Michael Coté

Coté works on the advocate team for Pivotal Cloud Foundry®. See @cote for more.

  • Beyond the Sea of No's, with Jon Osborn

    Beyond the Sea of No's, with Jon Osborn

    Jon Osborn returns as a guest to discuss businesses cases, staffing, data projects, and more.

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  • A Preview of Cloud Foundry Summit 2019, with Dormain Drewitz

    A Preview of Cloud Foundry Summit 2019, with Dormain Drewitz

    Each year, the CF Summit brings together users, customers, and other community members. Dormain gives us a tour of the conference with some highlights.

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  • The Enterprise Event Loop, Multi-Cloud, and More, with James Urquhart

    The Enterprise Event Loop, Multi-Cloud, and More, with James Urquhart

    We talk with James Urquhart about event-driven flows in the enterprise, discuss the reasons for doing multi-cloud, and also what kinds of conversations "executives" find helpful.

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  • Duke Energy is using data to validate corporate strategies. You can, too.

    Duke Energy is using data to validate corporate strategies. You can, too.

    Corporate strategy can be inefficient, but applying product principles to it can optimize investment by validating ideas early on.

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  • Monolithic Transformation: Using DevOps, Agile, and Cloud Platforms to Execute a Digital Transformation Strategy

    Monolithic Transformation: Using DevOps, Agile, and Cloud Platforms to Execute a Digital Transformation Strategy

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  • Running Spring Boot apps on Kubernetes, with Paul Czarkowski

    Running Spring Boot apps on Kubernetes, with Paul Czarkowski

    Getting the blinking cursor of kubernetes up and running is only half the job: the other is actually running software in it. All mysteries reveled in this episode!

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  • Optimistic About Innovation, with John Mitchell

    Optimistic About Innovation, with John Mitchell

    Coté interviews Duke Energy's John Mitchell on their journey of getting better at software. They talk agile strategy, lean product discovers, and getting the apps right.

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  • Demystifying the public or private cloud choice

    Demystifying the public or private cloud choice

    A recent study found that just 4 percent of organizations run their applications exclusively in the public cloud. Some considerations for what should run where.

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  • Pumping the Digital Transformation Bunny at the US Air Force, with Bryon Kroger

    Pumping the Digital Transformation Bunny at the US Air Force, with Bryon Kroger

    USAF's Bryon Kroger goes over how they've moved multi-year release cycles to just weeks in the Kessel Run projects.

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  • Knate-ive

    Knate-ive

    Serverless! Functions! Knative! What's it all mean? Nate Schutta explains it all to Coté.

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  • Predictions Past and Predictions Future, 2018/2019 Edition

    Predictions Past and Predictions Future, 2018/2019 Edition

    It's that time of year again: predictions! Doing predictions is silly, but it's mostly silly-fun. Richard & Coté think about the next year and look back at some previous predictions.

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  • In 2019, Put a Platform-as-a-Product Strategy in Place

    In 2019, Put a Platform-as-a-Product Strategy in Place

    This coming year, keep focusing on creating better products for your customers, but also make sure you're creating the best product for your developers.

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  • Domain-Driven Design & Event Storming, with Jakub Pilimon

    Domain-Driven Design & Event Storming, with Jakub Pilimon

    In this episode, Coté talks with Jakub Pilimon to figure out what DDD is, plus how event storming is used to find domains.

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  • The Middle-Management Bind, with Carl Coryell-Martin

    The Middle-Management Bind, with Carl Coryell-Martin

    Few tasks harder than refactoring a large organization, but that's exactly what we're asking management to do in all this digital transformation hoopla.

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  • Everyone's Getting Better at Software, Highlights from SpringOne Platform 2018

    Everyone's Getting Better at Software, Highlights from SpringOne Platform 2018

    Richard and Coté take a tour of the best of SpringOne Platform keynotes. They also go over some of the product announcements, namely PCF 2.3 and PKS 1.2.

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  • Focus on Product, not Just Operations, and Growing Customer-focused Staff, with Thomas Squeo

    Focus on Product, not Just Operations, and Growing Customer-focused Staff, with Thomas Squeo

    While at SpringOne Platform 2018, Coté talks with West's Thomas Squeo about how West has been shifting from an IT-as-operators and project gnomes to end-to-end product people.

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  • Changing culture with habits & the un-toasted panini quandary, with Kyle Campos (Ep. 114)

    Changing culture with habits & the un-toasted panini quandary, with Kyle Campos (Ep. 114)

    It's easy to understand what kind of IT culture you need if you're going to improve how you do software, but how do you actually change such a squishy thing?

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  • Product Management, with Jonathan Sirlin (Ep. 113)

    Product Management, with Jonathan Sirlin (Ep. 113)

    This episode we talk with Pivotal's Jonathan Sirlin about product management using several examples of applications and organizations he's worked with.

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  • Serverless, knative, & project riff, with Mark Fisher (Ep. 112)

    Serverless, knative, & project riff, with Mark Fisher (Ep. 112)

    Few topics are driving more interest than "serverless." in this episode, Richard & Coté talk with Mark Fisher on riff, knative, and serverless. Also, Dutch herring history.

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  • Design, with Salomé Mortazavi (Ep. 111)

    Design, with Salomé Mortazavi (Ep. 111)

    We finally talk about design in this episode with Salomé Mortazavi. She goes in-depth into what design is for software, how it operates in a very user centric way, and much more.

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