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A podcast Series With SAM RAMji

E15 Audra Montenegro Carter, Events & Experiences at DataStax

Wrapping up Season 1, Open||Source||Data producer Audra Montenegro Carter joins Sam Ramji in a conversation about the inspiration and behind-the-scenes production of the podcast, touching upon the top takeaways and lessons learned with Season 1 guests from AWS, Microsoft, Deloitte, Observable, and much more.

What can we learn from cloud-native development and how can we share that with developers, engineers, product owners, and product managers of the new world?

Sam Ramji interviews open source innovators who are shaping the future of open source data, open source software, data on Kubernetes, data in DevOps, data in AI, and much more.

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Zhamak Dehghani

Data Meshes: Big Data Architecture Becoming Distributed, Declarative and Domain Oriented with Zhamak Dehghani

With Guest: Zhamak Dehghani, Director of Emerging Technologies at ThoughtWorks North America

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Lachlan Evenson

Data on Kubernetes: Platform, Resource, and Echo system tooling with Microsoft Azure’s Lachlan Evenson

With Guest: Lachlan Evenson, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft Azure

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Kelsey Hightower

Data, Kubernetes, and Our Best Selves with Google’s Kelsey Hightower

With Guest: Kelsey Hightower, Principal Engineer at Google Cloud Platform

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Rachel Chalmers

Culture and Cognition in DevOps with Alchemist Accelerator’s Rachel Chalmers

With Guest: Rachel Chalmers, Partner at Alchemist Accelerator

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Sam Ramji is Chief Strategy Officer at DataStax. Sam led Kubernetes and DevOps product management for Google Cloud, founded the Cloud Foundry foundation, has helped build two multi-billion dollar markets (API Management at Apigee and Enterprise Service Bus at BEA Systems) and redefined Microsoft’s open source and Linux strategy from “extinguish” to “embrace”. He is nerdy about open source, platform economics, middleware, and cloud computing with an emphasis on developer experience and enterprise software.