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  • Cloud-Native Fundamentals: Accelerating Development with Continuous Integration
    Cloud-Native Fundamentals: Accelerating Development with Continuous Integration Dormain Drewitz & James Ma, Pivotal Recorded: May 17 2018 62 mins
    DevOps. Microservices. Containers. These terms have a lot of buzz for their role in cloud-native application development and operations. But, if you haven't automated your tests and builds with continuous integration (CI), none of them matter.

    Continuous integration is the automation of building and testing new code. Development teams that use CI can catch bugs early and often; resulting in code that is always production ready. Compared to manual testing, CI eliminates a lot of toil and improves code quality. At the end of the day, it's those code defects that slip into production that slow down teams and cause apps to fall over.

    The journey to continuous integration maturity has some requirements. Join Pivotal's James Ma, product manager for Concourse, and Dormain Drewitz, product marketing to learn about:

    - How Test-Driven Development feeds the CI process
    - What is different about CI in a cloud-native context
    - How to measure progress and success in adopting CI

    Dormain is a Senior Director of Product and Customer Marketing with Pivotal. She has published extensively on cloud computing topics for ten years, demystifying the changing requirements of the infrastructure software stack. She’s presented at the Gartner Application Architecture, Development, and Integration Summit; Open Source Summit; Cloud Foundry Summit, and numerous software user events.

    James Ma is a product manager at Pivotal and is based out of their office in Toronto, Canada. As a consultant for the Pivotal Labs team, James worked with Fortune 500 companies to hone their agile software development practices and adopt a user-centered approach to product development. He has worked with companies across multiple industries including: mobile e-commerce, finance, heath and hospitality. James is currently a part of the Pivotal Cloud Foundry R&D group and is the product manager for Concourse CI, the continuous "thing do-er".
  • InfoSec: Evolve Thyself to Keep Pace in the Age of DevOps
    InfoSec: Evolve Thyself to Keep Pace in the Age of DevOps Fernando Montenegro, 451 Research, Justin Smith and Jared Ruckle, Pivotal Recorded: Apr 26 2018 60 mins
    Companies going through digital transformation initiatives need their IT organizations to support an increased business tempo. While DevOps practices have helped IT increase their pace to keep up with market dynamics, security teams still need to follow suit.

    InfoSec practitioners must modernize their practices to realize efficiencies in some of their most burdensome processes, like patching, credential management, and compliance.

    By embracing a ‘secure by default’ posture security teams can position themselves as enabling innovation rather than hindering it.

    Join Pivotal’s Justin Smith and guest speaker, Fernando Montenegro from 451 Research, in a conversation about how security can enable innovation while maintaining best security practices. They will examine best practices and cultural shifts that are required to be secure by default, as well as the role processes and platforms play in this transition.


    SPEAKERS:
    Guest Speaker: Fernando Montenegro, Senior Analyst, Information Security, 451 Research
    Justin Smith, Chief Security Officer for Product, Pivotal
    Jared Ruckle, Product Marketing Manager, Pivotal
  • Java Is Great … on Microsoft Azure?  See Newest Tools For Spring Boot Developers
    Java Is Great … on Microsoft Azure? See Newest Tools For Spring Boot Developers Richard Seroter, Pivotal & Asir Vedamuthu Selvasingh, Microsoft Recorded: Apr 12 2018 61 mins
    We get it. You think of Microsoft Azure as the place to run your .NET applications. Microsoft and Pivotal have worked hard to make sure that Spring Boot applications get a first-class experience too.

    From new Spring Boot starters to handy Visual Studio Code extensions, Microsoft is making it easier to build cloud-ready Spring Boot apps. And whether those are functions, streaming apps, or web apps, Microsoft offers runtime support.

    Join Richard from Pivotal and Asir from Microsoft as they walk through all the exciting product updates. They’ll demonstrate the latest tooling, and show off running apps in both Microsoft Azure and Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) atop Azure.

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  • Accelerate Digital Transformation with Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Azure
    Accelerate Digital Transformation with Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Azure Martin McVay, Platform Architect EMEA, Pivotal & Ruediger Schickhaus, Global Black Belt, Microsoft Recorded: Apr 12 2018 56 mins
    Enterprises are looking to leverage the flexibility and elasticity of Azure Cloud to support their business critical applications.

    Join us to understand how Pivotal Cloud Foundry running on Azure Cloud can dramatically improve developer productivity, accelerate time-to-market, provide feedback loops, and streamline Day 2 operations for improved efficiency and heightened platform security.
  • Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.1: Making Transformation Real
    Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.1: Making Transformation Real Jared Ruckle & Pieter Humphrey, Pivotal Recorded: Mar 22 2018 59 mins
    The Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) platform has expanded and now includes a family of products to rapidly deliver apps, containers and functions. This evolution reflects today's IT reality — you need to use the right abstraction for each scenario.

    Join us for a discussion of PCF 2.1: the first release that includes updates to the PCF family:Pivotal Application Service (PAS), Pivotal Container Service (PKS), Pivotal Function Service (PFS), and the Services Marketplace.

