Starting Monday, November 30, the Cloud Foundry and Java Spring teams will be visiting Minneapolis, Columbus, Philadelphia, New York City and Washington, D.C.—wrapping up by December 17. If you want to learn more about DevOps, Docker, Cloud Foundry, Lattice, Cloud Native Java, Spring Boot & Spring Cloud, and NetflixOSS, then join us at any of the seven meetups.
One of the great things about Pivotal Cloud Foundry® (PCF) is how easy it is for 3rd parties to add in new capabilities. In particular, by using the Operations Manager to easily import, install and expose new services to users of the platform. In this episode, host Simon Elisha look at some of the new services available including products for source control, artifact repositories, log management and more.
Flo for Spring XD is an incredibly powerful tool with a graphical canvas and DSL access. This first production-ready release adds batch workflows while addressing the most prominent challenges presented by Spring XD users since the beta process. Ultimately, Flo makes integration easier, improves the speed and quality of development, and addresses organizational needs. This post provides a background on Flo, explains the challenges it addresses, reviews the Flo solution and features then talks about the journey ahead. Documentation and videos included.
In this episode, host Coté once again chats with Andrew Clay Shafer about the sundry challenges of transforming to a Cloud Native enterprise. They cover the changing focus we're seeing among Pivotal customers: moving up the stack from infrastructure to the application layers. Then they discuss the difficulties of handling the data layer, and wrap-up with some change management tactics for getting the "rank and file" inspired and bought into the Cloud Native lifestyle.
Welcome to the November 2015 edition of the Build Newsletter. For this edition, we start out with the big Dell acquisition news, talk about our donation of 5 million lines of code to open source, discuss unicorns and disruption, and provide a huge list of Cloud Native development updates.
In this post, Greg Turnquist explains how Pivotal and Netflix are collaborating around Spinnaker, the Cloud Native continuous delivery platform just launched by Netflix. Additional Spinnaker details are provided, explaining goals, deployment approaches, its support for Cloud Foundry and other providers, architecture components, and processing steps.
In the healthcare industry, big data management is becoming more and more of a high priority. This webinar is presented by executives from Pivotal, Attunity, and WellCare, a joint customer. In it, there are a number of industry data points shared—covering reporting at scale, using real-time data, where Apache Hadoop™ and massively parallel SQL on Hadoop systems fit, and more. WellCare also shares the story of their journey to improve mission-critical query times from 30 to seven days.
It is an exciting time for customers using data-related software—with more data being processed an analysed than ever. To do this effectively you need some heavy duty technology. And one of the best for a long time has been the Pivotal Greenplum Database. Now, this database is available as open source—giving customers even more flexibility, and enabling a flourishing community of developers and contributors. In this episode, host Simon Elisha explores more about what this means and how you can be a part of it.
Pivotal has partnered with the Napa Valley Film Festival this year to sponsor the screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, an important important documentary that illustrates the challenges that exist today for women and minorities in technology, and what the future ramifications of this gap will bring. Join us at the festival, which kicks off this Wednesday, November 11, and will feature 125 new, independent films through Sunday, November 15.
Pivotal is expanding our partner support. With data and analytics becoming a key differentiator for successful businesses, enterprises and start-ups alike are increasingly building scale-out big data platforms. Pivotal is expanding our presence in Denver to increase the amount of hardware platforms we are certified with, helping to reduce risk and increase the time to value for our customers. Read more about this new capability and how to participate. Also, did we mention that we are hiring in Denver?