Two years at Red Hat have flown by at such a rapid pace; I'm even a couple months late in blogging about it! To top off another year full of great projects, awesome technology, and incredible people, I've had a couple exciting things happen that I wanted to share. Last month I was chosen to … Continue reading What a year!!
So yet again, this blog post comes as I sit in the RDU airport, leaving behind sunny blue skies and ~50 degree temperatures to arrive just before midnight in cold, wet snow. -- it is good to get home! I've been in Raleigh again for a couple days, this time for Red Hat IdM (Identity … Continue reading More time in Raleigh, more snow in Connecticut!
I don't get into New York City too often, but I had the opportunity this week to check out Red Hat's office. I took the Amtrak in and out of Penn Station, and a quick subway hop to the office. Just a stone's throw from Wall St, Red Hat is waaaay up on the 24th … Continue reading New York City
I'm taking the train from New London into Penn Station. I haven't been on a train in years, but this is great! Free WiFi, free power, smooth ride -- I'm getting a ton of work done. I'll definitely be doing this more!
Time to update the WordPress headshot -- I now have my Red Fedora! I'm sitting in the RDU airport, wrapping up three days in Raleigh - two for New Hire Orientation, and one for training on the sales tool. Ran into David Huff today in the new Red Hat Tower, who echoed a common theme … Continue reading Done with New Hire Orientation
Today was the first day of a new chapter in my life — I started today as a Solutions Architect for Red Hat! For the first time in a looong time, I came home and said “I can’t wait to go back tomorrow!”. What an incredible place to be - smart people, great products, fantastic … Continue reading @RedHatJobs: today was my first day, and I can’t wait to go back tomorrow!
Discussion about OpenShift. OpenShift has been fully open-sourced, available on GitHub for local deployment, or directly usable as a hosted solution. Rule #1: IaaS != PaaS Virtual machines : Application is not necessarily 1:1 Rule #2: PaaS is not a silver bullet Great for Self-service deployment of applications, varied volatile workloads (development, testing, scale-up/out), with tightly … Continue reading Build a PaaS using Open Source Software