Posts Tagged ‘Pivotal SpringOne’

Overview of Pivotal Container Service (PKS)

Last week at Pivotal’s SpringOne conference in Austin, there was a lot of hype around Pivotal’s container offering, PKS. PKS enables provisioning, operation, and management of enterprise-grade Kubernetes clusters. I attended the SpringOne sessions about the PKS patterns and best practices for delivering the Kubernetes ecosystem. If you weren’t able to attend, I summarized the […]

SpringOne 2019 Keynote Recap: VMware and Pivotal

SpringOne Platform, Pivotal’s user conference, is happening in Austin this week. Today, the conference officially opened with a keynote featuring James Watters, Senior VP of Strategy at Pivotal. After some initial remarks, he brought Pivotal’s soon-to-be new owner and current CEO of VMware, Pat Gelsinger, on stage. The acquisition was announced two months ago during […]

The New Paradigms of Application Development

Having arrived home from Pivotal SpringOne, I’ve given some thought over the past few weeks around what I heard at the conference. From listening to breakout sessions to speaking with fellow attendees, I felt that I was able to get a fairly solid grasp on where cloud computing, as well as application development is heading. […]

#S1P: How to Drive Technology as a Core Competency

Here at Pivotal’s SpringOne Platform conference, much of the conversation has been around the appropriate use of technology. For Silicon Valley companies and employees alike including me (who grew up in Silicon Valley and lived in the region for 27 years), the conversation is important since many get caught up in the development and its […]