Thursday, June 16, 2011

Episode 12 - "There's a Pony in there..." (Cloud Management) + Show Notes

The Cloudcast (.net) - Eps.12 - "There's a Pony in there..." (Cloud Management)
June 15, 2011
Guest: Christian Reilly (@reillyusa), President of the Platform Cloud, The Loose Couple (blog)

Cloudcast alumni Christian Reilly is back (see Episode 3) to talk about his many travels to the world of tradeshows (Interop, GlueCon, RailsConf), cloud management and APIs.

Monday, June 13, 2011

Join the Cloudcast (.NET) group on LinkedIn

Here at The Cloudcast (.NET), we're always looking for more ways to connect with the Cloud Computing community, to discuss the latest technologies, products and more. While we really appreciate getting feedback on the show via email or Twitter, we thought it would be helpful to also create a forum where we can have longer-form discussions about the shows. So we create a public group on LinkedIn. So if you like the show and would like to be a part of the discussions, please sign up and let us hear from you.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Episode 11 - "News, Stacks, Rants and More" + Show Notes

The Cloudcast (.net) - Eps.11 - "News, Stacks, Rants and More"
Date: June 5, 2011
Guest: Aaron & Brian rant with Joe Onisick (@jonisick), Define the Cloud (blog), blogger at Network Computing and Technical Solutions Architect at WWT

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Episode 10 - "Clouds on the Storefront Horizon" + Show Notes

The Cloudcast (.net) - Eps.10 - "Clouds on the Storefront Horizon"
Date: June 1, 2011
Guest: Rodrigo Flores (@RFFlores) Technical Architect for Cloud Computing at Cisco, formerly the CTO/Founder at newScale;

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Cloud Computing meets Pop Culture!!

If you'd like to rock some The Cloudcast gear, you can head over to the Cloudcast Store and get the look that will make your friends jealous of your style and knowledge. Or just be an awesome guest on our show someday and we'll send you some schwag as a thank you

When Aaron and I started The Cloudcast (.NET) we had no expectations about who might listen to it. We just didn't want to make complete fools of ourselves. Needlessly to say, we were shocked and a little bit excited when this picture showed up in our inbox. We had no idea he was into Cloud Computing, but I suppose it makes sense. He is huge on Twitter and YouTube.

So from Aaron and I, we extend a big welcome to our newest fan. Maybe someday when he's not on tour, we can have The Biebs on to talk about the massive Cloud Computing scalability needed to keep his fan engaged.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Topics of Discussion on The Cloudcast - Part I

I was playing around with today and plugged in The Cloudcast (.net) to see what sort of Cloud Map it would create. 

Interesting enough. I saved this for two reasons:
  1. We'll revisit this every couple of months to see how much the discussions have changed.
  2. The shape reminded me of a wavelength that we frequently see when editing the audio of the podcast. The shape represents the "breadth" that Brian takes right before he asks a question or starts a sentence. It's an annoying habit (we all have some speaking quirk), but luckily for our listeners they usually won't hear it on the final version.