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A Short Stack o’ Controversy at the Tectonic 2015 Summit

Dec 14th, 2015 4:05pm by
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Day two of the Tectonic 2015 Summit kicked off with New York City short stacks (three varieties!) and a panel discussion facilitated by The New Stack’s Managing Editor Joab Jackson, with support from The New Stack’s Technical Editor & Producer Benjamin Ball and contributor Lawrence Hecht. The panel:

  • Gabriel Monroy, CTO at Engine Yard and the creator of Deis
  • Matthew Brender, Developer Advocate, Software Defined Infrastructure team at Intel Corporation
  • Alex Polvi, Founder and CEO at CoreOS, Inc.

At the outset, Polvi promised, as a reward for those attending so early, that the panel would make things “as controversial as we possibly can,” the likelihood of which was increased by the numerous topics — container security, the enterprise adoption curve, DevOps as a job description, how to compete with AWS, the prospective lock-in with Kubernetes and which open source projects it will make redundant — served up in the electric atmosphere during this breezy session.

Any and all controversy that was to be had has been captured for this edition of The New Stack Analysts podcast.

#71: A Short Stack o’ Controversy at the Tectonic 2015 Summit

This podcast is also available on YouTube.

To subscribe to The New Stack Analysts podcast or check out other episodes, visit the podcast section of The New Stack.

CoreOS and Intel are sponsors of The New Stack.

Feature Image: Ben Hider.

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