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Best Brian Metz podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Brian Metz podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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We're just two gay guys navigating the cosmic space of life. We discuss LGBTQ+, spirituality, and general nonsense
 
I am Chris Hardwick. This podcast used to be called Nerdist. Now it is not. It is still basically just me talking about stuff and things with my two nerdy friends Jonah Ray and Matt Mira when they’re available, and usually someone more famous and smarter than all of us. Swearing is still fun, so we still do that occasionally. I hope you like this new iteration which is the same as before, but if a name hangs you up unhealthily I’m sure you will not hesitate to unfurl your rage not only in th ...
 
A weekly podcast on deploying and managing enterprise storage and data
 
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This is the second of our predictions shows for 2020 that anticipates what we can expect in enterprise storage for the year ahead. This episode covers solutions and vendors. We open with a discussion on cloud-native storage, which saw a lot of traction in 2019. Will the future be one of these companies or as Chris says, should we just rely on VMwar…
 
Tom Payne (The Walking Dead) chats with Chris about having a crazy beard and hair for The Walking Dead, what it's like working on a show for such a long time and how he got into acting. They also talk about his show Prodigal Son, what intrigued Tom about the story and how he makes sure to stay content and happy with his life!…
 
This week Chris and Martin are joined by Chris Mellor for what is turning into an annual look at storage technology for the year ahead. We should point out that this is only for enterprise storage and not a forecast on the world in general! We start with a discussion on media. At the macro level, capacities continue to grow for SSDs and HDDs year o…
 
Michelle Monaghan (Mission Impossible, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Messiah on Netflix) chats with Chris about how both their houses might be haunted, Michelle talks about how she met her husband and Chris talks about his recent trip to Hawaii. They also talk about how they both love Nashville, their dreams to own farm animals and Michelle’s new show Messi…
 
Leanne and Steve Ford (Restored by the Fords on HGTV) chats with Chris about how they find it so important to keep the character of the house when they are renovating, how they started renovating houses together and how many houses they work on at the same time. Leanne also talks about working on the show while pregnant, they talk about having fun …
 
In the first podcast episode of 2020, Chris meets with Jonathan Martin, CMO at Hitachi Vantara to reflect on experiences at Hitachi NEXT 2019. This episode was recorded live onsite at the event in October 2019. Hitachi Vantara and Hitachi Consulting are planned to merge in 2020 (press release). This is another step in the evolution towards making H…
 
In this final, final show for 2019, Martin and Chris review both the year and decade just passed. How did predictions work for 2019? What technology has come and gone over the decade and what can we expect in the next 10 years? Downloads have increased exponentially again over the year. Thank you to everyone who continues to download and listen to …
 
Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville) and Chris Sullivan (This It Us) chat with Chris about movies they love, their thoughts on long movies and the new podcast they started together called In Love. They then talk about how they came up with the idea for their podcast, how loving yourself is so important and they open up about mental health.…
 
This episode was recorded live at the Datrium offices in Silicon Valley. Chris chats to fellow Brit Simon Long about the announcement of DRaaS Connect and Instant RTO. Both are new features/products in the data mobility and DR space and complement Datrium’s existing storage and virtualisation offerings. Enterprises traditionally implement DR failov…
 
Vince Gilligan returns to the podcast! He and Chris reminisce about Talking Bad, Vince talks about coming up with the plot for El Camino and how hard writing can be at times. He also talks about his early years as a writer, how the character of Walter White changed throughout the seasons of Breaking Bad and how fortunate he feels to have created su…
 
This week Martin and Chris catch up again with Hal Woods, CTO at Datera. In this sponsored episode, we look in detail at the Datera Data Services Platform and how it differs from traditional storage. DSP is a software-defined solution, which is purchased either as a software licence or in conjunction with partners. Software-defined storage has been…
 
Karen Gillan (Doctor Who, Guardians of the Galaxy, Jumanji) chats with Chris about her hectic traveling schedule, her interesting career trajectory and she talks about fun times on set of Jumanji. Karen also talks about making her own films, she educates Chris on local British Pantomines and she discusses all her upcoming projects, including Jumanj…
 
This episode was recorded live at Pure Storage offices in Silicon Valley. Chris talks to Pete Kirkpatrick, Chief Hardware Architect at Pure Storage about the FlashArray//C platform. FlashArray//C is a new solution announced at Pure Accelerate 2019 that offers a lower-cost all-flash solution for less latency-sensitive workloads. FlashArray//C uses Q…
 
Dax Shepard returns to the podcast for a third time and chats with Chris about Disney auctions, why people love things like Disneyland so much and they get super philosophical. Dax also talks about how different his kids are from each other, his podcast Armchair Expert and what shows they are into right now!…
 
This week Chris and Martin talk to Eran Brown, EMEA CTO at Infinidat about the challenges of ransomware and expediting fast recovery. Ransomware is a big challenge for IT organisations as hackers attempt to extort money from a range of businesses that include everything from large enterprises to healthcare organisations. However, is the traditional…
 
