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Host Alan Clark sits down with leaders and experts in the tech community in the OCTOpod: Conversations with SUSE's Office of the CTO (that's OCTO). Alan has spent his career in enterprise software with a focus on open source advocacy and emerging tech. He’s contributed in many ways – from code to chairs, from networking to cloud. He has served on the Open Infrastructure Foundation, the Linux Foundation, openSUSE, Open Mainframe project, and many more. He’s met lots of great people along the ...
 
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Sophie Dimelow is a Microsoft Cloud Consultant and Women in Tech advocate. She joined Kat and Peter this week to talk about her journey to speaking at events in the Microsoft community, becoming part of the team at the Microsoft Spotlight podcast, the Women in Tech LinkedIn group, and much much more!!…
 
Tim Hermie is a Microsoft Enterprise Mobility and Windows Insider MVP. He is a also a founding board member of the Microsoft Cloud and Client Management Community, and blogs at cloud-boy.be about all things Endpoint Manager, Windows, and EMS. He joined us in this episode to talk about... • Intune/Endpoint Manager, and managing things like serverles…
 
Allie Thompson is a Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft, working specifically with the IT Pro audience and the Office Apps and Services MVP Program, and joins Pete and Kat to talk about... • Humans of IT • MVP program and community • Inclusiveness in the community • Microsoft ignite • Broadway musicals Connect with Allie online: Twitter: https:/…
 
John Gruszczyk from the Microsoft Teams Security + Compliance team joins Pete and Ru this episode to deep dive into... • The the most relevant and important developments in security, compliance, and privacy for Microsoft Teams in the last year • Advanced security and compliance features such as customer key for regulatory obligations • Why some fea…
 
Russ Basiura joins Kat and Ru this episode to dive into... • The upcoming FREE Teams Day Online (https://teams10x.com), an event packed with speakers from both Microsoft and the community • The security arguments behind moving your services to the cloud • Getting started with Teams adoption in stone-age environments • Life outside IT and how Russ t…
 
Stephen L Rose is a Microsoft Teams Senior Product Marketing Manager, host of Inside Microsoft Teams, and all around mainstay of Microsoft for IT pros. He joins us in this episode to discuss his Inside Microsoft Teams show, improvements in Teams over time, challenges Microsoft has faced during his time there across a number of roles, remembering th…
 
In this episode of Cloud Conversations we are joined by Rene Modery, who is a 10 time Microsoft MVP, blogger and published author. In this interview, Kat and Peter talk with Rene about his MVP journey, his travels across Asia and Europe, and his new book which is co-authored by João Ferreira "Hands on Microsoft Lists". We also talk about Star Wards…
 
Welcome back to season one of The OCTOPod, where we are continuing our conversations about open source! Today, you’ll hear from Brent Schroeder about why IT leaders are choosing open source. As Global CTO, Brent is responsible for shaping SUSE’s technology and portfolio strategy in support of emerging use cases in areas such as Hybrid Cloud, IoT, a…
 
We're joined in this show by Nate Chamberlain, who is a 3 time Microsoft MVP, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and a multiple time published author. In this interview, Kat and Peter talk with Nate about his journey from SharePoint Consultant to full time trainer, his new free online collaboration course, his books (one co-written with Peter), and com…
 
Today, Alan Clark hands the reins over to special guest host, Katie Gamanji, Ecosystem Advocate for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Katie’s mission is to ensure that end users are successful while also bridging the gap between practitioners and projects within the ecosystem. With Linux and SUSE recently celebrating their 30-year and 2…
 
It's a new beginning for Cloud Conversations as we introduce Kat Greenan to the team as our new permanent co-host. Kat joined Ru and Pete as a guest back in Episode 7, and we could not be more delighted to welcome her to the show. In this episode we spend some time catching up, discussing what has caught our eye in the world of M365 and Azure in re…
 
We're joined in this show by Anna Chu, who previously led and launched the Microsoft Tech Community and recently started as a Community Program Manager for Power Automate and Virtual Agents. In a wide ranging interview, we talk about the Tech Community platform from concept to where it is now, Anna's move to the Power Automate engineering team, Ter…
 
Bloomberg has been fostering open solutions for the financial industry for quite some time, so it should come as no surprise that they also have been actively engaged in the open source community, with an eye toward promoting more rapid innovation across all aspects of the organization worldwide. Today, we're talking about open source for good with…
 
