Cornelia Davis

Cornelia Davis is Vice President of Technology for Pivotal.

  • Kubernetes: One Cluster or Many?

    Kubernetes: One Cluster or Many?

    One of the many strengths of Kubernetes is just how much flexibility you have when deploying and operating the orchestrator for your containerized workloads.

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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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  • Cloud-Native and the Apparating App

    Cloud-Native and the Apparating App

    Cornelia Davis describes her new book all about Cloud-Native software. Pivotal readers can get the book for 40% off!

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  • CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap @ The Napa Valley Film Festival

    CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap @ The Napa Valley Film Festival

    Pivotal has partnered with the Napa Valley Film Festival this year to sponsor the screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, an important important documentary that illustrates the challenges...

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  • Cloud Foundry Ops: Ephemeral Ports and the Value of a Platform as a Service

    Cloud Foundry Ops: Ephemeral Ports and the Value of a Platform as a Service

    Pivotal's Cornelia Davis shares another story from her time working in Pivotal Web Services, the hosted Pivotal Cloud Foundry service. She walks us through how she found a bug in her application...

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  • Is Continuous Delivery a First Class Concern of Your Platform?

    Is Continuous Delivery a First Class Concern of Your Platform?

    In the first of a series, I shared the story of my first morning spent on the Cloud Operations team that runs Pivotal Web Services, when we quickly and painlessly responded to a production...

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  • Revelations From the Field – Life in the Operations Team

    Revelations From the Field – Life in the Operations Team

    I have spent the last 25 years doing application development, and really have had little or no appreciation for operations. In fact, when I first started working with Cloud Foundry I was gleefully...

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  • The Four Levels of HA in Pivotal CF

    The Four Levels of HA in Pivotal CF

    Can you name the 4 levels of HA in Cloud Foundry? A platform as a service (PaaS) is not only about providing middleware that your application can leverage, it is about doing more on behalf of the...

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  • Cloud Foundry Serving Around the Globe

    Cloud Foundry Serving Around the Globe

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) is a really large organization with even larger reach – probably much more than most of us realize. Sure, you probably know about the...

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  • SAP HANA Service Broker Contributed to the Cloud Foundry Incubator

    SAP HANA Service Broker Contributed to the Cloud Foundry Incubator

    Service brokers are what make this provisioning and binding happen with ease, and today we are delighted to report that Cloud Foundry partner, SAP, has open sourced a new Cloud Foundry service...

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  • Georgia Tech Hack for Good on Cloud Foundry

    Georgia Tech Hack for Good on Cloud Foundry

    This last weekend I had the tremendous pleasure of spending it with the incredibly bright, creative and inventive students of Georgia Tech. The occasion was a “hack for good,” an intense 24 hour...

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  • Essential Elements of an Enterprise PaaS

    Essential Elements of an Enterprise PaaS

    When I speak with customer prospects about Cloud Foundry, I don’t start with networks, servers, VMs and build my way up a stack of abstractions, instead I ask them how they will change to compete...

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  • Canaries are Great!

    Canaries are Great!

    First a little background, and then a story. As Matt described here, Cloud Foundry BOSH has a great capability to perform rolling updates automatically to an entire set of servers in a cluster,...

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