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  • Pivotal's Cloud Native and Microservice Strategy (KR)
    Pivotal's Cloud Native and Microservice Strategy (KR)
    Jung-In Lee, Philip Kim Recorded: Jun 19 2019 71 mins
    We look forward to you joining this session where we will discuss the following topics:

    1. Microservice Journey - Sharing Methodology and Experience:

    Transforming monolith application to microservices is a painful and difficult process. In this session, Phil will share Pivotal’s best practice methodology of designing and implementing microservices. He will also share the customer project experiences.

    2. Three essential elements to drive Cloud-Native IT transformation:

    Many enterprises have rapidly adopted cloud computing environment. In this session, JungIn will talk about three major areas to consider when you drive cloud-native initiatives in your organization. We will see how we can promote the cloud-native platform for internal developers, and also how to choose the right type of applications.
  • Continuously Deliver to Pivotal Cloud Foundry With Spinnaker (APJ)
    Continuously Deliver to Pivotal Cloud Foundry With Spinnaker (APJ)
    Pas Apicella, Advisory Platform Architect APJ, Pivotal and Amith Nambiar, Senior Partner Platform Architect, Pivotal Recorded: Jun 11 2019 52 mins
    Continuous delivery was born as an extension of agile methods. After all, if you can’t get your code changes to your customers fast enough to provide value and get timely feedback, then why be agile in the first place?

    Join us on this webinar as we discuss how your organisation can continuously deliver to Pivotal Cloud Foundry using Spinnaker, a continuous delivery platform that originated at Netflix.

    We’ll take you through the following:
    - What Spinnaker is, including its origins, adoption, and usage in the wild
    - How enterprises can benefit from a continuous delivery platform like Spinnaker
    - How to use Spinnaker’s Automated Canary Analysis to deliver your apps with confidence
    - A live demo showing how to build a pipeline with Automatic Canary Analysis to deploy apps onto Pivotal Cloud Foundry
  • Better Pivotal Cloud Foundry Monitoring: What You Need to Know
    Better Pivotal Cloud Foundry Monitoring: What You Need to Know
    Hristo Dimitrov, PCF Platform Developer, Skyline Platform Engineering; Pontus Rydin & Gordana Neskovic, Wavefront Recorded: Jun 4 2019 53 mins
    How to Avoid Triaging Pains and Diagnose Issues from App to Platform

    Pivotal transforms how enterprises build and run software. Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) unleashes developer’s productivity, driving faster innovation and lower costs. But you need a better way to monitor it all.

    Wavefront by VMware is tailor-made to monitor Pivotal and Cloud Foundry environments. Wavefront enables large distributed teams to see all telemetry in one place, from applications, to the PCF platform, and the underlying infrastructure. This unified visibility is essential for collaboration across developer, infrastructure and PCF teams, sharing insights into infrastructure’s and platform’s impact on application performance, and ultimately accelerating MTTR.

    If you’re a developer or PCF operator, attend this webinar to learn how to:

    •Get full-visibility into application, PCF platform and infrastructure health and KPIs
    •Quickly pinpoint problem spots using the correlation between an application and the underlying PCF components and infrastructure
    •Trace production issues from application, to the platform and infrastructure layers
  • Deploying Kubernetes to Drive Business, Not Complexity
    Deploying Kubernetes to Drive Business, Not Complexity
    Chuck Knostman, Dave Bartoletti and Cornelia Davis Recorded: May 29 2019 62 mins
    Everybody is talking about the promise of Kubernetes, but it takes more than optimism to turn a complex technology into something that can deliver real business results.

    Once deployed, Kubernetes presents a litany of operational, management, and cultural challenges for which many users will not have prepared adequately. This webinar will highlight approaches to successfully implementing Kubernetes at enterprise scale and making it an effective facilitator of digital transformation.

    Join special guest Dave Bartoletti of Forrester Research in conversation with Chuck Knostman, Vice President IT at T-Mobile, and Cornelia Davis, Vice President of Technology for Pivotal, as they discuss how companies can get the most value from their Kubernetes deployments, which workloads are best suited for those environments, and the true state of Kubernetes adoption among enterprises.

    Speakers:
    Chuck Knostman, Vice President IT, T-Mobile
    Dave Bartoletti, Vice President, Analyst, Forrester Research
    Cornelia Davis, Vice President of Technology, Pivotal
  • What’s New in RabbitMQ 3.8?
    What’s New in RabbitMQ 3.8?
    Michael Klishin, RabbitMQ Software Engineer, and Karl Nilsson, RabbitMQ Software Engineer Recorded: May 23 2019 64 mins
    Recent releases of RabbitMQ have made the most popular open-source message broker even more rock solid. The team has made it easier to deploy and easier to operate from Day 2 on. As a de facto standard for message-based architectures, this is great news for teams building microservices and other distributed applications.

    But let’s face it: not everyone is running the latest version and taking advantage of these new stability and operational features. Now the next major version (3.8) is shipping and it has some breakthrough features for reliability and scaling. Are you ready?

    Join Pivotal’s Michael Klishin and Karl Nilsson, RabbitMQ Software Engineers, as they share what’s new in RabbitMQ 3.8. You’ll learn:

    ● How making RabbitMQ persistent and fault tolerant is evolving from mirrored queues to quorum queues
    ● What mixed-version clusters are and how they simplify upgrades
    ● How RabbitMQ 3.8 continues to make deploying and operating RabbitMQ easier
    ● What’s available in terms of OAuth 2.0 support, monitoring improvements, and more
    ● What features are in development for future versions and minor releases

    We look forward to you joining us.
  • Maturing Your Cloud-Native Platform for Security and Resilience
    Maturing Your Cloud-Native Platform for Security and Resilience
    Jerome Walter, Field CISO APJ, Pivotal Recorded: May 21 2019 58 mins
    The emergence of cloud-native technologies—and immutable infrastructures more specifically—is changing the security risk landscape and offering a new perspective on security management.

