18 Burst results for "Cloudplayer"
"cloudplayer" Discussed on Security Now
"This problem right so it's obvious obvious. Yeah yes i mean. Microsoft was you know as a technologist as a coder. i looked at many of microsoft's patents early on and the only thing that happened was that they faced a problem before somebody else and anyone trained in the art and that is actually the language of the patent law is supposed to be non obvious to anyone trained in the art meaning that some other programmer is given this problem they go. Here's how you saw that well. Microsoft was leading the development of software. So they're programmers encountered problems that other programmers hadn't encountered well they patented everything i mean. You know patent sneezing to the right. And oh because most people don't do like it was insane and the presumption is they even say this. The pto says we you know we expect if if there's an issue that it'll go to court and it'll be solved there that's and they just i think probably they don't have the examiners time to do it right. So yeah they do the best they can but they are saying and what mature companies end up doing it and this is what they they will say when you challenge them as well. We're building a patent portfolio so that we can cross license other large companies patent portfolios. And so so it's sort of a you know an insider large corporate thing that goes on and you know and unfortunately the little guy is is the one who ends up being in trouble so anyway. Bravo to cloudflare. I wanted to put this on our listeners. Radar lincoln. the show notes They they go in fact even in my show notes. I go on at great length about caspian and This other company that a sable for anyone who's interested can just read more than i'm gonna put into the podcast because there's no need to go into additional detail but you know cloudflare is worried that that if this this company is allowed to keep going. They're going to start suing people who process packets. Because there's this notion of tagging packets to be part of a flow which was a technology that the firm that went out of business a caspian Tried to market this thing and they probably went belly up sable probably bought their their intellectual property portfolio out of bankruptcy with the intention of pursuing this anyway. So what what cloudflare's worried about. Is that these guys really do. Need to be stopped set. You know secondarily to the fact that is wrong and that also that cloudflare's been sued Of course it's a good idea. It's pr- it's prudent from cloudplayer from cloudflare's standpoint to send the message out that you sue us we're going to invalidate your entire pap for patent portfolio you troll and put you out of business so anyway. Cool stuff yeah. Non practicing entities the police yes non practicing entity is even have a phrase and acronym for slam balls I wanted to note. We got a bit of feedback from a listener Somebody who had been flocked You know. I put the call out dow two weeks in a row. I went back a little bit into my twitter. Feed and k. r v. Wow i guess..
"cloudplayer" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Fast money. Welcome back to fast monday. Take a look. At shares of data center equinoxes. It was a big winner as the work from home. Boom took off earlier this year. But as a co vaccine rolls out and people go back to the office. What's next for the company economic. Ceo charles myers joins us now. Charles great to have you with us too good to be here your socks doing well this year. It's up about twenty percent today but over the past three months. That's when we started to see the decline and it's part of this larger rotation general away from those work from home names away from the growthy names. And i'm wondering charles if you could speak to this idea that there has been pull forward in all sorts of work from home. Plays is there have been put forward in your view in terms of customers demand for data center. We don't really see it as a pulled forward we see it as a sustainable. You know sort of demand underlying driver in terms of digital transformation being critical priority for business we see digital transformation in our lives of consumers every day and i think that's that same trend is playing out in the enterprise creating a massive addressable market to support digital transformation. So i think while there's probably some spiky demand created by the work from home transition I don't see it as a potpourri hit more a really strong underlying secular demand. Trent charles just just seeing the news over the last couple of weeks you closed on a joint venture with singapore's sovereign wealth fund. Can you speak to what you're hoping you're gonna get from that here. That's actually our second joint venture with gi see To support our hyperscale aspirations. we Sometime ago we actually decided to pursue the large footprint hyperscale demands of companies like aws microsoft google etc. The large cloudplayer's the You know Both here and and in other parts of the world Via joint venture where we could allocate our capital to our retail heavily interconnected business and use the financial resources of our partners to support the hyperscale side of our business. And so we're excited about that. We closed the j. b. and western europe Some time ago. I've seen strong demand for that and just recently announced this most recent. Jv in japan It'll be more to come in that space across the world with Would probably i see in other parts as well So thanks for joining us here. So you mentioned earlier that you know you don't really see as much of a pull forward and especially during the pandemic here. How do you see this acceleration. Kind of going in twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty two. Like how do you see it for your business here. Because you know there's a lot of investors who are like trying to pull the plug on these one the pandemic so to speak but it seems like your business was already going in this direction. Yeah i think You know again you look at the underlying demand drivers and digital transformation as train is one that we think is extremely durable as we talk to our customers you know. They just feel like You know they've seen what happened in the pandemic in terms of people who were better prepared for digital transformation transformation forming those. They were less prepared. And i think you know independent and macroeconomic conditions. We're seeing people prepared to put money to work to To continue their digital transformation. I mean every aspect of business across every vertical is changing due to digital not only how you interact with your customers in terms of online buying and what people normally think of but also how you interact with your employees and work from home has really shown that how you interact with suppliers your partners These businesses are now run by applications and the performance. The performance of those applications is heavily dependent on your window structure and that digital infrastructure really needs to be distributed across the globe. And that's where it comes in in terms of helping customers interconnect their infrastructure to the cloud. Charles great to speak to you. Charles myers groupie here. Happy holidays to you. Happy new year Jeff mills how do you think about trading this trend towards digitization online business online shopping online etc. Yeah i agree in the sense. That i don't know that it's demand that's going to go away. I think it's one of those things. That's an acceleration of an existing trend. You know we were looking at the tower reits we own some tower rates. I think that it's very similar to those kinds of companies positive secular growth trends. You have rising mobile data consumption and five g and all these things and these businesses typically have pretty low customer. Churn and i think economics is in a very similar place. yes helping companies like zoom and cisco's webex in that demand will probably plateau some but at the same time. I don't think that we're going back to where we were before. Then they have all those other revenue that That we were just talking about. The stock is down sixteen percent It showed some decent supported the two hundred day moving average is trading at a premium. But maybe it deserves it all right coming up shopper. Drop it be tackle. Three widely-held software stocks went fast. Money return welcome back a reminder that we've got.
