76 - Day in the Life of a Cloud Solution Architect
On this episode, Darren talks with Kiran Agrahara about what Intel Cloud Solution Architects (CSAs) do in a day to benefit not only cloud service providers (CSPs), but end users.
98 - The Emergence of the Global Data Network
In this episode, Darren reminisces with Chetan Venkatesh, CEO of MacroMeta. Venkatesh has a long history of data management from the beginning days of Grid Computing and has started MacroMeta to tackle data management across the globally dispersed edge, data centers, and clouds.
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.
33 - The AWS Outage of Nov 2020
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Public Sector, at Intel talks about the lessons learned from the AWS outage in November 2020 and preventative solutions to navigating such outages.
56 - Cloud Broker Organizations
In this episode, part one of two, Darren and Intel Cloud Solution Architects Dave Shrestha and Kevin Bleckman talk about the importance of a cloud broker organization. Dave and Kevin founded Intel’s cloud brokerage team about seven years ago. Intel workers were consuming the public cloud, and it was like the wild wild West with people just swiping their credit cards for access. Security was an issue and spending got out of control. To rein in the chaos, they created a cloud broker organization.
5 - Infrastructure Maturity Model
Digital transformation can be difficult. Many organizations become paralyzed when trying to decipher all of the technologies that are thrown at them every day. On this journey, like any other, it is important to have a map. In this episode, Darren explains the Infrastructure Maturity Model to help organizations find out where they are in their digital transformation, where they can go next, and how to get there.
53 - DevOps with Speed While Reducing Risk
In this episode, Robert Boule, Head of Solution Engineering at OpsMx, joins Darren to talk about improving speed without increasing risk in the DevOps process. The three key areas to balance in software delivery are velocity, risk, and quality. Most can manage one or two of these things, but adding the third can get difficult. For example, you might be able to deliver at velocity because you have a great cd system, but once you introduce compliance and policy checks, you are faced with a challenge. Do you stop and check those things, or maybe ingest some results from another tool? Suddenly, your velocity suffers.
137 - Rebirth of the Private Cloud
In this episode Darren interviews Sam Ceccola, CTO of DOD for HPE about the new business and technology models changing the way organizations consume hybrid cloud.
112 - Myths of Lift and Shift Cloud Migration
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solutions Architect, Public Sector, Intel, and John Evans, Chief Technology Advisor, WWT, discuss five lift and shift cloud migration myths.
93 - The Four Superpowers of Digital Transformation
On this episode, Darren discusses the four superpowers of digital transformation with Intel’s Greg Ernst, Corporate VP of Sales, Americas. Ubiquitous compute, Pervasive Connectivity, Cloud to Edge, Artificial Intelligence.
138 - Evolution of Cloud
In this episode Darren interviews Ken White from Dell Technology about how Cloud technology is more than technology, but a process and cultural change in organizations.
117 - 2022 Year In Review
In this episode Darren reviews 2022. He identifies the most talked about topics on the podcast in 2022 including Data Management, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Edge Computing, and Hybrid Workspaces.
162 - Building a Multi-Hybrid Cloud Strategy
In this episode Darren interviews Christine McMonigal and discuss the challenges organizations face when transitioning to the cloud and adopting multi-hybrid cloud architectures. They highlight the importance of understanding these obstacles and providing guidance to overcome them. This episode will dive deeper into some key barriers and strategies for mitigating risks, ensuring a successful cloud transformation.
57 - Cloud Broker Organization Part 2
In part two of two, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, and Intel Cloud Solution Architects Dave Shrestha and Kevin Bleckman talk about the benefits and services of a cloud broker organization.
77 - Digital Transformation in 2022
Intel’s Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Dr. Anna Scott, Chief Edge Architect, and Gretchen Stewart, Chief Data Scientist discuss the six pillars of digital transformation in 2022: multi-cloud computing, edge computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cyber security, data management, and comms.
44 - Cloud in the Digital Age
In part two of the interview, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, and Doug Bourgeois, Managing Director, GPS Cloud Strategy Leader, Deloitte, continue their discussion about the cloud migration.
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.
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.
100 - Intel's Public Sector Superheroes
On this episode, Darren and Cameron Chehreh, Vice President and General Manager of Public Sector, Intel, talk about Intel’s superpowers: ubiquitous compute, pervasive connectivity, edge to cloud, and artificial intelligence.
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.
26 - Multi Cloud Data Solutions with Hammerspace
Johan Ballin, Director of Technical Marketing at Hammerspace and Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Public Sector, at Intel discuss Hammerspace’s hybrid cloud technology that untethers data from storage infrastructure, providing data portability and performance.
78 - Understanding the Shared Responsibility Security Model
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, explains shared responsibility security models. Who is responsible for security can become murky in the cloud; responsibility depends on cloud service delivery models and other factors.
45 - Not All Cores are Equal
In this episode, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, and Stephen Holt, Cloud Solution Architect, Intel discuss cloud optimization and studies that show that cores perform differently for various workloads.
52 - Telemetry in the Cloud
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, talks to Josh Hilliker, Director of Cloud Solution Architects at Intel about using telemetry in the cloud to maximize value and efficiency.
54 - People & Process in Digital Transformation
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, asks his guest, Ann Madea, former CIO of HSBC, to reflect on the process of big transformational changes she spearheaded in organizations.
3 - Benefits of Multi-Cloud Architecture
A multi-hybrid cloud architecture allows organizations to take advantage of the benefits of both private and public clouds, optimizing resources and cost efficiency. This model has five main advantages: agility, flexibility, predictive performance, security and compliance, and efficiency.
43 - The Role of the CIO in Cloud Adoption
In part one of this interview, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, and Doug Bourgeois, Managing Director, GPS Cloud Strategy Leader, Deloitte, talk about the cloud migration and the role of the CIO.