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The Modern Digital Enterprise (formerly Device Squad)
70 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
NFTs: Speculation or Status Symbol? With Andy Ofiesh
In today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve and Glenn discuss NFTs with Andy Ofiesh, former Software Engineer for Bitcoin Armory. Are they a speculative investment or a status symbol? Proof of ownership or proof of fandom? What are the risks? What are the benefits? Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT)s are cryptographic assets the ownership of which is tracked on a blockchain via unique identification codes and metadata that distinguish them from each other: digital certificates of authenticity stored on the blockchain. This episode also answers the following: What are Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT)s? What can be sold as an NFT? What is the significance using Ethereum vs. Bitcoin as a payment method? What does Proof of Work have to do with it? What does “ownership” of a digital file mean, anyway?What are you paying for? What do you own? Why do some NFTs have multiple owners? Is proof of ownership really proof of fandom? Why are NFTs even a thing?? How are NFTs an investment??How do NFTs help artists? How do they hurt artists? Are they only useful for established artists? How much of an issue is counterfeiting? What are the applications for the Enterprise? Will this pass as a fad or become more formalized?Where do we think this is going? What are CryptoPunks and CryptoKitties?Are we just too old to get it? Links in the episode: Investopedia: Blockchain Explained https://www.investopedia.com/terms/b/blockchain.asp Investopedia: Cryptocurrency https://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/cryptocurrency.asp YouTube: What are NFTs and Crypto Art: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rztmblQAmjI What is NFT Art? https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2021/03/26/what-nft-art-beeple-sold-69-million-crypto-ethereum/7010716002/ CNBC: People are paying millions for clips that can be viewed for free. Welcome to the world of ‘NFTs’ https://www.cnbc.com/2021/03/03/what-are-nfts-all-you-need-to-know-about-crypto-collectibles.html Beeple Explains The Absurdity Of NFTs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTmF26NUZTA “Crossroad”: The $6.6M Beeple graphic: https://niftygateway.com/itemdetail/secondary/0x12f28e2106ce8fd8464885b80ea865e98b465149/100010001 The Verge: Grimes sold $6 million worth of digital art as NFTs https://www.theverge.com/2021/3/1/22308075/grimes-nft-6-million-sales-nifty-gateway-warnymph Buying & Selling Tweets: https://v.cent.co/?fbclid=IwAR0YJhw59crVBmWAky7VcgVscTT-Fezaaz-4kVY_axv7TIlZncQS-3lljyM CryptoPunks https://www.larvalabs.com/cryptopunks CryptoKitties https://www.cryptokitties.co/
49 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
The SolarWinds Hack & Your CyberSecurity Strategy
In today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve and Glenn discuss the SolarWinds Hack and what steps your organization should take to ensure the success of its CyberSecurity Strategy with Enterprise Architect, David Mahoney. This episode also answers the following: What is the SolarWinds Hack and how does it work? How could the hack have gone undetected for so long? Why are passwords no longer a valid security mechanism?How is data exfiltration even worse than a Ransomware attack? How can you scope a cybersecurity Program that is right-sized for your organization? What security tools and services does Anexinet offer? What's so bad about anti-virus programs?What is the solution to prevent attacks like these from happening moving forward? How important is a well-thought-out security strategy?What are the most common gaps and risks companies take?How does Anexinet's preventative and proactive approach help companies stop cybersecurity threats in their tracks? Links in the episode: CNET: SolarWinds software used in multiple hacking attacks: What you need to know https://www.cnet.com/news/solarwinds-hack-officially-blamed-on-russia-what-you-need-to-know/ CRN: Anexinet Exec: Lack Of Monitoring In SolarWinds Hack Is ‘Scary’ https://www.crn.com/news/security/anexinet-exec-lack-of-monitoring-in-solarwinds-hack-is-scary-
67 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