"cloudplayer" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored
"I in in every company you make mistakes in most companies. Don't hear about them. at cloudflare. we incessantly blog about them until people say okay. We got it. You made a mistake. Shut up. But i think if you are in a business where trust is paramount. Transparency and and radical transparency is the best way and maybe the only way that you can earn. You're listening to what i know from inc magazine. I'm christine gloria chaff. Today's episode radical transparency. One of the biggest topics of this week has been the security of our electoral process. And this week. I spoke with one of the entrepreneurs on the frontlines of internet. Security matthew prints of cloudflare cloudplayer's at two hundred and ninety million dollar business security company that helps websites balance their loads to run faster and helps protect sites against an array of filter out malware and analyze their traffic. It has fifteen hundred employees around the world and works to keep secure and speed up sites by companies like ibm mars thompson. Reuters anson dusk and importantly this year it also works with local governments to protect information about voting registration and the election and prince has some fascinating about what's gone on this year in particular. We also spoke about his radical choice to speak openly about some of the companies toughest moments even while they are unfolding and the scandal that almost crushed his company actually led to his thinking around transparency but before cloudflare was protecting some twenty five million internet properties around the world. It was inspired by an idea that matthew had when trying to put together a presentation for a group of founders that y combinator founder paul graham had arranged so i went to a young engineer. Who's on our team. Got him lee holloway. And as you build a system to track how spammers and other bad guys operate online. How they steal email addresses and hack into systems and we brainstormed for a little bit We called project honey pot and the entire idea was could we get data that i could then give a talk at paul's pulse conference and we built it. We've got a couple of hundred people to sign up for a. We gathered this really cool data on like how spammers operated and i gave the talk and then we basically put it in the corner and forgot about it and time passed and i over the next two thousand four and so about four years later i decided to go to business school and take sabbatical from the company and meanwhile you know every day hundreds of.
"cloudplayer" Discussed on Die Werbebande
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"cloudplayer" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Grasp of the everyone doesn't work for. You know all the gut buster stuff and As well as fire wizard was supposed because he has sort of all the words keywords by. On this is it's not too big of a deal if I were gut buster. No sweat off my back. This isn't. This is really somewhat of a minor ability at The fact that you have to roll under the battleground means that in the first two like very crucial turns of the game, it's just probably not going to happen. Even turn three I. mean you're looking for. One two, three, two, fifty, fifty, even. And it only works. If the combat is still happening from whatever last turn it was after it rolls back around to the hero phase. So if you're still locked in combat with units, I find that to be. Somewhat. Rare. For the most part, usually your guys get exploded. If they're hammers, hit them and you explode the other guys if you get the charge. The one exception to that was Israel Frost Lord who just got to pitch a tent in camp out in the woods. Looking at the sunset and roasting marshmallows will people completely ineffectually attempted to attack him for the whole game. and a really got to use grasp the ever winter very nicely in as well as metal cruncher but that stuff's gone for now. The tactical advice for grasping the ever winter. I. Would just say to beast cloudplayer's try not to forget about this ability because it's easy to forget about 'cause it like Kinda. Never happens and you know the roles unlikely and Blob. You don't have much going on in the hero phase. So you tend to just skimmed past it and think about where you're going to move. You know try to remember it I gots it's nice for unseating stock monsters. It's just one extra little thing. Nick unstick you before the charge face was sort of Nice. SA- turn one turn to statistically it's unlikely been a maths hammock coming in. It's always get caught guarantee turned turn four is most likely. You'RE GONNA make. Yeah. Yeah I think by that stage as well. You're one hundred percent ride is by turn one turn to I haven't been rolling these dyes said turn three, two, hundred four when it's the hated the battle on time restriction potentially at a tournament on my local game store this might be skip across. So again, maybe let's get that sick entitled. Let's we have always be charging. We now have done. Forget your you'll make your winter. Yeah don't. Rules. I think we I think we need to come up with better name with that but either way like that. He potentially an additional three. Damage you could doing a for against a model within three inches of that base close right off however it's something that you wouldn't build a strategy around nor would you be looking to guarantee something? It's just it's too fickle and probably by the time that you need it It's not gonNA IT'S NOT GONNA change the game it might be it might be nice..