Cathy Moya is a Senior Program Manager for Customer Experience Programs, in particular Endpoint Manager / Intune / ConfigMgr / Windows. She joins us in this episode to discuss the 'open source' #WomenITPros, Altspace VR, and life in her role at Microsoft. Connect with Cathy online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/CxPCathy LinkedIn: https://www.linkedi…
 
There is a perception in the tech world that developer documentation is boring, and it can be a major challenge to get people to contribute to open source docs. Luckily, today’s guest, lifelong learner Anne Gentle, is always up for a challenge. Anne’s open source journey began by volunteering for organizations such as One Laptop per Child, and gett…
 
Paul Tozer is a Cloud Solutions Architect, specialising in Azure Virtual Desktop (formerly Windows Virtual Desktop), Windows 365, Microsoft 365, and Azure in general. An old friend of ours, he joins us in this episode to talk about all those things, as well as his IT career thus far, where he sees things going, and how he keeps busy outside of IT. …
 
The focus of today's discussion is the important conversation and project of diversity and inclusion in the open-source space. Joining us to share her expertise and experience on the topic is Amy Marrich from the CHAOSS Project and someone who has dedicated much time and energy to creating more accessible and comfortable spaces for a wider range of…
 
Azure McFarlane is a bioprocess engineer turned data scientist working in the pharmaceuticals industry that joins us in this episode to talk about all things Power Platform and tech career paths. She is based in Maryland in the US, and works with Power Automate to drive digital transformation within her organisation and the wider community. Connect…
 
Mentoring is part of many organizations and companies, but it can be a controversial practice. In today’s episode, we talk about the value of mentoring in the open source community. Our guests today are Rossella Sblendido, who directs the engineering department SUSE, and Sayali Lunkad, a software developer at SUSE and a self-proclaimed open-source …
 
Dennie Declercq is a Microsoft MVP and developer + CEO at DDSoft, a non-profit that connects the social sector with the IT sector. He's a strong ally for inclusion of people with disabilities in tech, whether visible or invisible, and joins us in this episode to talk about how to improve accessibility in tech, his career journey so far, the advance…
 
There are many potential benefits to adopting the open-source approach to building a start-up and here to discuss some of these and his experience in the field is SUSE's President of Engineering and Innovation, Sheng Liang. In our conversation, we get to share in some of Sheng's wisdom and business know-how, talking about pragmatic solutions to com…
 
Alan (Al) Eardley is a Modern Work and Security Technical Architect at Microsoft, joining us in this episode to discuss all sorts of Microsoft 365 goodness. He discusses his interesting journey into IT as a way to combine interests in technical and creative solutions; the GreyHatBeard podcast; running user groups for Security + Compliance and Power…
 
These days, open source has become pervasive across every aspect of our lives. From your refrigerator to your TV to your phone, almost everything you’re using incorporates some aspect of open source software. Today we welcome Chris Aniszczyk to the show. Chris is an open source technologist with a passion for building a better world through open co…
 
We're joined today by Chris Hoard MVP, a co-founder of Teams Nation - the fantastically successful online-only conference about all things Teams. We chat about the inception and growth of Teams Nation; Chris's role as an Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) Regional Lead as well as some recent changes to the program that are somewhat controversial; ho…
 
Trying to define what an open source community is might sound like a simple task, but it is a layered, nuanced collective with many moving parts. Today's guest, Thierry Carrez, has been in the open source community for years and is currently the VP of engineering at the Open Infrastructure Foundation. In this episode, Thierry sheds light on some of…
 
In this slobber knocker episode, we had the legendary Jimmy Vaughan with us. Jimmy is a former MVP who's now with Microsoft, focusing on Teams. He has a prolific career with some very interesting companies, including Crestron, and most exciting to us - the then WWF, now WWE. We caught up with Jimmy on how he entered WWE at a total boom period known…
 
Welcome to the OCTOpod! After a career spent in enterprise software, with a focus on open source advocacy and emerging tech, Alan Clark looks forward to sharing some top industry insights. With the help of some incredibly talented people in the community, season one will be all about open source. You can expect topics like managing a community, the…
 
