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The Cloudcast #188 - The ContainerPocalyse Ahead

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The Cloudcast #188 - The ContainerPocalyse Ahead

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Date: April 25, 2015

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

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Topic 1 - What have you been up to lately?

Topic 2 - Most interesting feedback you’ve gotten since we pivoted the focus of the show?

Topic 3 - What’s been the most interesting announcements, acquisitions, VC funding for you so far in 2015?

  • AWS Earnings Announcement 
  • Nebula goes out of business 
  • Commercialized Kubernetes and Mesos (Mesosphere, Kismatic, CoreOS) 
  • Docker’s Round D funding 
  • VMware’s Container Announcement 
  • Infrastructure funding levels vs. Software funding levels 
  • Interesting Moves by Microsoft (Containers, Linux on Azure, etc.) 

Topic 4 - What’s been the most confusing or surprising announcement or move?

Topic 5 - We usually do end-of-year predictions, but stuff is moving so fast, maybe we should throw out 1 or 2 for the next 3-6 months.

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