Screaming in the Cloud Corey Quinn

Screaming in the Cloud with Corey Quinn features conversations with domain experts in the world of Cloud Computing. Topics discussed include AWS, GCP, Azure, Oracle Cloud, and the "why" behind how businesses are coming to think about the Cloud.
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Latest Episodes…

  1. Episode 27: What it Took for Google to Make Changes: Outages and Mean Tweets

    Google Cloud Platform (GCP) turned off a customer that it thought was doing something out of bounds. This led to an Internet outrage, and GCP tried to explain itself and prevent the problem in the future. Today, we’re talking to Daniel Compton, an independent software consultant ...

    2018-09-12

  2. Episode 26: I’m not a data scientist, but I work for an AI/ML startup building on Serverless Containers

    Do you deal with a lot of data? Do you need to analyze and interpret data? Veritone’s platform is designed to ingest audio, video, and other data through batch processes to process the media and attach output, such as transcripts or facial recognition data. Today, we’re talking ...

    2018-09-05

  3. Episode 25: Kubernetes is Named After the Greek God of Spending Money on Cloud Services

    Google builds platforms for developers and strives to make them happy. There's a team at Google that wakes up every day to make sure developers have great outcomes with its services and products. The team listens to the developers and brings all feedback back into Google. It also ...

    2018-08-29

  4. Episode 24: Serverless Observability via the bill is terrible

    What is serverless? What do people want it to be? Serverless is when you write your software, deploy it to a Cloud vendor that will scale and run it, and you receive a pay-for-use bill. It’s not necessarily a function of a service, but a concept. Today, ...

    2018-08-22

  5. Episode 23: Most Likely to be Misunderstood: The Myth of Cloud Agnosticism

    It is easy to pick apart the general premise of Cloud agnosticism being a myth. What about reasonable use cases? Well, generally, when you have a workload that you want to put on multiple Cloud providers, it is a bad idea. It’s difficult to build and maintain. Providers ...

    2018-08-10