vSoup worried that RightScale is trying to steal their mojo.
By Christian Mohn
April 10, 2014
Bergen, Norway – Milton Keynes, UK – Zürich, CH – The attention of the vSoup Podcast has been drawn to the fact that RightScale acknowledges it’s existence to the point where vSoup is being used as an internal term in their organization. The vSoup Podcast wishes to state that it has no prior knowledge about this and was not aware of any known usage of the term beyond it’s original intention.
While the vSoup Podcast acknowledges that the name is brilliant, there are worries that the incorrect usage of the vSoup term might lead to confusion and cloudification of it’s good name and reputation. The vSoup Podcast therefore wishes to clearly state that the term was coined, and subsequently used, by a group of three individuals with no prior podcasting experience. The first episode of vSoup was released in January 2011, which clearly pre-dates any usage on RightScale’s behalf.
The vSoup Podcast, recently voted the second best virtualization podcast in the world, is a fairly regular podcast that to date has released an astonishing 45 episodes of mostly virtualization related content.
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