In today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve discusses Infrastructure Automation with George Carter, Director of Automation Services, and IT Automation Developer, Thomas Breslin. This episode also answers the following questions:What differentiates RPA from Infrastructure Automation?For clients who don’t fully understand what automation can do for them, what kinds of things is it possible to automate today? What areas can be automated that companies may not have considered?In what ways can an organization’s infrastructure be automated? What can automating infrastructure do for an organization? What are the advantage of automating infrastructure? Why is it important for organizations to have a 3rd party help them manage their infrastructure? What are the advantages of having a 3rd party? When does automating away the busy work free your IT Teams to work on? What role does automation play in security? How is Anexinet able to augment, rather than replace, the client’s IT team? How is augmenting more effective and beneficial than replacing?So, with all these benefits, what is it that’s still holding companies back from automating?Art of the possible: what are we currently doing versus what are we capable of doing for companies?Where do you think Infrastructure Automation is headed? Where is this technology going? Links in the episode: The Practice of System and Network Administration
48 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
Why Centers of Excellence Are Still a Thing — A Strategists Forum
In today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve and Glenn discuss Centers of Excellence (COE) with Sr. Strategist Nitin Bhatia and Digital Solutions VP Stephen Tranchida. This episode also answers the following questions:What are the 4 types of COEs? How does Anexinet work with each one? How did the concept of a COE originate? Who determines a COE's direction? How have COE's evolved over time? What additional services & technologies does today's COE handle? How do COE's interact with vendors and 3rd party providers? What are the issues that arise there? What are the biggest issues with COEs? Why do COEs fail or get a bad rep? What should organizations avoid with their COE? How does Anexinet help avoid these issues? What does Anexinet provide organizations in terms of their COE? What is the ideal configuration for a COE? What is the Lifecycle of a typical COE? How does a lifecycle approach to COE's help fiefdom culture?What is Anexinet's COE Kickstart? How can we be sure Anexinet knows what our best approach should be? What role does Change Management play in the success of your COE? Where are COEs going? What additional responsibilities will COEs assume in the future?
77 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
Event-Driven Flow and the Path to Production
In today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve and Glenn discuss how the concepts of "flow" and "path to production" represent the future of event-driven systems with VMware CTO, James Urquhart. This episode also answers the following questions: How do backyard chickens represent an event-driven system? Why is the evolution from request-response interfaces to event-driven interfaces so valuable? What does James mean by “path to production”? How does path to production minimize friction for developers and create a better environment for building and improving code? What's the best way to secure buy-in for the cultural change required to adopt this approach? Beyond CI/CD, what other activities impact the developer path to production? What is the role of containers in improving path to production? What is the role of serverless in improving path to production? How should leaders organize IT for modern software development and efficient path to production? What is “flow” (a.k.a., the "world wide flow") and how will it change the way we use software? What would incentivize an organization to use stream processing? What are the infrastructural hurdles to adopting this approach? What architectural decisions should you be making to prepare for flow technologies? What are the most powerful uses of streams? How do streams increase organizational efficiencies and improve your customer experience? How can organizations benefit from sharing flow streams? What are the ways event-based integration might scale over time?
29 minutes | Aug 20, 2020
Trends in Modern Enterprise Architecture
In today’s Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, GM & Executive VP of Digital, Al Sporer speaks with Digital Transformation SVP, Steve Tranchida and Sr Enterprise Architect, David Lavin on the topic of trends in Modern Enterprise Architecture. The episode defines what makes up a modern enterprise architecture and explains how trends toward agility and real-time data necessitate a new microservices approach that lets organizations adapt easily to achieve business goals. Further, the episode describes how event-driven architecture helps organizations adapt to the changing business landscape by leveraging a business-centric view of enterprise events that enables the orchestration (and re-orchestration) of microservices. Additionally, the episode discusses: Getting started with microservices Dealing with legacy infrastructure and data Tools for transitioning to modern architecture Enabling real-time data at massive scale throughout the organization Use cases for event-driven architecture Increase your agility and velocity by releasing software more quickly, continuously, and incrementally through the independent deployment of smaller components.
