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Michael D. Elder
IBM Distinguished Engineer, IBM Cloud Private & Kubernetes @ IBM
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O'Reilly Velocity Nov 14
Get your free copy of Kubernetes in the Enterprise by , , -- Compliments of -- Gain an understanding of the history and architecture for Kubernetes
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Guang Ya Liu Nov 14
I will do a live demo for IBM Multicloud Manager at demo theater from 14:10 to 14:30 , welcome to join us!
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Guang Ya Liu Nov 13
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Michael D. Elder Nov 12
The first conference room I’ve seen with swings! Oslo
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Michael D. Elder Nov 8
Replying to @michellenoorali
Temples still need cupcakes and ~Diet Coke~ Coke Zero.
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Michael D. Elder Nov 7
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Jake Kitchener Nov 6
A little intro to scheduling.
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IBM Cloud Private Nov 6
💳 🇨🇦 Client Story: How Royal Bank of Canada adopted the IBM Cloud and accelerated app releases for faster delivery of new functions to customers. @rb@rbcanking
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Michael D. Elder Nov 7
Had a fun time at talking about containers and VMs working together to solve real problems. I’ll get slides posted soon. In the meantime, I loved the IBM booth with inspired design! Omg forward to his talk at !
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Shikha Srivastava Nov 4
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Michael D. Elder Nov 5
Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it!
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Michael Dawson Oct 30
I'm lucky to be one of the people that IBM supports as part of its contribution to open source which makes my current level of involvement in possible.
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Nick O'Leary Oct 30
Dave and I started as a side project at IBM. The choice to develop as OSS was easily made with proper due diligence and little resistance. The contribution to was because IBM understands OSS isn’t just about code. And now my side project is my day job.
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Michael D. Elder Oct 30
Slides for “An architect’s guide to leveraging your incumbency” from are available here - It was a fun talk to prepare with who delivered it at the conference!
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mkaduchka Oct 29
Sounds like a really good idea
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Michael D. Elder Oct 30
And let’s not forget how IBM defended Linux against SCO’s baseless claims. This case could have easily upended Linux and the larger open source movement. .
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Stephen Shankland Oct 29
Replying to @ghaff @monkchips
Flashing back to stories like this one.
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@MonkiGras Hustling Oct 29
we probably shouldn't forget that IBM has arguably done more than any company on the planet to make open source an enterprise play. it paved the way for all of us.
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Josh Simmons 🚀 Oct 28
I'm not making any judgments on the acquisition of Red Hat by IBM -- it seems silly to do so early. But I /am/ judging a ton of journalists who clearly don't know what open source is 🙄
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