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Technical articles from engineers and developers at Pivotal.

  • GPU-Accelerated Deep Learning on Greenplum Database

    GPU-Accelerated Deep Learning on Greenplum Database

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  • Developing, Architecting, Testing, & Documenting your API [Part 4 of 4]

    Developing, Architecting, Testing, & Documenting your API [Part 4 of 4]

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  • The Case of Intermittent Test Suites

    The Case of Intermittent Test Suites

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  • A Day In The Life of A Pivotal Engineer

    A Day In The Life of A Pivotal Engineer

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  • Hiding Services and Runtime Discovery with Spring Cloud Gateway

    Hiding Services and Runtime Discovery with Spring Cloud Gateway

    In this post, we'll look at Spring Cloud’s Gateway and Registry components and illustrate how you can use them together to make your applications more secure and more reliable.

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  • Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 3 of 4]

    Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 3 of 4]

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  • Hitch a Ride With Sidecar Support in Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.6

    Hitch a Ride With Sidecar Support in Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.6

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  • Getting Started with Spring Cloud Gateway

    Getting Started with Spring Cloud Gateway

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  • Every Microservice Needs a Cache. So Use Pivotal Cloud Cache!

    Every Microservice Needs a Cache. So Use Pivotal Cloud Cache!

    Getting started with Pivotal Cloud Cache (PCC)

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  • Principles of Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 2 of 4]

    Principles of Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 2 of 4]

    In this blog, we share the process we took to design the APIs to meet business and user needs.

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  • 5 Conversations You Should Be Having About Your User Stories

    5 Conversations You Should Be Having About Your User Stories

    If a story is a placeholder for a conversation, when does that conversation happen? Who has it? What do they talk about? Here are five moments engineering and product should be checking in with each.

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  • Echoes of Meltdown

    Echoes of Meltdown

    How the Cloud Foundry Community Addressed Zombieload, RIDL, and Fallout.

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  • Moving from Monoliths to Microservices? Don’t Forget to Transform the Data Layer. Here’s How.

    Moving from Monoliths to Microservices? Don’t Forget to Transform the Data Layer. Here’s How.

    Transforming large monolithic applications into microservices is often a worthwhile effort. Particularly when your scenario meets these 6 factors.

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  • Spring Data and YugaByte DB: A Developers Dream

    Spring Data and YugaByte DB: A Developers Dream

    When a developer uses Spring Data along with Spring Boot, the complexity of a typical application melts away. Here's what that looks like.

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  • Principles of Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 1 of 4]

    Principles of Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 1 of 4]

    Resourcing & Designing Your API: For product managers, designers, engineers

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  • How to Distribute Data Across a PCC Cluster: Replicated or Partitioned?

    How to Distribute Data Across a PCC Cluster: Replicated or Partitioned?

    Pivotal Cloud Cache dramatically reduces latency when users request certain types of data. Read the blog about how to distribute data across a PCC cluster.

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  • When Building Microservices, Use Contract Testing to Improve API Design & Team Collaboration

    When Building Microservices, Use Contract Testing to Improve API Design & Team Collaboration

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  • How we moved a massively parallel Postgres database onto Kubernetes

    How we moved a massively parallel Postgres database onto Kubernetes

    If you’ve ever wondered what type of applications are the best candidates to run on Kubernetes, distributed applications that scale out, such as Greenplum, are certainly at the top of the list, as...

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  • Testing Spring filters without pain

    Testing Spring filters without pain

    The Spring framework has grown and changed at a massive pace over the last years. It has evolved from XML configured beans to annotation based beans, from synchronous to a non-blocking and...

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  • The Elements of Highly Effective Pair Programming

    The Elements of Highly Effective Pair Programming

    Get the most value from your pairing session with these helpful tips.

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