"cloudplayer" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"No longer providing service and why is it that you know the daily stormer couldn't just go out and find another company to provide that same service So I think what people don't fully appreciate. Maybe we didn't even fully appreciate until the daily stormer was that there actually aren't what if you have a controversial website for any number of reasons? If you don't have an entity like cloudflare in organization like cloudflare who can provide a set of services in front of you you probably can't stay. And we actually saw this in the run to the daily stormer, and so some of the comments that we got on some of the tweets that came at us were basically get out of the way so that we can beat them off the Internet. I think once you take away a service like ours, there just aren't that many other services that can provide that kind of protection, and certainly there aren't really at other organizations that provided for free. So the challenge that you have in that space is that once we remove services, there is not much a company can potentially do to protect themselves from cyber attack and I think that's a really important thing to understand about the state of the Internet's Day because it may be concerning for other reasons about the fact that cyber-attacks dot actually easy to access. Excellent. So I just WanNa make a little bit more explicit or maybe pool together a number of the things that you've already said about what is different four making these kind of decisions in the infrastructure layer of the stack as opposed to at the application layer. Most people think about content moderation happening at facebook and twitter, and you said sort of that you think of yourself as a neutral conduit or something along those lines and people get kind of really anxious or angry when they hear platforms like facebook and twitter saying something along those lines as well. So why is it different in the infrastructure layer and how does that affect the way that you think about your role? So I actually think one of the challenges in the spaces that people a lot of people don't understand exactly how the Internet works I'm they don't understand sort of what is what is it that distinguishes has a website setup. How does it actually connect to the Internet How do you actually get access to content people don't understand all of the steps along the way and I think people sort of understand what their P. looks like on an could imagine that maybe it would be. Traveling if the ISP said Hey, we don't like you. We don't want to provide service to you. We WanNa pick and choose our customers that might seem problematic because they have a direct experience with an ISP. I think the challenge for companies like ours is that so many people have no idea what we do and what role we play online, and I think that that creates in some ways a set of responsibilities for us because people aren't interacting with us they're not unlike something like facebook. Set up a set of rules when you come in. and. Everyone knows that this is a set of rules you're subject to an end. If you don't like them, you go to a different form. That the same thing doesn't happen in the interconnection world, right? So you're not you can't imagine your transit providing Oh, I don't like that particular content I don't want to carry it. It doesn't really work in the normal way the Internet is structured. I'm saying thing if somebody says I, don't want to register your domain. For example I. Don't want you to have this domain name in no one will agree to carry to have your domain name. Then you're not gonNA have that domain name in your you're not gonNA have that domain. Online. So I think the difference is sort of a degree of access and the ice is I think the best example. On the infrastructure side where it seems kind of extreme to think about someone not having access just because an ISP doesn't like the content that you are that might be posting online. And you know I think from our standpoint when we think about it, we're sort of in the middle people don't even know they're interacting don't going through our platform. They don't understand why would be making decisions about what they can see what they can't and I think that means that we have. We have to understand that that is our role. If we make a decision and people didn't even know they were interacting with us, they have no idea why that content team down and I think that's s should be traveling to people. And you mentioned earlier that you received a lot of public pressure in the sort of around the daily stormy incident. But that there was misunderstanding of cloudplayer's role, there is that the misunderstanding you're getting out like is it something to do with people don't understand how few other options there are at that layer of the stack will want isn't that using the public misunderstands about cloudflare's role? If they know about it at all. Now I think that's the problem I. They don't know about it at all and I think that there is a very I think people think of tech companies. I'm based in Washington DC so I think this happens paramount in Washington DC. I'm in there are some very large telescope in everyone assumes that you sort of fit into that model and you have the same types of services and they don't necessarily go down think about what it been means would impact the Internet. Overall. If you're taking action at the content moderation at the again at the highest level, for example, Internet service provider level, right you're comcast level. The long-term effect it's at because they're thinking about the social media platforms first and foremost. So the pressure that you get is pressure that's being directed at anyone might be in any way affiliated with this piece of content, but it's not. It doesn't necessarily appreciate that different entities might have different roles with respect to that content. And frankly one of the challenges actually in the space even it's the the the attack case becomes relevant right so when we remove our services at the the the information, as you said before, it doesn't immediately come off line. It just makes it vulnerable to cyber attack and understanding that is a difference. So people are pressuring us to do something that essentially the silicates cyber attack, which is feels a little weird when you think about it and I don't think that people if they understood that better would necessarily have been quite as vocal advocates for it as I think we might have heard at the time. And so because you're you tend to be sort of under the radar is your experience in these moments where Your. Public profile bubbles up, is it sort of your working away quietly and then a lot of people discover cloudflare and sort of put pressure, and then it vanishes or did that put clouds'll or more more sort of a reliably on the public radar after the daily former incident? Well we kind of put ourselves on the public radar in some ways really did engage a lot after the storm. We really wanted to talk to people and one of the things that we did at the time..
"cloudplayer" Discussed on Building A Unicorn
"Cloudplayer's business was growing rapidly. Us A base was growing. The team size was growing and there were raising a lot of money. The initial offering was freeman muddle with affray. Tia and then some plans at twenty dollars a month enterprise uses also wanted in on the action so they introduced in enterprise plan and as they grew they uses wanting more and more from the product which left the team with some difficult decisions as to what contracts they should pursue and which ones they had to turn away. If you are a banner with a successful company like we'll leadership matters so much where you'll just be many times where you're faced with a decision in what you decide actually matters a law for the business and so for us. We've had that over over again and again. This is easy in hindsight but even the moment I just remember thinking like Oh okay we gotta decide and for us. I just remember Willie we. We started with these small and developers using our service and they loved it and we were a free service a month service. Two hundred dollar amongst service kind of back to managing expectations. If someone's paying you twenty dollars a month. They kind of is set expectation. And we have these larger organizations saying. Hey We want you to do the same thing for us. When we're willing to pay you walk more sixty thousand nine hundred thousand dollars a year and someone pay one hundred thousand dollars. A year has a very different expectation so paying twenty dollars a month and so we as organization invested in that and we have to come up to speed but like you can't do that overnight so we are investing in that and we were kind of early to middle in that stage. We cannot customer. Who's willing to over a million dollars a year now? The salesperson brought in was delighted. Like this is huge. It's going by number for the year. The head of sales was delighted to Oh awesome. My joy is an executive with this company. I can close argues. Also I can tell you who was not excited matthew. We are like a million dollar plus customer. You're has dairy different expectation and this was a very internet. Heavy traffic say then our customers paying sixty dollars more and we are not ready yet and look. There was no magic eight follow. He'd go to consult to say what should we do like? It was literally this leadership moment where it was should take customer. Were really really hard to meet their expectations. But for us we thought is.
