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  • It’s Not Just Request/Response: Understanding Event-driven Microservices
    It’s Not Just Request/Response: Understanding Event-driven Microservices Cornelia Davis, Sr. Director of Technology at Pivotal Recorded: Feb 7 2018 63 mins
    Why all of the recent buzz around event-driven architectures? Software solutions have implemented event-driven patterns for some time, using message brokers such as RabbitMQ or ActiveMQ. Use of these message brokers is so ubiquitous that every J2EE platform such as WebSphere or WebLogic embeds one.

    What is new is that we are reexamining event-driven approaches in the context of microservices. On the one hand, microservices don’t change things too much—the scenarios that called for message queuing in the past remain. Where eventing starts to get interesting is when we start applying it to scenarios we once used a request/response model. We can turn the processing on its head by propagating events through a network of microservices. Doing so can yield more autonomous microservices and more resilient systems.

    In this session Cornelia Davis, Senior Director of Technology at Pivotal will examine this approach, describing the architectural tenets and analyzing the benefits and tradeoffs. By the end of this webinar, you will have some very concrete techniques that you can immediately put into practice.
  • Secrets of Successful Digital Transformers
    Secrets of Successful Digital Transformers Dormain Drewitz Recorded: Jan 11 2018 54 mins
    Call it Younger Sibling Syndrome: You study the successes and failures of those who came before. You replicate the wins. You limit the failures. You capitalize on the experience of pioneers and trailblazers.

    Digital transformation is no different. Over half of the Fortune 500 is already using Cloud Foundry® as part of their digital transformation strategy. Where have they succeeded? How can you replicate? What will you need?

    Wherever you are on your digital transformation journey, learn from your predecessors. In this talk, Dormain Drewitz distills the experiences of Fortune 500 companies using Cloud Foundry. Attend this session to learn more about the patterns around strategies, processes, and team-level tactics.
  • Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.0: A First Look
    Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.0: A First Look Pieter Humphrey & Jared Ruckle, Pivotal Recorded: Dec 19 2017 64 mins
    Join Jared Ruckle and Pieter Humphrey for a view into Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) 2.0 capabilities with demos and expert Q&A. See how the platform enables:

    DEVELOPER PRODUCTIVITY
    - Accelerate feature delivery with an updated application runtime to speed innovation.

    OPERATOR EFFICIENCY
    - Run all of your apps on the highly automated Pivotal Cloud Foundry platform. Deploy in your data center or the public cloud.

    COMPREHENSIVE SECURITY
    - Reduce risk across your app portfolio. Protecting systems and customer data using Pivotal’s 3 Rs of security: repair, repave, and rotate.

    HIGH AVAILABILITY
    - Deliver enterprise SLAs at scale. Keep customer-facing systems online under even the most challenging circumstances.

    Learn about the updates during this online event to understand why brand leaders continue to choose PCF as the leading multi-cloud platform.
  • Messaging for Cloud-Native and Migrated Apps: What’s New with RabbitMQ for PCF
    Messaging for Cloud-Native and Migrated Apps: What’s New with RabbitMQ for PCF Greg Chase, David Histon, Wayne Lund Recorded: Oct 26 2017 64 mins
    Developers choose RabbitMQ for messaging between scalable microservices. It acts as a bridge to facilitate communication between replatformed or migrated applications and other legacy systems. In this webinar, we’ll review these common use cases and patterns.

    We’ll then introduce the new features of RabbitMQ and RabbitMQ for Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF), and explain how they can add scale and resiliency. Finally we’ll discuss the roadmap for both RabbitMQ and RabbitMQ for PCF.

    Our agenda includes:
    - Introduction of RabbitMQ and RabbitMQ for PCF
    - RabbitMQ patterns for microservices messaging
    - RabbitMQ patterns for application replatforming and migration
    - New features of RabbitMQ and RabbitMQ for PCF
    - How to use on-demand clusters of RabbitMQ for PCF
    - Roadmap for RabbitMQ and RabbitMQ for PCF

    We thank you in advance for joining us.
    The Pivotal Team
  • Continuous Delivery: Fly the Friendly CI in Pivotal Cloud Foundry with Concourse
    Continuous Delivery: Fly the Friendly CI in Pivotal Cloud Foundry with Concourse Greg Chase, James Ma, Topher Bullock, Pivotal Recorded: Oct 25 2017 50 mins
    Concourse is an open source continuous integration (CI) system designed for agile development teams. It supports developers that practice test-driven development and continuous delivery (CD) by automating a teams build-to-release process inclusive of all automated testing.

    Concourse provides dependable results for each build run. It allows agile development teams to deliver business value at a much higher velocity. It allows teams to treat every code commit as if it’s about to be deployed to production.

    In this webinar, we’ll talk about how teams’ practice agile development in relation to developing, testing and deploying apps in Cloud Foundry. We’ll also cover the role that Concourse plays in aiding high velocity delivery of applications.

