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The Cloudcast #176 - Dev,Ops & VC Perspective on Modern Apps

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The Cloudcast #176 - Dev,Ops & VC Perspective on Modern Apps

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The Cloudcast #176 - Dev, Ops & VC Perspective on Modern Apps (43:56)

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Date: January 15, 2015

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Aaron and Brian talk to former Netflix Cloud Architect and current VC Adrian Cockcroft about how to properly position products/tools/services to Devs vs Ops, the role of open-source in accelerating adoption, how open-source companies can make money, and some tips and use-cases for getting DevOps adopted within the Enterprise. Music Credit: Nine Inch Nails (nin.com)

https://github.com/adrianco/ - Adrian’s GitHub Page

http://perfcap.blogspot.com/ - Adrian’s Blog
http://www.slideshare.net/adriancockcroft - Adrian’s new Slideshare
http://www.slideshare.net/adrianco - Adrian’s old Slideshare
http://www.openvehicles.com/ - iOS apps for Tesla cars

Topic 1 - What did we get wrong on 2014 predictions?

Topic 2 - “dev view” vs. “ops view” of things, and the companies that are solving ops problems vs. companies solving dev problems in the same space (eg. Socketplane vs. Weave)

Topic 3 - How do VCs think about these high-valuation open-source companies?

Topic 4 - What's your take on the adoption rates of the bleeding edge, in terms of skills at various companies?

Topic 5 - Let's talk about NetflixOSS - what did it mean in terms of adoption vs encouraging engineers vs trying to find alternatives to AWS?

Topic 6 - You used to be a big fan of Google Glass. What's your take on wearables, IoT and apps around this space.

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