In this episode of the ARCHITECHT Show, co-hosts Derrick Harris (ARCHITECHT) and Barb Darrow (Fortune) speak with Anthony Goldbloom, co-founder and CEO of machine learning competition platform Kaggle. Goldbloom discusses Google's recent acquisition of Kaggle and how that affects the company, as well as a wide variety of machine learning topics. Among them: the rise of deep learning and AI, the best machine learning techniques for certain jobs, and the evolution of data science since Kaggle began.
In the news segment, Derrick and Barb discuss AWS's 5,600 open positions, Google boss Diane Greene's claim that her company can overtake AWS in 5 years, and the state of OpenStack and the private cloud.
In this episode of the ARCHITECHT Show, Derrick Harris speaks with Backblaze founder and CEO Gleb Budman about the economics of cloud storage, including his company's recent 60 percent reduction in download pricing. Backblaze—which is known for its open sourcing its high-density, low-cost storage "pods" and for detailed analyses on the reliability of the consumer-grade hard drives it uses—now stores over 300 petabytes of data.
In the news segment, Harris and co-host Barb Darrow (Fortune) discuss Oracle-vs.-AWS on data center scale, the past week's container acquisitions and DockerCon, and the rush for cloud providers to tackle offensive content with AI APIs.
In this episode of the ARCHITECHT Show, Calvin French-Owen, co-founder and CTO of data-integration startup Segment, explains how his company saved $1 million a year by troubleshooting its AWS environment and learning to do more with fewer servers. He also discusses how Segment is able to capture data from SaaS products, and shares his thoughts on why cloud computing is so valuable for startups and why he doesn't foresee data centers in Segment's future.
In this episode of the ARCHITECHT Show, Derrick Harris speaks with Apache Kafka creator and Confluent co-founder Jay Kreps about a wide range of topics including, obviously, Kafka and Confluent. Kreps also tackles digital transformation and real-time data in enterprises; Microsoft's LinkedIn acquisition; the importance of network infrastructure in microservices and data-centric environments; the limitations of big data frameworks; and more.
In the news segment, Harris and co-host Barb Darrow (Fortune) cover VMware selling its cloud business, Cloudera going public, and the promise and potential perils of AI in medicine. Also, the Boston Red Sox being on pace to go 162-0.
In this episode of the ArchiTECHt Show, Derrick Harris speaks with Mark Hammond, founder and CEO of artificial intelligence startup Bonsai, about how his company is helping enterprises take advantage of AI today. Hammond shares the tricks to Bonsai's methods (compilers and abstractions, broadly speaking); talks about the strengths and weaknesses of other approaches to AI software (including APIs and TensorFlow); and predicts the path of AI integration into everyday software.
In the news section, Harris and co-host Barb Darrow (Fortune) discuss a number of topics, including the LinkedIn-Microsoft merger; Amazon's new Connect call center service; Elon Musk's new AI startup; and the Las Vegas Raiders.
In this episode of the ArchiTECHt show, Derrick Harris speaks with Brendan Burns, one of the creators of the hugely popular Kubernetes technology, and current director of engineering for Microsoft's Azure Container Service. Burns details Microsoft's current container offerings and vision; why container technologies will remake both infrastructure and application development; and the process of turning Kubernetes from a mere idea into one of the world's most popular open source communities.
In the news segment, Harris and co-host Barb Darrow (Fortune) discuss AI head Andrew Ng's departure from Baidu, and what it's like for Docker to live in the shadow of Kubernetes. They also recap IBM's big cloud conference and try to wade through the marketing to determine what's for real with Big Blue.
In this episode of the ArchiTECHt Show, Derrick Harris speaks with DataDog co-founder and CEO Olivier Pomel about the trends his company is seeing from monitoring hundreds of thousands of customer servers. Among them are the rapid rise of Docker for production workloads, the shift toward multi-cloud environments, and the stronger-than-expected state of private clouds— ranging from Kubernetes to OpenStack.
In the news segment, Derrick and co-host Barb Darrow (Fortune) finish their discussion of Google's big cloud conference, consider Cloudera's rumored 2017 IPO, and dive into Intel's big spending on Mobileye and Altera in its quest to win new workloads.
In this episode of the ArchiTECHt Show, co-hosts Derrick Harris (ArchiTECHt) and Barb Darrow (Fortune) speak with Digital Ocean CTO Julia Austin about trying to build a cloud platform simple enough for all developers to get started, but also advanced enough to keep them as customers when they grow. Austin also discusses a number of other topics, including her 8.5 years leading R&D at VMware—a tenure that spanned three CEOs—and the evolution to the VM and now toward the container.
