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The Atlas Podcast
The Atlas Podcast gives you a weekly look into industry news, technology updates and riveting interviews. Join Martin and Alex weekly and keep up to date on tech.
6 days ago
How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, A Chat with Gavin Starks, & More
This week on the Atlas Podcast we're joined by Gavin Starks, CEO of Icebreaker One and Dgen, discussing the challenges faced in working towards a net-zero carbon future, his fascinating career up to this point and what his views are for the future of data, the environment, and more. We also take a look at Bill Gates' latest book, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster. We give it a quick review and then pick out some of the most pressing concerns it raises, how engineering can both help cause and solve them, and what role technology plays in achieving a net-zero carbon world. Finally, we take a look at an unsung hero of engineering. This week we discuss Frank Whittle, credited with the invention of the jet engine. If you loved the podcast, or have any thoughts, be sure to leave us a review! To get in touch you can follow us on Twitter @ats_atlas, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow us on LinkedIn.
Feb 22, 2021
Perseverance Landing, Container Technology & Ruth Mallors-Ray
This week we talk about the historic landing of NASA's Perseverance rover; what that means for science as well as how the UK space industry is progressing. We get into containers, IT technology not shipping equipment! Looking at Kubernetes, Docker, and the history and progression of virtual machines and related tech. Finally, we're joined by Ruth Mallors-Ray OBE who walks us through her fascinating career, what she's up to now, how she feels about current global happenings and what's coming up in the future. If you loved the podcast, or have any thoughts, be sure to leave us a review! To get in touch you can follow us on Twitter @ats_atlas, send us an email at email@example.com, or follow us on LinkedIn. Some useful links: Ruth on the current work being done in the UK space industry Guardian article with some interesting info on the UK space industry
Feb 15, 2021
AWS in Space, Data Lakes and Monica Stancu
On this week's episode, we discuss AWS making further moves in the commercial space race. We also chat about data lakes, why they came about, what they are and what they do. Finally, we're joined by Monica Stancu, Diversity and Inclusion Manager for the Royal Academy of Engineers. Monica talks us through her work in D&I across many industries, including the development of the Diversity and Inclusion Matrix and the Academy's work on the ground breaking This is Engineering project! If you loved the podcast, or have any thoughts, be sure to leave us a review! To get in touch you can follow us on Twitter @ats_atlas, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow us on LinkedIn.
Feb 8, 2021
Vaccine Cloud, UX Design, & Rob Valent
On this week's episode, we take a look at how Salesforce are using their cloud technology to help distribute COVID-19 vaccines in the US. We also chat with our colleague Kiwani Dolean about the wonderful world of UX design. We also chat about the benefits of collaboration! Finally, we're joined by Rob Valent who talks with us about the history of ATS Global, how it's changed and what's in the future for manufacturing and technology. If you loved the podcast, or have any thoughts, be sure to leave us a review! To get in touch you can follow us on Twitter @ats_atlas, send us an email at email@example.com, or follow us on LinkedIn.
Feb 1, 2021
IaaS vs PaaS vs SaaS, Battery Tech & Janneke Niessen
This week we're joined by Janneke Niessen who's here to discuss ethical investments and diversity in tech. We also take a look at the latest in battery technology, from super capacitors to fast charging electric vehicles. And we take a look at the difference between IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. Remember to subscribe for weekly tech updates and drop us a review to let us know how we're doing!
Jan 25, 2021
Clouds under the sea, APIs & TM Forum
This week we discuss Microrosft's cloud servers being brought up from beneath the waves, why they've done it and what it means for the future. We also take a look at the history of APIs and why they're so important. Finally we continue the API talk with Joann O'Brien of TM Forum who gives the lowdown on why Open APIs are key to progress.
Jan 18, 2021
Linking to the cloud, Corporate hacks and more
This week we're discussing the Solar Winds hack and how it relates to the suspected Stuxnet attack in 2010. We also take a look at linking your machines to the cloud. Finally, we have a chat with Svetan Ratchev of the University of Nottingham about the future of technology.
Dec 21, 2020
10 Emergent Technologies, GitOps & Darren Williams
Welcome back to another episode of The Atlas Podcast! For the final podcast of the year, we take a look at a list of emergent technologies put together by The World Economic Forum. We also chat with our colleague Neal Clark about GitOps. And finally, we're joined by Darren Williams of Lancaster University and The Welding Institute!
Dec 14, 2020
The AWS ReInvent Event, Low-Code vs No-code & More!
Welcome back to the Atlas Podcast with Martin + Alex! This week we're discussing the keynote speech from Andy Jassy at the AWS Re-Invent digital conference, the differences between low-code and no-code, and Martin catches up with Marco Cereghino!
Dec 7, 2020
DeepMind, Hosting Apps in the Cloud & More
This week in the Atlas Podcast we talk to Martijn Dinkersloot about his work on scheduling and his thoughts for the future. We talk about hosting apps in the cloud and how we can move from older approaches to new ones. And we take a look at the DeepMind breakthrough, with AI solving a 50 year old folding problem. Head on over to the Atlas Website to find out more. If you'd like to get in touch with us, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org See you next week!
Dec 2, 2020
SMRs, Cloud Computing & The MTC
This week we take a look at the newly announced small modular reactors, cloud computing and we talk DRAMA with Adam and Katy of the MTC
Nov 23, 2020
Digital Manufacturing Week, 5G & Lina Huertas
This week on the Atlas Podcast we talk about the Digital Manufacturing Week event, how engineering can reach new audiences, all things 5G and we have a guest appearance by Lina Huertas of the MTC
Nov 16, 2020
5GEM Project, SaaS vs COTS & more
This is the inaugural episode of the Atlas Podcast. Martin and Alex talk about the 5GEM Project and Vodafone's latest video update, Martin gives a rundown of SaaS vs COTS and Mike James, Chair of the Board of Directors for ATS Global, stops in for a chat. Join us next week for a deep dive on all things 5G, plus more news and a new interview!