December 13, 2017
Architect’s Corner: Satya Komala, Head Of Autonomous Vehicle Cloud & Enterprise Architecture at NIO

Today’s Architect’s Corner is with Satya Komala,  Head Of Autonomous Vehicle Cloud & Enterprise Architecture at NIO.  NIO is the coolest car company that you might never have heard of.  First, they make the NIO EP9 which is the fastest electric car in the world.  They also make this amazing fully autonomous car called Eve.  In
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December 5, 2017
Architect’s Corner: Jeffrey Zampieron, CTO at Beco Inc.

Featured in this Architect’s Corner is Jeffrey Zampieron, CTO at Beco Inc., a Boston-based company delivering real-time space analytics to optimize commercial real estate properties. Beco uses solar-powered Bluetooth beacons and smartphones to measure workplace utilization and automate daily tasks, such as finding an open meeting room or connecting with building amenities. Jeffrey explains how
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June 14, 2017
Architect’s Corner: Danny Purcell, Senior DevOps Engineer at New Context

Today’s Architect’s Corner is with Danny Purcell, Senior DevOps Engineer at New Context, a Lean Security consulting firm that help enterprises implement containers and microservices, often as part of cloud transformation projects. Danny has been leading the implementation of stateful services for one of Portworx’s largest customers and has seen first hand some of the challenges
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March 23, 2017
Architect’s Corner: Nelson Kick, HPC Engineer at TGen

In today’s Architect’s Corner, we talk with Nelson Kick, manager of High Performance Computing at TGen, a leading Genomics research institute that operates at petabytes of storage and 50 teraflops of compute. Nelson discusses how TGen uses containers in the context of High Performance Computing and some lessons learned running stateful services like MongoDB, etcd
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March 14, 2017
Architect’s Corner: Tom Watson, Devops Engineer at ReachForce

We’re starting a new blog series today called Architect’s Corner. In this series we’ll talk to Portworx customers who are living at the bleeding edge of enterprise software. They are DevOps experts, in the thick of building container-based microservices. Like all experts, they’ve succeeded as well as stumbled and this series is a chance for
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