How we could deal with changing situations
The current situation forces a lot of people, companies and other organizations to change their work processes, tools, collaboration models, and the mindset. Home-office and mostly virtual contacts not only affect the work situation, but also the mental conditions. I had the opportunity to talk to a mental and somatic coach who is dealing with all these aspects in her daily professional life:
Interview with data journalist Sebastian Vollnhals
The first time I encountered a password was when my four years older sister tried to prevent me from entering her secret play bunk. Upsettingly enough she didn’t give the password to me and I was locked out. As an adult however, I use passwords every day for many purposes: logging into accounts, retrieving my emails, accessing applications, databases, networks, websites, and also my subscriptions. Moreover, this is the case for every typical computer user.
An Interview with Chip Childers, who is the cofounder of the Cloud Foundry Foundation and has been its Chief Technology Officer since 2016, now he is the Executive Director of the Foundation. During his visit in Berlin, we had the opportunity to meet up with him and get insight into the organization. What are they up to and what is to come?
An Interview with SUSE CEO Melissa di Donato
In this interview, Melissa explains how her style of leadership matches perfectly with the vision of open source, the role of women in tech leadership and how fierce collaboration inspires SUSE and its customers.
Marco Görgmaier gives insights into the BMW Group’s cloud approach
The Cloud Report had the opportunity to talk with Marco Görgmaier, Head of DevOps Plat- form and Cloud Technologies at BMW Group, about cloud strategy, technology, implementation, and the future.
Birgit Hess is the Cloud Security Awareness Lead Europe at SAP. A very interesting title, but what does it entail and what can we learn from her? I had the opportunity to check in with Birgit Hess after her participation at the SAP data kitchen in Berlin and ask a few questions.
With the merger of Dentsply and Sirona in 2016, the company has become the world’s largest manufacturer of dental products and technologies in the field of dentistry and dental technology.
We discussed how Dentsply Sirona leveraged the opportunities of digital transformation in medical equipment.
At the SUSECON 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee, I got the possibility to talk with the former CEO of SUSE Nils Brauckman about open source, cloud tech- nology, possibilities and opportunities in the IT world.
Cloud computing creates great possibilities which need to be used wisely. Agiliy is one way to use them well. I spoke with Felix Evert, Head of Enterprise and agile Consulting at the Cloudical, about the opportunities an organization can realize taking the agile journey.
Dark Horse Innovation enables organizations to utilize the market potentials of the digital age. “We create user-centered products and services and transform structures, processes and minds to empower our clients to be more innovative.” Torben Lohmüller talked to me about the changes in the world of work and New Work.
“Our vision with the Hybrid Thinking Academy is to give people a more empowering professional training experience. We want them to complete the learning journey with new skills and the confidence to make their own decisions. We want to equip people to become problem solvers for a complex world – no more “copy paste”!”
Kim-Norman Sahm is Head of Cloud Technology and Chief Evangelist at Cloudical and an expert on OpenStack, Ceph and Kubernetes. As a typical Ops-Guy he is in Storage at home and has already implemented several Ceph projects.
Das in Berlin beheimatete Unternehmen bietet Managed Hosting an und bewegt sich damit auch in der „Cloud-Welt“. Für ihre Kunden machen sie alles, was sie anbieten, selbst und ihre Server stehen BSI-zertifiziert in Deutschland. Das war Grund genug für uns, sie kennenlernen zu wollen.
Cloudical ist unter anderem Herausgeber von The Cloud Report, sie ist aber viel mehr und macht viele andere Dinge im Cloud-Umfeld. Über das Wer und Was und Warum unterhielt ich mich mit den Gründern und CEOs der Cloudibility: Michael Dombek und Karsten Samaschke.