"cloudplayer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Mg Premium Ltd in August. We reported how the company had eight us. DMC has an effort to identify players on many tube sites this month. MG premium has returned for another by Cherry. They deem see subpoena application filed in Washington. Premium complains that cloudplayer's. This is what's funny they. They're complaining that cloudplayer's websites yes porn please. He's dot com shared on I l. really mean are carrying infringing content to which the company owns the copier so basically they're saying that cloudflare her owns these websites when cloudflare is merely a intermediary operator flare is corporation so it's possible for cloudflare to actually own own businesses that put these sites on think. Is there any evidence of that or they don't they don't own these websites. They're merely merely acting as cafe provides e. DNS protection nor right right right exactly and that's what they're doing and so they're basically the copyright cartels are basically manipulating the courts to get their way by basically weekly making derogatory. Would that be the right word about derogatory but it falls. It's definitely misleading unless there's some evidence sounds that these websites actually belonged to cloudflare you know it's certainly a misleading statement right and they're trying to get their way. They're trying to so you know. Manipulate the court into basically you know giving are forcing cloudflare to reveal something and do something that they probably don't even have the capability of doing so many continue at subpoena application your that. MD is the owner of numerous copyright audiovisual works of course protecting its works table. Let's hear appear on cloudflare incorporators website. It's already so that's such infringements have been ongoing and has issued. DMC notifications to Claude van incorporates DMCA agent all notifications haven't met the requirements of seventeen USC five Tolsey Three by sending Inter Ilya Louis a representative list of the copyrighted works that have been infringed and and location on his website of the infringing material M. MG now seeks to obtain the subpoena to learn identity of the individuals who are posting infringing contents so you know what's interesting about this story is is that they're actually so normally when you're talking about a web a how do I say this a website hosting pirated pirate contents. Basically you're basically you're don't expect the entertainment industry to go after who was accessing those websites it's okay or even who was necessarily uploading contents to these websites. That just doesn't usually happen. It doesn't always this might be like the first time ever it's happened it might not be the first time ever in some respects because I think they might have done it with like torrent sites but I don't believe these are torrent sites so this might be the first first time ever that I've ever heard of a of the copyright industry basically going after a caller is not host but or even the website but going after a website in order to obtain the its users information basically in order to go after users so this is a this is an this is something something that I think is predictable and has been mentioned on many times on different torn freak stories how accessing streaming site is much safer than using torn for example. Let's hear this suggesting that the site listed above are cloudplayer's is obviously contentious however there are appears to be subtle but important important error in outpatients. Yes apparently there were looking at they meant to do. VCR DOT io not shared I o or that's what it appears anyway. Nevertheless other lessons application to unmask the upload thousands of pieces of Braziers content to the sites in question is pretty comprehensive and dates back more than three years so let's see here the required information includes but is not limited to names email addresses. Ip Addresses User Histories postings histories physical addresses and telephone numbers. I really want to know how oh they expect to get this information. When Chrysler isn't only have information on the Dome on the person who owns the domain or account that the domain I mean is associated with on cloudflare service now? Are you familiar with cloudflare. I'd I mean I know what they are. I've certainly seen clouds fair failures screens and timeout screens along the way yeah yeah but yeah I mean this. This last paragraph is certainly certainly is certainly kind of the crux of the thing which is or one of the cruxes which is it's really unclear whether fly cloudflare's even going to have the information they're being asked for because in general one would think they would be proxy ing. SSL connections and they wouldn't wouldn't be privy to what was inside them. Yeah you'd think so. Let's let's go onto another story here. I I am skipping around a little bit. I don't think we're actually GONNA get to everything that I've got twenty minutes left so I think it's a pretty good bet. We're not yeah yeah. I think you're I think alright so we've got a story here from Australia. An Australian House Committee is looking to follow after the UK's an attempt to basically require e- verification to access porn sites so does this mean that people on in this Australian committee will be able to access porn without having the separately verify their age because of already taken care of quote it are they looking into being able to easily validate themselves as being old enough to look at porn or or what's their plan. I don't know let's let's just Australia's once again deciding to follow in the tracks of the United Kingdom with the House Representative Standing Committee on Social Policy and legal affairs to look into aver vacation for online pornography and online wagering so it's not just pornography just to be clear the matter was referred to the committee by the Minister of Families and social services. You know what's funny about this. Whole story is like it doesn't even work in the UK people just get VPN's and stuff already must've people already VPN's to get around the censorship? That's already going on so the the piracy were held. It's nice to see the you know the the an uptake in the use of VPN. I think that's a positive side. Some sons the stupid the things that government does makes make the world better even though it's actually the opposite of what they intend yeah. I'm not saying it's worth the money or should be done. I'm back up here and and and and say that I I'm not necessarily sure that. VPN's are a good thing but I will say that if you are interested in looking for VPN services dot com I was gonna say that's an extraordinary statement even for provider of VPN services yes it is I think. VPN's have a they are a tall certainly that some people need more than others in their arsenal to get around censorship and or I don't WanNa say necessarily post stuff anonymously to some degree that it may be a good tool for that but the point that I'm trying to make is simply that I think it's I think it's I think it's misleading leading to say that to encourage everybody to go out there and buy VPN's. I don't think everybody needs a VPN. I think got a lot of people you know it'd be good to have but it's one of those things that you're effectively sending your traffic to a different. ISP and and now that traffic gets mixed with other users of the VPN so it's not entirely going to give you a how do I say this is GonNa give you some additional privacy potentially but at the same time it's not like the