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Podcast – Yves Boudreau on State of Edge Report and Edge vs Cloud

Joining us this week is Yves Boudreau from Ericsson for his 2nd Podcast appearance (1st Podcast) to talk about the new State of the Edge Report and the latest happenings in the Edge community.

Highlights

  • Edge as an accelerant not having to wait until Edge is built completely
  • Opportunity Cost using Edge as is; no time to wait
  • Be Specific when Requesting Services
  • Internet and Networks are Not Unlimited Pipes
  • Interesting Use Cases for Edge – Augmented Reality, Drone, Cars, Batteries
  • Cost savings of where the data processing is done
  • Open Source software communities at the Edge

Topic                                                                                    Time (Minutes.Seconds)

Intro                                                                                             0.0 – 1.22
State of the Edge Report                                                         1.22 – 5.22 (STE Podcast)  (https://www.stateoftheedge.com/)
Accessible Edge Environments                                              5.22 – 10.50 (Bulgaria)
Opportunity Cost and Missing Killer App                             10.50 – 12.04
Edge Infrastructure as Cloud Development Paradigm      12.04 – 14.29
Elasticity Issues b/w Cloud and Edge                                  14.29 – 21.45
Innovators Dilemma for Cloud & Telcom                             21.35 – 23.10
Favorite Use Cases for Infrastructure Edge                         23.10 –  28.55 (Hanger Podcast)
Data Location and Data Sovereignty                                    28.55 – 31.03
Cost for Processing Power in Edge Devices                        31.03 – 34.49 (SWIM.AI Podcast)
Free Software/ Open Source in Edge                                   34.49 – 46.58
Wrap Up                                                                                     46.58 – END

 

 

Podcast Guest:  Yves Boudreau, VP Partnership and Ecosystem Strategy

Mr. Boudreau is a 20 year veteran of the Digital, Telecom and Cable TV industries. From modest beginnings of one of the first cable broadband ISPs in Canada to the fast paced technology hub of Silicon Valley, Yves joined ERICSSON in 2011 as Vice President of Technical Sales Support and most recently has accepted a position as the VP of Partnerships and Ecosystem Strategy for the ERICSSON Unified Delivery Network. Previously, Mr. Boudreau has worked in R&D, Systems Engineering & Business Development for companies such as Com21 Inc., ARRIS Group (Cable), Imagine Communication (Video Compression) and Verivue Inc. (CDN). Yves now resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Josée and 3 children. Mr. Boudreau completed his undergraduate studies in Commerce @ Laurentian University and graduate studies in Information Technology Management @ Athabasca University. Yves currently also serves on the Board of Director of the Streaming Video Alliance (www.streamingvideoalliance.org)

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Podcast – Haseeb Budhani on App Development for Edge and Cloud Best Fit

Joining us this week is Haseeb Budhani, Co-Founder and CEO, Rafay Systems.

About Rafay Systems

Rafay Systems enables next generation performance improvements for SaaS applications delivered over the Internet. Rafay’s Programmable Edge™ platform equips developers with a disruptive set of tools to automatically deploy performance and geography sensitive applications, or micro-services, closer to endpoints. With presence at the infrastructure edge, Rafay’s platform enables organizations to deliver a new set of experiences to their end customers. For more information, visit https://www.rafay.co and join the conversation on Twitter @RafaySystemsInc.

Highlights

  • Building an application deployment platform as close to the Edge as possible
  • Supporting containers, microservices (move latency sensitive parts of app to Edge) and availability of infrastructure
  • Definition of Edge to Rafay Systems
  • Issues of massive amount of data at the Edge to be handled – Use Cases
  • Will Edge suffer from device specific infrastructure needs?
  • Application bottlenecks and impact of cloud locations and end user
  • Placement control of services is still an open issue based on user requirements
  • IT infrastructure and ownership and performance issues (IT vs Operation Teams)
  • Cloud and Edge are not competitive; they work together to offer applications best fit

Topic                                                                                    Time (Minutes.Seconds)

