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Tuesday Topics with Alum- Raphael Norwitz - Shared screen with speaker view
Sin Ki Debbie Leung
13:46
Would you be able to send us the columbia link to those videos? Thanks!
Ivy Elkins
15:24
https://www.cs.columbia.edu/department-lectures/
Yiwen Gao
22:31
As a cloud services company, what advantages does Nutanix offer over AWS or GCP?
Ameya Gharpure
34:13
Why would you be stuck with one company? Can't you switch from Google Cloud to AWS?
Adam Lehenbauer
36:12
@Ameya depends on how many cloud-specific services you used. If your applications use a lot of AWS technologies, those won't exist in GCP, so you have to redesign to use something else
Paulo Simoes
37:51
As @Adam said depends. Because of this there is some best practices that you can follow to Architect and Deploy your apps. Some of them described as a Cloud Native Architecture Design Principles — You can find them on CNCF.io
Paulo Simoes
39:14
CNCF means Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
Adam Lehenbauer
39:21
"cloud agnosticism". It can be expensive to move your data from one cloud to another too, and you may have partners in AWS that make it harder for you to integrate with them if you're in GCP, e.g. if you're integrated over kafka
Kathryn
48:21
https://www.kubeflow.org
Kathryn
48:44
https://github.com/kubeflow/kubeflow
Ameya Gharpure
53:33
wouldn't the overhead be less compared to containers?
Paulo Simoes
54:15
No .. unfortunately VMs are heavy when compared with containers.
Jay Karp
54:30
Is it possible / beneficial in certain cases to run containers inside of vms?
Kathryn
56:12
https://www.nutanix.com/products/karbon
Kathryn
57:15
https://gvisor.dev
Yiwen Gao
59:05
To clarify, does running containers inside VMs provide the benefits of both?
Kathryn
01:03:18
Great OS textbook: http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~remzi/OSTEP/ [includes info on processes, threads, paging, etc.]
Yiwen Gao
01:08:09
No, it’s quite interesting
Kathryn
01:08:57
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hardware_emulation
jack
01:12:34
Could you go over the difference between emulation and virtualization again?
Ameya Gharpure
01:12:38
Could you highlight the difference between emulation and virtualization?
Ameya Gharpure
01:14:22
yes, it helps
Ameya Gharpure
01:14:23
thanks
Eric Feng
01:14:24
yeah thanks
Paulo Simoes
01:22:15
Unfortunately I have to go (another meeting) .. Thank you so much .. it was great. congratulations. I hope I can watch late.
Nigel
01:22:27
How are network connections migrated?
Paulo Simoes
01:22:46
Thank you @Ivy and @Raphael
Ameya Gharpure
01:23:04
how would one move (jump) one's NAS? Or is it not a common use case?
Ameya Gharpure
01:23:30
yup
Ameya Gharpure
01:24:03
yes
Ameya Gharpure
01:24:27
but what if we want to move the "storage" that the VM is connected to?
Ameya Gharpure
01:25:10
oh ok
Ameya Gharpure
01:25:12
yes thanks
Yiwen Gao
01:25:40
Will the recording or slides be available?
AYA BEN SAGHROUNE
01:26:32
I think that the recording will be available here : https://www.cs.columbia.edu/department-lectures/
Yiwen Gao
01:27:12
Thanks for the link, Aya!
Minnie P
01:27:21
Thanks for the link!
Zhiyuan He
01:28:07
Thanks for the link! Aya
AYA BEN SAGHROUNE
01:28:45
welcome :)
Ameya Gharpure
01:28:56
Thanks a lot for this session. You explained all this stuff really well :)
Michael Casserly
01:29:15
Thank you, this was great!
Dagmawi Sraj
01:29:23
Thank you for this!
Zhiyuan He
01:29:33
Thanks a lot ! It’s really tech rich
Nigel
01:30:04
Tell us more about what exactly you work on
Eric Feng
01:30:11
thank you\
Yiwen Gao
01:30:25
Haha
Tom Joshi
01:30:47
Yes please!
Tom Joshi
01:34:52
Could you elaborate on the additional technologies to read up on?