government is not going to be able to monitor that. VPN or potentially go after somebody who's using ESPN. It's it's not that particularly difficult to the government's after you. It's not gonNA protect you. I'll makes it it makes it more difficult for the for the government to persecute persecute people and if you then to sometimes somebody thing is what what what Cypher punks back in the day always used to say is always always encrypt your shopping list even there's nothing of importance because the more people who encrypt their email the harder the government has to look to find the important encrypted emails and so right try to use a VPN when I can even when I'm not I mean I don't do anything that in general should bring much attention to me but I try to do what I do. I mean I I smoke a lot of wheat what I do smoke like multiple. FBI Investigations you've been spent a year in that. I haven't done anything to cause it to happen. It's just it's it's not like I was actually out on the Internet the revolt for the law in New Hampshire to to basically legalize allies. We'd I mean none of my online. Activities are such that there's any legitimate reason for the governor looking yeah. Let me qualify child porn sites if I'm not doing child I'm not even doing the doing dark web on a regular basis I I don't care about copyrights. Not I mean I think copyright is a stupid idea but I'm not like intentionally out there uploading things and saying let's is break this copyright 'cause I don't care yeah so I'm going to sneak in a little coupon code year for anybody who does want to pick. VPN Service Service and I would have totally agree that more people using VPN in some respects is a good thing because it hides the people who are doing that actually protection a little bit if ever if only if only put that in quotes people use VPN or people who are potential victims of government well now you know if only there they'll know who to go after so everybody if more people who are doing more uninteresting to the government are using pin's well it makes it harder on the government to go after the people who are doing stuff that the government doesn't like so so coupon code is decrypted all caps. 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What might happen to 8chan? (The Daily Charge, 8/7/2019)
"Today on a special edition of the daily charge in the wake of catastrophe. What roles do social media video games and online communities play when ronald discourse. We're talking eight changed. Take good morning and welcome to cenex daily charge. It's wednesday august seventh on ben fox ruben <hes> oscar gonzalez. Let's take a look at today's story a mass shooting in el paso over the weekend thrust the site h chan into the news since authorities believe the shooter's alleged manifesto was posted on the site oscar. Lot's happened with each in over the last few days but let's start with some of the basics. What is h in what is it used for. Okay so what they call an image board where you start a if a thread using an image and you post various topics it's a spin off sort of of four chan is created in twenty thirteen by guy named frederick edrich brennan with the nickname he nickname hot wheels and he made it because he thought fortune was kind of being too authoritative. It was being too strict so so an image for that sounds that sounds innocent and now what's what's so bad about all this. The thing about is that they have a rule word. Don't break the law. That's the rule and they're very pro. Free sprees free speech they. It's just gotten when fortune kicks you out out. The those are the people that went to h in and that makes up a lot of people that are really if you put them all together and you make them anonymous. They have a a lot of things to say and it gets really loud there. Okay so get us up to speed on what happened with the site since the shooting started. Let's let's start off with cloudflare flare right so cloudplayer's as security platform so they are since you what protects us from getting attacked by de dos attacks where hackers <unk> attack them they pull their their <hes> pulled their sports and because of that it makes h h invulnerable and the following that's <hes> a channel stare hosting the register so everybody is just pulling support from japan to our site is down. Who knows what he'll come back up. Apparently there are looking to try and bring it back up but as right now it's still down and we'll see what happens okay so <hes> jim watkins ends who runs a started a youtube video yesterday where he was defending his sight and saying it works with law enforcement b._g. Gee let's listen to a little bit of this youtube video clearly political move to remove eight chen from cloudflare. It has forced a lot of people defined find other places to talk. It has dispersed peacefully assemble group of people talking this silence them effectively. So what do you make of his statements. I mean like that also sounds innocent enough that this is just people talking. Is that something that we should be taking at face value. He's putting a spin on it. The the fact is the manifesto estefania pass the shooter was posted on h n and it's the third one the <hes> christ church shooter the san diego synagogue. They posted there manifested. I was just well pittsburgh. I believe right no the san diego. Oh thank you okay and so it is it is haven where mass ah shooters have put on put what their plans are and people cheer them on from other users so he's trying to play it off as hey we just like free speech but there's more going on there and he's definitely trying to make it seemingly their victims so h has now gotten international all attention due to this i mean this is the third incident in which a manifesto has been posted on the site this year by the way this year this year so what is your expectation as as far as what might happen with the site. It seems to me at least that it's gotten enough attention that somebody out. There is going to find a way to help the site. Get back online. Does that make makes sense well if they do. They're gonna face <hes> a lot of backlash. <hes> especially from the public <hes> congress has now gotten involved there <hes> hustle representatives <hes> how <hes> homeland security homeland security committee sent a letter that they want. Jim watkins to speak for him yeah. He said he will really yeah. He's <hes>. He said he's coming back to america. He's based in the philippines. He said hey i got my phone. Number can call so that should be an interesting one. I'm sure we'll watch it very very much. So if congress is getting of if someone does support them <hes> they are taking a big risk now not only based on their own business. I mean revenue avenue security. I mean they're taking a huge risk and it's seems unlikely but who knows yeah well. Lastly president trump said the u._s. U._s. needs to curb violent video games to help stem mass shootings see an that's mark wrote a commentary piece rejecting this idea so please check it out this. This is certainly an interesting topic. Something raised pretty often after mass shooting so we wanted to get your take on average quickly. It's such a it. Common republican talking points after shooting <hes> aid was the first thing people are saying on fox news the following day. It's it's i just such a boring tactic and for mo- most video game community. It just makes our base is rural. We pay no mind okay. Thanks for joining us. Take us online. Let us know what you want to see on the show for the daily charge. I'm ben fox oscar gonzales. Thanks for us uh.
