Here is the third of four interviews that I conducted last week at the Cloud Standards Customer Council. The theme of the conference was “preparing for the post-IaaS phase of cloud adoption” and there was quite a bit of talk around the role that PaaS would play in that future.
The last session of the morning, before we broke for lunch, was a panel centered around Current and Future PaaS Trends. After the panel ended I sat down with panelist John Gossman, architect on Microsoft Azure. John, an app developer by origin, focuses on the developer’s experience on the cloud.
Below John talks working with Google on Kubernetes and getting it to work on Azure as well as the potential future of PaaS as a runtime that sits on top of IaaS.
Stay tuned for my next post when I will conclude my mini series from the Cloud Standards Customer Council meeting with an interview with Bernard Golden.
- Microsoft Azure Now Supports Google’s Kubernetes For Managing Docker Containers — TechCrunch
- CSCC: Preparing for the Post-IaaS world
- CSCC: The Future of PaaS, its “value proposition” and Docker
Pau for now…