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The Doppler podcasts cover all things cloud while focusing on how to prepare the traditional enterprise to look beyond conventional computing. We talk about what’s new, what’s working, and have expert guests who provide the advice you need to be successful in the cloud. Read by over 10,000 IT leaders, The Doppler weekly email reports and quarterly print editions answer your critical cloud questions and keep you informed on the cloud trends that matter most. For more information please visit cloudtp.com/doppler
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Jan 28, 2016

Our guest on the podcast this week is Matthew Lodge, Chief Operating Officer at Weaveworks. We discuss how speed triumphs over size when competing as a disruptor, which is why microservices and containers are increasingly important to allow companies to keep up. A focus on small, dispersed teams changes the landscape of cloud computing. With many new companies entering the microservices market, we anticipate future trends for the next few years from mergers and acquisitions to IPOs.

Jan 28, 2016

Our guest on the podcast this week is Ofir Nachmani, Cloud Blogger and Speaker at IamOnDemand (IOD). We discuss convincing corporate America to embrace the cloud, especially through the continuous growth of the public cloud market. We are expected to see a 16.5% growth in 2016 to $204 billion, with the largest growing sector in Infrastructure as a Service. We also look at the recent accounting rule changes by the US government, which may threaten some of the benefits of migrating to the cloud.

Jan 22, 2016

Our guest on the podcast this week is John Treadway, SVP at Cloud Technology Partners. and head of CTP Labs. We discuss the fall of CloudStack and compare it to other open-source versus closed-source debates. We also look at the rapid growth of Amazon Web Services globally and we see how the public cloud battle is always won by those who can scale fastest.

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