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Podioracket Presents - Glimpses is a collection of fiction to accompany already established novels from Podiobooks.com authors. These all new short stories by Podiobooks.com authors are written in their own universes and offer a great way to sample these writers, get a taste of their full-length novels, or for you to enjoy short stories from authors you already love.
 
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Every year, on the third Tuesday of September, we celebrate IT Pro Day – a day set aside to recognize all tech pros and the work they do. For some obvious reasons, this year we ran a survey to find out how IT folks are holding up. The answers we got back were by turns insightful, funny, and touching. In this episode of SolarWinds® TechPod, Head Gee…
 
Welcome to Episode 31.Live from the Strategium,In this episode, we talk about the Elite section for your Space Marines. This is all about the elite choices that everyone can take and how we rate them. We skip Dreadnoughts as we will be doing that in another episode.How do you rate your Elites?If you have any questions about anything we have mention…
 
For campus IT, “back to school” holds an entirely different meaning for the Fall 2020 semester. On this episode of SolarWinds® TechPod™, Head Geek™ Liz Beavers is joined by Jenny Reeves, operations program manager for a K-12 school in Atlanta. They’ll recount the Spring journey as schools pivoted mid-semester to virtual classrooms, applying lessons…
 
Donnie Campbell ran all 282 of Scotland's 'Munro' mountains in a new record time of less than 32 days, from 1st August to 2nd September 2020 cycling and kayaking between. Here, for the first time, he tells the full story of his amazing August adventure. Donnie's Facebook Instagram Twitter Strava JustGiving page for British Red Cross Get Active Runn…
 
The world of self supported, ultra distance cycle racing can seem a strange sub culture. Emily Chappell has captured the essence of being one of these sleep deprived, exhausted riders in her book Where there’s a Will. She came to this odd type of racing after being a cycle courier in London, an experience captured in her first book What Goes Around…
 
So this episode was meant to be released last week, but ended up being delayed. SorryIn this episode we are glad to announce that we are getting back to recording regularly. This is an hobby episode, just talking about what we have been up to and our plans going forward. We talk about Keith going back on the 30k Channel, games between us. Also we h…
 
Security operations and IT operations have a lot of differences, but more similarities than you may think, especially as their worlds are merging more quickly than ever before. This presentation will delve into research driven by in-depth conversations with professionals from both groups, examining some of the biggest challenges they see separately…
 
VMware’s Chris Wolf is in a new role as VP of Advance Technology Group in the Office of the CTO. Chris’ team is responsible for taking VMware’s graduated innovation to customers to realize value. Keith sits down with Chris to get an idea of the projects that VMware has graduated and how they reach production with customer events, including how VMwa…
 
The Highway Code is changing and we all have the chance to influence those changes. If you ever ride a bike (or for that matter drive or walk down a street) it is worth having your say. Duncan Dollimore, the Head of Advocacy and Campaigns at Cycling UK, explains what’s proposed, where the controversy lies, and how you can influence the new highway …
 
Edge + Cloud = Data Center? That’s the equation that Mark Thiele, CEO and Founder of Edgevana presents in the latest podcast episode. We’ve had Mark on when he was in the co-lo business and again as part of edge computing panel we had a few weeks ago. Mark hinted to his new business. His premise is that data center capacity needs will grow as a res…
 
Rob Hirschfeld and Stephen Spector announce the launch of a new community/event called Cloud 2030. This concept is based on the past Cloud 2020 event held at Switch in 2010 focused on the future of cloud. In addition to being a global community of cloud operators this will operate as en event without a fixed schedule. Come join at https://cloud2030…
 
Joining us this week is Sarbjeet Johal, Cloud Consultant and Tyler Johnson, CTO of PrivOps.Twitter Links:Sabjeet Johal -> https://twitter.com/sarbjeetjohal Tyler Johnson -> https://twitter.com/Tyler_J_JThis podcast follows from a Twitter discussion found at https://twitter.com/sarbjeetjohal/status/1283650907570225153.…
 
This is for anyone who thinks swimming is boring. Ice swimmer Jade Perry talks us through her more unusual swims; glacial lakes, jungle reservoirs, the world ice swimming championships in Russia, and how she became the first person to swim between East and West Falkland Islands with no wetsuit. Instagram Jade's sponsor, Mackie's ice cream If you en…
 
Joining us this week is James Urquhart, Executive Technical Advisor, VMwareJames offers additional thoughts to his recent post "Edge Computing and Flow Evolution" on InfoQ. (https://www.infoq.com/articles/edge-flow-evolution/)James book can be pre-ordered at https://www.amazon.com/Flow-Architectures-Streaming-Event-Driven-Integration/dp/1492075892…
 
In 1993 Trevor Potts was part of an expedition to recreate Shackleton's audacious voyage from Elephant Island, off the Antarctic peninsula, to South Georgia. Trevor now alternates his time between life of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula in Scotland and lecturing on Antarctic cruise ships about Shackleton and other explorers. I spoke to Trevor in 2012 fo…
 
What do IT managers and managed service providers (MSPs) have in common? They both manage a sea of desktop devices. Join the SolarWinds MSP™ Head Nerds while they discuss the challenges and successes of deploying, managing and securing the multitude of desktop devices in various environments. This episode of SolarWinds TechPod is brought to you by …
 
Keith Townsend assembled a panel of experts to define and discuss Edge Computing. The conversation ranges between what is the edge to who is the customer for edge. Show Notes Panel CEO RackN - Rob Hirschfeld - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rhirschfeld/ SVP Appgate - Tina Gravel - https://www.linkedin.com/in/tinagravel/ VP Clarify360 -Jo Peterson - ht…
 