    PCF 2.1 release highlights include: PAS for Windows, PKS 1.0, Steeltoe 2.0, Spring Cloud Data Flow for PCF 1.0, and much more. We'll also discuss a slew of highlights to PAS, including essential enhancements to Operations Manager, security, routing, and built-in services.
  • Cloud-Native Data: What data questions to ask when building cloud-native apps
    Cloud-Native Data: What data questions to ask when building cloud-native apps Prasad Radhakrishnan, Platform Architecture for Data at Pivotal and Dave Nielsen, Head of Ecosystem Programs at Redis Labs Recorded: Mar 15 2018 64 mins
    While a number of patterns and architectural guidelines exist for cloud-native applications, a discussion about data often leads to more questions than answers. For example, what are some of the typical data problems encountered, why are they different, and how can they be overcome?

    Join Prasad Radhakrishnan from Pivotal and Dave Nielsen from Redis Labs as they discuss:

    - Expectations and requirements of cloud-native data
    - Common faux pas and strategies on how you can avoid them
  • Replatform your Teradata to a Next-Gen Cloud Data Platform in Weeks, Not Years
    Replatform your Teradata to a Next-Gen Cloud Data Platform in Weeks, Not Years Mike Waas, Founder & CEO Datometry, Inc., Derek Comingore, Data Engineering & Analytics Champion, Pivotal Software, Inc. Recorded: Mar 14 2018 54 mins
    Listen to key experts from Pivotal and Datometry on how your enterprise can migrate from a Teradata Data Warehouse to a next generation analytical platform in a matter of weeks, not years. Do this by using Greenplum, an open source, multi-cloud database solution along with Datometry’s category-defining data warehouse virtualization technology.

    Join us and learn:

    - How to gain significant economic and innovation benefits by moving to Pivotal Greenplum, a modern, multi-cloud data platform built for advanced analytics

    - When to eliminate the re-writing of Teradata applications using Datometry data warehouse virtualization technology and reducing migration costs by up to 90%

    - How to protect and expand your original data warehouse investment with new machine learning, geospatial, text, graph, and other innovative use cases

    Speakers:
    Mike Waas, Founder & CEO Datometry, Inc.
    Mike is one of the world’s top domain experts on database research. He has held key engineering positions at Microsoft, Amazon, Greenplum, EMC, and Pivotal where he worked on some of the commercially most successful database systems. Mike has authored or co-authored more than 35 publications and holds 24 patents on data management.

    Derek Comingore, Data Engineering & Analytics Champion, Pivotal Software, Inc.
    Derek is a passionate internationally recognized champion of data engineering and analytics. Derek serves as a regional anchor and pre-sales lead for Pivotal Data. Prior to Pivotal, Derek founded and sold an MPP systems integrator firm that catered to the Fortune 500.

    Thank you in advance for joining us.
  • How to Overcome Data Challenges When Refactoring Monoliths to Microservices
    How to Overcome Data Challenges When Refactoring Monoliths to Microservices Kenny Bastani, Pivotal and Jason Mimick, MongoDB Recorded: Feb 28 2018 62 mins
    When taking existing monoliths and decomposing their components into new microservices, the most critical concerns have much less to do with the application code and more to do with handling data.

    In this webinar, Kenny Bastani from Pivotal and Jason Mimick from MongoDB will focus on various methods of strangling a monolith’s ownership of domain data by transitioning the system of record over time. The new system of record, MongoDB, will fuel rapidly built and deployed microservices which companies can leverage for new revenue streams.

    They will use practices from Martin Fowler’s Strangler Application to slowly strangle domain data away from a legacy system into cloud-native MongoDB clusters using microservices built with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud.


    Speakers:
    Kenny Bastani is a Spring developer advocate at Pivotal. As a passionate blogger and open source contributor, Kenny engages a community of passionate developers on topics ranging from graph databases to microservices. Kenny is a co-author of Cloud Native Java: Designing Resilient Systems with Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Cloud Foundry from O’Reilly.

    Jason Mimick is the Technical Director for Partners at MongoDB developing new product and technical innovations with a number of companies. He's been at MongoDB nearly 4 years and previously spent the last 20-odd years in various engineering positions at Intersystems, Microsoft, and other companies.
  • The Math Behind (and Beyond) Digital Transformation
    The Math Behind (and Beyond) Digital Transformation Guest Speaker Jon Erickson, Forrester and Dormain Drewitz, Pivotal Recorded: Feb 27 2018 67 mins
    Measuring the value of a platform on your organization can be difficult, and communicating it can be even more so. The first step is figuring out what you should measure, next is evaluating the impact of the platform using quantifiable and qualifiable results, and finally, communicating the tangible outcomes to your organization.

    Understanding this, Pivotal commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study that examined both the quantifiable and qualifiable results that Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) has had on customer organizations.

    Using a stringent methodology, Forrester highlights some of the benefits that Pivotal customers realized in areas such as:

    - Operational efficiency
    - Increased developer productivity
    - Decreased downtime / higher quality software
    - Shortened release cycles

    Join Pivotal’s Dormain Drewitz, and special guest Jon Erickson, vice president and director of Forrester's Total Economic Impact practice, as they dig into the metrics and results of the TEI study about Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
  • 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.

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