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Get all of Pivotal's podcasts in one place. Covering cloud-native journeys to smart applications and modern development to team culture, listen to stories, conversations, opinions, and insights from leading technologists about the transformative power of software. Read show notes at https://content.pivotal.io/podcasts.
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Get all of Pivotal's podcasts in one place. Covering cloud-native journeys to smart applications and modern development to team culture, listen to stories, conversations, opinions, and insights from leading technologists about the transformative power of software. Read show notes at https://content.pivotal.io/podcasts.

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Candy corn teeth, or, SpringOne Platform re-cap

10/14/2019
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With SpringOne Platform over, Danielle Burrow and Bryan Friedman join us to re-cap the conferences, esp. their favorite sessions and some notable fun findings. The news segment also covers Pivotal Application Service 2.7, Azure Spring, and the Pivotal Vanguard program.

Duration:00:55:47

Pack to the Future: Cloud-Native Buildpacks on k8s with Emily Casey

10/1/2019
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Emily Casey got into tech "by accident," but we're sure glad she did. As an engineer on the Cloud-Native Buildpacks contributor team, Emily has been working to mature how people build container images. Last year, she presented about "Cloud Foundry Buildpacks and the Future of Opinionated Cloud Builds" at SpringOne Platform. Since then, the vision for cloud-native buildpacks has become a reality. Casey and team have been tackling how to make the more modular cloud-native buildpacks more...

Duration:00:26:28

Richard & Coté's SpringOne Platform Pre-Romp

9/29/2019
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SpringOne Platform is in just one week! Richard and Coté talk about the conference, some of their highlights, and some quick food recommendations (burgers!). Perhaps too quick! We also cover some recent news in .Net, serverless, and Azure security. Richard discusses a DevOps Report webinar he did with Dr. Nicole Forsgren, and Coté gives an overview of the new book he's working on (The Business Bottleneck) and preview of a two part webinar on the topic (part one, part two). There's still time...

Duration:00:47:09

Leading Product: The Sparks, the Challenges, and the Victories, with Alexandra Lung

9/27/2019
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"The Product Manager is the one who leads the product." In this SpringOne Platform interview, Coté talks with Alexandra Lung about her and Fanny Verney's talk at SpringOne platform: "Leading Product: The Sparks, the Challenges, and the Victories." They discuss enterprise product management, an example from Orange, and the daily work of product managers. There's still time to register and come see this talk and many, many other awesome ones. SpringOne Platform is Oct 7th to 10th in Austin,...

Duration:00:38:34

Unwinding Folklore to Modernize at Northern Trust with Len Hardy

9/24/2019
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While many organizations *want* to use the public cloud, they aren't in a position to do so. With applications written decades ago and an offshoring strategy, companies need to invest in re-engineering applications for the cloud era. This is where Northern Trust found itself a couple years ago. In this podcast, you'll hear how Northern Trust began to modernize core software and build new functionality according to 12 Factor principles. You'll hear how they worked closely with Pivotal and...

Duration:00:47:24

Using Micrometer to Understand Application Behavior, a SpringOne Platform preview

9/18/2019
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Mark Heckler talks with Erin Schnabel about her SpringOnePlatform talk, "Metrics for the Win: Using Micrometer to Understand Application Behavior." SpringOne Platform is Oct 7th and 10th in Austin, Texas. Register before August 20th to get a comfy, $200 discount by using discount code S1P200_MHeckler.

Duration:00:40:49

A preview of two talks on CI/CD and Reactive, Cora Iberkleid

9/11/2019
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Mark Heckler talks with Cora Iberkleid about two of her SpringOnePlatform talks: "Square Pegs, Square Holes: CI/CD That Fits" and "Reactive Architectures with RSocket and Spring Cloud Gateway." SpringOne Platform is Oct 7th and 10th in Austin, Texas. Register before August 20th to get a comfy, $200 discount by using discount code S1P200_MHeckler.

Duration:00:24:41

SpringOne Platform preview: RabbitMQ and Kafka, and, Building Reliable Services on Kubernetes

9/5/2019
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Mark Heckler talks with Zoe Vance about two of her SpringOnePlatform talks: "RabbitMQ and Kafka" and "Building Reliable Services on Kubernetes." SpringOne Platform is Oct 7th and 10th in Austin, Texas. Register before August 20th to get a comfy, $200 discount by using discount code S1P200_MHeckler.

Duration:00:12:20

How to Get Productive with Spring Boot, Madhura Bhave

9/5/2019
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This week, Mark Heckler talks with Madhura Bhave about her talk at SpringOne Platform 2019, "How to Get Productive with Spring Boot." SpringOne Platform is Oct 7th and 10th in Austin, Texas. Register before August 20th to get a comfy discount, or listen to this episode to hear a discount code that'll shave off $200.

Duration:00:24:07

Hello, Spring Security 5.2 with Ria Stein

9/3/2019
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This week, Mark Heckler talks with Ria Stein about her talk at SpringOne Platform 2019, "Hello, Spring Security 5.2." SpringOne Platform is Oct 7th and 10th in Austin, Texas. Register before August 20th to get a comfy discount, or listen to this episode to hear a discount code that'll shave off $200.

