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  • 30 Years of Tech Transitions

    30 Years of Tech Transitions

    Watch Pivotal CEO Rob Mee and Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Technologies talk to Michal Lev-Ram, Senior Writer at Fortune, about the last thirty years of tech and what’s in store for the...

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  • Steeltoe Turns 2.0, Adds Support for ASP.NET Core 2.0, CredHub, and a SQL Server Connector

    Steeltoe Turns 2.0, Adds Support for ASP.NET Core 2.0, CredHub, and a SQL Server Connector

    Steeltoe is a toolkit to help .NET developers build apps for Cloud Foundry using established microservices patterns. This post reviews important updates & new features in the project's v2.0 release.

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  •  Introducing MySQL for PCF v2.2 - Leader-Follower Clusters Offer Enhanced Availability

    Introducing MySQL for PCF v2.2 - Leader-Follower Clusters Offer Enhanced Availability

    MySQL v2.2 leader-follower clusters replicate data for enhanced recoverability and offer easier management of multi-node clusters.

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  • Building Flexible Data Pipelines with Spring Cloud Data Flow for PCF

    Building Flexible Data Pipelines with Spring Cloud Data Flow for PCF

    Spring Cloud Data Flow (SCDF) enables developers to create orchestrated data pipelines backed by Spring Boot microservices applications. It's now integrated with Pivotal Cloud Foundry.

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  • Secure, Multitenant Kubernetes in Minutes: Pivotal Container Service Goes GA

    Secure, Multitenant Kubernetes in Minutes: Pivotal Container Service Goes GA

    Pivotal Container Service (PKS) is now generally available. PKS aims to simplify how enterprises deploy, run, and manage Kubernetes in their data centers.

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  • Hawaii’s Missile Alert Blowup Shows Why Design is Essential to Software Development

    Hawaii’s Missile Alert Blowup Shows Why Design is Essential to Software Development

    How to avoid the Hawaii syndrome at your organization.“Emergency Alert. BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.”That was the message sent to Hawaii...

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  • Catching the Coding Bug

    Catching the Coding Bug

    This week for Pivotal Voices, we’re featuring Denise Yu, Software Engineer at Pivotal London.When I was a kid I went to summer camp. This was back in the early 2000s when Facebook, Instagram,...

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  • Top Lessons From 2017

    Top Lessons From 2017

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  • Hit the Gas to Stay Secure in a Cloud-Native World

    Hit the Gas to Stay Secure in a Cloud-Native World

    Why speed is the key to cloud-native security.Have you ever been zipping down the 101 when you come up on a car doing 35 mph or so? There’s a good chance they’re going so slow because they want to...

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  • Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.3: Continuous Delivery, Usability Improvements, and Function Runner

    Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.3: Continuous Delivery, Usability Improvements, and Function Runner

    We are pleased to announce the general availability of Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.3. Learn all about the exciting update!

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  • Continuously Fielding Mission Driven Value

    Continuously Fielding Mission Driven Value

    Learn about Pivotal's engagement with federal agencies in the US.

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  • How to Apply the Meltdown Fix to All Your Systems in Less than a Day

    How to Apply the Meltdown Fix to All Your Systems in Less than a Day

    How can you quickly repair your systems when threats like Meltdown and Spectre pop up? Think differently about how you apply security updates. Here are 4 things you need to reduce your risk.

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  • You Deserve a Continuously Integrated Platform. Here’s Why It Matters.

    You Deserve a Continuously Integrated Platform. Here’s Why It Matters.

    Each day, Pivotal tests all the various pieces of our cloud-native platform on all the major clouds. This saves you time packaging software, helps you patch faster, and lets you scale with confidence.

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  • Graph Processing on Greenplum Database using Apache MADlib

    Graph Processing on Greenplum Database using Apache MADlib

    In this post, we address the use of massively parallel processing (MPP) databases like Greenplum Database for graph analytics workloads using Apache MADlib.

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  • AI Is Not the End of Software Developers

    AI Is Not the End of Software Developers

    A data scientist’s take on Software 2.0.Illustration by Monique Bonneau.Remember when software was eating the world? The trendy observation these days is that artificial intelligence (AI) is...

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  • 7 Recent Books That Everyone in Tech Should Read

    7 Recent Books That Everyone in Tech Should Read

    Necessary reads on the past, present, and future of the tech industry.In a society that is rapidly shifting, it is no surprise to see tech at the epicenter. Larger conversations from the effect of...

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  • Letter to a Junior Engineer

    Letter to a Junior Engineer

    What I’d want to know at the beginning of my career.Dear Junior Engineer,I hope you’re already having fun! Sure, you’ve probably already faced some challenging days. Even after 20 years of...

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  • 3 Answers and a Question with Elena Grewal

    3 Answers and a Question with Elena Grewal

    This iteration of our interview series features a conversation with Elena Grewal, Head of Data Science at Airbnb, where she talks building a company-wide data culture and what to do before your...

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  • Curing Handoff-itis

    Curing Handoff-itis

    How the waterfall methodology is exhausting your team and weakening your final product.One action that haunts many software teams is the dreaded “handoff.” It jerks forward like a game of...

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  • Should that be a Microservice? Keep These Six Factors in Mind

    Should that be a Microservice? Keep These Six Factors in Mind

    There are many good reasons to use a microservices architecture. In this post, we examine 6 factors to help you decide when to use - and when not to use - microservices.

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