Pivotal Conversations

Pivotal Conversations
By Pivotal Software
About this podcast
Richard Seroter and Coté talk about recent news in the cloud native world and discuss topics around organizations transforming to cloud.

See http://pivotal.io/podcast for full show notes.
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Feb. 10, 2018
While much of the magic of cloud native apps comes from being stateless, state must exist somewhere. Not only does this data need to be stored and accessible, but just as with the source code and builds for your application, the backing databases need to be managed and included in the build pipeline. Datical has been working on this problem for sometime. In this episode, their CTO, Robert Reeves, discusses all of this with us. Full show notes: http://pivotal.io/podcast
Feb. 6, 2018
All the kids are crazy for kubernetes. And for good reason, it's helping smooth out the rough, weird area between IaaS and PaaS, making it easier for organizations to run their IT in a cloud native fashion. In this episode, Richard and Coté talk with Pivotal's Paul Czarkowski about the history, purpose, and experience of running kubernetes. We also touch on how it intermixes and effects serveless and DevOps. Plus, we talk about doing CFPs, and, as always, we also go over recent news in the infrastructure world. Full show notes: http://pivotal.io/podcast
Jan. 31, 2018
Doing proper, product-driven, user-driven agile in large organizations is hard. Much of it, of course, has to do with organizational processes that are inflexible and built around long-term planning. Emily Tate knows all this first hand, and we discuss her about her recent talk on this topic. As always, we also go over recent news in the infrastructure world. Full show notes: http://pivotal.io/podcast
Jan. 23, 2018
Open source has become one of the most popular - if not the most popular? - ways of producing and maintaining software. What are the advantages for developers, and how should organizations evaluate the long term viability of open source projects? We discuss these topics, plus a little bit of a look back at the history of commercialized open source in this episode.
Jan. 16, 2018
Technology and process are important when it comes to improving how you do software, but selling the organization on the change is always an issue. GAIC's Jon Osborn gave a great talk on navigating the "no's" to change at SpringOne platform. The day before he gave the talk, Coté talked with him about his experience getting a large organization onboard with cloud native and agile concepts, all the way down to tactics like how like slides and business cases. He also talks with Ben Romito who'd moved from doing .Net development at GAIC to Java development. Full show notes: http://pivotal.io/podcast
Jan. 2, 2018
Very few enterprises start with a pure green field portfolio, with the ability to create and manage applications in a cloud native mode. They often need to intermix "legacy" style application with these new ones, let alone just run the applications on their own. While at SpringOne Platform, Coté talked with Ben Wilcock about a project he'd worked that fits right in here. Full show notes: http://pivotal.io/podcast
Dec. 20, 2017
At the end of the year there's no end of predictions from the IT analyst would. In this episode, Richard and I talk with Pivotal's head analyst relations, Rita Manachi. We cover predictions in software development, infrastructure and cloud, and handful of miscellaneous ones like AI. Just for funsies, each of us throws in a prediction as well, plus a bonus book recommendation to start the new year with. Full show notes: http://pivotal.io/podcast
Dec. 14, 2017
While event-driven applications have existed for as long as our cyber-memories can rollback, we're seeing a revitalization of interest in them at the moment. In this episode, Coté talks with Kenny Bastani about his talk on this topic, meandering from some basics on the topic, to why you'd be interested in this architecture style, to the benefits of it. Matt Curry also joins into the discussion. Full show notes: http://pivotal.io/podcast
Dec. 13, 2017
How is DevOps actually panning out in organizations? In this episode recorded at SpringOne Platform, Kenny Bastani and I talk with Matt Curry about his talk on putting DevOps in place. We discuss how being more open in conversations helps build trust, shifting to a product-centric approach, and some ideas about scaling DevOps. Also, we discuss the idea of "is DevOps actually real," a favorite topic of Coté's. Full show notes: http://pivotal.io/podcast
Nov. 29, 2017
The best conference in cloud native is right around the corner, SpringOne Platform, Dec 4th to 7th. Chock full of actual end-users and enterprises (along with your friends from Pivotal), it'll be a great time to learn about new technologies and how to improve how your organization does software. There's somewhere around 150 sessions. Richard and Coté go over some of their highlights, what to get out of the conference, and, as always, some recent infrastructure software news. Full show notes: http://pivotal.io/podcast