Introduction (and US Weather Update)                               0.0 – 1.52
What is Rafay Systems trying to solve?                               1.52 – 2.50
How does this fit in the world of containers?                      2.50 – 4.40
What does Edge mean to you?                                             4.40 – 7.37
Issues of data at the Edge                                                      7.37 – 12.52
Device specific vendors at Edge?                                         12.52 – 19.07
Recognize where application bottlenecks are                   19.07 – 24.30
Placement of apps using Rafay Systems platform            24.30 – 28.25
Comcast as your data center                                                 28.25 – 28.53
IT infrastructure and ownership                                            28.53 – 33.45
Closing thought from Haseeb                                               33.45 – 35.48
Wrap Up                                                                                    35.48 – END

 

Podcast Guest: Haseeb Budhani, Co-Founder and CEO, Rafay Systems

Haseeb Budhani is the CEO of Rafay Systems, which he co-founded in late 2016. Prior to Rafay, Haseeb spent a year at Akamai Technologies as the company’s Vice President of Enterprise Strategy. Akamai acquired Haseeb’s previous company, Soha Systems, in October 2016. Haseeb co-founded Soha in the second half of 2013 and served as the company’s CEO. Prior to Soha, Haseeb served as the Chief Product Officer for Infineta Systems, where he was responsible for overseeing all aspects of the company’s product marketing, marketing communications and partner management activities. Prior to Infineta, Haseeb served as Vice President for NET’s Broadband Technology Group, spearheading the group’s product marketing, program management and business development functions. Previously, Haseeb held senior product management, marketing and engineering roles at Personal IT, Citrix Systems, Orbital Data, IP Infusion and Oblix. Haseeb holds an MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California.

 

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Podcast – Richard Primeaux talks Robotics as a System

Joining us this week is Richard Primeaux, Head of Product and Strategy, Hangar Technology.

About Hangar Technology

Hangar, headquartered in Austin, TX, with a mission to unify the full stack of software essential to power autonomous robotics-as-a-system. A platform to be implemented for the empowerment of an array of capital, construction, and infrastructure support industries–the industries that are a cornerstone of the world’s economy and constitute the largest single component of the USA’s GDP.

Today, Hangar is a foremost leader in this promising transformation fueled by advances in mobile robotics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence that are ushering in a new age of autonomicity — and most likely a whole new computer epoch; one where mobile cognitive machines match, outperform or enhance human performance in a range of work activities—the “Cognitive Era.”

Highlights

  • Cars are the wrong choice for autonomous vehicles – test out on autonomous drones for infrastructure projects (e.g. new buildings, cell towers, …)
  • Mission plans delivered to drone for execution as a robot
  • What is a robot? Difficult – Dangerous – High Degree of Repeatability – Dull Tasks
  • Robot is controlled from program that is run independent of a controller
  • 4-D visual insights delivered to customers
  • Robotics as a System ~ requires a great deal of components for success; not just electronics
  • What an Edge infrastructure will look like to support these robots
  • GPS accuracy is not enough for flying robotics
  • Supporting external influences that happen in real time
  • Building multi-vendor edges coordinating data
  • Discussion on how car automation can learn from drone automation

Topic                                                                                   Time (Minutes.Seconds)

Introduction                                                                        0.0 – 1.52
What is the right autonomous vehicle?                         1.52 – 4.12 (Matt Trifiano Podcast)
Spatial platforms for robotic automation                      4.12 – 5.29
Definition of robots                                                            5.29 – 6.07
How robot operates automatically?                               6.07 – 9.14
Robotics as a system                                                         9.14 – 10.15
Define Kinetic Edge                                                           10.15 – 12.22 (Demo Video)
Micro location Edge use case                                          12.22 – 16.36
Physical limitations and application placement           16.36 – 19.40
Building a multi-vendor Edge ecosystem                     19.40 – 25.42
What to inspect and construction safety                       25.42 – 27.43
Cars follow same process as drones                              27.43 – 29.47
Adding fixed camera to monitor drone                           29.47 – 32.17
Wrap Up                                                                               32.17 – END

Podcast Guest: Richard Primeaux, VP Product & Strategy, Hangar Technology

Primeaux brings over 35 years experience in the design, development, marketing and selling of innovative technology solutions to customers and large enterprises.  His engagement with Hangar began at the formation of the company in 2016, joining entrepreneur and long-time collaborator Jeff DeCoux, Founder & CEO of Hangar in his new mission to bring autonomous robotics and 4D visual intelligence solutions to multiple industries.

Over the last 3 decades, he has been instrumental in helping over a dozen start-up companies in various fund raising and marketing roles and feels most satisfaction in the earlier stages of solution development and of helping drive rapid company growth.

