Chris Sterling

Chris Sterling is Principal Product Manager for Spring Cloud Services at Pivotal (https://www.pivotal.io). Chris published the book Managing Software Debt: Building for Inevitable Change with Addison-Wesley in 2010 to provide a framework for teams and organizations to assess and manage debt in their software systems. Chris has successfully supported organizational transformation across multiple verticals with organizations of 10 up to 800 people. Chris co-founded a company in 2009 called Agile Advantage focused on solving portfolio management problems to leverage the value that Agile teams can deliver, which lead to a successful acquisition by Rally Software. Chris brings his diverse experience and deep passion for technology when presenting on topics such as Continuous Delivery, Cloud Native architecture, DevOps, Lean and Agile.

  • 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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  • Spring Cloud Services Supports Vault & Multiple Backends: Use the Right Config Repo for the Job!

    Spring Cloud Services Supports Vault & Multiple Backends: Use the Right Config Repo for the Job!

    The new Spring Cloud Services 1.4 release supports Vault & multiple backends. This helps large enterprise teams use the most appropriate configuration repo for their config data.

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  • Building Spring Microservices with Cloud Foundry's New Container Networking Stack

    Building Spring Microservices with Cloud Foundry's New Container Networking Stack

    Spring Cloud Services and Cloud Foundry's new container networking stack are now available as beta features on Pivotal Web Services.

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  • New in Spring Cloud Services 1.2: Multi-Site Service Discovery

    New in Spring Cloud Services 1.2: Multi-Site Service Discovery

    With the release of Spring Cloud Services 1.2, operators can configure peer replication of Service Registry service instances. Now, when an application registers with a Service Registry instance,...

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