Monthly Archives: February 2016

Crowdsourcing My Job Search: An Update

It was a month ago that I publicly announced I had quit my job and would be essentially “crowdsourcing” the search for my next job. I figured this would be a good time to provide an update and to share some of my experience. First of all, I’ve probably watched more of the 2016 US Presidential Primaries than […]

Follow Up Post: Using Persistent Storage With Containers

This is a follow up to an earlier post asking if persistent storage is a good idea for containers. I received good feedback on that post with readers falling on different sides of the issue. So I thought it would be worthwhile to respond by talking about three “approaches” for handling persistence for containers. I put “approaches” […]

Between A Rock And A Hard Place: Will OpenStack Become Niche?

A chief concerns I’ve discussed with friends in the OpenStack community about and have expressed at past Summits is the possibility that OpenStack is turning into a niche technology. As readers of this blog know, I am a big OpenStack supporter and have spend the past several years working to help the project succeed in the open source […]