16 minutes | Jul 20, 2020
Social Media Analysis: COVID-19's impact on the Grocery Industry
In today’s Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, GM & Executive VP of Digital, Al Sporer speaks with Anne Erickson, Real-Time Intelligence Manager and Senior Analyst, and Ariana Patrick, Manager and Lead Analyst on how we leverage Social Analytics for our clients and the impact the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic has had on the grocery industry, along with the public’s general attitudes and concerns around shopping for groceries—based on the findings from their Social Media Analysis Report. Social Media Listening is one of the most effective ways to gain a deeper understanding of your customers so you can deliver a truly great digital experience. Anexinet helps global brands utilize Social Media data to drive their corporate strategy. Our Social Listening Managed Service tracks the nuances of emotion and sentiment to provide true insight into how consumers feel about your brand, products, services and competitors. Further, we listen and derive insights from social conversations among patients and across therapeutic areas within the pharmaceutical industry. We analyze this dialog qualitatively and quantitatively to provide insights into patient behaviors, attitudes, concerns and knowledge gaps.
24 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
Creating a Digital Strategy in a Virtual World
Our strategy kickstarts are bite-sized engagements with banquet results—to help launch your digital initiatives quickly, easily and without risk. Our proven ideation process takes you from ideation to action-plan in as little as two weeks. Naturally, we’ve had to adapt this highly collaborative face-to-face process in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic. In today’s Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, GM & Executive VP of Digital, Al Sporer speaks with Sr. Digital Strategist, James Hoshor on how Anexinet is maintaining, and even improving, the quality of its strategy kickstart process by virtualizing our strategy ideation sessions for the new normal. Further, James discusses our strategies for facilitating large virtual groups and ensuring success by providing additional client-training on the new digital tools. Finally, the episode describes how organizations are dealing with the current disruption and adapting to the new normal, along with showcasing some real-world lessons on how virtualization has actually helped improve collaboration across departments and increased efficiency and productivity (while reducing costs) for many of our clients.
21 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
Connected Customer Experiences
In today’s Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, GM & Executive VP of Digital, Al Sporer speaks with SVP of Digital Transformation, Steve Tranchida on the topic of connected customer experiences: why they’re so important, and how to ensure your organization is providing a great one. “61% of customers are unable to easily switch from one channel to another when interacting with customer service. 91% say they should be able to pick up where they left off.” — Aspect Software, Inc. To accommodate customer self-service, successful digital leaders must offer customers a connected, consistent ecosystem of services across many channels—not just isolated applications. Seamlessly creating connected self-service experiences ensures greater customer satisfaction. “Companies with the strongest omni-channel customer engagement strategies retain an average of 89% of their customers, as compared to 33% for companies with weak omni-channel strategies.” — Aberdeen Group, Inc. Let Anexinet help accelerate your CX self-service application strategy and development journey.
38 minutes | Apr 29, 2020
Zoom's Big Boom (despite the Zoombombings)
In today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, the strategists discuss the dominance of Zoom as a video conferencing platform during the Coronavirus pandemic. One company made it big while all others fizzled. What was it about Zoom that enabled such massive success? What lessons can be gleaned by their success regarding the importance of increasing security as you scale, and thinking-through the advantages and pitfalls of scaling at the onset. We also discuss a brief history of Zoom security issues, explain how to avoid Zoombombing (and how it became a thing in the first place) and provide some best practices to customize your meeting security settings. Was Zoom ever truly “256-bit encrypted, end-to-end”? Does anyone at Zoom know anything about cryptography? And what, if anything, does China have to do with all this? Enjoy this success story of how Zoom overcame bad security and bad press! The continued spread of COVID-19 presents significant uncertainty. While many of our manufacturing partners have announced free and reduced-price licensing for their mobile-worker and collaboration products, Anexinet is working with customers to build secure, holistic solutions for supporting remote workforces while developing remote-work strategies around team collaboration and security. The end-goal? Ensuring your organization stays productive and protected during this global pandemic. Anexinet's areas of focus include: VDI and remote desktop VPN Identity management and multi-factor authentication Mobile security and policy management
22 minutes | Mar 13, 2020
Remote-Workforce Scaling in the face of Coronavirus COVID-19
