Richard Seroter

Richard Seroter is the VP of Product Marketing at Pivotal, an 11-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 VP of Product Marketing at Pivotal, Richard heads up product, partner, customer, and technical 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.

  • You’re Investing In .NET, and so Are We. Pivotal Is Now a Corporate Sponsor of The .NET Foundation.

    You’re Investing In .NET, and so Are We. Pivotal Is Now a Corporate Sponsor of The .NET Foundation.

    PCF is an ideal place to run .NET workloads and now Pivotal, as a corporate sponsor of the .NET Foundation, is investing in making .NET even better.

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  • The Pivotal CTO Team Offers You Strategic Advisors. James Urquhart Just Made That Team Even Better.

    The Pivotal CTO Team Offers You Strategic Advisors. James Urquhart Just Made That Team Even Better.

    Industry veteran James Urquhart has joined Pivotal as a CTO who will work with our customers on their technology strategy.

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  • We’re Looking Forward to Welcoming Heptio to the Family! This is Why Our Customers Will be the Big Winners.

    We’re Looking Forward to Welcoming Heptio to the Family! This is Why Our Customers Will be the Big Winners.

    Today, VMware announced that it signed a definitive agreement to acquire Heptio. Staffed with Kubernetes creators and experts, Heptio is going to change the game for VMware, Pivotal, and PKS.

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  • Modernizing .NET Applications

    Modernizing .NET Applications

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  • It’s a Multi-cloud World. Here’s How to Consume It Successfully.

    It’s a Multi-cloud World. Here’s How to Consume It Successfully.

    The enterprises have spoken: multi-cloud is the preferred mode of operations. Learn how to find success, without losing the unique capabilities available in public clouds like Microsoft Azure.

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  • Modernizing your .NET apps? Look to Steeltoe's Service Connectors to speed things up.

    Modernizing your .NET apps? Look to Steeltoe's Service Connectors to speed things up.

    Learn how to connect to modern data services, and have confidence that it "just works," with Steeltoe and Pivotal Cloud Foundry.

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  • Help Has Arrived: How PCF 2.1 Changes How You Look at Windows And .NET

    Help Has Arrived: How PCF 2.1 Changes How You Look at Windows And .NET

    Pivotal Application Service for Windows is an ideal place to run your .NET Framework apps. Find out three change-changing capabilities.

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  • You Deserve a Continuously Integrated Platform. Here’s Why It Matters.

    You Deserve a Continuously Integrated Platform. Here’s Why It Matters.

    Each day, Pivotal tests all the various pieces of our cloud-native platform on all the major clouds. This saves you time packaging software, helps you patch faster, and lets you scale with confidence.

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  • Velocity-as-a-Service: 5 Ways to Ship Like a Software Company

    Velocity-as-a-Service: 5 Ways to Ship Like a Software Company

    There are few companies in the world that ship software as often as Pivotal does, and we learned five things along the way.

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  • Getting Help on Your Cloud-Native Journey

    Getting Help on Your Cloud-Native Journey

    While necessary, the transition to cloud-native isn't easy. ITQ is trying to help Dutch companies transform, and offered up some insight about the journey ahead.

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  • How to Deliver an Event-driven Architecture

    How to Deliver an Event-driven Architecture

    An event-driven architecture transforms how you generate, process, store, and access data. The result? A more dynamic, adaptable business. This blog post looks at how Cloud Foundry gets you there.

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  • Software Patterns are Evolving. Are You Keeping Up? Spring Days Can Help.

    Software Patterns are Evolving. Are You Keeping Up? Spring Days Can Help.

    Learn about many relevant new software patterns by coming to Spring Days. We talked to Pivotal developer advocate Josh Long to find out more about the event.

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  • Debunking Cloud Foundry Myths

    Debunking Cloud Foundry Myths

    Sometimes people get a mistaken impression of Cloud Foundry. Let's clear up a few misperceptions about supported applications, cost, and lock-in.

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  • 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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