The Cloudcast #196 - Inside Cloud Foundry Operations
June 16, 2015
17 min
Aaron and Brian talk to Cornelia Davis (@cdavisafc; Cloud Foundry Platform Engineering at Pivotal) about her experience working on the Pivotal Web Services Operations Team, her experience as both a developer and operator and why she believes that Containers-alone aren't enough to build a PaaS platform. Interested in the O'Reilly OSCON?  Want to register for OSCON now? Use promo code 20CLOUD for 20% off Details to win an OSCON pass coming soon! Check out the OSCON Schedule Free eBook from O'Reilly Media for Cloudcast Listeners! Check out an excerpt from the upcoming Docker Cookbook Links from the show: Competing with Software, It takes a Platform Cornelia's Blog at Pivotal Revelations from the Field - Life in the Operations Team Topic 1 - You were a developer first. You write a great blog post on the benefits to operations as well as developers from PaaS. Can you elaborate? Topic 2 - You spoke at the EMC {code} event at EMC World, what did you talk about what was your experience at the event? Topic 3 - I liked in your presentation you had a slide on smoother effort, less risk. Tell us a little more about that concept and how it relates to running large operations at scale. Topic 4 - You also mention containers aren’t enough. Tell us what you mean by that? Music Credit: Nine Inch Nails (nin.com)
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