In today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve talks with Anexinet VP, Ryan Benner about ramping-up your enterprise remote workforce as a strategy for dealing the Coronavirus. Is your organization flexible enough to accommodate the surge in your remote workforce necessary to keep the business running and employees safe? Is your IT ready to scale a broad work-from-home capability? The continued spread of COVID-19 presents significant uncertainty. While many of our manufacturing partners have announced free and reduced-price licensing for their mobile-worker and collaboration products, Anexinet is working with customers to build secure, holistic solutions for supporting remote workforces while developing remote-work strategies around team collaboration and security. The end-goal? Ensuring your organization stays productive and protected during this global pandemic. Anexinet's areas of focus include: VDI and remote desktop VPN Identity management and multi-factor authentication Mobile security and policy management
83 minutes | Jan 29, 2020
Tech Prescriptions for 2020: an Emerging Technology Council Roundtable
Today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, features our annual Tech Prescriptions for 2020 roundtable from the Emerging Technology Council. Remember, these are “prescriptions” (pragmatic, actionable things you should be doing in the coming year), not “Predictions” (which are almost sure to be wrong!). The group has plenty to talk about this year! Enjoy the following session topics: Using AI And Analytics to Improve Customer Experiences — James Hoshor, Sr. Digital Strategist A Pragmatic Approach to Blockchain — Nitin Bhatia, Sr. Digital Strategist Supercharge Your Edge/Fog and IoT Efforts With 5G — Bob Noren, Sr. Digital Strategist Adopt an Event-Driven Architecture — Steve Tranchida, VP of Enterprise Architecture Refresh Existing Mobile Apps; Use Your AI Superpowers for Good, Not Evil; Invest in Intelligent Automation — Glenn Gruber, Sr. Digital Strategist Links in the episode:Emerging Technology Council 5G and IoT: Ushering in a New Era
49 minutes | Jan 17, 2020
Robotic Process Automation with Jeet Shome, VP of Citizens Bank
In today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve and Glenn talk with Citizens Bank VP, Jeet Shome on the ins and outs of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). This episode also answers the following questions: What is Robotic Process Automation (RPA)? What is attended versus unattended RPA? What use cases are a good fit for RPA, including front-office and back-office use cases? Which RPA platforms are better at back-office RPA versus desktop RPA? What is RPA's role in Machine Learning (and general) bias-removal? How should our organization get started with RPA? Is there a security application for RPA? That is, could RPA be used to make a system more secure? Who are the big players in Robotic Process Automation? How do you justify the cost of the platform? Is there a minimum number of transactions required for a good ROI? What are some tips or key takeaways for anyone contemplating RPA at their company? What’s next for RPA? How might RPA be improved even further? Links in the episode:How to identify Robotic Process Automation (RPA) opportunities
67 minutes | Nov 27, 2019
Security Matters with Data Security Risk Advisor Jason Marchant
In today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve and Glenn talk with Takeda Data Security Risk Advisor, Jason Marchant on the most-pressing security issues today's organizations face. This episode also answers the following questions: What are the largest internal security issues facing today's teams? How do we create a Security Scorecard as a path to remediation? How does Anexinet's Policy Characteristics Matrix compare with Scenario-Based Control Requirements? What are some 2-Factor (and multi-factor) Authentication Best Practices? How secure is 2-Factor Authentication, anyway? What are the implications of posting personal data to Social Media (health, etc.), and how responsible are they for protecting that data? Does HIPAA still apply? What are the security determinants for moving to the Cloud? Does the move make a company's data more or less secure? How effective is data-masking? What threats to AES encryption are beginning to emerge? What is the greatest security threat organizations face today? What about the role of AI/Machine Learning/Quantum Computing? How much of a risk do they pose? What are the risks of increased surfaced area (IoT proliferation) and morphing malware? What are Sans Institute's "Top 20 Critical Security Controls"? How does Trust & Verify compare to Zero Trust in terms of Risk-Management Practices? How do you determine your ideal Risk-Management Strategy? Links in the episode: Sans Institute Top 20 Critical Security Controls
63 minutes | Oct 22, 2019
Cyber Security & Privileged Access Management with Thycotic
In today's Device Squad, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve, Chris Hayner & George Contino talk with Katie McCroskey & Larry Mogil of PAM Cloud Leader, Thycotic on the state of Cyber Security & Privileged Access Management (PAM). This episode also answers the following questions: How will Anexinet's partnership with Thycotic supplement Anexinet's offerings? What is Secret Server? What is "Secrets Management"? What's the difference between DevOps Secrets Vault and DevOps SDK? Why is moving from on-premises to cloud important when it comes to privileged access management? What are the benefits? What does privileged access management at cloud scale and speed mean? What's changed that we need this level of security today? Where do you see the company going? What does the future of cyber security look like? Links in the episode: Thycotic https://thycotic.com/
37 minutes | Jul 22, 2019
WWDC Wrap-up - Emerging Technology Council Roundtable
In today's Device Squad, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Glenn Gruber and Maribel Lopez host the Emerging Technology Council's latest Roundtable discussion which provides a wrap-up from WWDC19 and a review of the announcements large and small that impact the enterprise. Lastly, name our new Podcast & win a prize!
