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  • How to Craft a Conversion Funnel

    How to Craft a Conversion Funnel

    Build products that grow their own user basesFunnel users from low- to high-barrier actions that have increasing business value for your product.Marketing’s oldest framework is a sales funnel,...

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  • If You're Building IoT Apps, You Need a Modern Platform. Here's a Closer Look at Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Microsoft Azure

    If You're Building IoT Apps, You Need a Modern Platform. Here's a Closer Look at Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Microsoft Azure

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  • For Banks, Securing Modern Apps Starts with Identity & Access Management. Here's How PCF Helps the Largest Firms Reduce Risk.

    For Banks, Securing Modern Apps Starts with Identity & Access Management. Here's How PCF Helps the Largest Firms Reduce Risk.

    Banks of all sizes are modernizing how they do IT and software development. This blog series explores how banks use Pivotal Cloud Foundry to secure their cloud-native applications.

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  • 5 Lessons on Pivotal’s Fifth Birthday

    5 Lessons on Pivotal’s Fifth Birthday

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  • Combatting Adversarial AI — Which Side Are You On?

    Combatting Adversarial AI — Which Side Are You On?

    Forget about AI taking our jobs, let’s worry about the attackers aiming to weaponize it.Most IT security specialists readily admit that the future almost certainly contains the union of artificial...

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  • The .NET Renaissance is Happening Now. Here’s Why It’s a New Era for .NET Developers.

    The .NET Renaissance is Happening Now. Here’s Why It’s a New Era for .NET Developers.

    Go inside the world of cloud-native .NET development. We discuss the state of the .NET Framework, .NET Core, and how enterprises are adopting cloud-native patterns for their .NET apps.

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  • 7 Tools and Tips for Tracking Your Experiments

    7 Tools and Tips for Tracking Your Experiments

    Advice from several product managers on how to track your assumptions and hypothesesOver the past 6–7 years, product teams around the world have changed their approach to building products. New...

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  • Use Kubernetes Helm Packages to Build Pivotal Cloud Foundry tiles. Kibosh, a New Service Broker, Makes It Simple.

    Use Kubernetes Helm Packages to Build Pivotal Cloud Foundry tiles. Kibosh, a New Service Broker, Makes It Simple.

    Kibosh, a new open-source project released by Pivotal, makes it easy to create PCF tiles from Kubernetes Helm charts. This post explains the project, and why it's useful for ISVs.

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  • A Unifying Foundation for the Customer Journey at Mercedes-Benz

    A Unifying Foundation for the Customer Journey at Mercedes-Benz

    Find out how the luxury automaker is using modern software development and a cloud-native platform to better serve customers.Photo courtesy Mercedes-Benz.Providing an enjoyable customer experience...

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  • Afraid your Kubernetes clusters will go down? Now's the time to examine PKS

    Afraid your Kubernetes clusters will go down? Now's the time to examine PKS

    Pivotal Container Service - based on Kubernetes - includes several native features that simplify high availability. This post explains them in deep technical detail.

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  • Developing a Custom Concourse Resource

    Developing a Custom Concourse Resource

    This post provides a quick look at how to create your own custom Concourse resource.

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  • Adaptability-as-a-Service with Kubernetes

    Adaptability-as-a-Service with Kubernetes

    How running your apps on Kubernetes makes them more tolerant to change.In the IT business, we live in an environment where everything is changing. Business requirements are changing. User demands...

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  • Improve Security and Developer Productivity with Service Instance Sharing in PCF 2.1

    Improve Security and Developer Productivity with Service Instance Sharing in PCF 2.1

    PCF 2.1 introduces a new capability that enables multiple development teams working on separate microservices to access the same backing services while maintaining robust security and access controls.

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  • What’s the Value of CI/CD?

    What’s the Value of CI/CD?

    A team that can’t ship, can’t learn.Concourse, a CI Board. Photo via the Concourse blogThere are two questions you have to ask when considering shipping software:Can we ship?Should we ship?“Should...

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  • Dialing Platform Ops to Eleven: 5 Cloud Foundry Summit Sessions that Operators Shouldn't Miss

    Dialing Platform Ops to Eleven: 5 Cloud Foundry Summit Sessions that Operators Shouldn't Miss

    This blog highlights five sessions at Cloud Foundry Summit 2018 for platform operators using Concourse.

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  • Why You Should (and can) Code with Compassion

    Why You Should (and can) Code with Compassion

    The case for empathy in the workplaceIt’s not just engineering and DevOps. Blame uncaring bosses, longtime gender imbalance, or the whole capitalist experiment — no matter the roots, the American...

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  • This Month in Spring - April 4th, 2018!

    This Month in Spring - April 4th, 2018!

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  • The One True Platform for All .NET Workloads: Pivotal Cloud Foundry

    The One True Platform for All .NET Workloads: Pivotal Cloud Foundry

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  • A(nother) Day in the Life of a Product Manager at Pivotal Labs

    A(nother) Day in the Life of a Product Manager at Pivotal Labs

    Caroline Hane-Weijman is a Product Manager at Pivotal Labs, New York.Caroline Hane-WeijmanPRODUCT MANAGER, PIVOTAL LABS, NEW YORKI found Pivotal Labs… through a friend of a Product Manager who...

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  • Code Complexity is a Design Problem

    Code Complexity is a Design Problem

    Why design thinking could use a dose of engineering thinking.Designers prototyping at Pivotal.As a designer, there is a scenario I’ve experienced far too many times. It goes like this: Everyone...

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