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Podcast – Lack of Seriousness in Cybersecurity, Security thru Transparency, and Blockchain

Joining us this week is Mike D. Kail, previously the CTO of Cybric and Yahoo’s CIO and SVP of Infrastructure.

Highlights

  • RANT Cast on Cybersecurity Regulations from Governments
    • Security is Important but NOT a Priority
  • Culture around Security is Lacking
  • Time for Security Tech to Include UI Testing and Consider User Experience
  • Confusing on Not-Working Security Settings and Profit Motives
    • Security thru Transparency
  • Accountability of Provider in Turning off Security based on Requests
  • Definition on Distributed Ledgers / Blockchain & Scalability Challenges
  • Promise of Blockchain and Good Application for It / Digital Identity
  • Zero Trust Security Overview
  • Equifax Example and Regulations

 

Topic                                                                                           Time (Minutes.Seconds)

(Boring) Intro on Introduction Music Not Happening          0.0 – 0.59
Introduction                                                                                0.59 – 2.54
RANT Cast Overview                                                                2.54 – 3.50 (Eric Wright Podcast)
Mike’s RANT on Gov’t Legislate Security (e.g. GDPR)         3.50 – 6.26
Does Gov’t have a Responsibility?                                         6.26 – 7.40
Fix Usability for Security Tools                                                7.40 – 9.16
Impact of Facebook / Security Settings Complexity          9.16 – 17.03 (Camera Example)
Permission to Access NOT Analyze It                                    17.03 – 21.14
Distributed Ledgers / Blockchain                                           21.14 – 23.20
Promise of Blockchain                                                               23.20 – 25.05
Digital Identity & Authentication                                              25.05 – 28.02
Controlling Access to Distributed Ledgers                            28.02 – 32.36
Equifax Example                                                                         32.36 – 35.30
Will Gov’t Step in Eventually                                                    35.30 – 37.28
Wrap Up                                                                                       37.28  – END

Podcast Guest:  Mike D Kail

For the past 3 years, Mike D. Kail was Cybric’s CTO, responsible for the strategic vision and technical direction of the Cybric Platform. Prior to joining Cybric, Mike was Yahoo’s CIO and SVP of Infrastructure, where he led the IT and Global Data Center functions for the company. He has more than 25 years of IT Operations experience with a focus on highly-scalable architectures.

Previously, Mike served as VP of IT Operations at Netflix, where he was responsible for Employee Technology and various Engineering components. Before that role, Mike was VP of IT Operations at Attensity, where he was responsible for the Americas data center operations team; including managing various Big Data systems with their Hadoop cluster, HBase and MongoDB components.

He has been widely recognized for his insightful industry commentary on social media, and was recently named by the Huffington Post as one of the “Top 100 Most Social CIOs on Twitter.”

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Podcast – James Ferguson talks Kubernetes and the future as an Application Platform

Joining us this week is James Ferguson, Director of Cloud Consulting, JBC Labs.

About JBC Labs

Looking to automate your cloud and on-prem solutions? Needing to see faster CI/CD on AWS, GCP or Azure? Or perhaps ETL processing that makes your team and users of information more productive? JBC Labs has provided solutions for over 20 years to companies big and small. Our solutions make you run faster, more fluid, and provide a spark to drive your innovation. Our team are certified cloud architects and solution providers ready to help you today.

Highlights
• Overview of JBC Labs’ Jump Box Central Kubernetes Solution
• State of Kubernetes Today
• Concept of Kubernetes as an Application Platform
• Functions as a Service
• Service Mesh and Kubernetes

Topic                                                                                              Time (Minutes.Seconds)
Introduction                                                                                  0.0 – 1.24
Jump Box Central Name?                                                          1.24 – 2.06
Where are People Looking for Help in Kubernetes?            2.06 – 4.13
What Problem are you Looking to Solve?                              4.13 – 6.15
What Else Needed to Make Kubernetes Successful?          6.15 – 10.18
Sell Services for Kubernetes?                                                   10.18 – 12.09
Kubernetes Delivery Platform for Apps                                  12.09 – 15.37 (Hospital Example)
Why Function as a Service?                                                      15.37 – 19.05
Does Variety of Options Slow Down Adoption?                    19.05 – 20.05
Is FaaS an App for Kubernetes?                                               20.05 – 22.29 (PB & Chocolate)
Role of Service Mesh                                                                 22.29 – 29.06
Contact Information                                                                   29.06 – END

James Ferguson, Director of Cloud Consulting, JBC Labs.

