EMC’s CIO Vic Bhagat was recently named to CIO Magazine’s “CIO 100 List” for his work in leveraging Big Data and business analytics initiatives to provide the company’s business units with advanced, on-demand analytics capabilities that drive agility and value for EMC. He sat down with Michael Cucchi, Pivotal’s Sr. Director of Product Marketing, to discuss their challenges and accomplishments.
September was a big month for data science news, with discussion about how the discipline can be applied to social good projects, and a number of fascinating case studies about how it is being leveraged by hot social web properties such as Facebook, Uber, and eHarmony. Here's our roundup of the biggest data science news of the month, both from Pivotal and the wider industry.
As Josh McKenty joins Pivotal, he shares with us his journey in IT that led him to the OpenStack years, where he helped shape OpenStack both for open source as well as the commercialized hardened OpenStack product offered by Piston, a company he founded. With OpenStack firm on its course, McKenty shares with us why he is taking this opportunity to climb "up the stack" and join Pivotal and our Cloud Foundry team as a field CTO.
This post summarizes where to find Pivotal at JavaOne. Come see us at booth number 5201 for demos on the internet of things, Hadoop, microservices architectures, PaaS, and more. Sessions will cover running Spring in the cloud, open source identity and access management, security, REST, IDEs, APIs, and more.
As rumored early last week, today Oracle made news about its latest effort in the platform-as-a-service (PaaS) market, its third such announcement in as many years. Pivotal would like to acknowledge this milestone for Oracle and invite them to join us and other industry leaders like IBM, Intel, HP, SAP, Rackspace, VMware, CenturyLink, Docker, EMC, Accenture, CapGemini, BNY Mellon, Swisscom, NTT and Verizon (among many others) and become a member of the Cloud Foundry Foundation. By doing so, Oracle will join a growing ecosystem of companies that are united around the common goal of meeting the evolving needs of customers and giving them the necessary tools to innovate in an era of open technology. We hope Oracle will embrace an open approach to PaaS, working with our existing (and growing) community to help bring the power of PaaS to more enterprises around the world.
Pivotal CF 1.3 is now generally available, complete with new capabilities that make it easier for enterprise IT to arm their developers with a Platform as a Service (PaaS) in their data center while gaining the security, high availability and governance that IT desires. This post describes the highlights of this release including multiple availability zones; multiple networks; security groups; on-demand access to enterprise Hadoop; dynamically updated usage reports, application status, events and logs; and introducing 4 new languages for internationalization and localization.
In this guest post, DreamFactory shares how their open source REST API platform can now be installed on Pivotal Web Services as an application, helping developers to build front-end applications on their local machines and then push the required mobile back-end infrastructure services onto PWS for reliable, scalable and affordable PaaS hosting. DreamFactory cites that they chose to offer their app on PWS because it results in the ideal experience for their customers, including simplicity in operations and deployment. The post includes an easy HOWTO get DreamFactory running on your PWS instance.
The API Gateway is one of the products available on the Pivotal CF Mobile Services. It allows developers to easily create edge gateways proxy calls between devices and your organization internal services. One of the benefits of using an edge gateway is that you can perform all of the above without having to modify internal services. In this post, we will show how easy is to implement a rate limiting edge gateway service using Pivotal’s API Gateway and Redis.
Today Pivotal is announcing the release of Pivotal GemFire 8, part of Pivotal Big Data Suite. This is the first major release of GemFire since it became part of the Pivotal portfolio. Born from the experience of working with over 3000 of the largest in-memory data grid projects out there, including China Railways, GIRE, and Southwest Airlines, Pivotal focused on the needs of the most demanding enterprises for this release: more scale, more resilience, and more developer APIs. The result is a significant enhancement for developers looking to take their big data NoSQL apps to massive scale. This post covers what’s new, sorted by the 5 areas that GemFire does best in the industry: