In episode 40 of EnterpriseReady, Grant is joined by Alexis Richardson of Weaveworks. They discuss Weave GitOps, insights on brand revitalization, and the storied career journey that led Alexis from finance to startups to enterprise software.
In episode 39 of EnterpriseReady, Grant Miller is joined by Loris Degioanni of Sysdig. They discuss Loris’s storied career journey, the creation of Sysdig, tactics for better understanding enterprise customers, and the future of open source.
In episode 38 of EnterpriseReady, Grant speaks with Brandon Heller of Forward Networks. They discuss tactics for improving enterprise networks, tips for hiring engineers, and insights on the many roles co-founders play as they launch their companies.
In episode 37 of EnterpriseReady, Grant speaks with Jay Simons of Bond. They unpack the many lessons Jay has learned from his long and celebrated software career, including growing Atlassian from a startup to the massive, publicly-traded behemoth it is today.
In episode 36 of EnterpriseReady, Grant speaks with Shannon Williams of SUSE. They unpack Shannon’s many years working with cloud-native and open source communities, his pioneering of Infrastructure as a Service, and the future of open source.
In episode 35 of EnterpriseReady, Grant speaks with Karthik Ranganathan of Yugabyte. They discuss Karthik’s enterprise journey, the fruits of maintaining a customer-driven ethos in business, and building modern databases.
In episode 34 of EnterpriseReady, Grant speaks with Gene Kim of IT Revolution. They discuss his journey to founding Tripwire, his prolific career as a DevOps author, and the positive social impacts technology adoption could have in the future.
In episode 33 of EnterpriseReady, Grant is joined by Shishir Mehrotra of Coda. They discuss important lessons for building and launching products, as well as Shishir’s role as a technology leader at YouTube in it’s pivotal early years, just after the Google acquisition.
In episode 32 of EnterpriseReady, Grant speaks with Mike Gregoire of Brighton Park Capital. They discuss strategies for growing through a recession, the changing role of modern enterprise salespeople, and the internal metrics Mike uses when evaluating acquisitions.