He's the VP and CTO of Cloud Computing at Cisco, he's the Vice Chairman of the Board for the OpenStack Foundation, and he's on the Board of Directors for both CNCF and the Cloud Foundry Foundation. Which is all to say that Lew Tucker is neck deep in cloud, and has seen it from a variety of different angles. In this episode he shares extraordinarily thoughtful insights and opinions on everything from OpenStack and Istio to the way we build applications and the importance of demo days.
Do you have to choose between a serverless architecture and one featuring containers? If you want to do serverless, when is it appropriate? What is so great about Fargate? And how could "disposable applications" possibly be a good thing? Krishnan discusses these things and more on this week's episode of Cloud Unfiltered!