August 26, 2015
Last week at Container/LinuxCon I conducted a handful of video interviews. Video number three stars Brian Dorsey from Google. Brian works with developers to get them up to speed with Kubernetes.
Here’s what Brian had to say:
Some of the ground Brian covers
- Brian’s focus on cloud-building developers, specifically those working on Kubernetes
- Key partners such as Red Hat, CoreOS, Kismatic and many, many more
- How Brian and the team reach developers (events, blogs, videos, sample code…)
- Where he sees Kubernetes going over the next year
- Google Hopes Open Source Will Give Its Cloud A Path To The Enterprise – TechCrunch
September 24, 2009
Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu and the head of Canonical, the commercial entity behind the popular linux distribution, is currently making his rounds in the States. Yesterday he was quite busy, taking the stage at both the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco as well as at LinuxCon up in Portland Oregon.
Today he popped by Dell here in Austin to chat. I grabbed him for a few minutes right before lunch. Here is the result:
Some of the topics Mark tackles:
- The release yesterday of Dell’s Mini netbook with Ubuntu Moblin Remix – Developer Edition. (More details on the release from the Dell blog.)
- Mark’s keynote yesterday at Linuxcon and the themes of cadence, quality and design.
- His kerfluffle with the Debian community around release schedules.
- The cloud-related goals for next month’s Ubuntu 9.10 release, Karmic Koala:
- To be able to deploy your own cloud across 5-10 servers in 15 mins to an hour
- Be able to enable private clouds that are completely EC2 compatible
- Ability to create a library of virtual appliances that will deploy on EC2 or private clouds
- The announcement earlier this week of the 10.04 Long Term Support (LTS) release named “Lucid Lynx.”
- Mark’s thoughts on Windows 7 or as he calls it, “the wonderful Service Pack for Vista.”
- How long until profitability.
Pau for now…