Gordon Haff

I'm a technology evangelist at Red Hat where I deal with topics such as containers, DevOps, cloud strategy, and IoT. Those will be the primary focus of this newsletter but I'll also use it to highlight generally interesting links and to provide updates on my comings and goings. Blog: http://b... Read more

I'm a technology evangelist at Red Hat where I deal with topics such as containers, DevOps, cloud strategy, and IoT. Those will be the primary focus of this newsletter but I'll also use it to highlight generally interesting links and to provide updates on my comings and goings.

Blog: http://bitmason.blogspot.com

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Gordon's Hafftime #11: Open source in government & CRI-O

It's been a while. I've been traveling and working on some internal projects which have led to me sort of getting out of routine writing. I'm taking some time to get caught up and organized this month but have some more events in November. Here's what's on de…

 
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Gordon's Hafftime #10: Catalyst, Distributed Teams, and Containers

My August has ended up more structured than I hoped which means that the "projects list" didn't see nearly as much progress as I had hoped.The proximate cause was a couple of trips I hadn't planned on: internal meetings down in Raleigh and Gartner Catalyst in…

 
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Gordon's Hafftime #9: IoT

Not much new (that I can share) on the writing front at the moment. Mostly getting organized for the fall with more organization sorely needed.One thing I've been up to is preparing for a Cloudy Chat podcast relaunch. This went a "bit" inactive after my ongoi…

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Issue #8: Japan, Failure, and Microservices

William and I were at LinuxCon to give a presentation entitled "Fail often, fail fast." It tied into central DevOps concepts such as experimentation, constant iteration, and having a culture that supports these types of activities.Per the abstract, software p…

 
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Gordon's HaffTime - Issue #7

Summit was a great event as always with lots of great sessions, opportunities to get together with colleagues, meet with customers, and have discussions with analysts. In the coming months, I'll be highlighting various Summit videos and other material as it g…

 
#6・

Red Hat Summit plus OpenShift News

I'll be heading off next week for DevOpsDays Silicon Valley followed by Red Hat Summit in San Francisco. I'm track chair for IT Strategy at Red Hat Summit. I'll be presenting with Todd Barr of Ansible by Red Hat on Getting Started with DevOps. I'll also be co…

 
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Gordon Haff - Issue #5 - New Platforms

This week marks the beginning of a long spell of travel. Some of it's vacation to be sure but nonetheless the next couple of months will be packed between Red Hat Summit in San Francisco. Here's the link to the agenda. Use discount code INcrowd16 to save on r…

 
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Gordon Haff - Issue #4. Cloud security and more

This coming weekend I'll be off to my usual Memorial Day boating trip to Beal Island near Bath, Maine. Then I'll be around until the following week when I go down to New York City for CloudExpo. My presentation is The New Platform: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet …

 
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Gordon Haff - Issue #3

My next event of note is CloudExpo in New York City on June 8. I'll be speaking on The New Platform: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet. The focus is on the containerized deployment platform that is emerging from a Cambrian Explosion of innovation associated with con…

 
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Containers, containers, containers - Issue #2

Grant Shipley will be presenting at the Triangle Kubernetes meetup session this coming Thursday, May 12. 6:30pm in the Red Hat Annex at 190 E. Davie Street in downtown Raleigh.

 
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A new dawn. A new newsletter.

These papers have been in process for a while but they both ended up hitting the website at about the same time.