79 minutes | Jun 17, 2019
Facial Recognition with John Hershey, Machine Learning Researcher
In today's Device Squad, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve and Glenn talk with John Hershey, Machine Learning Researcher at Google about the state of Facial Recognition (aka Face Surveillance) Technology, about AI bias, and about San Francisco's recent "ban" on the technology for government use. Is Facial Recognition a valuable public-safety tool or is it an infringement of our civil liberties? Also, name our new Podcast & win a prize! This episode also answers the following questions: What does it mean when San Francisco— one of the most tech-friendly and tech-savvy cities in the world—is suddenly the first state to prohibit its government from using facial-recognition technology?? Why the ban? Why now? What's wrong with government agencies using Facial Recognition? Is it really invasive? Or is it more about it not being perfect? Where are we at with facial recognition? What would be the source for their data? How are they recognizing these faces, anyway? Is this more about concern over the possibility of errors? Wrongful imprisonment? Are they simply worried about being sued? Or do they really care about our right to privacy? What part does AI bias play into this? If we recognize that bias exists, what steps are being taken to eliminate the bias? Is there a way to estimate or predict bias? Is the ban worth it? Do we need more like it? What about other forms of recognition? Voice recognition, airport scanning, etc. Links in the episode: STUDY: Facial feature discovery for ethnicity recognition https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/widm.1278 San Francisco just banned facial-recognition technology https://www.cnn.com/2019/05/14/tech/san-francisco-facial-recognition-ban/index.html SF Ban on Face Recognition - Acquisition of Surveillance Technology https://sfgov.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=7206781&GUID=38D37061-4D87-4A94-9AB3-CB113656159A Facial recognition data collected by U.S. customs agency stolen by hackers https://www.salon.com/2019/06/11/facial-recognition-data-collected-by-u-s-customs-agency-stolen-by-hackers/ Facial Recognition Software Wrongly Identifies 28 Lawmakers As Crime Suspects https://www.npr.org/2018/07/26/632724239/facial-recognition-software-wrongly-identifies-28-lawmakers-as-crime-suspects?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=politics&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20180727&fbclid=IwAR1x74a-cBXMrZm_79UJHmHjxhUos4XunsivYU__ekdbsTgUPRU7bx54NuM Does object recognition work for everyone? A new method to assess bias in CV systems https://ai.facebook.com/blog/new-way-to-assess-ai-bias-in-object-recognition-systems/ Don't smile for surveillance: Why airport face scans are a privacy trap https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/06/10/your-face-is-now-your-boarding-pass-thats-problem/ U.S. Customs and Border Protection says photos of travelers were taken in a data breach https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/06/10/us-customs-border-protection-says-photos-travelers-into-out-country-were-recently-taken-data-breach/?utm_term=.cb047794d0a2 Chickens Prefer Attractive People https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/01/animals-chickens-evolution-eggs-food/
69 minutes | Mar 29, 2019
Enterprise Mobile Help & Support with Monica Avina, Tech Support Lead
In today’s Device Squad, the podcast for the mobile enterprise from Anexinet, Steve and the Propelics Team (James Hoshor, Todd Chusid, and Nitin Bhatia) discuss the challenges and complexities of Enterprise Mobile App Help and Support with Anexinet Tech Support Lead, Monica Avina. Topics include the following: How the advent of mobile technology has changed the enterprise help desk How to assess your readiness to support mobile The key support components every organization needs Best practices for transitioning from dev to support How to measure the success of your support organization This episode also answers the following questions: What are the key areas to assess to determine your help desk organizations readiness to support mobile? What are the key components you need to have to be successful for providing the proper levels of support for enterprise mobile? What are some “Best Practices” for transitioning from development to support? How much should the support role overlap with other roles (design, development, etc) in the organization? How will support desks handle new technologies like AI/Machine Learning/augmented reality? Conversely, how will new technologies like AI and Machine Learning improve our ability to provide help and support.
