The older and larger the company, the more difficult it is to adapt to today’s software development environment. This was the experience of the eighty-five-year-old company CenturyLink, a global communications, hosting, cloud and IT services giant. As a result, the Louisiana-based company partnered with Pivotal to enable cloud innovation with Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
As a preview of an upcoming book on Cloud Native Java, co-author Josh Long, who is collaborating with Kenny Bastani, shares an excerpt on building cloud native applications with Spring and Cloud Foundry. This section of the book focuses on moving existing legacy applications to run on Cloud Foundry.
In this post, Pivotal’s Michael Coté, recaps a recent article on ROI that he wrote for FierceDevOps. Importantly, he poses a question that is often the elephant in the room. Can we really generate a reasonable, ROI-based business case for DevOps? The argument makes sense. How can we put a return on such a comprehensive culture and process change?
Pivotal enterprise architect, Alexey Grishchenko joins the podcast to discuss the evolution from traditional data architectures, through advanced, Lambda and streaming architectures. He also explains how modern data stores like MPP, Apache Hadoop®, and in memory data stores fit into these modern data architectures.
CoreLogic, an industry-leading, $1.4 billion software, data, and analytics company has reinvented the way it develops software with Pivotal. Pivotal Cloud Foundry is providing a way to automate development and deployment, reduce risk, and increase time to market. Pivotal Labs has helped the company re-invent its culture—one that is now based on agile, innovative practices surrounded by DevOps practices.
Our customers achieve the greatest business outcome when they take on digital transformation—not just implementing software or delivering a project—but taking the learnings from a smaller, collaborative IT and business team then expanding the approach to become a true software and data-driven company. This week, we are announcing the leader of our transformation practice at Pivotal Labs. One the most influential women in Bay Area business, Siobhan McFeeney will be leading the group and helping our customers achieve a greater impact to their top and bottom line—all by optimizing their use of Pivotal solutions.
Last week’s annual O'Reilly Open Source Convention in Portland was a hotbed of discussion on cloud-native application development, engineering culture and open software collaboration. Topics ranged from technical innovations in container orchestration and microservices, to the economic and cultural changes behind recent record growth in open-source collaboration among organizations. Check out our 10 favorite quotes from the event.
In this episode, Pivotal Perspective's podcast host Simon Elisha speaks with Sarah Aerni, Pivotal's principal data scientist who leads our Healthcare and Life Sciences vertical. In the podcast, we explore with Sarah some of the work she's been doing in healthcare and life science, and how that looks from a data science perspective.
In part one of this five blog series, Dan Baskette, Pivotal Director of Marketing for Data and Analytics, quickly explains the impact of SQL performance on Hadoop and tees up the overall findings of an unaudited TPC-DS performance test, comparing Pivotal HAWQ, Apache Hive™, and Impala. He begins by explaining how speed, quality, completeness, and query effectiveness are important considerations in the world of SQL on Hadoop. Then, he outlines overall test results, testing environments, and requirements.
At OSCON this week the organizers reported over 30 talks submitted this year on Microservices topics, up from only one last year from the Pivotal team. As the leader in Cloud Native Java with Spring Boot/Cloud and Cloud Native Platforms with Cloud Foundry Pivotal has been situated in the crossroads of microservices, continuous delivery, and multi-cloud portability since its founding in 2013.