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This week in Speaking in Tech, your host Eddie Saipetch is flying solo while Greg Knieriemen does real work and Sarah Vela is under the weather. Eddie's special guest is Val Bercovici, big data and cloud czar at NetApp. They chat about the growing influence of devs in the tech biz – and if anyone would know, it's a czar...

They also talk about Openstack, Microsoft tablets and what Chromecast is FOR...

This week's discussion points

  • Playing with Chromecast
  • Life at NetApp without Vaughn Stewart
  • Transformation of IT trends
  • Hyperscale cloud architectures
  • Big Data and teenage sex
  • 2014, the year of Big Data
  • The promise of OpenStack
  • IaaS vs PaaS
  • Microsoft Hyper-V chipping away at VMware
  • Microsoft tablets, getting it right by version 3
  • Innovation after brand
  • Monetising OpenStack

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