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Pivotal CEO Rob Mee and Michael Dell talk to Michal Lev-Ram, Senior Writer, Fortune, about the last 30 years of tech, and what’s in store for the next 30 at the 2017 Built to Adapt Conference. from Pivotal. Bookmark Video
Getting up and running with Riff on GKE and deploying your first function. Project Riff Repository: https://github.com/projectriff/riff Riff Demos Repository: https://github.com/BrianMMcClain/riff-demos from Pivotal. Bookmark Video
Staying up-to-date with updates and patches is not an easy task. When updates come out multiple times a week for all of the PCF products, it can take a mountain of resources to patch each one of them manually. This effort can be simplified with implementing Concourse pipelines to detect new upgrades and install them […]
In this hands-on session we will provide a technical overview of migrating .NET and .NET Core to Pivotal Cloud Foundry and will: Profile the .NET and Java apps market Review the differences between .NET and .NET Core and how they impact migration approaches Outline a recommended migration strategy based on Capgemini’s methodology and experience Provide […]
This topic is a discussion on building a custom app autoscaler using the cloud controller api. In addition, the custom app autoscaler is bundled as a service broker using the tile generator. The metrics used for scaling are based on the results from any REST endpoint. A user can build a rule through a custom […]
Many Scrum principles assume you are co-located. But what if you aren’t. This session is to learn tools and techniques for working with remote team members in general and on a Scrum team in particular. The key is that everyone on the team is equally valued no matter where they happen to sit. While it […]
One of the most important factors in a microservices architecture is that application logic is separate from the data store. This design choice makes it easier for the application to scale. Providing a caching solution inside Pivotal Cloud Foundry makes it easy for these microservices to store data which can be retrieved 100x times faster […]