Our new episode is up, from this past Friday:
There’s tell that some people just look at containers as a cheaper way to virtualize, eschewing the fancy-lad “cloud-native stuff.” We discuss that idea, plus “the enterprise cloud wars,” and also our feel that Slack is actually a really good tool and company.
Listen directly, subscribe to the podcast feed, and go check out the full show notes, which has a web player as well.
By way of example, Butterfield said that there are about 2,000 messages a day written by humans in Slack at his company. Another 6,000 more are generated automatically by machines. With such a high volume of information, having it all in one place, ordered, highly searchable, and with human chat layered on top helps make a fragmented and overwhelming amount of communication easier to deal with.
Sounds good to me; I wonder if the email zombies will see the light this time.
Trying to get normals to use IRC, once again