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Krishnan Subramanian
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Director, OpenShift Strategy, Red Hat, Founder, Rishidot Research and Editor, CloudAve.com
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    Founder, 2012 - 2013
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Not the aaS in PaaS
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A failure to transform IT could subject the business to disruption as we are seeing in many verticals today.
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The panel I did last week with +Alex Williams Gavin McMurdo and Lekha Bhargavi 
The recording is from an April 16, 2015 panel in Seattle, Containers and Continuous Delivery for the Enterprise, moderated by The New Stack founder Alex Williams. The panel occurred at IC3, a training conference for IT executives and their staff who are looking to change their organizations through DevOps. For more episodes, check out the …
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When I talk to IT executives at various conferences, one question I always encounter is whether they should go with IaaS+ or PaaS. There is no straightforward answer to this question. Both IaaS+ and PaaS aim to give developers an easy interface to deploy their applications. In fact, some webscale companies may need an IaaS+ …
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These aren’t your typical, digitally fabricated pizzas and burritos, but living foods that are 3D-printed and naturally mature into delicious edibles through fermentation and photosynthesis. The idea of 3D-printed food doesn’t typically conjure up images of healthy, wholesome food; rather, we are more likely to think of pizzas, burritos and chocolate. But can this technology, which …
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Whether you want to identify an interesting field for research or an area to innovate, Knowledge Graph can come handy
Learning often works through associations. In this article we demonstrate how one can enhance one's knowledge through the use of network graphs, which provide a good over [...]
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When I talk to end users in my role as industry observer, I see confusion between container orchestration and PaaS. Some people seem to wrongly assume that the only thing PaaS does is orchestrate application containers. While PaaS takes care of container orchestration, it goes way beyond that to offer a developer interface similar to …
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Wav! What a suprb skillset ! The most needed for the day.You have the whole world in front of you!Best wishes from Narayanan
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I backed this project by +Phil Windley and got it over the weekend. Now my car is part of the #IoT bandwagon. Being an open platform and the fact that I own the data, I am really excited to see the potential usecases as the platform gets more popular.  
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Don't trust their website on home delivery. Every time we call they say they don't have man power for home delivery
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5 stars for history, architecture and photography
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Historical site and important from that point of view but encourages irrationality and blind belief which is not good for a modern society
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Pretty decent hotel but a bit too expensive for what you get.
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Good food but limited menu
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Great good. Don't worry about decor as if is in the mall food court
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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