Dell, stops by to talk about a few acute needs when deploying OpenStack for enterprises: Security, trust and SLAs and how enterprises can make sure their workloads are running in a trusted environment via the company’s work with Red Hat and Intel® Service Assurance Administrator. He also discusses the OpenStack maturity roadmap including the upgrade path, networking transitions, and ease of deployment. For more information, visit www.dell.com/learn/us/en/04/solutions/openstack.