James Ferguson has been involved in IT, Software Development and Business Management since 1992. During James Career he has created the worlds first mobile agnostic application for SAP and Oracle in the cloud, featured in Gartner and Forrester. Founded two companies and led many others. Industries James has helped companies ranging from Real Estate, Oil and Gas, Utilities, Finance, Insurance and Marketing. James currently helps customers as a principal architect and thought leader for the fortune 500 and SMB. James can be found on Linkedin, email, mobile, or out in the back country hiking.

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Podcast – Scott Lowe on Heptio, it’s Kubernetes Strategy and Open Source Sustainability

Joining us this week is Scott Lowe, Staff Field Engineer at Heptio recorded at Interop ITX 2018. Scott is well known for his impact on virtualization and VMware, follow him at his weblog and podcast called The Full Stack Journey.

Highlights

  • Coming new to container space and view of infrastructure within the stack
  • Why he chose Heptio and its transition up the stack away from virtualization
  • Heptio strategy? Open source based
  • Commercial strategy to support open source in Kubernetes
  • Monetization of open source projects challenges
  • Building applications to run on “standard” Kubernetes

Topic                                                                                   Time (Minutes.Seconds)

Introduction                                                                          0.0 – 2.28
Container Prerequisites                                                      2.28 – 3.40
Infrastructure Story and Moving Up/Down Stack         3.40 – 4.55
Why Heptio and transition to containers?                       4.55 – 9.10 (Approach to Kubernetes)
Heptio Trying to Plug “Holes in the Dam” – Strategy?   9.10 – 12.10
Open Source Engineering Sustainability                         12.10 – 18.00 (No Fork)
Will Kubernetes Stabilize?                                                 18.00 – 20.11
Community Models for Open Source                              20.00 – 24.32
Consumers of Open Source need Pay for Support       24.32 – 27.17
Should ISVs write to Kubernetes Platform                      27.17 – 32.03
20 years of VMware : time to become platform             32.03 – 34.35
Wrap Up                                                                                34.35 – END

 

 

Podcast Guest: Scott Lowe, Staff Field Engineer at Heptio

I’ve been in the Information Technology field for more than 25 years, starting out with desktop support. Along the way, I’ve worked as an instructor, a technical trainer and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), a systems administrator, an IT manager, a system engineer, a consultant, as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for a small start-up, as the practice lead for a national VAR’s VMware practice, as a forward-looking technologist for a large enterprise storage company, and—most recently—as a technologist for VMware focusing on network virtualization.

Currently, I work for Heptio as a member of the Field Engineering team, focusing on cloud computing, Kubernetes, and related technologies.

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Podcast – Blockchain Technology Partners on their Startup and Key Issues of Blockchain

Joining us this week is the team from Blockchain Technology Partners: Duncan-Johnston-Watt, Kevin O’Donnell, and Mike Zaccardo live from GlueCon 2018 in Colorado.

Blockchain Technology Partners is an Edinburgh-based technology startup:

  • Mission – to radically simplify the enterprise adoption of blockchain technologies
  • Goal – to reduce the cost and complexity of doing business through decentralization while ensuring trust, transparency and accountability in a distributed world
  • Focus – providing a production-ready blockchain platform and partnering with businesses to deliver blockchain-based solutions

Highlights

  • Who is Blockchain Technology Partners and Company Objectives
  • What is Blockchain: Distributed Transaction Log and Consensus
  • Decentralization of Ledgers and Centralization Weakness (Bitcoin e.g)
  • Use Cases for Blockchain
  • Publication Components of Blockchain; its Middle-Ware
  • Trusted Authorities and Broker Replacement (Shipping e.g.)
  • Edge Computing and Blockchain Examples
  • Data Responsibility and Local Blockchains
  • Blockchain Technology Partners Open Source Model and Technology

Topic                                                                                    Time (Minutes.Seconds)