Kristen Bell (The Good Place, Veronica Mars, Frozen) chats with Chris about her love for holiday decorating, she talks about recent pranks her kids have played on her and why she’s so excited about Dax’s podcast. Kristen also talks about how she and Dax parent their kids, how she felt about ending The Good Place and her exceptional gift giving skil…
 
In this podcast episode, we continue the discussions from Hitachi NEXT 2019. Chris talks to Scott Baker, Senior Director, Emerging Business and Data Intelligence at Hitachi Vantara. Scott covers the HCP object storage platform and has responsibility for data protection solutions. This conversation looks at updates to the Hitachi HCP portfolio and a…
 
Ana Gasteyer (SNL) returns to the podcast! They chat about how they love watching movies on planes, Ana talks about her parenting method and how her kids love to be weird and silly. She also talks about how she quit cigarettes, her process for writing funny song parodies and her upcoming Sugar & Booze tour!…
 
This week, Chris and Martin reflect on changes in the storage industry and the ways in which vendors can make money from storage hardware and software. It’s been a tough time for storage vendors of late and the discussion starts by looking at the challenges of making money in a market where components are commodity and decline in price each month. …
 
This week Chris records a live podcast episode with Niraj Tolia, co-founder and CEO at Kasten Inc. As a follow-up to online discussions that dive into how container storage should be presented to Kubernetes (and other container) environments, this episode reviews some of Chris’ thoughts and Niraj’s opinions on the market as to how persistent […] Th…
 
Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead, The Boondock Saints) chats with Chris about how younger they seemed when The Walking Dead first started, how the show and characters have evolved over time and recovering from his accident of being hit by a truck. Norman also talks about what he thinks is important in life, dealing with unruly people online and how …
 
David Boreanaz (Angel, Buffy, SEAL Team) chats with Chris about redoing his house, how he keeps things to pass down to his children and they reminisce about malls in the 1970s. David then talks about his time working on Bones and Angel, prepping for his role on SEAL Team and growing up in Buffalo, NY!…
 
This episode was recorded live (as you can tell from the background noise) at Commvault GO, held in October 2019. Chris talks to Glenn Dekhayser, Field CTO at Red8 about his reflections on the announcements from the event. The biggest news from the show was arguably the release of Metallic, a SaaS data protection offering […] The post #128 – Reflec…
 
This is the third in a series of podcasts recorded earlier this year at Hitachi NEXT 2019 in Las Vegas. This episode is a discussion on updates to the Hitachi Vantara UCP CI & HCI solutions portfolio with Chris Gugger (Director, Infrastructure Marketing) and Ed Reidenbach (Senior Director, Product Management). Hitachi produces two updates a […] The…
 
Lake Bell (In A World, Children's Hospital, Bless This Mess) chats with Chris about her love of design, they discuss how hard it is to direct yourself in a movie and going to England to study drama. Lake also talks about how different the auditioning process is in England and America, balancing work and family and her show Bless This Mess!…
 
Linda Hamilton (Terminator) talks to Chris about being recognized in public, studying theater when she was younger and developing the character of Sarah Connor. Linda also talks about how she relaxes after working on a movie, moving to New Orleans and she tells stories from the set of Terminator: Dark Fate!…
 
This week, Chris and Martin talk to Datera CTO, Hal Woods about the state of the software-defined storage (SDS) market. SDS emerged around ten years ago as a solution to overcome the expense of buying storage appliances. With cheap hardware, IT organisations could simply buy software or use one of many open-source solutions. Has SDS […] The post #1…
 
Edward Norton (Fight Club, American History X) chats with Chris about choosing the music for his new movie Motherless Brooklyn, they talk about character development in movies and where the idea for Motherless Brooklyn came from. Edward also talks about his grandfather’s business helping provide affordable housing and he talks about his iconic movi…
 
This is the second recording from the Hitachi NEXT 2019 conference held in Las Vegas in October 2019. In a previous episode we looked at the new VSP 5000 platform. In this discussion, Chris talks to Stan Stevens, Director of Infrastructure Software Product Marketing, about Ops Center, the new platform for Hitachi storage management. Ops […] The pos…
 
Willem Dafoe and Chris talk about the first time he was on the podcast, the making of The Lighthouse and the uniqueness of the story and characters. Willem also talks about his appreciation for yoga, working in the theater and with the Wooster Group and living in Italy!
 
This episode was recorded “live” at Commvault GO in Aurora, Colorado, close to Denver airport. Chris Evans and Chris Mellor discuss the announcement of Metallic, a new SaaS data protection solution from Commvault targeted at mid-market customers. Metallic has been advertised as a Commvault “venture”, establishing a separate brand and website for th…
 
Matthew Modine (Full Metal Jacket, Dark Knight Rises, Stranger Things) talks with Chris about promoting projects, his interesting family history and he talks about teaching acting, Chris also talks about his love for Vision Quest, Matthew talks about working with Stanley Kubrick on Full Metal Jacket and he talks about his new movie Miss Virginia, i…
 
This is the first of a series of podcast episodes recorded at Hitachi NEXT 2019 in Las Vegas. Hitachi announced the next generation of VSP storage arrays, the VSP 5000 at the show. The new platform provides greater performance and capacity than previous systems at lower latency. Chris meets with Colin Gallagher (VP Product Marketing […] The post #1…
 
CM Punk returns to the podcast! He chats with Chris about living in Chicago, how he maintains being so athletic and his extensive fighting career. They also talk about how he balances work and personal life, things they both love to collect and his new movie Girl on the Third Floor!
 
