Analyzing Telemetry and Network Advances for the Data Center – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 499

November 9th, 2016 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Alex Williams, Founder of The New Stack, joins us live from Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. The New Stack is an online technology publication focused on application development and management at scale. In this interview, Alex discusses data center management advances demoed at IDF and talks about the ways that technologies like Snap and Grafana are democratizing telemetry resources that were previously only available in the largest data centers. Alex also shares his views on 5G and how this may lead the broader community to embrace a more distributed cloud infrastructure.

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