A Leap into Learning Kubernetes

So, it’s been awhile, right? I opened my big mouth and put it out there that I’d do a video series installing Kubernetes (K8s) and OpenFaaS on 3-Node Intel NUC cluster. Of course, I’ve never installed K8s and other than knowing Alex Ellis, the leader of the open source project for OpenFaaS, I don’t knowContinue reading “A Leap into Learning Kubernetes”

The Sphere – Mission Accomplished w/Rebecca Fitzhugh

Rubrik Technical Marketing Engineer Rebecca Fitzhugh joins the Sphere. Rebecca shares her experience starting her career as a 17-year old in the military to running her consultancy and eventually joining Rubrik. Rebecca has a unique perspective as someone willing to mop the floor or design a data to accomplish the mission while finding enjoyment alongContinue reading “The Sphere – Mission Accomplished w/Rebecca Fitzhugh”

Running a Business as a Couple – John & Kat Troyer

John and Kat Troyer share their experience of running a business as both business partners and a married couple. In this raw conversation, Keith and Mark probe for input on topics ranging from money, stress, and trust. Thanks to John and Kat for a very honest conversation. You can find more about their businesses on https://techreckoning.com

Quietly Judging with Amy Lewis – VirtualizedGeek Podcast

Welcome back to podcasting on the VirtualizedGeek. We’ve rebooted the channel to a career-focused podcast. In this first return episode, Amy Lewis of the Geek Whisperers joins the podcast to talk about her transformation from working in publishing to a director at a large enterprise IT software company. Show Notes 04:00 – Yes and? Amy’s firstContinue reading “Quietly Judging with Amy Lewis – VirtualizedGeek Podcast”

Introduction to Serverless & Webinar

First off, there are servers in serverless computing. However, the construct of servers is a throwback to a time when the only way to develop distributed applications was to focus on the server as the base component of the infrastructure. In the server-centric model of distributed systems, developers needed to understand their CPU, Memory andContinue reading “Introduction to Serverless & Webinar”

Understanding Ubuntu (BASH) on Windows 10

Microsoft has more than warmed up to Linux. The company which once was at war with open source has created a whole new subsystem to allow running Ubuntu’s Executable and Linkable Format (ELF). Microsoft’s Channel 9 has a detailed video on the details of the beta project. I created the below video to help introduceContinue reading “Understanding Ubuntu (BASH) on Windows 10”

CTO Advisor 027 – VSAN 6.2 What you need to know

Wikibon has predicted that Server SAN will overtake traditional storage arrays. The latest version of VSAN 6.2 moves a step closer to displacing legacy storage arrays. I’m joined by VMware Principle Architect Rawlinson Rivera (@punchinglcloud). We hit some critical questions about the latest version. Here’s a short list of topics we touched upon. Value propositionContinue reading “CTO Advisor 027 – VSAN 6.2 What you need to know”

My failed attempt at installing Azure Stack in vCloud Air

Failed labs are a cost of doing business in learning new stuff. Microsoft’s tech preview for Azure Stack created a new opportunity for my lab efforts. It’s rare when I have a lab that’s too big to run in either my home VMware Workstation setup with 32GB of RAM or the 1000 vCPU hours IContinue reading “My failed attempt at installing Azure Stack in vCloud Air”