Aaron and Brian do their annual 2015 WrapUp show. They look at the most interesting shows, trends and topics from 2015, as well as making predictions for 2016.
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Show Stats and Interesting Facts
- Topic 1 - Is Public Cloud making any money?
- Topic 2 - Is Open Source Software making any money
- Topic 3 - Everything is becoming an integrated solution.
- Topic 4 - Bi-Modal vs. Tri-Modal IT
- Topic 5 - The continued rise of SaaS applications (and who manages them)
- Topic 6 - The continued rise of non-vendor companies recruiting developers
- 60 Shows
- Official Podcast at Cloud Foundry Summit, MesosCon, LinuxCon, DockerCon, VelocityConf, OSCON
- Went over $5B in VC + M&A Funding for Guests
Most Popular Show(s) of 2015:
Aaron’s 2015 Predictions - From 2014 show
- Eps.200 (Future of Connected Cloud; Christian Reilly)
- Eps.199 (Docker Security; Diogo & Nathan)
- Eps.208 (DevOps; Nathan Harvey)
Brian’s 2015 Predictions - From 2014 show
- Container ecosystem is beginning to mature
- Docker needs to go through Trough of Disillusionment
- Skill Sets Changing - Blogging will become a lost art
- GitHub or “GetOut” - people need to learn GitHub - see 30 Days of Commitmas (GitHub learning)
- Existence of Bi-Modal IT - There is no migration path between the two.
- “Infrastructure as a Code” replaces “Software-Defined” terminology
Infrastructure jobs will become the operations portion of DevOps (automate everything)
Our Grades on Various Topics/Companies/Themes
- Containers, Containers, Containers - competition for Docker in containers (VMware, CoreOS, etc.)? Moved from Containers to Systems.
- Containers/Docker were mentioned everywhere (AWS, Tutum, Microsoft, DigitalOcean)
- VMware pushes that “containers need VMs”
- AWS is finally starting to understand the Enterprise; bundling/integrating services
- Nobody values Cloud Management software
- How do the VCs justify all this investment in companies that drive open-source projects?
- What happens to all the SaaS tools platforms on AWS, can they survive economically?
- Other Public Clouds
- Private Cloud or Hybrid Cloud
- Cloud Foundry
- Open Source centric companies (CoreOS, Hashicorp, Mesosphere)
- Cluster-Management and Schedulers (Kubernetes, Mesos, Swarm)
- SaaS Applications
Brian’s 2016 Prediction Notes:
Aaron’s 2016 Prediction Notes:
- We’ll continue to see big bets (legacy vendors) and big failures
- Very curious to watch the open-source VMware-replacements (Hashicorp, CoreOS, Docker, etc.) monetize their business
- We’ll begin to hear about some IoT success stories
- Docker Trough of Disillusionment will happen (push from last year) in favor of Open Standards
- We will consolidate down to a handful of large hardware and software vendors in one (Oracle, Cisco, Dell) and pr