14 episódios

Cloud Native in 15 Minutes is the place to learn about the cutting edge of enterprise IT in the time it takes to grab a coffee. From AI to Kubernetes, you'll hear the people behind popular technologies explain why they matter to your company.

Cloud Native in 15 Minutes Pivotal

    • Tecnologia

Cloud Native in 15 Minutes is the place to learn about the cutting edge of enterprise IT in the time it takes to grab a coffee. From AI to Kubernetes, you'll hear the people behind popular technologies explain why they matter to your company.

    Spring and Spring Cloud (with Spencer Gibb)

    Spring and Spring Cloud (with Spencer Gibb)

    Spring Cloud co-creator and VMware engineer Spencer Gibb explains the Spring framework for developing Java applications. He goes into particular detail on Spring Cloud, a collection of components that simplify the process of building modern, distributed applications that can take advantage of public cloud resources, microservices, stream processing, and more.

    • 18 min
    Highlights episode No. 2 (strategies for adopting modern IT practices and technologies)

    Highlights episode No. 2 (strategies for adopting modern IT practices and technologies)

    This "best of" episode features highlights from the podcast's first 6 months, focused on the business implications of adopting modern IT practices and technologies (including cloud-native), and strategies for doing so successfully. Guests include Andrew Ng (deeplearning.ai/AI Fund/etc.); Dave Rensin (Google); Stephen O'Grady (RedMonk); and Jessica Lin and Jonathan Lehr (Work-Bench).

    • 23 min
    Highlights episode No. 1 (cloud-native architecture and technologies)

    Highlights episode No. 1 (cloud-native architecture and technologies)

    This "best of" episode features highlights from the podcast's first 6 months, focused on the application architectures and technologies that underpin cloud-native computing. Guests include Neha Narkhede (Confluent/Kafka); Joe Beda (VMware/Kubernetes); Eliot Horowitz (MongoDB); Cornelia Davis (Pivotal); Guy Podjarny (Snyk); and Peter Mattis (Cockroach Labs/CockroachDB).

    • 19 min
    Working with startups (with Jessica Lin and Jonathan Lehr)

    Working with startups (with Jessica Lin and Jonathan Lehr)

    Jessica Lin and Jonathan Lehr, co-founders of enterprise VC firm Work-Bench, share strategies for engaging with each other on both sides of the startup-enterprise aisle. Startups want big customers, and large enterprises want to innovate, but nobody wants to waste their time. Jon and Jessica share tips for finding the sweet spot where everybody wins.

    • 28 min
    Entrepreneurial thinking (with Zachary Klima)

    Entrepreneurial thinking (with Zachary Klima)

    WaitTime CEO Zachary Klima explains how he went from architect with an idea, to leading a company that's bringing image-recognition technology into sports arenas (and, soon, other buildings) in order to help fans navigate concessions and stadiums understand traffic flows. Apart from the technology, Klima's story of doing this all in Detroit can provide guidance to companies looking to do innovative things outside of Silicon Valley.

    • 20 min
    Enterprise open source (with Stephen O'Grady)

    Enterprise open source (with Stephen O'Grady)

    RedMonk co-founder and principal analyst Stephen O'Grady discusses the ever-evolving world of open source software, through the lens of how enterprises should think about adopting it. He covers a number of common issues, ranging from why open source is actually important to why companies might want to contribute back to projects they use.

    • 24 min

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