CoreOS and Intel Improve Data Center Management – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 75

February 9th, 2017 |
Image for FaceBook

 
Share this post:
Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | LinkedIn | Pinterest | Reddit | Email
 
This post can be linked to directly with the following short URL:


 
The audio player code can be copied in different sizes:
144p, 240p, 360p, 480p, 540p, Other


 
The audio player code can be used without the image as follows:


 
This audio file can be linked to by copying the following URL:


 
Right/Ctrl-click to download the audio file.
 
Subscribe:
Connected Social Media - iTunes | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | TuneIn | Twitter | RSS Feed | Email
Intel - iTunes | Spotify | RSS Feed | Email
Intel Chip Chat - iTunes | Spotify | RSS Feed | Email
Intel Conversations in the Cloud - iTunes | Spotify | RSS Feed | Email
 

In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Brandon Philips, CTO of CoreOS, joins us in this episode of Conversations in the Cloud to discuss how to improve data center management via open source projects. Intel and CoreOS are working to deploy and manage OpenStack with Kubernetes. Brandon talks about how CoreOS is leading the industry towards simple, secure and current infrastructure enabled by containers and container management, and its leading operating system, Container Linux. He explains why containers are becoming so popular and the numerous benefits they provide. CoreOS is a leader in the open source community and creator of CoreOS Tectonic. Brandon talks about Tectonic, a secure and complete platform that extends Kubernetes with key enterprise features that ease container orchestration. In this podcast we discuss Tectonic 1.3, but as of this printing, Tectonic 1.5 is available, bringing the most advanced version of Kubernetes to customers. Brandon foresees containers being the default way of consuming compute infrastructure in the future.

To learn more go to:
coreos.com

Follow CoreOS on Twitter at:
twitter.com/coreos

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,
 
Posted in: Audio Podcast, data centers, Intel, Intel Chip Chat, Intel Conversations in the Cloud