Matt Ray is the Sydney, Australia-based manager of Solutions Architecture (APAC) for Chef Software. He is an active open source contributor, a host of the SoftwareDefinedTalk podcast, blogs at LeastResistance.net and is @mattray on Twitter, IRC and GitHub. He has presented at OSCON, Velocity, DevOpsDays, OpenStack Summits, ChefConf, LinuxCon, SCALE and other conferences.
June 14th, 2019 | 1 hr 10 mins
Lowering your expectations on open source is a favorite topic of ours, so we return to it. Spoiler: people gotta make money somehow. Also, we explore inebriation in Amsterdam and other locales, Mary Meeker’s slide fest, public cloud outages vs. desktop computers, and better consumer identity management.
June 7th, 2019 | 1 hr 4 mins
It’s chaos week in Enterprise Software! Cloudera misses their forecast, Oracle and Microsoft team up on cloud computing and more open source licensing discussion. Plus, we try to make sense of the metric system once and for all!
June 3rd, 2019 | 1 hr 18 mins
You can now pay open source developers directly, well, those in the closed beta. Seems like a good idea, really. Also, the Commonwealth and Friends club doesn’t like Huawei, and thought lords can be bores.
May 24th, 2019 | 1 hr 7 mins
Matt goes to ChefConf, Microsoft launches a new Service Mesh and turns out SMS is pretty good for two-factor authentication. Plus, we brainstorm about a new type of conference and then we talk more about tacos, always tacos!
May 16th, 2019 | 1 hr 17 mins
Salesforce synergizing at IBM and Red Hat, VMware buys Bitnami, and Linux Desktop market share analysis. Plus, pickles.
May 9th, 2019 | 1 hr 19 mins
Putting together the M&A case for Docker, Inc., Microsoft Build, Google I/O, and Oracle’s cloud grudge. Also, dead pets and kids: no good answers.
May 3rd, 2019 | 1 hr 42 secs
Microsoft and VMware made peace, Java goes native, Apache goes to Github and Red Hat gets a new logo. Plus, Matt Ray explains why the Internet in Australia is slow.
April 5th, 2019 | 1 hr 4 mins
IBM Watson didn’t work so well in health care, maybe it was too early. Also, Chef goes full open source, with Apache 2. Meanwhile, Coté has to pay taxes in two countries.
March 29th, 2019 | 1 hr 16 mins
There’s a new kubernetes, Oracle lay-offs, Zoom.US, and the problem with mainframe complainers.
March 22nd, 2019 | 59 mins 51 secs
SUSE is independent again, so we discuss what’s up with it and its uses. Open source, when mixed with business, is back once again: Coté craves some intellectual closer. Also, Google announced some big game platform thing. So. Chips?
March 15th, 2019 | 1 hr 1 min
NGINX gets bought, AWS and Elasticsearch are fighting, and why are there so many tech foundations? All this and more on this week’s episode. Plus, Matt Ray tells us how he survived the Facebook outage.
March 9th, 2019 | 1 hr 4 mins
The 4 Horsemen of Configuration Management
They need Java in Cincinnati.
The Mongols have no wine.
Coté’s going to filibuster ChefConf.
March 1st, 2019 | 1 hr 9 mins
There’s a lot of notions about what IT executives actually want to hear in a presentation. It turns out that, like all of us, they just want to hear what they want to hear. Also, is kubernetes really a platform for building platforms, or just a platform?
February 22nd, 2019 | 1 hr 25 secs
Google goes enterprise, Time to upgrade Win 2008, Redis changes licenses again. All this and more in this episode. Plus, Matt explains good parenting to Brandon.
February 15th, 2019 | 49 mins 55 secs
Matt makes his return! What do vendors mean by “multi-cloud” and “digital transformation.” Could Ben Thompson’s aggregation theory apply to the public cloud? We discuss all of this and offer more advice on tacos.
January 18th, 2019 | 1 hr 4 mins
Are we still on that open source licensing thing? Yes. “The most boring topic of all time.” Also, Slack's logo and long term support software monetization models: how do they work?