"cloudplayer" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"But when you have a monopoly when you're humongous company, the rules change you can't practice business the exact same way. Yeah. So to put this in perspective, the Xbox One marketplace's potentially thirty million devices, the IOS app stores, one billion devices. These, these things are not comparable. They're both big in their own way. I guess, but I mean the reason apple is coming under the scrutiny while is because they're almost absolutely illegal business practices. But is it's the size of the business. It's the scope. It's the impact that they can have on the world. That's why they're coming under scrutiny. He have to wonder if such an adult wasn't a little bit prescient. Dodging, this bullet by making sure that Microsoft plays. Nice with everybody. They don't they don't look like dominant monopoly, they're not trying to create an ecosystem play. They're trying to make the co system. Everybody else. That's a turns out. Yeah. Turns out to be a brilliant strategy. If if everybody's gonna get regulated. Yeah, I don't know if you had put the head time. There's an oracle story today, for example, you can almost make a wheel like here's a wheel of Microsoft's, former enemies like, what are the craziest companies that Microsoft can possibly partner with in the wheel? Let's go. A game. You know, oracle database, of course. It's crazy. It's it is so not the also don't think I don't think, though that the reason they're not being regulated this time is because they're being nice. I think it's because they're not a monopoly anywhere. They're not a monopoly anywhere. Yeah. Sure. Sure. Like I think it's just because they're, they're a strong cloudplayer the number two by most accounts. You know, they have they have eight hundred million windows devices. They don't have a.
"cloudplayer" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Life cycle for edge applications and devices, and then the third one is for future apps that I believe are hardware. Independent voice. Independent cloud. Independent. What are the set of API's that can be exposed in standardized? Right. Both on the southbound side of the drivers. And the physical interfaces as well as the northbound side, which is really around the cloud and the multi cloud infrastructure, right? And those three are technical like to technical one non is what elephant is intending to solve in previous episodes. We've done a lot of coverage over the dynamic between the quote, unquote, cloud and the edge. And this is a really interesting dynamic. You know, like, what kinds of processing do you do on the cloud? What do you want to do on the edge? You know, what are you going to do about the fact that you want to have this high bandwidth connection between these two places, but maybe there's intermittent bandwidth that the edge these kinds of things, but what I understood by reading about LFM edge, the the Lennox foundation's, edge computing, set of projects which will get into some detail, but the importance of the telecoms, and the fact that all of this processing or all of this. Data shuttling is is going across telecom infrastructure. Can you explain the role of the telecoms when it comes to the dynamic of edge computing? That's a brilliant question. Right. Because the moment we classify Najat. Nation requiring storage and compute close to it with a certain Bamut or of latency responsiveness. You do get into the physical barriers of how bitch travel, right? And so at this point what telecom edge or edge, cloud or smart edge, or what the does just to Manala. Jeez. Right. But really what we're talking about is a set of automated, compute storage and software infrastructure that is reciting either at the bottom of the bay stations or on a gateway in in in the basement of a building or our stadium or a little bit further out in a smart central office in a in a neighborhood. What telecoms bring to the table at three things they bring the location advantage. Right. They bring the latency advantage both because of location, but also because of technologies like five G, and they bring the mobility advantage. And what that means is if there's an application connected cars. Economist driving and fleet transportation being the perfect example, if the application requires low latency response with mobility, you do not an enterprise or a cloud provider will not be able to solve that. I so those are the three things why telecom is such a critical player in the edge compute space. And that's why we see a lot of collaboration between telecom players cloudplayer's an enterprise not players. That's that's the mission of elephants and who. Not to sound flippant who cares about this. Like if I'm a developer. Do I care like aren't I just like either? I'm a developer like building something for my factory. You know, my company owns factories. And I'm writing software for the factories or like, I'm maybe I'm writing software that is doing processing on data that has made its way from the factory into the cloud. But in either way, I I work for you know, a candy factory company. Why do I care about telecom infrastructure, or or is this is are these open source projects, which which we will get into our these open source projects are they only meant for the telecom. No, no, they're not meant for telecoms. That's the whole point the projects are bringing the Telecom's cloud and the enterprise were tickles, the dare developers and their use cases all together. Okay. So the three have to operate, in harmony the reason. Why a developer and enterprise cloud. There are telecom player should care, right. Is what you described as a analytics sitting in a factory going into a cloud. That's that's I am not today. That's not an edge. That's not an edge app..
"cloudplayer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"ESPN radio. Sportscenter. Chen rider in the NBA. The warriors who were straight wins ten of their last eleven they rolled out the one twenty to one eighteen at Golden State with thirty nine point seventy Sixers crush the Lakers one twenty three to one twenty. Joel Embiid forty seven points, fourteen rebounds, the plunge James guy, the triple double in a lot rally from fourteen down to the fourth beat the blazers one. Luca dodgers twenty nine rebounds. More dagley thirty two points from the kings one seventeen one zero four route up his sons the national down the hot one twenty four to one away. Lakers. President Magic Johnson says that the pelicans did negotiate in good faith from the time. Anthony Davis demands the trade became public until after the trade deadline passed magic network individual players. Just the state of Petit raw perfectible. Cloudplayer's got traded on Thursday. That's what allows players go via trade. Stay home. I'll talk to our guys. Toured hopefully. So the problem at the Lakers currently to an ad games. Batch of the clippers for the eighth and final spot in the west Celtics point guard. Kyrie Irving suffered a strained, right? Knee and Saturday nights last the clippers clubbing is day to day was a strain right knee reports. ESPN's? Who says football is over. You got a complete.
