Networking and storage are two of the most difficult and complex parts of a cloud-native platform. In this episode we talk with Usha Ramachandran who product managers containing networking and volume services in Cloud Foundry. We discuss the networking problems being solved with c2c and why networking problems is so difficult. While not as extensive, we have a brief conversation around storage. Also, as ever, we discuss some recent news from DockerCon, Google voice services, and the recent Spring Cloud Data Flow release.
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Coté works in technical marketing for Pivotal Cloud Foundry®. See @cote for more.More Content by Michael Coté