Coté

Biography

  • Demystifying the Public or Private Cloud Choice

    Demystifying the Public or Private Cloud Choice

    Which route should you take?

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  • In 2018, Clear Out Your Portfolio Underbrush Before You Have to Burn it All Down

    In 2018, Clear Out Your Portfolio Underbrush Before You Have to Burn it All Down

    Before you finally embark on your digital transformation in 2018, do these things first.You’ve got a little break ahead of yourself now, at the end of the year. Time to relax your mind of all...

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  • Deal with Legacy Before it Deals with You

    Deal with Legacy Before it Deals with You

    Tactics to prevent legacy software from slowing down innovationThis is an excerpt from the draft of “the second edition” of my Cloud Native Journey PDF. Check out the rest of the work in progress...

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  • Filling the Developer Skills Gap with Abby Kearns & James Governor (Ep. 46)

    Filling the Developer Skills Gap with Abby Kearns & James Governor (Ep. 46)

    In this episode, we dig into a recent survey by the Cloud Foundry Foundation on developer skills gaps, and how IT departments needs to rethink their approach to training and hiring. To do so, we...

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  • Cloud-Native at Home Depot, With Tony McCulley (Ep. 45)

    Cloud-Native at Home Depot, With Tony McCulley (Ep. 45)

    Home Depot has been using Pivotal Cloud Foundry and developing in the Pivotal way for over a year now. Thus far, they have roughly 150 applications running in Pivotal Cloud Foundry across all...

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  • Checking In With The Analysts At #GartnerAPPS (Ep. 44)

    Checking In With The Analysts At #GartnerAPPS (Ep. 44)

    How are analysts reckoning with "cloud-native"? Pivotal’s analyst relations lead, Rita Manachi joins to talk about what industry analysts do, and then jump into how analysts are thinking about...

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  • Step One: Build A Pizza Factory (Ep. 43)

    Step One: Build A Pizza Factory (Ep. 43)

    This week, hosts Coté and Richard Seroter take a sharp look at the enduring question—can agile scale? In fact, Pivotal is seeing more adoption of agile in large organizations than ever before, and...

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  • The Alignment Anti-pattern, Improving Developer Skills (Ep. 42)

    The Alignment Anti-pattern, Improving Developer Skills (Ep. 42)

    Companies that want to get better at software are staffing and organizing themselves in new ways. The traditional "silos" approach clusters teams together into functional groups, whereas modern...

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  • Containers Ain’t No Sriracha Sauce (Ep. 41)

    Containers Ain’t No Sriracha Sauce (Ep. 41)

    In this episode, we talk with Pivotal's Onsi Fakhouri and James Bayer about containers and Pivotal Cloud Foundry. After discussing the history of containers, we talk about how containers are...

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  • Rebasing Your Wobble Detector, Industrial IoT and Pivotal (Ep. 40)

    Rebasing Your Wobble Detector, Industrial IoT and Pivotal (Ep. 40)

    This week we talk with Pivotal's Saurabh Gupta about the Internet of Things, CenturyLink buying Level 3, new MacBooks and Surfaces, AI market-sizing hijinks, and an example of cloud-native...

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  • Inter-Service Communication, Consumer-Driven Contract Testing, and Service Versioning (Ep. 39)

    Inter-Service Communication, Consumer-Driven Contract Testing, and Service Versioning (Ep. 39)

    Distributed systems are hard. Building a microservices architecture that supports evolutionary changes without causing massive problems? Especially hard. In this podcast, Coté and Richard Seroter...

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  • Live to Tape from DellEMCWorld (Ep. 38)

    Live to Tape from DellEMCWorld (Ep. 38)

    In this episode, Coté and Richard talk about DellEMCWorld 2016. They discuss what it’s like for Pivotal to be a part of Dell Technologies—and what that means going forward—and about Coté’s...

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  • Microservices Governance with Spring Cloud Contract (Ep. 37)

    Microservices Governance with Spring Cloud Contract (Ep. 37)

    When you're moving fast, things will break more often. It's little wonder, then, that with a microservices approach you need to pay close attention to ensuring the safe, yet speedy change to...

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  • Managing Employee Experience and Building Trust, Cloud-Native HR (Ep. 36)

    Managing Employee Experience and Building Trust, Cloud-Native HR (Ep. 36)

    Building a high performance organization requires more than just putting good technologies and practices in place for developing and delivering product, it requires the right culture as well. In...

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  • Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.8 with Jared Ruckle (Ep. 35)

    Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.8 with Jared Ruckle (Ep. 35)

    This week, we talk with Jared Ruckle about the new Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.8 release, delving into security, databases, and new services—all aimed at speeding up time to market (with faster...

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  • Building DIY Platforms: Now You've Got Two Problems, with Matt Walburn

    Building DIY Platforms: Now You've Got Two Problems, with Matt Walburn

    This week, hosts Coté and Richard Seroter interview Matt Walburn, who recently worked on a DIY platform project. He talks about the lure of the DIY platform and why, now that options like Pivotal...

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  • Gigantic Stranglers and Crazy Infrastructure, Working on Legacy Code (Ep. 33)

    Gigantic Stranglers and Crazy Infrastructure, Working on Legacy Code (Ep. 33)

    No matter how fresh and new your company is, dealing with "legacy" applications is inevitable. The nature of those legacy apps and services are varied: mainframes, ESBs, batch job, and plain old...

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  • The Microservices Substrate - NetflixOSS, Spring Cloud Services, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry (Ep. 32)

    The Microservices Substrate - NetflixOSS, Spring Cloud Services, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry (Ep. 32)

    Microservices are emerging as the defacto standard architectural pattern to afford agility into complex, distributed systems. In this podcast, hosts Cote and Richard Seroter discuss how the...

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  • Stories, Points, and Backlogs with Pivotal Tracker, Guest Ronan Dunlop (Ep. 31)

    Stories, Points, and Backlogs with Pivotal Tracker, Guest Ronan Dunlop (Ep. 31)

    This week, hosts Cote and Richard Seroter talk with Ronan Dunlop of Pivotal Tracker, Pivotal’s product management tool of choice. We discuss what Tracker's history, what it does, and most...

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  • Platforms as Contracts with John Feminella (Ep. 30)

    Platforms as Contracts with John Feminella (Ep. 30)

    This week’s podcast features a discussion with John Feminella about his talk from SpringOne Platform that leverages the legal metaphor of contracts to describe the beneficial trade-offs between...

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