103 - Operationalizing Your AI Projects
Intel’s Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solutions Architect, Public Sector, and Gretchen Stewart, Chief Data Scientist, Public Sector, discuss operationalizing AI projects.

65 - Accelerating Cloud Adoption while Decreasing Complexity and Cost
On this episode, part 1 of 2, Darren talks to David Esposito, Global Solution Architect, from Aiven about accelerating cloud adoption while reducing complexity and cost.

64 - Follow and Secure the Bit Edge to Cloud
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, discusses following the bit with Greg Clifton, Director, DOD and Intelligence, Intel, in a follow-up to episode #2, along with Steve Orrin, CTO Federal, Intel, who lends his expertise on security in complex edge to cloud environments.

46 - Securing your DevOps Pipeline
In part two of this episode, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, gives practical tips for securing each stage of the DevOps pipeline, including protecting the hardware and software stacks with hardware root of trust, Security scanning, attested and encrypted containers/VMs. and more.

42 - Securing the DevOps Pipeline = SecDevOps
In this episode, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect at Intel, and Steve Orrin, CTO of Intel, Federal, discuss why and how the DevOps pipeline must be secured. The only way to deliver solid, resilient, and secure code is if security is built in, and the earlier the better.

41 - The Black Art of DevOps
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Public Sector, Intel, defines common DevOps terms and explains where DevOps fits into your organization.

32 - No Code (RPA) Approach to Back Office Efficiency
Today’s episode is part 2 of a conversation with Sean Chou, Catalytic CEO, and Neil Bahadur, Catalytic Head of Partnerships. They talk with Darren about their no-code approach to back office efficiency with a platform that utilizes RPA and AI technology.

22 - An Argument for Multi-Hybrid Cloud
Darren Pulsipher describes why a Multi-Hybrid Cloud Architect may already be in your Data Center. Most organizations already all of the ingredients. They just need to know how they fit together.