    In this talk, we’ll explore the benefits of software architectures based on immutable infrastructures and how mature practices can help reduce the security risk—without spending on additional layers of security solutions.

    Specifically, we’ve seen how teams focusing on delivering the “3 Rs” of cloud-native security (repairing, rebuilding, and rotating) in their platform are shifting the needle of vulnerability management. Modern software’s ability for zero-downtime patching, periodical rebuilding, and short-lived secrets provide a massive reduction in security risks, allowing security and resilience practitioners to focus on added-value activities.

    As security is now operated throughout the IT organisation rather than in silos, we’ll extend our discussion to see how outcome-driven metrics can help create alignment across teams and be a measure for security management in a collaborative culture environment.

    Join us for this webinar to learn:
    - The native security benefits of immutable infrastructure
    - The 3Rs of cloud-native security: repaving regularly, repairing immediately, and rotating secrets frequently
    - Key security metrics to be used in DevOps practices
  • Monolithic Transformation: How Large Organisations Get Better at Software (EMEA)
    Monolithic Transformation: How Large Organisations Get Better at Software (EMEA)
    Michael Coté, Pivotal Recorded: May 16 2019 61 mins
    The cliché we all recite is that technology isn't the problem, culture is. Put another way: if the hardware and software are fine and fresh, it must be the meatware that smells. Come hear several de-funking recipes from the world’s largest companies whose meat now smells proper.

    Most large organisations struggle to deliver consistent, well-designed software to their customers. The usual schedule and budget delays persist and the resulting software is often lackluster at best. There are all sorts of tools and patterns like DevOps, lean product, and cloud-native that can make software better, but most organisations struggle to change the people side of the software stack.

    In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
    • How established organisations can learn to think of deliveries in terms of “products” instead of “projects”
    •How DevOps and cloud platforms enable a product mindset
    •The tactics and organisational structures that large organisations are using to improve their software

    All of this is based on case studies and interviews with the world’s largest organisations over the past five years, with each point grounded in real-world examples and experience.

    References and examples shared during this session are based on my book Monolithic Transformation (O'Reilly, Feb 2019).
  • How to Configure Kubernetes for Enterprise Workloads
    How to Configure Kubernetes for Enterprise Workloads
    Sinead Kelly, Product Manager at Pivotal and Alex Guedes, Platform Architect at Pivotal Recorded: Apr 30 2019 62 mins
    As the adoption of Kubernetes expands rapidly, organisations must get up to speed with a powerful and flexible but complex container orchestration system. Understanding how the configuration of Kubernetes clusters and the configuration of your workloads interact is important when setting up your platform for success.

    This webinar will cover what you need to consider to get your different types of workloads up and running.

    Join us to learn:
    •What you need to think about before you configure your clusters and how Pivotal Container Service (PKS) can help
    •How to configure your clusters for different types of workloads
    •How to deploy those workloads so that they survive Kubernetes lifecycle events
    •How to keep your workloads up and running so they can survive upgrades

    We look forward to you joining us.
  • Build Your Multi-Cloud Strategy and Avoid Cloud Lock-in
    Build Your Multi-Cloud Strategy and Avoid Cloud Lock-in
    Shaun Norris, Field CIO APJ, Pivotal Recorded: Apr 30 2019 48 mins
    Organisations adopt a multi-cloud approach for many reasons—regulatory interest, price arbitrage, flexibility, choice, data sovereignty, varying business requirements—the list goes on.

    However, from our conversations with several CIOs, we’ve learned that avoiding cloud lock-in is a primary driver behind a multi-cloud strategy. So what is cloud lock-in and what can you do to avoid being locked in?

    Attend this webinar as we examine the topic of cloud lock-in and how to operate in multiple clouds, specifically looking at:
    - The commercial, technological capability, process, and developer experience aspects of cloud lock-in
    - Mitigating approaches for dealing with cloud lock-in
    - Four key aspects to effectively executing a multi-cloud strategy
    - Common multi-cloud patterns
  • How to Migrate Applications Off a Mainframe
    How to Migrate Applications Off a Mainframe
    Rohit Kelapure, Consulting Practice Lead, Pivotal Recorded: Apr 25 2019 64 mins
    Ah, the mainframe. Peel back many transactional business applications at any enterprise and you’ll find a mainframe application under there. It’s often where the crown jewels of the business’ data and core transactions are processed. The tooling for these applications is dated and new code is infrequent, but moving off is seen as risky. No one. Wants. To. Touch. Mainframes.

    But mainframe applications don’t have to be the electric third rail. Modernizing, even pieces of those mainframe workloads into modern frameworks on modern platforms, has huge payoffs. Developers can gain all the productivity benefits of modern tooling. Not to mention the scaling, security, and cost benefits.

    So, how do you get started modernizing applications off a mainframe? Join Rohit Kelapure, Consulting Practice Lead at Pivotal, as he shares lessons from projects with enterprises to move workloads off of mainframes. You’ll learn:

    ● How to decide what to modernize first by looking at business requirements AND the existing codebase
    ● How to take a test-driven approach to minimize risks in decomposing the mainframe application
    ● What to use as a replacement or evolution of mainframe schedulers
    ● How to include COBOL and other mainframe developers in the process to retain institutional knowledge and defuse project detractors
    ● How to replatform mainframe applications to the cloud leveraging a spectrum of techniques

    We look forward to you joining us.

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