    Our agenda includes:
    - What is CI / CD and how do these practices fit into Pivotal's development practices
    - Overview of Concourse and how it differs from other CI / CD systems
    - Why Pipelines are useful for continuously delivering apps to Pivotal Cloud Foundry
    - Why containers are useful for continuously delivering apps to Pivotal Cloud Foundry
    - Examples of how these concepts work in practice
    - How to get started using Concourse to continuously deliver value

    We thank you in advance for joining us.
    The Pivotal Team
  • How to Scale Operations for a Multi-Cloud Platform using PCF
    How to Scale Operations for a Multi-Cloud Platform using PCF Greg Chase, James Ma, Caleb Washburn, Pivotal Recorded: Oct 11 2017 60 mins
    What’s in a cloud platform? Turns out, often several clouds! Companies automate operations in a cloud by treating all components as commodities. However, at enterprise- scale, different business requirements dictate deploying multiple clouds including:
    - Hybrid infrastructures and multiple cloud providers
    - Compliance with country privacy laws and different security standards
    - Specialization requests

    The most advanced Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) customers engineer their entire cloud platform, including their multitude of PCF instances, as a product. They create pervasive automation, treat their infrastructure as code, and continuously test and update their platform with delivery pipelines.

    In this webinar we’ll discuss how companies are scaling operations of their multi-cloud platforms with Pivotal Cloud Foundry.

    We’ll cover:
    - Why enterprises deploy multiple clouds
    - What operational challenges this causes
    - How PCF customers are applying DevOps techniques and tools to platform automation
    - An idealized tool stack for a engineering a multi-cloud platform at scale
    - How to improve your platform engineering

    We thank you in advance for joining us.
    The Pivotal Team
  • Upgrade your InfoSec, Ops and Dev teams with PCF 1.12
    Upgrade your InfoSec, Ops and Dev teams with PCF 1.12 Jared Ruckle & Pieter Humphrey, Pivotal Recorded: Sep 20 2017 57 mins
    Join us for a look at Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.12. This latest version includes many features to help enterprise InfoSec teams to run their modern applications more securely.

    We will also discuss small footprint ERT, more tools for Windows operators and Steeltoe.

    Thank you in advance for joining us.
    The Pivotal Team
  • Tame the Beast: Rapidly Build, Deploy, Reuse, and Govern Microservices
    Tame the Beast: Rapidly Build, Deploy, Reuse, and Govern Microservices Kamala Dasika, Pivotal, Sandeep Singh Kohli, Mulesoft and Jesus De Oliveira, Mulesoft Recorded: Sep 19 2017 52 mins
    Microservice architectures enable development teams to bring new features and updates to market faster. But enterprises adopting microservices also experience common challenges like service redundancy, duplication, and not being able to connect to existing databases and SaaS tools easily. With an increasing number of services across the organization, visibility and governance become even more critical for IT.

    In this webinar, we will cover how Pivotal and Mulesoft are addressing these challenges with a modern application development and operations environment so that application developers can remain focused on generating value for customers, and operators can deploy, monitor, and scale their apps faster.

    Topics include how you can:

    * Rapidly build and deliver scalable, resilient microservices and applications implementing distributed system patterns

    * Easily catalogue, discover, and consume your microservices

    * Quickly connect your microservices to legacy or SaaS applications

    * Analyze API metrics and manage appropriate policies to govern interaction patterns across the services/APIs landscape
  • How to Apply Design Patterns & Practices to Cloud-Native Application Development
    How to Apply Design Patterns & Practices to Cloud-Native Application Development Cornelia Davis, Senior Director of Technology at Pivotal Recorded: Sep 7 2017 63 mins
    Cloud-native applications are characterized by highly distributed topologies consisting of many relatively small components (yup, usually called microservices). But the thing that sets them apart even more from the previous generation of apps is that they are expected to function flawlessly even while the environment they are running in is constantly changing, or even failing.

    All of this requires applying a new set of design patterns and practices and this webinar will introduce the most important ones. The Twelve Factor App (12factor.net) is a high-level articulation of some of these techniques that you may well have heard of, but its descriptions are relatively dense and the industry knowledge has evolved a fair bit since its publication.

    Cornelia Davis, Senior Director of Technology at Pivotal, will share best practices for cloud-native applications and clear some of the mystery that shrouds 12-factor today. At the conclusion, attendees will understand what is needed for cloud-native applications, as well as why and how to deliver on those requirements.
  • Learn How to Operationalize IoT Apps on Pivotal Cloud Foundry
    Learn How to Operationalize IoT Apps on Pivotal Cloud Foundry Chris Rawles, Data Scientist and Jeff Kelly, Pivotal Recorded: Aug 15 2017 42 mins
    The Internet of Things (IoT) holds promise for both consumers and enterprises alike. To succeed, any IoT project must concern itself with how to ingest machine and sensor data, how to build actionable models, and how to react to the output of models in real-time.

    Join Pivotal Data Scientist Chris Rawles, as he illustrates how to build and operationalize an IoT application running on Pivotal Cloud Foundry that scores and reacts to streaming data in real-time. In this webinar, you will learn how to:

    - Collect streaming IoT data
    - Build and train machine learning models in real-time
    - Score streaming data in real-time in an application

    We look forward to having you join us.

    The Pivotal Team

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