With Coté away attending to family matters, Matt Ray and Brandon have a lively discussion about the origins of VMware, product strategy and preview possible AWS Re:invent announcements. We also discuss how to celebrate Thanksgiving when you are an living down under. Most importantly, we reveal the new Software Define Talk logo!
- VMware Origins: Masters of Scale: Look Sideways — with Google / VMware’s Diane Greene.
- Strategy Discussion: Many Strategies Fail Because They’re Not Actually Strategies
- Mesosphere, a San Francisco cloud-infrastructure startup that once famously turned down an acquisition from Microsoft, is now on a $US50 million annualized run rate.
- Introducing Certified Kubernetes (and Google Kubernetes Engine!)
- Stressed about serverless lock-in? Don't be
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This episode is sponsored by SolarWinds Cloud, which just launched AppOptics during AWS re:Invent. In addition to the new converged application tracing and infrastructure monitoring platform, SolarWinds also released significant updates to Papertrail and Pingdom. Together they take a big step forward in advancing its strategy to unify full-stack monitoring across the three pillars of observability on a common SaaS-based platform. And in case you didn’t make it to Las Vegas, you can still check out AppOptics and get your free launch t-shirt. Just go to www.solarwinds.com/sdt to sign up and be sure to check the details at the bottom.