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  • Why Your Digital Transformation Strategy Demands Middleware Modernization
    Why Your Digital Transformation Strategy Demands Middleware Modernization
    Rohit Kelapure, Pivotal, Joel Thimsen, Perficient & Jeff Kelly, Pivotal (Host) Recorded: Jan 10 2019 63 mins
    Your current middleware platform is costing you more than you think. It wasn't designed to support high-velocity software releases and frequent iteration of applications—prerequisites for success in today’s world. A new, modern approach to middleware is needed that enables both developer productivity and operational efficiency.

    Join Pivotal’s Rohit Kelapure and Perficient’s Joel Thimsen as they discuss:

    - The limitations of traditional middleware
    - The benefits of middleware modernization
    - Your options for modernization, including a cloud-native platform
    - Tips for overcoming some common challenges

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  • Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.4: A First Look
    Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.4: A First Look
    Dan Baskette, Director, Technical Marketing, Jared Ruckle, Principal Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Dec 19 2018 40 mins
    Join Dan Baskette and Jared Ruckle for a view into Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) 2.4 capabilities with demos and expert Q&A. We’ll review the latest features for Pivotal’s flagship app platform, including the following:

    - Native zero downtime push and native zero downtime restarts
    - Dynamic egress policies
    - Operations Manager updates
    - Zero downtime stack updates to cflinuxfs3
    - Zero downtime OS updates
    - New pathways protected by TLS
    - New scanning tools to assist with compliance

    Plus much more!
  • Why Hybrid Cloud Demands Consistency
    Why Hybrid Cloud Demands Consistency
    Thomas Squeo, CTO, West Corp, Dave Bartoletti, VP, Forrester & Andrew Zeller, Sr. Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Dec 5 2018 60 mins
    Companies have realized that hybrid cloud adoption approaches better meet their needs for various reasons including increased developer velocity, improved infrastructure efficiency, and high availability/stability.

    But to take advantage of all hybrid cloud has to offer, companies must leverage consistent platforms, services, and tools across their hybrid cloud “continuum” to build and deploy new apps, modernize existing apps, and drive up infrastructure efficiency. Business stakeholders, development teams, and IT teams will benefit from a hybrid cloud approach that offers consistent services, tools, security, and operations wherever they choose to build, modernize, or deploy applications.

    Join Pivotal’s John Allwright, with special guests Thomas Squeo of West Corp and Dave Bartoletti of Forrester, for a discussion about the benefits of hybrid and multi-cloud approaches, and best practices for realizing their full benefit.

    Thomas Squeo, CTO, West Corp is responsible for West’s ongoing digital transformation bringing tools, techniques and processes to drive culture and product delivery via enterprise architecture throughout the corporation’s technology portfolio.

    Dave Bartoletti VP, Principal Analyst Serving Infrastructure & Operations Professionals has more than 25 years of experience as a software executive at several high-profile technology and financial services leaders.
  • Any Workload Any Cloud
    Any Workload Any Cloud
    David Kari, Head of Platform Architecture ANZ, Pivotal & Pas Apicella, Advisory Platform Architect APJ, Pivotal Recorded: Dec 4 2018 47 mins
    In today's enterprise, the CIO has a lot of choice about how and where they run their applications. With all the hype about moving to the cloud, the reality is that a large percentage of enterprise workloads still run on-premises due to technical complexity, data privacy, and security concerns.

    So how do you future-proof your business by introducing layers of abstraction that allow you to run any workload on any cloud?

    Join us on this webinar as we discuss the following:
    - Choosing the right runtime for your workload
    - Understanding the layers of application abstraction
    - Introducing Pivotal Cloud Foundry
  • Continuous Delivery to the Cloud: Automate Thru Production with CI + Spinnaker
    Continuous Delivery to the Cloud: Automate Thru Production with CI + Spinnaker
    Jon Schneider, Olga Kundzich, Pat Johnson from Pivotal Recorded: Nov 28 2018 55 mins
    To continuously deliver software to the cloud, companies must adopt critical capabilities that ensure the safety, security, scalability and traceability of deployed applications—from development hand-off through production release.

