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  • Application Performance Means Business in the Digital Age (Ep. 18)

    Application Performance Means Business in the Digital Age (Ep. 18)

    In this week's episode of Pivotal Insights, host Jeff Kelly and New Relic's Abner Germanow discuss the evolving role of application performance monitoring (APM) in cloud-native environments.

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  • Thawing the Frozen Middle, With RedMonk (Ep. 51)

    Thawing the Frozen Middle, With RedMonk (Ep. 51)

    On the cloud native journey, when middle-management doesn't want to change, you have to thaw that frozen middle. In this episode, we discuss defrosting techniques with Pivotal's Drewitz and RedMonk's

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  • Dino Helps Us Figure Out What to Do With Legacy Applications (Ep. 50)

    Dino Helps Us Figure Out What to Do With Legacy Applications (Ep. 50)

    Most Pivotal Cloud Foundry customers have a large portfolio of legacy applications. We discuss how to migrate those apps with Dino Cicciarelli.

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  • Put an End to It: Managing Finite Microservices Tasks (Ep. 17)

    Put an End to It: Managing Finite Microservices Tasks (Ep. 17)

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  • How to Become a Maestro of Microservices with Spring Cloud Data Flow (Ep. 16)

    How to Become a Maestro of Microservices with Spring Cloud Data Flow (Ep. 16)

    Pivotal’s Sina Sojoodi talks with Jeff Kelly about Pivotal clients across industries turning to Spring Cloud Data Flow to deploy and orchestrate composable microservices.

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  • A False Choice: Systems of Record vs. Systems of Engagement (Ep. 49)

    A False Choice: Systems of Record vs. Systems of Engagement (Ep. 49)

    We discuss why systems of records vs. experience isn't the most helpful framing to use when managing your application portfolio.

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  • Avoid the Ninja Anti-Pattern, Planning Out Your Cloud Platform Project (Ep. 48)

    Avoid the Ninja Anti-Pattern, Planning Out Your Cloud Platform Project (Ep. 48)

    How do containers fit into your cloud-native planning? We try to answer this question with guest John Feminella and explore ways that cloud platforms can get built.

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  • Optimizing the Customer Experience with Dynatrace and Pivotal Cloud Foundry (Ep. 15)

    Optimizing the Customer Experience with Dynatrace and Pivotal Cloud Foundry (Ep. 15)

    In this episode of Pivotal Insights, host Jeff Kelly speaks with Mike Villiger, Senior Technical Partner Manager at Dynatrace. Dynatrace is a Pivotal partner and leading APM/DPM provider.

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  • Grappling with Real-Time Analytics (Ep. 14)

    Grappling with Real-Time Analytics (Ep. 14)

    In this episode of Pivotal Insights, Jeff Kelly and Dormain Drewitz grapple with the issue of real-time analytics and how to make the right architectural and business decisions for your organization.

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  • The Undying Death of JEE: Gartner, App Servers, and Cloud-Native (Ep. 47)

    The Undying Death of JEE: Gartner, App Servers, and Cloud-Native (Ep. 47)

    In this episode, we discuss the new Gartner report on Java app servers, the responses, and all the context to figure out what to make of all this.

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  • Our Unique Culture at Pivotal Labs (Ep. 1)

    Our Unique Culture at Pivotal Labs (Ep. 1)

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  • Filling the Developer Skills Gap with Abby Kearns & James Governor (Ep. 46)

    Filling the Developer Skills Gap with Abby Kearns & James Governor (Ep. 46)

    In this episode, we dig into a recent survey by the Cloud Foundry Foundation on developer skills gaps, and how IT departments needs to rethink their approach to training and hiring. To do so, we...

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  • The Quest for the Magic Database (Ep. 13)

    The Quest for the Magic Database (Ep. 13)

    In this episode of Pivotal Insights, host Jeff Kelly speaks with Pivotal’s Ivan Novick and Jag Mirani about the new GemFire-Greenplum Connector that supports use cases that require both...

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  • Cloud-Native at Home Depot, With Tony McCulley (Ep. 45)

    Cloud-Native at Home Depot, With Tony McCulley (Ep. 45)

    Home Depot has been using Pivotal Cloud Foundry and developing in the Pivotal way for over a year now. Thus far, they have roughly 150 applications running in Pivotal Cloud Foundry across all...

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  • No, Machine Learning Won’t Lead to Killer Robots (Ep.12)

    No, Machine Learning Won’t Lead to Killer Robots (Ep.12)

    In this episode of Pivotal Insights, host Jeff Kelly speaks with Frank McQuillan. The two talk about the realities of ML and AI in the enterprise, share examples of Pivotal customers that are...

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  • Checking In With The Analysts At #GartnerAPPS (Ep. 44)

    Checking In With The Analysts At #GartnerAPPS (Ep. 44)

    How are analysts reckoning with "cloud-native"? Pivotal’s analyst relations lead, Rita Manachi joins to talk about what industry analysts do, and then jump into how analysts are thinking about...

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  • Step One: Build A Pizza Factory (Ep. 43)

    Step One: Build A Pizza Factory (Ep. 43)

    This week, hosts Coté and Richard Seroter take a sharp look at the enduring question—can agile scale? In fact, Pivotal is seeing more adoption of agile in large organizations than ever before, and...

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  • The Data Science Unicorn and the Balanced Team (Ep. 11)

    The Data Science Unicorn and the Balanced Team (Ep. 11)

    In this episode of Pivotal Insights, host Jeff Kelly and Pivotal Data Scientist Ian Huston talk about the potential benefits of bringing data scientists into the balanced team, best practices for...

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  • Pivotal DOS Lets Enterprises Focus on Analytics (Ep. 10)

    Pivotal DOS Lets Enterprises Focus on Analytics (Ep. 10)

    Jeff Kelly speaks with Jacque Istok about Pivotal DOS, a new managed service offering for Pivotal Greenplum and Pivotal HDB, that lets enterprises focus on analytics while Pivotal handles...

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  • The Alignment Anti-pattern, Improving Developer Skills (Ep. 42)

    The Alignment Anti-pattern, Improving Developer Skills (Ep. 42)

    Companies that want to get better at software are staffing and organizing themselves in new ways. The traditional "silos" approach clusters teams together into functional groups, whereas modern...

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