In this week's episode of Pivotal Conversations, Dormain and Jeff chat with Greg Meyer, a distinguished engineer at Cerner, a maker of healthcare software. Greg talks about a modernized specification he helped develop to achieve interoperability and easier data movement between healthcare systems. He also explains how the company is modernizing its development practices to increase the pace of innovation.
- 1:00 - Greg on the modernized healthcare data specification
- 13:55 - How SpringOne Platform jumpstarted the reference implementation
- 18:03 - How to access the modernized specification
- 25:50 - PCF and improved developer productivity at Cerner
- 33:56 - Greg on security and credentials management
- 39:48 - What's next for Cerner
"You hear about a lot of these specifications taking years and years to write. We went from an idea to a 1.0 release version of the reference implementation in under a year." - Greg Meyer, Cerner
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News & Resources
- Read Greg's take on how to exploit technical debt with modernization and rediscovery.
- Read how Cerner got its delivery pipelines flowing with Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
- Watch this S1P session to learn how Cerner takes a pragmatic and quantitative look at the benefits obtained through the use of Spring, PCF, and Concourse.
- Learn more about how Pivotal healthcare customers use software to improve patient outcomes.
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