Introduction                                                                                 0.0 – 0.47
Blockchain Technology Partners – What are you doing?   0.47 – 1.52
What is Blockchain? (Proof of Elapsed Time)                        1.52 – 5.17
Common Thread of Decentralization                                      5.17 – 10.13
Block of Use Cases                                                                    10.13 – 11.55
Publication Component of Blockchain                                   11.55 – 14.05
Trusted Authorities / Broker / Supply Chain                         14.05 – 17.52
Medical Waste Handling Example                                          17.52 – 19.01
Edge Computing and Blockchain                                            19.01 – 20.11
Multi-Vendor IoT Devices and Multiple Clouds                    20.11 – 25.49
Data at Edge Accumulation (Tokenizing Data)                      25.49 – 27.51
Description of Open Source Model for BTP                          27.51 – 31.08
Wrap Up                                                                                      31.08  – END

Podcast Guests

  • Duncan Johnston-Watt (Chief Executive Officer)

Duncan is a serial entrepreneur and pioneer with thirty years’ experience in the software industry.

He founded Cloudsoft Corporation, creator of the Apache Brooklyn open source project, serving as its CEO for nine years. Previously he was founder and CTO of Enigmatec Corporation which was sold to iWave and subsequently acquired by EMC.

Prior to this he had a number of fintech roles. At Instinet he led the delivery of their Fixed Income brokerage platform. In recognition of this work pioneering the use of Java enterprise technologies in Financial Services he was nominated for a Computerworld Smithsonian Award.

  • Kevin O’Donnell (Chief Strategy Officer)

Kevin is co-founder of the DevOps platform Chill Code. He served as VP Infrastructure & Operations at JP Morgan from September 2012 until July 2016. Prior to this he served as VP Operations, Video Analytics at Nielsen following its acquisition of Glance Guide in March 2010 where he was VP Operations form December 2007.

Kevin has worked with Duncan at both Instinet Corporation where he was Director, Global Fixed Income Engineering and Enigmatec Corporation Limited where he served as VP, Product Management for four years.

Kevin has over 20 years’ experience delivering large-scale production systems, much of it gained on Wall Street, focusing on automation and operations. He holds a BA in Philosophy from Vanderbilt University.

  • Mike Zaccardo (Lead Blockchain Engineer)

Mike is a computer scientist, comedian, traveler, and dancer.

As a senior software engineer at Cloudsoft, he worked with Duncan deploying and managing bleeding edge open source distributed systems including Hyperledger Fabric.

Mike also enjoys performing improv comedy and traveling the world, making dance videos along the way.

He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from John Hopkins University.

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Podcast – Simon Crosby on Revolutionary Architecture Requirements for Edge

Joining us this week is Simon Crosby, CTO at SWIM.AI. Simon discusses the architecture for Edge and its differences from existing cloud infrastructure and how the SWIM.AI solution meets the needs for Edge services.

 

 

 

 

Highlights

  • Challenges in Edge
  • Data is Complete Disruption in Current Models
  • Don’t Train in Cloud for Edge; Instead Learn on Fly
  • All About Data – Apps can’t be Written for Data Specifically
  • Example of Sensor Model at Traffic Light in Self-Learning Model
  • Digital Twin Concept & Actor Model
  • AI Innovation ~ always as though its local
  • Independent Management of Latency and Resource Utilization
  • Write the Program from the Data
  • Example of Manufacturer with Millions of RFID Tags
  • Limitations of Having People Involved in Everything

Topic                                                                                   Time (Minutes.Seconds)

Introduction                                                                         0.0 – 1.55
Why is Edge a hard problem?                                          1.55 – 4.51
Local action is a concern (e.g. Palo Alto traffic lights)   4.51 – 8.12
Edge is served by Moore’s Law                                        8.12 – 9.07
Training problem solved by cloud is mistake                9.07 – 11.00 (Cloudcast Podcast)
Self-Training Edge infrastructure                                     11.00 – 16.03
Constrained problem set for data                                    16.03 – 17.42
Traffic Light example in detail from sensors                  17.42 – 18.48 (smartcity.swim.ai)
Digital twin concept                                                           18.48 – 20.19
Actor Model                                                                         20.19 – 24.33
Key Innovation in SWIM.AI                                                 24.33 – 27.55
Latency and resource utilization matter in Edge           27.55 – 31.03
What does a program look like in this model?              31.03 – 33.15
Building APIs on top of data stream                                33.15 – 37.04
Example of Manufacturer with RFID Tags                      37.04 – 42.55
Modeling everything by a person is not possible         42.55 – 44.23
Influence of analytics in SWIM.AI                                    44.23 – 46.39
Wrap Up                                                                               46.39 – END

