I’m pleased to announce the launch of a brand-new podcast—Go Your Way.  Along with my co-host, Greg Knieriemen, we discuss the top trends and stories in technology with the best minds and leading influencers in the industry.  We know there’s a multitude of options when choosing technology to support businesses’ outcomes, and every journey is unique. Define your own journey with us: ‘Go your way!’


Each episode, Greg and I will discuss broad industry topics, review real-world use cases and user stories, and our take on challenges in enterprise IT. Why a podcast? We want to have conversations about the world of enterprise technology in a fun, personal and informative format, available to you wherever you are and when you are on the go.


In our inaugural episode, titled “One Cloud to Rule them All”, we speak to Brian Gracely, Senior Director Product Strategy from Red Hat. In this episode, we seek to uncover some of the challenges, opportunities, and debate on multicloud. Can IaaS ever truly be multicloud, and what are some cloud application deployment trends?



In our second episode, titled “In the Cloud Nobody Can Hear Your Backups?” we chat with Michael Cade, Senior Global Technologist at Veeam, about implications for data loss prevention or backup, and data management, as organizations move to the Cloud.


Who are we?

I’m Phoebe Goh, Principal Architect and Business Liaison at NetApp. I’m a newbie to the podcasting world. Co-hosting with me is Greg Knieriemen, Chief Evangelist and seasoned presenter —well, the video below sums it up a little:


We invite you to enjoy each episode with us and subscribe using your favorite podcast provider. Be sure to follow us on Twitter: @GYWPodcast. If you are attending NetApp INSIGHT, be sure to stop by and check us out in person in the Podcast Hub located inside INSIGHT Central.

Phoebe Goh

Phoebe believes people are at the heart of every technical solution. She has over a decade of experience from operations to solution architecture. As part of the NetApp Worldwide Technical Team Enablement Office, she now focuses on empowering NetApp technical field teams on current and emerging technologies, and strives to create better feedback loops through the product development cycle.

Phoebe lives in Michigan, though she misses her cats in her hometown of Sydney, Australia.

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