In the news segment, Barb and Derrick discuss the underwhelmed response to Google's keynote session at its big Next cloud conference; the logic in HPE acquiring another billion-dollar storage company; and what Confluent's $50 million in funding says about the state of big data and open source.
In this episode of the ArchiTECHt Show, host Derrick Harris (ArchiTECHt) speaks with Cloudera co-founder and chief strategy officer Mike Olson about the state of Hadoop and Spark, and how machine learning is driving adoption of big data technologies. Olson also weighs in on the recent Hadoop cluster hacks and how companies like his can compete in the cloud, among other topics.
In the news portion, Derrick is joined by special guest Stacey Higginbotham (Stacey on IOT and the Internet of Things Podcast) to discuss how the big Amazon S3 outage affected the world of connected devices; the infamous connected teddy bear hack rooted in an insecure MongoDB instance; and how we'll finally make the Internet of Things intelligent.
In this episode of the ArchiTECHt Show, host Derrick Harris (ArchiTECHt) interviews Peter Yared, co-founder and CTO of enterprise IT startup Sapho. Yared discusses a wide range of issues, including:
There is no news segment this week.
In this episode, co-hosts Derrick Harris (ArchiTECHt) and Barb Darrow (Fortune) interview Sam Ghods, co-founder and systems architect at Box, about his company's migration from a PHP monolith to microservices. Ghods details why Box chose Kubernetes as the foundation of its new backend, and why he believes containers can bring about a cloud computing nirvana where developers don't worry about servers and workloads can move freely among platforms.
In the news segment, Barb and Derrick break down Google's big Cloud Spanner database announcement and Amazon's collaboration-focused Chime product, among other topics.
In this episode, Derrick Harris (ArchiTECHt) interviews Sam Lambert, senior director of infrastructure engineering at GitHub, about how the company manages its global data center footprint. Lambert also shares insights into how the company works with large companies, including Apple, on their open source endeavors and some of his favorite open source projects. If you write software, you'll want to listen.
In the news segment, Derrick and co-host Barb Darrow (Fortune) discuss AWS earnings, Snap's $2 billion commitment to Google Cloud and if the RethinkDB saga portends broader changes in open source.
In this episode, Derrick Harris (ArchiTECHt) interviews Baidu chief scientist (and Coursera co-founder) Andrew Ng on a wide range of artificial intelligence topics, including voice control vs. screens; how market forces in China have made it a frontrunner in NLP; the feasibility of "enterprise" deep learning software; and how to address the impacts of AI on the labor force.
In the news segment, Derrick and co-host Barb Darrow (Fortune) talk open source AI, Alexa and cloud earnings season.
In this episode, co-hosts Derrick Harris (ArchiTECHt) and Barb Darrow (Fortune) discuss Cisco's big $3.7 billion acquisition of AppDynamics; Oracle's mega hardware layoffs; Microsoft appointing former LinkedIn SVP Kevin Scott to CTO; and the trend of NBA teams putting advertising on their jerseys (yes, there's a tech hook).
Derrick also interviews Instagram's head of engineering, James Everingham, who shares his insights of more than 30 years as a software engineer. Everingham talks about how software has evolved, how software developers have evolved and how his management style has evolved (hint: it involves quantum physics).
In this episode of the ArchiTECHt show, co-hosts Derrick Harris and Barb Darrow discuss Microsoft's multi-million-dollar investment in Montreal's artificial intelligence community; former Microsoft SVP Qi Lu taking on the COO role at Baidu; and why Oracle insists on trying to compete with Amazon in the cloud.
This week's (highly opinionated) guest is Joyent CTO Bryan Cantrill. He talks all about why Samsung is intent on running its own cloud; why cloud lock-in happens easier than you might think (especially when that Amazon Snowmobile backs up to your data center); and why he hates the term "serverless" but believes it's the future of computing.
In this episode, Derrick and Barb discuss the week's news in enterprise IT, including:
Then, they interview Dave Rensin, director of Google's Customer Reliability Engineering team, to get the details on:
In the inaugural episode, Mike Driscoll (Founder and CEO, Metamarkets) joins hosts Derrick Harris (ArchiTECHt) and Barb Darrow (Fortune) to discuss the week's news—including Google's full-court press to attract data center professionals to its cloud—and make predictions for 2017. Driscoll also shares his experiences running a fast-growing startup, which include coming to terms with cloud lock-in and deciding to open source a foundational technology.