No one really knows what the deal with “private cloud” is. There seems to be a coffin, but as we discuss, it’s unclear how far we are from the final nail. We also discuss HP splitting, HP shutting down their private cloud, a slew of small acquisitions, and Matt Ray’s take on the recent OpenStack Summit in Tokyo.
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- If you like video, see this episodes’ video recording.
- HP now split.
- HP’s finally out of the public cloud game – “we will sunset our HP Helion Public Cloud offering on January 31, 2016” Coté: wow?
- I don’t think anyone expects new entrants into the public cloud market, right? Seems locked with AWS, Azure, MSFT. All others are “managed cloud”/enterprise cloud gambits. Oracle not doing so – Don’t forget IBM!
- IBM buys (Austin-based) Gravitant.
- Solarwinds gets bought
- Idera buys Embarcadero – all your Delphi are belong to us.
- Wall Street valuations – how do they work
- Oracle OpenWorld and the Downton Abby of cloud.
- PCF 1.6
- Japanese electronics
- OpenStack Summit, Tokyo
- Brandon: Vox The Weed’s Podcast
- Matt: El-P and Killer Mike weighing in on Hulk Hogan, God, Fatherhood and more, Meow the Jewels is finally here.
- Coté: Pappadeaux in DFW Terminal A – no potties, but damn-fine ambiance, service, and food.