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why it is a hardware vendor at the software company why is Intel here via brother asking that we also agree with that is why we hear Unix servers down so it's it's a good question from if
you add finally in cell and a couple years end and why 1st arrive with things we again it be a part of was sailor had until thinks the what we do is is we sell hardware obviously but people don't wanna buy hardware list of reads the user so we looked at was the way we some irregular customers is watching them have success right in that success is what motivates them to build great gray things and we actually it honestly interesting economic principle called Japan's paradox
plugins paradoxes that states states that and the easiest something is to consume the more you want but not the less you what you you want use more more more so if you're Intel is saying how in the world do we make computing cloud computing bigger greater some some were servers of course 1 it's really like discount factor is the easier we can make cloud-computing more automated more powerful it is the more that we can grow this ecosystem or markets and also we created man from these really cool features in local technologies that were designing and building as being deck is the design we image divided ability to use those leverage those in the data sets so your yeah really focus on the way up the software totally yeah so so basically our team is if you see from the whole slide of the software fine infrastructure so like our job is literally how world you make the software help the software be really powerful with a hardware combinations so it
tells a large part of wrapped up totally
weird love it lot of ideas personally that that's great but Walker's through the wise and and how you see it fitting into the ecosystem told the story the mean you down to it involves a huge open source company might actually know that were like the the number 1 and number 2 contributed opinion which meant that is a huge OpenStack supporter there's little thousands of elvers until who were paid just or open source software right that make a dime there's paid open-source software because we recognize
open-source software is a key driver for innovation and so when we see companies like shelf can also be like habitat especially the tiny what when is the come out there we recognize it as a way of helping move us all forward and we'll see how what we actually that better have tie things to that have able that circus to that were successfully easier the point cloud right and on a personal level you yourself are
bald and some present their projects totally so we we um we don't a lot of stuff we also try to innovate so while at my charters as I run Emerging Tech in we do kind of fail fast project what was just did last year was 1 cold snap and so if you look at the space of automation in general yeah this really repetitive cycle you see it's report on what decide learn act but that assigns the really powerful part is like how can we build systems that can intelligently make decisions at scale so let me as a sysadmin errors administrator engineer I can run more things like that of thousands of servers tens of of the 3rd item item you control is I built the software systems that can make decisions why don't have every single decision in we were looking around the scheduling systems and saying what is the 1 thing the 1st in its data yet In so we start looking at our own data can we make the chips and so in both the every bit of data comes out of anything which becomes velocity some room low-LET level right answer a look around saying
hey are we being a good citizen about that we exposing things'll ever the uniform nice way and the answer was that kind of good and so is a local structure build a brain framework and see works that we get all the until behind to expose everything from disk health and network to applications to workloads into we build in open-source project around and that's a snap it had been missing quite well in in we were having conversations that we actually want links
map into the stuff you guys in the on invisibility into some really cool stuff that node since abstracts to have but the hardware so intimately connected to applications here of these the most writers provide a generic up so that the promise on you're actually you know looking at this and that very much of about know-how how to really bind up here should be able to generalize this at a run with the weight of an atom by limit like atoms note women amazing thing is that I I I I I'm I'm hornet I wanted to 3 more
times that can absolutely way following the teased apart complexity in these writers are not the same thing in and I like to tease apart abstraction utility so yes absolutely extraction portability is critical right you move things around put the public public private clouds go back and forth the faster
we get to that effect these but I wanna make sure that those applications had the ability to get put onto the smartest possible place we're not all hardware is the same in our own minds of service command wide variety wide difference in we have different features you can optionally have is the thing with habitat Ambassador with is could we take habitat something like our investment work around with Google on communities and somebody told interest of for doing continuous story where the super horrible because of habitat energy super schedule because the communities but intelligence is that you should build applications and say these the the the ideal scenario for high run right and assist just make sure they the best the impact scheduled high-performance way possible goal actually out of all that pool technical stuff is that you will run your applications the really nice TCO and dense and fast and keep them up so your painting a vision of the future filling up and you know what what we talked about the snap integrations but here it's the together we were kind reaches point where we can actually see this ability for how people don't build deployed manage right now we could use of automated knowledge the hash of automated allow those tend to collaborate have visibility but underneath that the this is there's a lot of smarts that they could plugged in it from from the actual underlying hardware so the funniest thing about us spindles tells we literally do with every single vertical every comes from the world a lot you go really really deep you believe supercomputer you probably know what's really really well because we did we have people you write down there with you with a problem but the more context context in the more common between the absurdity system gets the more we can actually to develop our servers and processes to that anymore we can expose what's possible in their make an option and so for me it's really critical because of going back to just of other stuff we see they at this point for like the next wave right you look it on cloud-computing the majority of the
market economy would have a couple key players but we wanted expand everyone in a set next wave we feel things like open source and collaboration combining tools
things were together like habitat communities in hardware store snapped resemble in levels of sleep the customers actually get to figure out what they can do that and build those stacks Global services bold in provided better experience those applications I think that's a new trichromats were after its great great vision of the future and what we want to some research as anything else 1 of your cover up on non this actually this is my 1st shift and this has been
1 of the coolest have fewer fewer and to be quite honest I go to 0 I get a lot of conferences from in this little loop was extremely cool because everybody's the practitioner here we list the conversations you there's a force and the is in the trenches is working is trying to solve problems so this is the very very cool conference and I like the need is this in our remember this was this was also that's great help with throw
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Titel A Conversation with Intel
Serientitel ChefConf 2016
Autor Weaver, Nick
Cheney, Ken
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DOI 10.5446/34609
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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Abstract Nicholas Weaver, Director, SDI, Intel and Ken Cheney, VP of Business Development, Chef

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