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  • Security: The Offensive Line of Enterprise

    Security: The Offensive Line of Enterprise

    It’s time to rethink classic approaches to security, and build a playbook that ensures safety and success.Ask any football player, watch any game — the offense of a team lives and dies with its...

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  • Pivotal Cloud Foundry and Cloud-Native Security

    Pivotal Cloud Foundry and Cloud-Native Security

    A look at what Cloud-Native Security means to Pivotal as well as how the Pivotal Cloud Foundry suite delivers on those promises today and in the future.

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  • Window or A.I.sle?

    Window or A.I.sle?

    How artificial intelligence-powered apps are streamlining how we travel.A record 28.5 million people will fly on US airlines between during the Thanksgiving holiday this year. Imagine each one of...

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  • 10 Can’t Miss Sessions at SpringOne Platform 2017

    10 Can’t Miss Sessions at SpringOne Platform 2017

    SpringOne Platform is the premier conference for those who build, deploy, and run cloud-native software. And these are some sessions attendees won't want to miss.

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  • Pivotal Contributes Steeltoe to the .NET Foundation

    Pivotal Contributes Steeltoe to the .NET Foundation

    The Steeltoe open source project is joining the .NET Foundation. Here's why that's a big deal for Pivotal, Microsoft, and enterprise .NET teams.

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  • Navigating the Apache Geode Sessions at SpringOne Platform 2017

    Navigating the Apache Geode Sessions at SpringOne Platform 2017

    If you want to learn more about Apache Geode, then you’re in luck. We’ve got plenty of Geode content at SpringOne Platform 2017, delivered by practitioners and subject matter experts.

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  • How to Run a Really Good Retrospective

    How to Run a Really Good Retrospective

    Everyone should do retrospectives — not just agile software teams.Agile retrospectives. If they have a reputation at all, it’s not for being very exciting. Not many people think: You know what? I...

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  • Zero Downtime Data Migration Between GemFire Clusters Using Apache Kafka

    Zero Downtime Data Migration Between GemFire Clusters Using Apache Kafka

    Achieve business continuity with zero downtime data migration between GemFire clusters on different releases.

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  • Design-led Solutions for Humanitarian Aid

    Design-led Solutions for Humanitarian Aid

    How Pivotal worked with the Humanitarian Innovation Fund to develop a guide for applying lean and user-centered design far beyond software.Authors: Ellie Ereira & Aly BlenkinPhoto: Maik...

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  • Lessons Learned Running Our First Remote Design Sprint

    Lessons Learned Running Our First Remote Design Sprint

    Pivotal Labs applies the Google Ventures Sprint process with a remote design team and suggests how the framework can be improved.Canyon Boak presents a lightning demo of Concourse to the rest of...

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  • Why a Personal Brand is Necessary For Today’s Developer

    Why a Personal Brand is Necessary For Today’s Developer

    Learn why personal branding is more than self-promotion.Photo from the Write/Speak/Code Conference.Everyone has a story. Here’s mine:Hi I’m Neha, and I’m a Senior Software Engineer in San...

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  • The Learning Never Stops at Liberty Mutual

    The Learning Never Stops at Liberty Mutual

    The century-old insurance company puts customer feedback at the center of software development.Liberty Mutual, the Boston-based insurance company, is a good example of a well-established,...

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  • The Internet Of Athletes: Playing The Numbers Game & Winning

    The Internet Of Athletes: Playing The Numbers Game & Winning

    How professional athletes are using data to drive success.Image via Sparta Science.Sitting on the bench with an injury, Stephen Curry watched as the Golden State Warriors lost night after night...

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  • It’s a GIF World. We Just Live In It.

    It’s a GIF World. We Just Live In It.

    For app makers and developers, GIFs mean business.The most vaunted feature emerging from Apple’s June iOS 11 unveiling wasn’t Siri’s new translation abilities or a smarter keyboard. It wasn’t even...

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  • What Happens After the MVP?

    What Happens After the MVP?

    Maybe your project could benefit from a “release map.”Written together with Shanfan Huang, Pivotal Labs Product Designer.On our last project at Pivotal Labs in Boston, we released the MVP/SVP of...

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  • Future List 2017: The Most Forward-Looking People in IT

    Future List 2017: The Most Forward-Looking People in IT

    Future List 2017The Most Forward-Looking People in ITWe wanted to make a list that wasn’t about titles, industry, or how much a person under an arbitrary age has accomplished. In fact, we wanted a...

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  • Demand Your On-Demand RabbitMQ Clusters Now

    Demand Your On-Demand RabbitMQ Clusters Now

    We’re proud to announce an important new capability of RabbitMQ for Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF). Developers can now provision their own dedicated clusters of RabbitMQ with a CF create-service call.

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  • Velocity-as-a-Service: 5 Ways to Ship Like a Software Company

    Velocity-as-a-Service: 5 Ways to Ship Like a Software Company

    There are few companies in the world that ship software as often as Pivotal does, and we learned five things along the way.

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  • Big Things Come in Small Packages: Getting Started with Pivotal Cloud Foundry Small Footprint

    Big Things Come in Small Packages: Getting Started with Pivotal Cloud Foundry Small Footprint

    Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) now has a small footprint edition. It uses as few as 6 VMs. Use the popular app runtime to push code for PoCs, testing, sandboxes, and more.

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  • Why Cars Will Become The Ultimate Mobile Device

    Why Cars Will Become The Ultimate Mobile Device

    A look at autonomous cars and all the software and solutions they will require.If​ ​fully​ ​automated​ ​cars​ ​are​ ​the​ ​future,​ ​Silicon​ ​Valley​ ​will​ ​have​ ​to​ ​do​ ​away​ ​with​ ​at​...

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