Pivotal continues to evolve with the cloud-native trends of containers, Kubernetes and hybrid cloud while offering support for customers seeking control and integration with other software they are running, as well as for customers that are prioritizing abstraction and managed services. Pivotal’s promise is deployment and operation of applications (and the platform itself) in a consistent manner across hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructures using PCF. Updates and enhancements to Pivotal’s software include simplified functionality for operators, expanded multi-cloud capability and enhanced support for .NET applications.
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