I’ve been traveling recently. To places and fields that have limited to no
mobile connectivity and this can be a challenge when a challenge arises.
Immediately following Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this month,
my family embarked on a multi-week European vacation. After spending a couple
more days in Spain, we jumped on the rail to Paris for a couple days and then
on to Rome for 10 days. The Eiffel Tower along with ‘I see London, I see
France, I see Daddy’s….’ request was our daughter’s and Italy was
something we’ve wanted to do for a while. During the train ride – which
was fantastic – we saw vineyards, castles, the Alps, old bunkers and tons
of scenery you never get on an airplane. It’s almost like eavesdropping on
these remote lives as you pass by at 187 mph while they hang their clothes to
dry or tend to their fields. Yes, mobile connectivity was ve... (more)
With Levi’s Stadium as a backdrop, I share a bit about the Internet of
Things and the strain it will place on the Domain Name System (DNS) along
with a preview of my DNS of Things session at CloudExpo / @ThingsExpo at the
Santa Clara Convention Center.
Reporting from Silicon Valley.
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What happens when the gadgets you wear also control the things around you?
No doubt you’ve heard of various internet-connected things like light
bulbs, coffee makers and thermostats making their way into our homes. And no
doubt, you’ve probably heard of such devices that you wear (or insert) to
track your fitness, sleeping or even blood sugar levels. But when that
sleeping monitor can alert the light bulb and coffee machine that you are
about to wake up, that’s called the Internet of Self. Data from your body
that is used to control the objects around you. Your body controls the y... (more)
I wrap it up from Mobile World Congress 2015. Thanks to you for watching and
thanks to our guests this week including Frank Yue, Jonathan George, Peter
Nas, Ron Carovano, Richard Duncan, Misbah Mahmoodi and a very special Mahalo
to F5 CEO John McAdam! Certainly a personal and professional highlight of
mine interviewing John. Also thanks to Lars, Michelle and Jonathan for their
camera work – appreciate their help. Reporting from Barcelona, that’s a
wrap! Safe travels everyone.
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I wrap it up from VMware PEX in San Francisco. Special thanks, of course, to
you for watching this week – I do appreciate it and hope it is both
entertaining and helpful. Appreciation also goes out to Ron Carovano, Matt
Quill and Keith McManigal for their guest appearances. Reporting from the
City by the Bay, thanks for watching!
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