    Pivotal built a deep integration with Spinnaker, an open source continuous delivery platform, and Cloud Foundry (CF) to automate the full path to production. Spinnaker complements and extends the capabilities of continuous integration (CI) tools, including Concourse, to enable developers to ship code rapidly with increased confidence and greater visibility, as well as provide full auditability and operational control of applications.

    Spinnaker functions as an application-centric control plane, abstracting the details of cloud platforms not relevant to developers and organizing cloud resources around applications. It provides opinionated building blocks to perform common actions and allow deployment pipelines to be assembled consistently and as needed. Spinnaker’s pipeline workflows support more advanced rollout mechanisms like blue/green deployments, conditional deployments, time window restrictions, and automated canary analysis. Spinnaker also facilitates “in production” application testing, stressing and scaling.

    In this webinar, you will learn how:

    - Continuous delivery practices complement and extend continuous integration, enabling consistent, safe production releases
    - Spinnaker works with CI solutions to execute complex, rule-driven, cloud-provider-integrated, high-volume deployments
    - Spinnaker’s multi-cloud asset inventory supports construction of further operational tools like chaos engineering, zero-day security vulnerability scanning, and autoscalers

    We’ll also demo a Spinnaker pipeline so you can see continuous delivery to PCF in action.
  • Refactoring the Factory: Building a Cloud-Native App Transformation Factory
    Refactoring the Factory: Building a Cloud-Native App Transformation Factory
    Mark Carlson, CGI, Carl Brooks, 451 Research & Jeff Kelly, Pivotal Recorded: Nov 15 2018 61 mins
    How is managing a massive cloud-native transformation effort different than the "application modernization factories" that have been around for years? Transforming or modernizing a portfolio consisting of hundreds of existing (aka, “brownfield”) applications is an enormous undertaking that requires a highly talented, cross-functional team.

    Attend this webinar with Pivotal, CGI, and 451 Research’s Carl Brooks to learn about the nuts and bolts of managing cloud-native application transformation at scale. After an overview from 451 Research, we’ll dive deep on the roles, tools, and processes required to create a well-run, cloud-native application transformation.

    Join us to hear how to replicate this success in your own organization!

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  • How to Use Containers to Simplify Speedy Deployment of Database Workloads
    How to Use Containers to Simplify Speedy Deployment of Database Workloads
    Stephen O'Grady, RedMonk, Cornelia Davis & Ivan Novick, Pivotal Recorded: Nov 14 2018 59 mins
    Containers have been widely adopted to make development and testing faster, and are now used at enterprise scale for stateless applications in production. Database infrastructure has not seen quite the same gains in terms of velocity over that same period, however.

    Can containers be as transformative for databases as they have been for application development? If container technology can be leveraged for running database workloads, what impact does this have on architects and operations teams that are responsible for running databases?

    We’ll discuss the trends—from virtualization to cloud to containerization—and the intersection of these platform trends with the data-driven world.
  • Monitor and Measure Your Way to Successful Digital Transformation
    Monitor and Measure Your Way to Successful Digital Transformation
    Rajagopal Ramanujam & Bharat Raj, New Relic and Kamala Dasika, Pivotal Recorded: Oct 24 2018 55 mins
    Measuring and showing progress is critical to drive technology adoption and ensure the success of your modernization effort. A wise customer once said, “If you thought getting people to believe digital transformation is possible was tough, wait until you try and convince people that you actually accomplished successful transformation.”

    Most people can relate! What is the language that describes digital transformation success? What are the success metrics of digital transformation that enterprises care deeply about? How does one know they are headed in the right direction?

