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The next generation of market leaders are transforming their products, customer interactions and delivery models with advances in mobile, data center and cloud computing technologies. As a result, IT leaders are exploring new ways to deliver software at high velocity and scale to meet the demands of their business.
This webinar series explores new approaches and techniques in continuous innovation: Platform-as-a-Service, microservices, containerization, requirements for a mobile-first world and agile development methodologies.
- Learn how in addition to simplifying the developer experience and improving productivity, modern cloud platforms deliver automation, speed and agility to operations teams.
- Attend to keep up with this rapidly evolving technology landscape by hearing from thought leaders from Pivotal, RedMonk, VMware, Cloud Foundry community members and more.
Building mobile apps that can transform business is on everyone's 2015 to-do list, but how do you avoid common pitfalls?
Companies need to build better software faster to compete. But existing monolithic applications, legacy platforms and lengthy operational deployment cycles are holding innovation...
This webinar explains how the combination of rapid development and production-ready features in the modern Spring stack are a perfect mixture for developing secure components in a system composed of microservices...
A technical track breakout session presented by Matt Stine, Platform Engineer, Cloud Foundry, Pivotal at the Cloud Foundry Summit, 2014.
Microservices? A thing? Or hype? What does it mean in practice? The answer, like so many Facebook statuses, is complicated. In broad strokes, Microservices offer a refreshed approach to application architecture.
Microservices, Pivotal Cloud Foundry and Spring Cloud combine to create an operationalized architecture that enables enterprises to continuously deliver value at scale through rapid, iterative development and to meet the needs of a mobile-first world.