SpringOne, talking with analysts, in-browser IDEs, & dressing for SF HA-HA-BUSINESS meetings
About This Episode
It’s SpringOne Platform this week so Coté reports on the Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.0 announcements, shipping Pivotal’s kubernetes offering, serverless, and more. We also cover the left-over news from re:Invent. We also cover clothing options for San Francisco.
Pre-Roll SDT News
- SDT got 1,000 logo stickers to give away!
- No SSH JJ has stickers. Find him at KubeCon.
- We’ll be doing a live show, - on Jan 16 at the CloudAustin Meetup.
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- Join us all in the SDT Slack.
- Upcoming SDT newsletter.
SpringOne Platform - Pivotal News
- Change is really hard. There is not tech magic except clearing the decks of bullshit. And then you focus on the intractable, but valuable bullshit.
- It’s SpringOne Platform this week.
- PCF 2.0 - in addition to actual tech, renaming some things to to make brand-room for PKS.
- Serverless bundled in, but not GA yet.
- Integrations and such, even with IBM middleware.
- Also, use Google Cloud services.
- Windows Server 2016 use, most recent version - better integration with it.
- Also, a VMware NSX release, but Coté doesn’t know about that.
- Also, bunch of Spring stuff. Some kotlin support, reactive, etc.
- Things people use Spring for/with charts.
- More: Ron Miller at TechCrunch, Paul Krill on serverless, Rene Millman at Cloud Pro/IT Pro, Mike Wheatley at SiliconANGLE.
AWS re:Invent, day 2
- Daniel Bryant’s (InfoQ) overview of everything.
- Alexa for Business
- AWS CTO Defines Well-Architected Cloud Security Best Practices “He noted that at AWS, security will always be his group's number one investment area.” (well, for one, what’s “his group,” for second, I’m guessing they’ll always be spending more on hardware, real-estate, and electricity than the team of people coding group security.)
- Cloud9 IDE stuff:
This Week in Kubernetes
- PKS GA’ed from Pivotal.
- Kubernetes momeintum piece from George Leopold.
- EKS - it’s a trap! Says @cloud_opinion. # Misc.
- Economist tries explaining bitcoin.
- Economist says VR/AR is a not too hot, business-wise.
- VMware, still making a lot of money: 3rd quarter "revenue of US$1.98bn... Net profit came in at $443m, up from $319m"
Mid-roll SolarWinds Ad
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- AppOptics: All Application and Infrastructure Monitoring in One Place
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- Press release on all this.
- Coté’s junk:
- Matt’s (not) on the Road! Taking it off for the Holidays.