 

Podcast Guest: Simon Crosby, CTO SWIM.AI

Simon Crosby brings an established record of technology industry success, most recently as co-founder and CTO of Bromium, a security technology company. At Bromium, Simon built a highly secure virtualized system to protect applications. Prior to Bromium, Crosby was the co-founder and CTO of XenSource before its acquisition by Citrix, and later served as the CTO of the Virtualization and Management Division at Citrix. Previously, Crosby was a principal engineer at Intel. Crosby was also the founder of CPlane, a network-optimization software vendor. Simon has been a tenured faculty member at the University of Cambridge. Simon Crosby was named one of InfoWorld’s Top 25 CTOs in 2007.

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Week in Review: L8istSh9y Podcast Finds a New Home

Welcome to the RackN and Digital Rebar Weekly Review. You will find the latest news related to Edge, DevOps, SRE and other relevant topics.

L8ist Sh9y Podcast Goes Solo in New Blog

For active followers of the L8istSh9y podcast we are pleased to announce a new “home” at https://medium.com/@l8istsh9y. We will continue to publish a blog weekly here at RackN but will expand content on our new site. Be sure to follow us on Medium.

Digital Rebar Online Community Meetup

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Podcast – Matt Trifiro talks Jitter, Real Estate and Augmented Reality for Edge

Joining us this week is Matt Trifiro, CMO of Vapor.io. Matt offers insight into how Edge infrastructure and 5G will be deployed to meet the increased demand for low latency, high data distributed technology.

Highlights

  • Edge is a place: the last mile network
  • Jitter at the Edge (Jitter definition)
  • Data sovereignty and location
  • Apps for Edge have are not similar to existing apps for communication processes
  • Edge as multi-vendor data sharing environment
  • Real estate problem – solved by Akamai
  • Vision of schedulers on keeping apps running vs keeping apps fast
  • Cloud providers will extend into the Edge
  • Augmented reality discussion of video and latency (Digital Twin)
  • Importance of 5G to Edge and commercial impact
  • Real estate is key in Edge computing
  • Building and Managing Edge infrastructure
  • What does Vapor do?

Topic                                                                                    Time (Minutes.Seconds)

Introduction (and US Weather Update)                                0.0 – 2.51
Edge Computing Podcasting & Dr Edge                              2.51 – 4.00
Definition of Edge (Many Defs) / Latency                            4.00 – 7.15
Jitter – Signal Variation in Data Transfers                              7.15 – 8.48
Data Sovereignty and Location                                               8.48 – 9.45
Apps for Edge have a Unique Communication Pattern.     9.45 – 11.42
Edge as Multi-Vendor Data Sharing Environment               11.42 – 16.00
Real Estate Problem and Tracking                                         16.00 – 20.43 (Chetan Podcast)
Vision of Schedulers                                                                 20.43 – 21.27
Extending Edge from Cloud Providers                                  21.27 – 24.07
Human vs Machine Latency                                                    24.07 – 29.13
How Important is 5G?                                                               29.13 – 34.18
REIT Structures for Data Centers                                           34.18 – 35.19
How do we Build & Manage Edge Infrastructure?              35.19 – 40.07
What does Vapor.io do?                                                           40.07 – 45.06
Wrap Up                                                                                     45.06 – END

Podcast Guest: Matt Trifiro, CMO of Vapor.io

Matt Trifiro leads the company’s global marketing, branding and communications. He is a technology industry veteran and a serial entrepreneur, having co-founded or led over a half dozen startup companies. Prior to joining Vapor IO, he was entrepreneur in residence at Xseed Capital and chief marketing officer and senior vice president at Mesosphere. At Mesosphere, he created a new industry category, the Datacenter Operating System, and helped the organization grow from a seed stage startup to a full-scale operating company, generating significant revenue. Prior to Mesosphere, Trifiro was chief marketing officer at Heroku, a division of Salesforce, and prior to that he served as senior vice president of marketing for Salesforce Desk.com. He was also a co-founder and CEO of e-commerce startup 1000 Markets (sold to Bonanza) and co-founder and vice president of marketing for interactive television pioneer Wink Communications (NASDAQ IPO). He currently holds advisory roles with venture-funded startups Buoyant and ListenLoop.

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