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#HPHelion #Cloud Coffee Talk with Independent Blogger Community at #HPDiscover - Discussion in this thread
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Tim Crawford Have a who's-who of #cloud and #openstack happening right now in the room!
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Jeff Frick > Did you invite Linda Richman ?
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John Furrier vip bloggers & influencers are "on the ground" in barcelona getting the signal and connecting the dots #awesome @hphelioncloud
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HP Helion Cloud @JeffFrick I resemble that "remark"
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HP Helion Cloud #HPHelion leaders @interrante @e_monty and Tom Norton talking with blogger community
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John Furrier Those are the top guys in the room. Awesome assembly of #openstack star power
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Tim Crawford Reality is that there is work to get from HP #OpenStack Community Edition to Enterprise Edition.
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Tim Crawford HP seeing that customer starting w/ a specific workload even if they've been working w/ #cloud for a while.
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Tim Crawford To be fair: Community Edition is still very new.
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HP Helion Cloud @tcrawford Correct, it is 5 months old and is refreshed regularly to stay near code tree
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Ernesto Pellegrino Great start for Enterprises to get their hands dirty and get an understanding of technology
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Tim Crawford The Enterprise Edition is intended to include upgrade ability for #OpenStack. #cloud
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John Furrier Upgrades *should* be easy. Yes, it takes a lot of work to make that happen, but that's why you pay for software instead of rolling your own. via @jpwarren
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Tim Crawford #cloud team making a big push of #devops yet the #TS team was moving away from it. #contradition?
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HP Helion Cloud The change to #cloud is a complete transformation. not a simple app or hardware change @e_monty
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John Furrier Ask "What is holding up production deployments by large enterprises?" What are the hurdles?
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Tim Crawford There are a LOT of dots between talking @ #devops and IT transformation.
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John Furrier I'm utterly sick of the "turn your enterprise into Google" argument. Most enterprises are emphatically not Google, nor should they be. says @jpwarren
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HP Helion Cloud @furrier Will do, discussion is focusing on how enterprises are trying to figure everything out.
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Tim Crawford @furrier AGREE! Let's STOP using web-scale as THE model for all enterprises.
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Tim Crawford @furrier I'm trying to interject a bit of reality into the conversation. #NotMotherhoodApplePie
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HP Helion Cloud @tcrawford All comments are welcome in this room. Even food related items as we are closing in on lunch
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Chris M Evans Imagine your bank account online statements had the consistency of a Facebook news stream.
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John Furrier @chrismevans most developers don't have the skills to do 100% asychronous apps and the infrastructure needs to be elastic and autoscaling etc
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Chris M Evans I never wrote anything in C. Mainframe assembler, definitely.
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HP Helion Cloud @chrismevans Old school C in the room including PL/1 but never COBOL
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Chris M Evans Actually, that's not true. I wrote stuff in C about 30 years ago. :-)
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John @chrismevans Complete with an "I don't want to see this vegetable" button?
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Chris M Evans I did COBOL too. I was never a hardcore programmer though (sorry, I should now say developer, we're no longer programmers).
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John @chrismevans I knew it when it was still 'c'.
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John Furrier @chrismevans If you're over 40 you write code in Java :-) under 30 it's node
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HP Helion Cloud @chrismevans COBOL programmers today are in huge demand, lots of $$ to be old school
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Chris M Evans @mrtugs How about a "like" button on my bank statement to like a money deposit?
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Tim Crawford In the past, applications didn’t know anything about the infrastructure. Today, that is different. #cloud
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Justin Warren All the cool kids code in Python.
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HP Helion Cloud @furrier @chrismevans Java - that is too new for me
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Ernesto Pellegrino @mrtugs What is C? :)
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Chris M Evans @furrier Ha Java! I wouldn't lower myself to write in Java.
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Chris M Evans @vmugonline The successor to B.
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Ernesto Pellegrino @tcrawford On the money. Still in its infancy New age companies get it however traditional enterprises need to change
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Tim Crawford Covering the importance that governance plays in automation & orchestration.
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Chris M Evans Agility without control = chaos. Yes. PROCESS MATTERS.
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Justin Warren Having to change everything to get value isn't appealing to enterprises. Incremental change over time preferred.
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Chris M Evans Oops sorry, for shouting.
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Ernesto Pellegrino @jpwarren This is definately a long term investment from HP
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Tim Crawford IT orgs will evolve to better support business units over time. #cloud #CIO
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Tim Crawford HP Helion is both a product and services.#cloud
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Justin Warren You're going to need the HP Helion services group to teach you how to do this well.
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Justin Warren Or some other consulting capability.
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Tim Crawford MyPOV: There are still silos across the services orgs that need to integrate more clearly.
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Tim Crawford It's good to hear that customers ARE seeing integration between the services orgs.
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Tim Crawford MyPOV: this #CoffeeTalk is very engaging and high-energy. #cloud
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John "Enterprise needs to get its head out of its ... uh, the mindset that..." ;-)
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HP Helion Cloud @tcrawford Thanks, the #HPHelion team leaders are here in force and questions are fantastic
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John To be fair, IE's problem was never the release schedule, IYSWIM.
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Tim Crawford I think someone just added a bit of kerosene to the fire. :)
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Justin Warren There's a bunch of "Facebook is awesome" fanboi stuff here.
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HP Helion Cloud @tcrawford You got @e_monty going and he has a viewpoint that he feels strongly about
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John Seconds out, round 2!
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Justin Warren If Facebook is down for 30 minutes, whatever. If core banking is down for 30 minutes, it's a much bigger deal.
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Tim Crawford My fear is that the polarized thinking could alienate many traditional IT orgs.
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John @jpwarren You'd think that, yet according to the Twittersphere, FB outage is a much more serious event.
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HP Helion Cloud @jpwarren True,but banks don't have national news cover it when they go down
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John Sadly that doesn't say much as to our expectations for banking uptime, does it?
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Justin Warren Popular != Important.
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Tim Crawford I like the idealistic thinking...but we need to keep it in check with the reality today.
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Justin Warren Facebook can lose a few posts. Banks can't lose transactions.
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John @jpwarren Realist. Tsk.
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John Good group of people here for this Coffee Talk. Enjoying the energetic discussion on both sides.
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Justin Warren @mrtugs I don't have VCs paying me $$$ to reimplement 30 year old concepts. ;)
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Tim Crawford Bottom line: HP's Helion #cloud strategy relies on the success of #OpenStack.
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Tim Crawford Arguably, HP Helion also relies on the success of the #OpenStack #cloud ecosystem.
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John "That's going to be announced next week." Oops ;-) *laughs* Good reaction.
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HP Helion Cloud @mrtugs It's one of those well known secrets that was out of the bag a few weeks back. Still fun
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Justin Warren Apparently Thou Shalt Call The Thing The HP Helion Development Platform, And Thou Shalt Not Call It Anything Else.
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Tim Crawford Docker and Kubernetes entering into the Helion #cloud conversation.
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Tim Crawford #OpenStack has 2,000 developers contributing to the effort. #cloud
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Tim Crawford Scale: Spin up/ down 10k-20k VMs a day. #openstack #cloud
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Tim Crawford Amazing: 5 root admins that support the effort. Only 5! #openstack #cloud #automation
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Justin Warren Comparing development of OpenStack with Linux. Everything old is new again.
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Tim Crawford Glad to see agreement that Linux and #OpenStack should not be compared. #cloud
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