In our latest episode we talk about Flight of the Eisenstein. This book cause some issue on the cast as some of us didn't think it was a good book. After our reread of the book some of us had a change of heart. What do you guy think of this book.If you have any questions about anything we have mentioned in this series please get in contact via All …
 
Once you have run an ultra-marathon on each of the seven continents you join an elite running group with only five members. One of them in Dr Andrew Murray from Edinburgh. We talk about that achievement in this podcast, along with running in Mongolia, working for the NHS during C19 and the future for all of us living in a Covid world. Plus the not …
 
Chris Pountney set out to circumnavigate the planet by bicycle and boat, avoiding all motorised vehicles and aircraft. When he was forced into a car on a border crossing, he started the circumnavigation again, eventually going around twice. Along the way he was joined by Dea Jacobson and they both join me for this podcast. Chris has written two exc…
 
Dr Max Holloway worked with the British Antarctic Survey on climate change research and in this podcast we talk about the adventure of traveling to and working in a place so few of us will visit. Max is an accomplished wild swimmer and, last winter, was invited to train the world renowned swimmer Lewis Pugh in the cold waters off the Outer Hebrides…
 
We’ve heard from some amazing athletes in the course of this podcast, but today we hear from two 'normal' cyclists, Martina Doherty and Nigel Birdsall who call themselves The LifeCyclers. They were not aiming to break speed records yet they completed an amazing ride. Their route took them through Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, India, Myanmar, South E…
 
For many people, February 2020 marked the point when everything changed: When schools, stores, religious institutions, and businesses began to shutter their physical locations and we all began grappling with ways to turn our homes into multi-purpose office, gym, schoolhouse, and pet centers. But that was then, and the challenge businesses now face …
 
Joining us for this week's podcast is Jay Vyas, Member of Technical Staff at VMware and Chris Love, Principle Engineer with LionKube.DISCOUNT CODE: podL8istSh9y20 for 40% discount (good for all our products in all formats)Jay and Chris have just published a new book, Core Kubernetes available at https://www.manning.com/books/core-kubernetes.About t…
 
Cameron McNeish describes himself as 'Mountain bum, cycle tourer and campervan man', in his Twitter profile. He is the best known hill walker in Scotland, possibly Britain, who has written for and edited many magazines including TGO-The Great Outdoors. He has made numerous television programmes, mainly about outdoor activities. His autobiography Th…
 
Recently, we selected QTS as a data center provider for the CTO Advisor Hybrid Infrastructure. We ran into a practical challenge of choosing a data center from the overwhelming number of options. Selecting a new data center CoLo isn’t an everyday activity Architects and CTO’s undertake. The obvious question is, where do you start? How do you identi…
 
Joining us this week is Gideon Rottem, CEO and Founder of Deeyook.About DeeyookDeeyook seeks to redefine location technology through its patented, wireless-based firmware solution. The firmware can be installed in any WIFI/4G/5G radio access technology and it works by measuring angles of wireless transmissions, a first of its kind in the world of w…
 
Episode 28- Collections or Lists.This weeks episode we are talking about which one is better and what we actually do. Do you build a Collection, anything that you like and then fit it into a list.Or, Write a list and build to that list, maybe make changes down the line.We would love to hear your views on this.We are now on Spotify, Soundcloud and i…
 
Sean McFarlane was a lawyer but quit to became a full time athlete and that’s one of the adventures we explore in this podcast. Sean talks about the business of working with sponsors, magazines, other companies, plus devising a trans-scotland challenge that sounds utterly epic. Sean's Website Instagram If you enjoy this podcast, please support the …
 
Calum is more than a swimmer, he’s an outdoor enthusiast, and a good one too. He completed the grueling Celtman extreme triathlon and last year set out to swim and walk across Scotland unsupported, towing all his kit. He has presenter three series of excellent programmes about wild swimming in Scotland for BBC Alba, and we talk about all of this in…
 
The name Jonas Deichmann might not be too familiar to English speaking adventurers, but in three years he set three huge long-distance transcontinental unsupported cycling records. 2017 14,000km Eurasia 64days (Portugal to Vladivostok) 2018 23,112km Pan-American solo 97 days (cutting a month off previous record) 2019 18,000km North Cape, Norway, to…
 
Welcome to the first Skype Episode, This week we just do a catch up on how we have all been doing during lock down and if I'm honest to see if we can get this to work. We talk about some game we had before lock down and what we have been painting, also some random stuff that we have found interesting in the world.We are now on Spotify, Soundcloud a…
 
Justine Curgenven is a highly accomplished expedition sea kayaker. She helped to keep safe Sarah Outen, the round-the-world adventurer, when the pair became the first people to kayak the Aleutian Islands, the chain which stretches from Alaska into the Pacific Ocean. This interview is a companion piece to Podcast 21 with Sarah Outen. However, it goe…
 
Sarah Outen circumnavigated the northern hemisphere using only human power. Well, almost. She traveled by bike, rowing boat and kayak and this is the first of two podcasts about that journey. The second podcast is an interview with Justine Curgenven, who was Sarah’s companion on a massive sea kayaking stretch of the journey along the chain of Aleut…
 
The SolarWinds® IT Trends Report 2020 explores the evolving role of technology in business and the tech pros in charge of driving business performance. This year shows there’s less focus on emerging technologies like AI and edge and more focus on cloud computing, hybrid IT, and security. Tech pros also report increased responsibilities but decrease…
 
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