Derrick Harris

Derrick Harris is Senior Manager, Product Marketing, Pivotal.

  • Some honest advice for enterprise buyers on engaging with startups

    Some honest advice for enterprise buyers on engaging with startups

    Startup software is an appealing option for enterprises looking to innovate, but closing deals can be difficult.

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  • Going from idea to company, outside of Silicon Valley

    Going from idea to company, outside of Silicon Valley

    How WaitTime CEO Zachary Klima turned a long concession wait into a company with roots around the world.

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  • What enterprises need to consider when adopting open source

    What enterprises need to consider when adopting open source

    Open source software is commonplace, but organizations are still figuring out how to maximize their investment in open source products and projects.

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  • For designers or developers, actually trying is the key to hiring digital talent

    For designers or developers, actually trying is the key to hiring digital talent

    Whatever the role, top-quality talent is in high demand as organizations try to ramp up their digital transformation efforts.

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  • The next generation of SQL is about simplicity and global scale

    The next generation of SQL is about simplicity and global scale

    Cockroach Labs CTO Peter Mattis explains the new breed of distributed SQL databases.

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  • Securing applications in the era of speed, scale, and open source

    Securing applications in the era of speed, scale, and open source

    Snyk co-founder Guy Podjarny explains how the speed and scale of modern software development affect security practices.

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  • A Quick Guide For Getting Up to Speed on SRE

    A Quick Guide For Getting Up to Speed on SRE

    Site reliability engineering principles are taking over operations within forward-thinking companies. Learn more about SRE here.

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  • SRE and the value of treating operations as a software problem

    SRE and the value of treating operations as a software problem

    Google's Dave Rensin explains site reliability engineering (SRE).

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  • How to navigate the nuanced world of PaaS, CaaS and Kubernetes

    How to navigate the nuanced world of PaaS, CaaS and Kubernetes

    Pivotal VP of Technology Cornelia Davis explains what PaaS is and why it's so effective for cloud-native applications, as well as why some are better suited for systems like Kubernetes,

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  • AI for enterprises: Start small and choose projects wisely

    AI for enterprises: Start small and choose projects wisely

    Artificial intelligence expert Andrew Ng explains the basics of enterprise AI adoption, from scoping out the most impactful early applications to building out an AI team.

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  • Need to get up to speed on all things cloud-native? Meet Intersect.

    Need to get up to speed on all things cloud-native? Meet Intersect.

    Meet Intersect, Pivotal's new blog dedicated to explaining the technologies and processes behind digital transformation and cloud-native computing.

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  • Learn about the nexus of MongoDB and microservices in 15 minutes

    Learn about the nexus of MongoDB and microservices in 15 minutes

    In this podcast, MongoDB CTO Eliot Horowitz explains when it makes sense to use a distributed NoSQL database like MongoDB, and why developers are decision-makers when it comes to databases.

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  • Learn about Kubernetes and digital transformation in 15 minutes

    Learn about Kubernetes and digital transformation in 15 minutes

    Kubernetes creator and VMware principal engineer Joe Beda explains how Kubernetes plays into digital transformation, and smooths the transition between legacy and modern environments and skills.

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  • Learn the 'whats' and 'whys' of Apache Kafka in 15 minutes

    Learn the 'whats' and 'whys' of Apache Kafka in 15 minutes

    In this podcast, Apache Kafka co-creator and Confluent co-founder Neha Narkhede explains the benefits Kafka can bring to your data analytics, application architecture, and overall business strategies.

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  • DICK’S Sporting Goods Poised to Continue its Successful Digital Transformation Journey

    DICK’S Sporting Goods Poised to Continue its Successful Digital Transformation Journey

    A look into DICK’S Sporting Goods massive overhaul and the key factors that contributed to its successful transformation so far.

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  • The goal of digital transformation is outcomes, not engineering

    The goal of digital transformation is outcomes, not engineering

    Organizations should avoid taking on unnecessary engineering projects, especially when that work is focused on infrastructural plumbing rather than on elements that add meaningful business value.

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  • Enterprise buyers will determine the future of open source

    Enterprise buyers will determine the future of open source

    Open source software is more popular and more widely used than ever, but open source as a business model is at a crossroads. Enterprise IT spending will play a big role determining how that looks.

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  • Data breaches are much more expensive than data security

    Data breaches are much more expensive than data security

    Organizations need to get proactive about keeping all their sensitive data secure. And that means implementing security best practices at every level of the organization—from infrastructure to email.

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  • Microservices are still where software is heading

    Microservices are still where software is heading

    If you’re struggling to keep up with what seems like a software ecosystem moving at warp speed—microservices, Kubernetes, agile, and more—follow the big picture, not specific technologies.

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  • Home-buying is a tall order for digital transformation, but Zillow is trying

    Home-buying is a tall order for digital transformation, but Zillow is trying

    Digital transformation means that just because a transaction involves money and risk, it doesn't have to be painful. Zillow is looking to own the home-buying process from listing to title.

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