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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://tanzu.vmware.com/content/podcasts.

    From Objects to Capabilities: Joe Hoh on Infrastructure Team to Platform Team

    From Objects to Capabilities: Joe Hoh on Infrastructure Team to Platform Team

    What's different about the day in the life of a DevOps Platform pro from an infrastructure pro? In speaking with Joe Hoh of Great American Insurance Company it's all about delivering capabilities instead of objects. The work isn't measured by the number of VMs delivered and tickets fulfilled. It's about adding new capabilities to developers and their business use cases. And that is much more rewarding work.

    What helps? Embracing the reality of change and making rework easier with a platform. With so much base capability automated, the platform team gets more return on spending time with developers, helping them be successful. "A lot of what DevOps is is educating each other."

    What did Joe bring to his platform role from infrastructure days? Read the full show notes at: https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/podcasts/from-objects-to-capabilities-joe-hoh-on-infrastructure-team-to-platform-team

    Managing remote working, strategy & people

    Managing remote working, strategy & people

    In this episode, Coté is joined by Rick Clark and Sophie Seiwald to discuss management challenges of remote working. You know the drill: everyone has been working from home since the spring, taking away all the advantages and habits of working face-to-face. What’s new in this conversation is some advice for doing strategy communication, something that’s especially important when you’re relying on autonomous developer teams. We also discuss keeping people’s spirits up and making casual conversations with the boss more like running into each other in the hallway instead of an ominous “we need to talk” meeting.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJsnVT_LqTM&list=PLAdzTan_eSPRNuA52_34wh5VTBC-0Rz7U&index=8&t=425s

    The Business Case For Cloud Computing with Kevin Jackson

    The Business Case For Cloud Computing with Kevin Jackson

    "Cloud computing is a risk management exercise"

    In this episode, Dormain talks with Kevin L. Jackson, author of "Click to Transform," about the business case for cloud computing. Kevin argues that the real value is in delivering products better, faster, and to more people. In many cases this involves a jump from physical products to virtual experiences. But the technology isn't the hard part; shifting to an ecosystem approach is much harder.

    What about cost savings in the cloud? Kevin points out that cloud computing will cost more if it's not accompanied by a change in operating models.

    Read the full show notes here https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/podcasts/the-business-case-for-cloud-computing-with-kevin-jackson

    Everything I know about platform operations, platform as a product

    Everything I know about platform operations, platform as a product

    What platform operations and “platform as a product” means, how it differs from existing ops, and why it’s so. Also, some “therefore, do these things” tactics.

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ROovjWTcng

    Sympathy for the Platform Team with Adam Furtado of Kessel Run

    Sympathy for the Platform Team with Adam Furtado of Kessel Run

    As the saying goes, before you judge or criticize someone (or a team), you should walk a mile in their shoes. In this week's episode, Dormain sits down with Adam Furtado (Twitter: AdamSFurtado), who recently went from leading product development teams at Kessel Run (a division of the United States Air Force), to walking a mile in the platform teams shoes.
    What has he learned? Have a listen and read the show notes here: https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/podcasts/sympathy-for-the-platform-team-with-adam-furtado-of-kessel-run

    The kubernetes community for developers, with Jorge Castro

    The kubernetes community for developers, with Jorge Castro

    Jorge Castro explains how the kubernetes community works, the different parts, how to get involved, and what developers should know about it.

    Also, see the interview video: https://youtu.be/c1OVw8Pt7dY

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