53 minutes | Feb 25, 2019
Canopy Health Project Retrospective with Cathy Farmer & Noori Dhillon
In today’s Device Squad, the podcast for the mobile enterprise from Propelics, Steve and the Propelics Team (David Enarson, Cesar Cavazos, and Andres Reaza) discuss the complexities and successes of the Canopy Health Project with Cathy Farmer (Mobile/Web Delivery Director at BayHealth Development) and Noori Dhillon (Product Strategy Director at BayHealth Development). Project goals including helping the health care startup design and build a new web-based provider/service directory, online member portal, along with a suite of cross-platform mobile applications (MyCanopyHealth) to improve access to care and provide transparency into the management of one's health. This episode also discusses: Canopy Health: what is it and what is its mission? What was new about what Canopy Health was trying to do? How was the project broken down to make it all doable? What were the challenges in trying to make this goal a reality? Why did you choose Propelics to help you achieve your goals? What did Propelics do to help make your goal a reality? What are some of the integration challenges of working with healthcare data? What did you ensure HIPAA-compliance across all deliverables? Of all the technologies brought into play, which proved to be the most difficult integration and why? What does theMyCanopyHealth app do for Canopy's members and providers? How does the app manage to provide 24x7 live video care? How does the cost-estimator work? How did the applications help Canopy Health transcend traditional health care companies? What unique qualities did Propelics possess that helped make this project possible? What impressed you most about Propelics? How is the program doing today? What do we have to look forward to from Canopy in the future? Links in the episode: Canopy Health https://www.canopyhealth.com MyCanopyHealth App (iOS) https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mycanopyhealth/id1279407608?mt=8 MyCanopyHealth App (Android) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.canopyhealth.mycanopy&hl=en Webinar: Meet the New CEO! https://www.canopyhealth.com/en/events/2019/new-ceo.html Webinar: Better Together! http://webinar2.canopyhealth.com/
55 minutes | Jan 30, 2019
Cloud Computing with Krishnan Subramanian, Rishidot Research
In today's Device Squad, the podcast for the mobile enterprise from Propelics, Steve and Glenn talk with Krishnan Subramanian, Founder and Chief Research Advisor at Rishidot Research about the state of Enterprise Cloud Computing, including AWS,Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, along with Serverless and Kubernetes. This episode also answers the following questions: What are today's big trends in cloud computing? What about Serverless? What is Kubernetes? And why is it so important? AWS and Azure seem to be winning the cloud war. But what about Google Cloud Platform? Are any companies still hesitant to embrace the cloud? If so, why? And what can be done to turn them around? Where are we at as an industry in terms of DevOps adoption What’s next in DevOps? What's so different about DevOps for AI? What's the best way to introduce a new chicken into a flock? Links in the episode: Krishan Subramanian on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/krishnansubramanian/ Stacksense: http://www.stacksense.io Krishnan on Twitter: @Krishnan Algorithmia: https://algorithmia.com Diego Oppenheimer's Tweet that started it all: https://twitter.com/doppenhe/status/1039578430013091845 a16z podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/a16z/id842818711?mt=2&i=1000420311247
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