Duration:00:17:57

Fully Reactive: Spring, Kotlin, and JavaFX Playing Together with Trisha Gee

8/28/2019
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This week, Mark Heckler talks with Trisha Gee about her talk at SpringOne Platform 2019, "Fully Reactive: Spring, Kotlin, and JavaFX Playing Together." SpringOne Platform is Oct 7th and 10th in Austin, Texas. Register before August 20th to get a comfy discount, or listen to this episode to hear a discount code that'll shave off $200.

Duration:00:29:09

Analysts relations, kubernetes for konservative konsumers, and pig brains

8/26/2019
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Analysts relations, kubernetes for konservative konsumers, and pig brains, with Rita Manachi We've got Rita Manachi back this week to talk about industry analysts in the tech world. As ever, we discuss some relevant news first - lots of VMware! - and then talk with Rita about the in's and out's of working with analysts. Also, we discuss some actual industry trends like kubernetes and how analysts have looked at and advised around it over recent years. And, remember: SpringOne Platform is...

Duration:00:49:57

How to Live in a Post–Spring Cloud Netflix World with Olga Maciaszek-Sharma

8/15/2019
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This week, Mark Heckler talks with Olga Maciaszek-Sharmaabout her talk at SpringOne Platform 2019, "How to Live in a Post–Spring Cloud Netflix World." SpringOne Platform is Oct 7th and 10th in Austin, Texas. Register before August 20th to get a comfy discount, or listen to this episode to hear a discount code that'll shave off $200.

Duration:00:31:23

Using New Tech Foundries for large digital transformation, with Regis Allegre

8/8/2019
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Transforming an IT organization from within is notoriously difficult, sometimes impossible. Instead, when going through digital transformation, many organizations decide to create brand new groups that can start from scratch. This sounds, easy, of course, but is full of all sorts of small tactics and moves that add up to big change. In this interview from Pivotal Paris 2019, Coté talks with Accenture's Regis Allegre about Accenture's program to help companies put New Tech Foundries in place....

Duration:00:18:21

Making Chaos Engineering Real for PCF at T-Mobile

8/8/2019
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In our last podcast on chaos engineering with Tammy Butow , we learned about the basic concepts of chaos engineering, failure injection, and "game days." This time, Derrick Harris interviews Karun Chennuri (@karunchennuri) and Ramesh Krishnaram (@RKrishnaram) of T-Mobile about how they are applying this at T-Mobile, where they are running about 3,000 applications and nearly 40,000 containers on Pivotal Cloud Foundry-based platform. What they learned is that chaos engineering tools are not...

Duration:00:33:14

PAS, PKS,and RabbitMQ on kubernetes

7/31/2019
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This week, we talk about Pivotal's recent announcements about alphas for running several parts of PCF on kubernetes. We also discuss proper taco eating technique and why Coté is part of the global warming problem, probably. Don't forget to check out SpringOne Platform, Pivotal's annual conference. It's October 7th to 9th in lovely Austin, Texas. You can $200 off registration if you sign up before August 20th.

Duration:00:58:12

Mick Pollard Explains How (and Why) Platform Teams Track Developer NPS

7/25/2019
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We've all seen those Net Promoter Score (NPS) surveys ("On a scale of 0 to 10, how likely are you to recommend this product or service...") in our consumer lives. But what if platform teams collected NPS as a metric for developer satisfaction? In this episode, Mick Pollard (@aussielunix, which I totally mispronounced as "aussie linux"... think UNIX!) shares how using NPS shifted the mindset of a platform team. Instead of measuring on velocity, the team ran a simple NPS survey and was shocked...

Duration:00:41:38

A small batch of validated features is better than a big batch of completed features

7/18/2019
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This week, we've got another profile of an application that's benefited from being a product, not just a project. I talk with Franck Liso about Protostellar's logistics business and one of the applications that runs the business. As Franck tells it, the application needed a fresh, well designed second version to extend Protostellar reach beyond just one port. We focus on talking through the design process that used small batches to validate features rather than large, big batches. It's a...

Duration:00:34:32

Design Thinking with Wipro's Nate Clinton and Pivotal's Tim McCoy

7/9/2019
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Designers play a critical role in software development. They impact not just what users see on the screen, but impact important decisions about product direction. In this episode of Pivotal Conversations, Nate Clinton, managing director at Designit, a unit of Wipro, and Tim McCoy, Senior Director of Design at Pivotal, talk about the evolution of design thinking in software development and share best practices for designing modern software.

Duration:00:52:09

Product design, with Alex Tran

7/2/2019
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Validating your assumptions about app features is one of the core benefits of proper product thinking. This means testing out your design theories, but also testing out higher level, strategic questions. Pivotal's Alex Tran walks us through it all. He also goes over a few examples, mapping metrics to design, discover and framing (D&F), and discusses the idea of product vs. project.

Duration:00:52:42