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Interview With John Willis of Docker

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Interview With John Willis of Docker

Closing keynote at DevOps Days Austin: John Willis on data gravity, containers, and microservices -- the new guns, germs, and steel.

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Last but not least here is the final video from DevOps days Austin featuring the one and only John Willis aka Botchagalupe. John gave the closing key note using an intriguing comparison to Jared Diamond’s Guns, Germs and Steel.

Take a listen:

Some of the ground John covers:

  • John’s DevOps background
  • From Socketplane founder to Docker employee
  • The convergence of data gravity, containers and microservices – the new guns, germs and steel
  • How John got involved with the Docker folks back in the dotCloud days.
  • Containers vs VMs

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virtualization ,cloud ,docker ,containers ,microservices

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