Jimmy Eat World chats with Chris about growing up in Arizona, the early days of their band and how their lives changed when they started getting successful. They also talk about being on tour, what they each do to keep sane and their new album Surviving!
 
This week, Chris and Martin discuss the management of edge computing and storage infrastructure with Phil White, CTO at Scale Computing. Edge Computing isn’t new and there are plenty of examples of platforms and systems that have been running compute at the edge for many years. Just think of technologies like ATMs that can run […] The post #122 – M…
 
Brian Henson returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about the history of the Henson studios, all the amazing props and creatures that are around the lot and how Farscape is still so popular today. They also talk about how adults continue to love the Henson puppets just like they did as kids, the difference between CG and puppets and the Farscape…
 
This podcast episode continues the discussion with Dr J Metz and focuses on the detail of NVMe 1.4 and NVMe over Fabrics 1.1. Both standards are complete and have been published in the last few months. The conversation today digs deeper into what the new standards offer and specifically how NVMe/TCP becomes “officially” part of […] The post #121 – …
 
Joaquin Phoenix chats with Chris about preparing for his role in Joker, what it was like playing such an emotional character and working with director Todd Phillips. They also talk about how angry spoilers make people, Joaquin talks about the one time he played video games and how he navigates his personal and professional life!…
 
This week Chris and Martin talk to J Metz, R&D Engineer in Cisco Systems’ Advanced Storage division. This is a two-parter – the second episode will be published on Monday 30th September 2019. The NVMe 1.4 specification has recently been published and is in the final 45-day ratification process. This discussion provides some background on […] The po…
 
Sean Penn and Chris chat about how hectic promotional schedules are, the time he lost everything he owned in a fire and what inspired Sean to start writing. They also talk about Sean’s extensive charity work, creating the character of Bob Honey in his books and his iconic roles over the years!
 
This week, Chris and Martin catch up with some of the storage hardware on show at Flash Memory Summit 2019. FMS is essentially a trade show and so there are lots of technologies on display that haven’t quite made it to the enterprise. Technology vendors are selling to other vendors and this year there were […] The post #119 – Storage Hardware is Ba…
 
Rob Zombie and Sheri Moon Zombie are on the podcast! They talk about how it has been 20 years since House of 1000 Corpses, how their lives have changed since then and the making of 3 From Hell. They also talk about working together, Sheri talks about growing up and getting into entertainment and they talk about what they are excited about doing nex…
 
This week, Chris is in Austin, Texas at Pure Accelerate 2019. Prior to the event, Chris catches up with Patrick Smith, Field CTO for EMEA for Pure. Patrick moved to Pure after being a customer. The initial discussion covers why flash as a platform offers better reliability and consistency than traditional disk based storage. At […] The post #118 – …
 
Andrea Savage is on the podcast again! She and Chris talk about all the nerdy stuff Chris likes and Andrea makes him explain some nerd stuff to him. Andrea also talks about starting her own podcast, Chris talks about staying at Hearst Castle and her TV show I’m Sorry, which now has the second season on Netflix!…
 
This week’s episode is the final recording from Flash Memory Summit 2019. Chris is joined by the team from NGD Systems for a discussion on Computational Storage. On this podcast are Scott Shadley, VP of Marketing, Nader Salessi, CEO and Ashok Savdharia who has the lovely title of “technologist”. Computational storage uses the processing power […] T…
 
Cedric Yarbrough (Reno 911, Speechless) chats with Chris about the time the Reno 911 cast did @midnight, the differences between stand up, sketch and improv and the Black Dynamite TV show. Cedric also talks about his love of developing his characters, his monthly show at The Groundlings and how Speechless showed the importance of representation for…
 
This week, Chris chats with Andy Watson, CTO at WekaIO in another episode recorded live at Flash Memory Summit 2019. With the recent acquisition of E8 Storage and Elastifile by hyper-scale cloud companies, is this move an attempt to plug the gap in existing cloud storage offerings? Andy provides his opinion on the two acquisitions […] The post #116…
 
Dr. Drew returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about how Loveline was the like an original podcast, how medicines have changed over the years and why Drew thinks people aren’t as happy as they used to be. Drew also wants to encourage people to go out and enjoy the world, they talk about Drew’s bout with cancer and what they are grateful for!…
 
This week, Chris catches up with Praveen Asthana from Exten Technologies in an episode recorded at Flash Memory Summit 2019. With NVMe and NVMe over Fabrics set to become the dominant technologies for public cloud and the enterprise, exactly how will the transition from current solutions occur? Praveen discusses the continuing need for centralised …
 
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