Delighted to have Joy Apple join us for episode 15, in which we discuss her webinar series 'Joy of SharePoint', a history of SharePoint and Teams and how far they've come, how to handle moves to the cloud and which platforms/solutions to use and when, some discussion on good and bad Office 365 features, the Microsoft Tech Community, and career/work…
 
In this bumper episode of Cloud Conversations, we're joined by Microsoft 365 legend Steve Goodman MVP. We discuss how Steve came to specialise in it, his day job as well as running podcasts and work with Practical 365, a history of Office 365, and recent events of interest such as HAFNIUM. Connect with Steve online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ste…
 
Welcoming Paul Dredge to episode 13 of Cloud Conversations! Paul is a senior technical consultant, focusing on driving Microsoft Teams adoption. We catch up with him on how he started in IT and moved to focus on Microsoft Teams so extensively; competitive products such as Google Workspace and how they compare to it; the future of the intranet and S…
 
We're joined in this episode by Holly Lehman, a Program Manager for Microsoft Azure product improvement! Up for discussion in this show are a behind the scenes look at Microsoft program management and how the Azure team operates; making the leap from one industry or job type to another and overcoming obstacles; starting a podcast (Head in the Cloud…
 
In this episode, Thijs Lecomte joins Ru and Pete to talk about the book he's a technical editor for, Microsoft 365 Security for IT Pros; his work on Sentinel and when you should use it; the different approaches to automation in Azure/Microsoft 365, including Logic Apps, Power Automate, and Azure Automate; the Azure AD passwordless experience; and b…
 
Andy Malone joins us to talk about his long career as a Microsoft Certified Training and MVP and how things have changed in the past 15-20 years, founding his own company, travelling to conferences and meeting Microsoft celebrities including Bill Gates, his work as a fiction author, and the return of in-person conferences. Connect with Andy online:…
 
Laurie Pottmeyer joins us in this episode to discuss Microsoft Teams and the crazy growth it's had and how that effected the product roadmap and development challenges; the Microsoft Tech Community (MTC) and how Microsoft engage to get your feedback; and how Laurie got into the industry and is working with groups such as Women In Teams to help othe…
 
Jan Bakker joins us to talk about securing Microsoft 365 with things like Conditional Access, leveraging the Microsoft Graph API and Power Automate to manage your environment like code, making the leap to being an independent consultant and his own boss, and considering luck vs. destiny in his path to starting in IT. Jan's session on Azure MFA at W…
 
Kat Greenan joins us to talk about Microsoft Teams and Viva, which parts of those currently excel and which miss the mark, understanding Microsoft 365 licensing, women in technology, and, yes, Terminator 1 vs. Terminator 2. Connect with Kat online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/GreenanKat LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kat-greenan-ba212a18/ W…
 
Rudy Ooms joins us today to talk about securing Microsoft 365 environments and on-premises Active Directory; managing multi-tenant scenarios and the complexities involved; making the jump from hybrid Active Directory to exclusively Azure AD devices; and a bunch of conversation on movies and the Microsoft tech community. Rudy online! Twitter: https:…
 
Karoliina Kettukari joins us to talk about adoption to modern work, Microsoft Teams and its many layers including Viva, dealing with work from home fatigue, and conference speaking in a pandemic-locked-down world. Connect with Karoliina online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/kettukari LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karoliinakettukari Website: …
 
Isidora Katanic joins us today to talk about becoming an MVP, running a podcast during the pandemic, speaking at events like Ignite and managing events such as Experts Live, imposter syndrome, the Azure Heroes Inclusive Leadership award, balancing life and work, volunteer work, and #GetIsiACat. Isidora online! Twitter: https://twitter.com/isidoraka…
 
Patrick van Bemmelen, Microsoft 365 security consultant and blogger joins the show to discuss managing secure Microsoft 365 environments and where to start; jumping from E3 to E5 - when and why; his career and how he started to focus on EMS; and being a life long learner! Pete and Ru also discuss the latest news on Teams security and compliance, an…
 
In this first episode of Cloud Conversations, Ru and Pete chat about the latest Azure AD outage and new Microsoft security exams, then dive into Pete's journey as a parent to a disabled child and how that lead to his own mental health journey. We discover how that made him a stronger person, and how his career progressed from a jack-of-all-trades I…
 
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