Richard Seroter

Richard Seroter is a Senior Director of Product for Pivotal, a 10-time Microsoft MVP for cloud, an instructor for developer-centric training company Pluralsight, the lead InfoQ.com editor for cloud computing, and author of multiple books on application integration strategies. As a Senior Director of Product at Pivotal, Richard heads up product marketing and helps customers see how to transform the way they build software. Richard maintains a regularly updated blog (seroter.wordpress.com) on topics of architecture and solution design and can be found on Twitter as @rseroter.

  • Meet Kubo. BOSH-Powered, Web-Scale Release Engineering for Kubernetes

    Meet Kubo. BOSH-Powered, Web-Scale Release Engineering for Kubernetes

    In this alpha release, Kubo delivers a highly-available BOSH-managed Kubernetes environment. Pivotal Cloud Foundry delivers unified lifecycle management for whichever cloud runtime a customer chooses.

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  • The "Cloud-Native" Label Matters. Here's Why.

    The "Cloud-Native" Label Matters. Here's Why.

    In 2016, top companies decided to reestablish their competitive advantage. How? By rebuilding themselves as cloud natives to become good at software. And they asked Pivotal to help make that happen.

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  • How to Remaster Enterprise Architecture for a Cloud-Native World

    How to Remaster Enterprise Architecture for a Cloud-Native World

    How can enterprise architects champion the org changes needed to compete with the cloud-natives? We look at three areas of improvement.

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  • Be Like The Cloud-Natives: Use DataStax For High-Performing Databases

    Be Like The Cloud-Natives: Use DataStax For High-Performing Databases

    Modern application architectures require a new approach to data. Modern apps need databases that get deployed through automation, prioritize availability and fault tolerance, and deliver...

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  • Partner Interview: Fast, Highly Available Data With Redis Labs

    Partner Interview: Fast, Highly Available Data With Redis Labs

    One tactic Pivotal Cloud Foundry customers use to make their apps perform better and scale more easily, is to use Redis. For those interested in highly available Redis, we recommend considering...

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  • Partner Interview: Using Azuqua To Integrate Your Apps

    Partner Interview: Using Azuqua To Integrate Your Apps

    The Azuqua Platform gives companies a new approach for quickly building mashups, connecting data sources, talking to SaaS apps, and designing novel event-driven software. Pivotal and Azuqua...

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  • 250k Containers In Production: A Real Test For The Real World

    250k Containers In Production: A Real Test For The Real World

    The Cloud Foundry team just wrapped up a performance test that sustained an astonishing 250,000 containers in one environment, but what was more impressive was that such a benchmark depended on a...

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  • To Avoid Getting Caught In The Developer Skills Gap, Do This.

    To Avoid Getting Caught In The Developer Skills Gap, Do This.

    The Global Perception Study by the Cloud Foundry Foundation shows that the majority (>60%) of companies want to close the developer skills gap through hiring and training, NOT by outsourcing. Here...

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  • Pivotal Cloud Foundry: A First-Class Home For Your .NET Applications

    Pivotal Cloud Foundry: A First-Class Home For Your .NET Applications

    Pivotal and Microsoft are working hard to make the cloud a friendlier place for .NET developers. This post describes five major advancements we’ve made in partnership with Microsoft over the past...

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  • How Cloud Foundry Gives Developers A Reliable Container Runtime

    How Cloud Foundry Gives Developers A Reliable Container Runtime

    Responding to the massive confusion regarding container runtimes and compatibility that has been simmering around the Docker project for months, and finally erupted last week, Pivotal Cloud...

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  • Partnering in the Cloud-Native Ecosystem, Guest Josh McKenty (Ep. 28)

    Partnering in the Cloud-Native Ecosystem, Guest Josh McKenty (Ep. 28)

    This week’s podcast finds hosts Cote and Richard Seroter at SpringOne Platform, talking with Pivotal Cloud Foundry’s head of partnering engineering Josh McKenty to find out more on the...

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  • Get Closure: Deploy Apps to Production in Seconds, Not Weeks

    Get Closure: Deploy Apps to Production in Seconds, Not Weeks

    In this post, our own Richard Seroter, Senior Director of Product and 9-time Microsoft MVP, explains one of the most important reasons that virtually all software apps should run on Pivotal Cloud...

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  • Living On The Edge: Why Route Services Matter

    Living On The Edge: Why Route Services Matter

    Route Services in Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) are a new type of marketplace service that developers insert into the request path for their application. These services intercept requests at the...

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  • How Pivotal Web Services Just Improved The Security Of Your Platform

    How Pivotal Web Services Just Improved The Security Of Your Platform

    How up-to-date are your application environments? When's the last time you updated the operating system or loaded the latest Java runtime? If your team is like most, the answer is "not often...

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