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Day two of the Tectonic 2015 Summit kicked off with New York City short stacks (three varieties!) and a panel discussion facilitated by InApps Technology’s Managing Editor Joab Jackson, with support from InApps Technology’s Technical Editor & Producer Benjamin Ball and contributor Lawrence Hecht. The panel:
- Gabriel Monroy, CTO at Engine Yard and the creator of Deis
- Matthew Brender, Developer Advocate, Software Defined Infrastructure team at Intel Corporation
- Alex Polvi, Founder and CEO at CoreOS, Inc.
At the outset, Polvi promised, as a reward for those attending so early, that the panel would make things “as controversial as we possibly can,” the likelihood of which was increased by the numerous topics — container security, the enterprise adoption curve, DevOps as a job description, how to compete with AWS, the prospective lock-in with Kubernetes and which open source projects it will make redundant — served up in the electric atmosphere during this breezy session.
Any and all controversy that was to be had has been captured for this edition of InApps Technology Analysts podcast.
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