Gunnar Hellekson is the Director of Product Management for Red Hat’s Linux, Virtualization, and Atomic container product lines. Before that, he was Chief Strategist for Red Hat’s US Public Sector group. He is a founder of Open Source for America, one of Federal Computer Week’s Fed 100 for 2010, and was voted one of the FedScoop 50 for industry leadership. He was a founder of the Military Open Source working group, a member of the SIIA Software Division Board, the Board of Directors for the Public Sector Innovation Group, the Open Technology Fund Advisory Council, New America’s California Civic Innovation Project Advisory Council, and the CivicCommons Board of Advisors. He perks up when people talk about commoditization and the industrial mobilization of World War II.
April 27th, 2014 | 12 mins
Ted's Red Hat's Cloud Architect for DOD. He enjoys roast beef, Docker, and OpenStack. We talk about his session at Summit, and what he loves about cloud for government.
April 25th, 2014 | 19 mins 44 secs
Dave and Gunnar talk with Jan Mark Holzer who's a "consulting engineer" in the same way Sherlock Holmes is a "consulting detective." He's a legend at Red Hat, and we were really lucky to get some time with him.
April 24th, 2014 | 11 mins 11 secs
Dave and Gunnar catch up with Hellekson’s Law consigliere Matt Micene of DLT. They have a project called Codevolved, which lets you stand up your own OpenShift in Amazon EC2.
April 10th, 2014 | 1 hr 6 mins
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about home storage, open source 5th columnists at MSFT, the Amazon unicorn factory, Gunnar's new job, new workflow, and Georgios Papanikolaou, a monthly visitor of guinea pigs.
April 1st, 2014 | 48 mins 6 secs
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk with Shawn Wells about the origins of the SCAP Security Guide, community building with the government and integrators, and future plans for the OpenStack Security Guide.
March 21st, 2014 | 21 mins 41 secs
This week Dave and Gunnar talk with special guest correspondent Lauren Egts about her interview with Ken Burns of Tiny Circuits for Open Source Hardware Week.