Richard Seroter hosts a conversation with technology leaders who have shared their experience on multi-cloud uses, optimization, flexibility migration and enterprise architecture. Follow the videos below to learn more.
1. Why multicloud?
Why do multicloud things? Richard Seroter hosts a conversation with Armon Dadgar, Co-Founders and CTO of HashiCorp, who explains how to think about the dimensions of multicloud, and when to use differentiated services in each. Click on the video below and learn more about how Google Cloud offers you the flexibility to migrate, build, and optimize apps across hybrid and multicloud environments while minimizing vendor lock-in, leveraging best-in-breed solutions, and meeting regulatory requirements:
2. What should executives know about multicloud? - a chat with Sarbjeet Johal
Sarbjeet Johal, strategy consultant for CxOs of Fortune 2000 companies, joins Director of Outbound Product Management at Google Cloud, Richard Seroter, for a conversation on multicloud strategy and cloud consumption.
3. Multicloud, data, and the streaming revolution - a chat with Jay Kreps
Director of Outbound Product Management at Google Cloud, Richard Seroter, joins Confluent CEO, Jay Kreps for a conversation on multicloud, data, and lessons for rethinking your data architecture.
4. When does (multi) cloud matter to developers? - a chat with Laurie Barth
Director of Outbound Product Management at Google Cloud, Richard Seroter, sits down with Netflix Senior Software Engineer Laurie Barth to get the developer’s perspective on cloud, development, and more.
5. Why you should or should not do multicloud?
Our very own Richard Seroter sits down with the Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn, to talk multicloud. Hear Corey’s perspective on why you should and should not go multicloud, and how to increase your chance of success. Watch this video for insights and some laughs.
6. What do chaos engineering and multicloud have in common?
What do chaos engineering and multicloud have in common? Many people do both with resilience in mind. Google Cloud’s Richard Seroter sits down with Tammy Bryant of Gremlin to learn more about how she thinks about site reliability engineering, chaos experiments, and the value/challenge of multicloud architecture. They’ll also talk about 90s DOS game Pipe Dream, advice for the hard parts of multcloud, and a chaos experiment that could span clouds.
7. Building maintainable, resilient, and observable (multi) cloud systems - a chat with Charity Majors
Charity Majors, Co-Founder and CTO of Honeycomb, joins Director of Outbound Product Management at Google Cloud, Richard Seroter, for a conversation on the cloud, observability, and more.
8. Is multicloud natural for developers?
If you start with the developer—think of all the language frameworks and software we use each day—then multicloud is a fairly natural way of thinking. You build great stuff on your laptop/desktop, and deploy it to a great place. From a startup in San Francisco to a 70-year-old company at scale that has a lot of complexity, hear from James Watters click on the video below, the CTO at VMware, on why you need to be very contextual about how you think of multicloud.
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