Brian Waldon provides the strategic and technological vision to develop Diamanti’s Kubernetes solutions. As an early engineer at CoreOS (now part of Red Hat OpenShift), Brian has been a part of the Kubernetes community since the very beginning. He brings a deep perspective on customer needs and the technological expertise that keeps Diamanti in front of industry trends including being the first company to provide a complete platform to seamlessly deploy and migrate stateful applications across a hybrid cloud. His earlier experience at Rackspace has also influenced the multi-tenant constructs of DIamanti Spektra 3.0.
Episode | October 22nd, 2020 | Season 2020 | 44 mins 18 secs
cio, composable infrastructure, convergence, data fabric, datacenter, enterprise, hci, information technology, it, processor, servers, storage, technology
Containers have been embraced by IT organizations across the board. No longer strictly limited to dev ops and non-production environments, we're starting to see production enterprise applications being deployed into Kubernetes-managed containers. These deployments expose the limitations of the technology. This episode of DataCentric goes into some of the challenges of leveraging the full power of the underlying hardware by using innovative I/O acceleration techniques, coupled with control and data plane enhancements to allow efficient utilization of all available resources. Diamanti's vice president of product, Brian Walden, joins Steve & Matt in an informative discussion about how to leverage the power of Kubernetes to its fullest potential.