    In this webinar, Pivotal and New Relic will cover how your teams can do the following:

    - Use lean principles and practices as applied to enterprise software delivery to measure transformation impact
    - Easily create dashboards to monitor business and strategic value delivered at every phase of your digital transformation journey
    - Ensure your entire stack—including infrastructure, cloud platform, applications, containers, and services—is tracking toward goals

    Rajagopal Ramanujam, Director, Global Strategic Alliances, New Relic
    Bharat Raj, Technical Leader, Digital Intelligence, New Relic
    Kamala Dasika, GTM Lead for PCF Technology Partners, Pivotal

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  • Pivotal Container Service : la nuova soluzione per gestire Kubernetes in azienda
    Pivotal Container Service : la nuova soluzione per gestire Kubernetes in azienda
    Fabio Chiodini, Advisory Platform Architect EMEA, Pivotal & Ruggero Citterio, Senior System Engineer, VMware Recorded: Oct 18 2018 71 mins
    Le applicazioni moderne vengono distribuite in poche ore anziché giorni o settimane, consentendo alle aziende di accelerare il time-to-value e fornire una migliore esperienza al loro cliente finale. Uno dei modi più rapidi per passare dall'ideazione alla produzione è quello di disporre di una piattaforma di gestione dei container coerente e affidabile che aiuti gli sviluppatori a erogare il software più velocemente e all'IT di semplificare le operazioni

    VMware e Pivotal mettono insieme le nostre competenze combinate per offrire una soluzione di gestione dei container completa con Pivotal Container Service (PKS).

    Unisciti ai tuoi colleghi in questo evento gratuito della durata di un'ora per sapere in che modo le aziende possono implementare i containers su vSphere con PKS, semplificando la gestione di un ambiente Kubernetes dall’installazione (day 1) fino all’aggiornamento ed evoluzione infrastrutturale (day 2).

    Agenda del webinar:
    - Kubernetes e l'orchestrazione dei container
    - La gestione dei container e di Kubernetes in ambienti di produzione con VMware e -
    - Pivotal Container Service (PKS)
    - La modernizzazione delle applicazioni con PKS
    - Demo di Pivotal Container Service e delle integrazioni con l'infrastruttura VMware
    - Chiusura del webinar e Q/A

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  • The Accelerate State of DevOps Report
    The Accelerate State of DevOps Report
    Dr. Nicole Forsgren, CEO, DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) and Richard Seroter, Sr. Director of Product, Pivotal Recorded: Oct 11 2018 61 mins
    The Accelerate State of DevOps Report is the result of five years of research—with over 30,000 data points—to understand high performance in the context of software development, and the factors that predict it.

    In this webinar, we discuss the key findings in the 2018 report. Join us to learn how:

    - Software delivery performance unlocks several competitive advantages including increased profitability, productivity, market share, customer service, and ability to achieve organization or mission goals.
    - Not just using cloud infrastructure, but implementing cloud as it’s intended to be used, contributes to high performance
    - Outsourcing may save money in the short term, but is much more likely to contribute to low performance
    - Identifying key technological practices can drive high performance across your organization (and evidence that industry vertical doesn’t matter)

    Dr. Nicole Forsgren is Co-founder, CEO and Chief Scientist at DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) and co-author of the book Accelerate: The Science of Lean Software and DevOps. She is best known for her work measuring the technology process and as the lead investigator on the largest DevOps studies to date. In former lives, she’s been a professor, sysadmin, and performance engineer.

    Richard Seroter is a Senior Director of Product for Pivotal, a 10-time Microsoft MVP for cloud, an instructor for developer-centric training company Pluralsight, the lead InfoQ.com editor for cloud computing, and author of multiple books on application integration strategies. As a Senior Director of Product at Pivotal, Richard heads up product marketing and helps customers see how to transform the way they build software. Richard maintains a regularly updated blog (seroter.wordpress.com) on topics of architecture and solution design and can be found on Twitter as @rseroter.

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