"cloudplayer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Kevin Durant is twenty eight point Steph curry with twenty-five everything else is a final seventy Sixers. No problem with the Lakers. One forty three to one twenty today in Philly. Joel Embiid thirty seven points, fourteen rebounds. The Mavericks come really by fourteen answering the fourth quarter beat the blazers one zero two one. Eight points, nine rebounds kings, hammer, the sons one seventeen and a one zero four rookie Morgan Bagley rewrite thirty two points in the magic the hawks one twenty four to one zero eight makers president Magic Johnson says that the pelicans negotiate good faith in the time. Anthony Davis demanded a trade until after the trade deadline passed Madge met with individual players to discuss the state of the team. We're all professionals. Forty years. Cloudplayer's got traded on Thursday. Yes. We don't have the next year. Of players. Go get traded. I talked to the place. That's all that matters toward hopefully to the playoffs. So that's a part of and Lakers. Curly, two and a half games. Back of the clippers for the eighth and final playoff spot in the west college basketball, number twelve Houston improves to twenty three and one after a sixty five fifty eight victory over twenty fifth ranked Cincinnati number twenty I would comes back to beat northwestern eighty to seventy nine the Hawkeyes came back from fifteen down in the second half. Coming up Monday will rewind all the action from the weekend like do for Jinnah rockets, thunder and.
"cloudplayer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"And stay with winners and not by falling knives Edwards. Life sciences just reported decent earnings yesterday and my heart smart to stick with my investment in life sciences. I like Edwards life sciences so much. I think that it is one of those that if it weren't so high say could go higher or get a bit. Now, the socks a little too hot. And get those guys are great. I love their products. I love what they do. But more important. So do doctors e w is a by Michael in New York, Michael is taking the call my man. Okay. Where do you where do you think the most long term value is in the cloud market? Which would you pick hitting another big expensive cloudplayer like you mentioned that yesterday or keeper stock like Cloudera not profitable yet? But just bought out its competition or that though is the security. It mentioning Cloudera because why because Cloudera just merged with Horton works at deal, just close. I think you might have an interesting stock there. I think that that stock is going to surprise people now yesterday, I went over the cloud kings, and I think the world then by the way, how about all the people who told you that you could not by proof point never we just kicked hearing that. There were worries worries worries we'll guess what group point reporter real good number and Gary Steele. He's money. Are let's focus for second year. We're in the midst of an ideal backdrop for stocks. So be ready to buy these. Look at that. Is that bad street? Okay. Everybody tonight, Beverly might be better known for romance and investing, but with the market posting its best January thirty years all tell you what if single for the month ahead, then Elliott magic name ways. They speak. Good at this goes, the stake EBay, and the company certainly took notice it's first ever dividend a few days later, although I think it was in the works, but isn't enough to satisfy the critics might surprise you. And it's been busier for ADP. What am I favor stocks with US employment on the rise sit down the what's ahead for the company? So stick with Kramer. Don't miss a second of mad money. Follow at Jim Cramer on Twitter. I have a question. Tweet.
"cloudplayer" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"Really efficient binary web protocol. We've got security. We've got discovery we know. Oh have object. Formats, you know, the Zola recently published up. Yeah. Whole set of objects semantic formats, really nice reusable we've got device management from lightweight unto him. It will main all open standards based on you know, basic internet, blue building blocks, we have them go out and use them. I think last year we really got that message through the people we've seen of his come together on that nearly putting those pieces together, you know, always season example of that kind of putting all the building blocks together and say, hey, there's here's different architectures where you can use internet standards. And I think that's a healthy thing to do. Now, the challenge this year's how do we get those standards to people? Right. Okay now. Traditionally embedded software hasn't worked like that. Right. And that off I been more. Like, hey, here's a chip and your some drivers using you need to go and put together, the pieces of your thing, whereas swimming your things really specialized so the same package of of building box won't work for everyone. Right. And so it's been very fragmented. You've had to piece together a security stack here zig stack here. And that hasn't really provided for scale. So the big trend. This year will be soccer ecosystem. So getting all that software in all those standards implemented in a way that people can get a hold of them. And that's that's kind of the problem. We're trying to solve an arm now focusing all our energy on. We've got you know, we're shipping over three billion cortex m that's our our term Mitchell or. Chips would our partners. Of course, we don't make chips, but Texas Instruments dies Admiral peeing all of our partners over three billion a year. How do we get all these standards to those chips? Right. That's a huge number of devices out there. We could just get the software technology everyone. Yeah. And these open, I guess these software ecosystems are going to be dependent on open standards awfully because you have to write the something. Yep. Any to get you have to get services working with your devices. And that's the other than thing that will happen is as we have the soccer systems available that standards are easily available to developers need that other part of the ecosystem, which is the cloudplayer's services that can host your data operators that can go easily build out network for you your infrastructure mum, you'll server platforms that can talk.
"cloudplayer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"Businesses Fata fi of by a cell or a whole? I think you hold it made me wait for the tencent music, kill the price stock comes down and then you pull the trigger. Let's go to Paul in Florida. Paul, Jim, thanks. Yeah, I got a question for you about Twitter. I really, I really respect your opinion and basically Twitter with being in the politics and whatever's going on with it right now. I'm taking a hit on it, and I was curious what your opinion is. But at forty five now it's what we don't care where come from. We care where it's going to. Now, the problem with Twitter's, I mentioned squawk on the street is that they keep they've had a series of reversals in terms of the number of people look at it. They've been cleaning up the accounts until they're finished the cleanup. I think stocks can remain under pressure to Amy, Amy. Jim, how are you? Good, Amy. How about you? Great. I'm calling actually day to a couple of things. I wanna thank you for all your health. Thank you. And I wanna say, yeah, I wanna say that dockage you today would be the highlight of my day. I love your show. Very. Yes. I mean, you make trading entertaining. Look, I wanna make it entertaining. One investing to be interesting that what you'll do the work and be a better investor just in case when I'm not here some time. So let me help what's up. Yeah. Well, my question today about ADT couple of weeks ago, I got it. After I heard about the integration with Amazon, Alexa, I had a five hope for this, but then plummeting only what about ten percents. So I don't know. What do you think you think I should old onto that? Just. On man. I'm not a fan of the stock why it was a busted deal. It's been going down there. Many people want to be in that business. So my take is I would cut my losses. I don't think there's a lot of upside to a t. one of the worst I've use of the season. I don't say it often, but Bob Dylan got it wrong. We do need a weatherman tail winds turn into headwinds, and you need to forget which is which before you pull the trigger or maybe tonight I've got a to do list for Larry Cole to get back in action. I'll tell you which boxes he needs to go off. Then we spent last week in San Francisco, talking about the trigger charts cloudplayer's most of which were down today, but how are the seven stocks berry? I'm going off the charts, find out and paychecks has been a won't winner for the show with the strong Connie stocks should be. Sorry, what is it saying about the economy on talking to the CEO? So stay with quite. Don't miss a second of mad money follow at Jim. Cramer on Twitter. I have a question. Tweet. Graver has tag mad tweets, sin, Jim Email to mad money at CNBC dot com or give us a call at one eight hundred seven, four, three CNBC is something Ed to.
