After several weeks we now have a critical mass of episodes of The Technology Evangelist Podcast to justify posting it on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. So now you can subscribe from your favorite service or player and stay current. Recently we completed episodes on high performance packet capture, electronic trading, NVMe, and Hadoop.
We’re now scheduling and recording episodes on FPGAs, digital currencies (bitcoin), Intel Skylake, TensorFlow, Containers, the race to zero, and much, much more. If you have ideas for topics or speakers, we always welcome suggestions, so please email The Technology Evangelist or comment to this blog post.
Well after a few weeks of planning and preparation the Technology Evangelist Podcast is finally available. This podcast will focus on bringing the engineers, marketing, and sales folks on the cutting edge of technology to the mic to explain it.
Our first episode features Ron Miller, the CTO of Cloudwick, talking about “Hadoop and Securing Hadoop Clusters.” Ron is an expert in Cyber Security having founded Mirage Networks in 2003. We’re honored to have Ron share with us some background on Hadoop and how one might secure Hadoop clusters.
In our second episode, Mark Zeller joined us to talk about non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe), and how it will replace spinning disks over the years to come. We touch on the benefits of this technology, talk about erasure coding, and review where the technology is headed. This episode has been recorded and is pending final approval.
Yesterday on Saturday, June 10th, Bob Van Valzah had some time to stop by and discuss Electronic Trading. This episode covers such topics as what is trading, the race to zero, dark pools, and the book Flash Boys. This episode has also been recorded and is pending final approval.
Effective June 2, 2017, the primary hosting source for the 40GbE.net (including 10, 25, and 50GbE.net) blog is moving from Blogger (Google) to WordPress. This is being done to facilitate better management of the content, and to add the capability to support a newly spun up Podcast called the Technology Evangelist. Hopefully, you’ll renew your subscription to this blog on WordPress.