"cloudplayer" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The ball Street Journal has reported that the company worked with the group that had ties with the Kremlin as well as various. The. US government agencies authorities in the US, state of Missouri say nine members of the same family were killed when an amphibious vehicles sank in stormy conditions a total of seventeen. People died when the duck boat capsized on table rob, make our North America correspondent James Cook reports diverse and other rescue. Workers have now recovered all seventeen bodies from the lake. Where the dock boat was struck by an intense, thunderstorm videos posted online show the craft slowly being driven back by the wind and swamped by waves before. It capsized and sank police say a one year old baby is among the dead, while the Missouri. Governor's office told the BBC that nine of the seventeen victims were from one family and the two other. Members of that family had survived investigators have appealed for witnesses. To send in their videos and we'll also examined why the duck boats on the. Water when a weather warning had been issued Israeli forces have carried out a series of attacks across the Gaza Strip after so Soldier was shot dead at, the border at least four Palestinians are reported to have. Been killed HAMAs which controls Gaza said both sides had now agreed to restore calm Cuba's national assemblies you to debate a new constitution today would recognize private property and introduce limits on presidential terms the current constitution, only recognizes state cooperative farm and joint venture property rights president. Miguel de s canal has indicated he, wants to preserve the socialist character of the Cuban revolution while boosting the stagnant economy The US film director James Gunn has been sacked by Disney for posting offensive messages on Twitter up to, ten years ago gun who was to direct the third guardians of the galaxy film. Has apologized for the messages which included jokes about rape and paedophilia Peterborough's reports from Los Angeles according to Allen horn the chairman of. Walt Disney studios the offensive attitudes and statements discovered on James guns Twitter feed were indefensible and inconsistent with the studios values. The director has apologized he said his words of nearly a decade ago were at the time totally failed and unfortunate efforts to, be provocative the posts which have since been deleted were brought to light by the conservative website the daily caller. And widely shared Mr. gun has been an outspoken critic of Donald Trump to. Men, have been charged with stealing bread book's worth about eight million dollars from the Carnegie library in Pittsburgh over twenty years Period the works include a copy of, psoriatic Newton's Principia Mathematica which is considered. One of the most important books in the history, of science that's the biggest, news now what are the weekend weather his Helen Willetts Chris thank. You, Hello there good morning we've got a splash, rain quite a rarity. At the moment the heat is back today England and wells will start the southern half of still got quite a bit of rain sorry quite a bit cloud around and certainly some drizzly rain but it should clear in the next hour so then it'll be a fine bright day, with more sunshine in yesterday and, temperatures will climb higher to the low to mid. Twenty s with the best of. The sunshine around the, case but in the. South east we could see twenty seven or twenty eight returning today they could with those sort of temperatures beat the, odds shop afternoon but they'll be very hit and miss Northern Ireland Scotland have quite. A bit of cloud this morning's whilst this mist and fog around generally but it's not cloudplayer's again it'll be more sunshine and yesterday. About nineteen to twenty two highs hey but we'll be rain returning to the final Reflect both Scotland and Northern Ireland later Now to the papers and the Daily Mail, and daily Express a scathing about Michelle Bonnie. As, criticism of Theresa May's Brexit fans now there's a surprise is the males response pointing. Out that these chief negotiator is concerned the proposal will give you k- firms. A competitive edge according to the. Spectator the prime minister's plan has failed it believes the checkers gambit could..
"cloudplayer" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever
"Yeah that jury said it over here now i it's more or less way dines this company that got attacked back they're like those nineteen fifties photos of women plugging in different things for the telephones connecting people and that's more or less how it works but when you go through like the default dns method of finding what you're looking for on a laptop or on the phone it doesn't provide a lot of privacy with what's happening on there so say for rising maybe tracked healing yourself and paying what happens with neutrality while that could change too so company cloudplayer that does cyber security you can use their demeaning server directory and what that means is you just change a couple of numbers on the settings on your phone or on your laptop and you go through their services opposed to just like this kind of open air net and you get this kind of private tunnel to get to everything the crazy thing that made me keep it was actually works faster because the day is not getting tripped up into accessing everything through that system then yes so they're kind of creating more or less a tunnel between you and what you want to end up that that's not as permeable as it would be otherwise what does that entail do you turn the app on every time you turn a phone onto the run in the background is where i think i might lose you guys it's just a little bit more of him the ass and like downloading an app and turning it on l i say this is like a difficult it looks way more intimidating than ice notary say you're on an apple computer you go the settings and then go to network and then you have your wifi connection whatever you're going to hit advanced and then across the top or these initial 'isms that are really scary forget all that find the dns ones.