One of the main themes running through Pivotal's annual SpringOne Platform conference was that, while Kubernetes is creating a huge addressable market for DevOps, only a small minority of enterprises understand cloud-native development. And that minority has a strong representation of Pivotal customers. Pivotal wants the enterprise to consider how best to address cloud-native development, in terms of what it calls the 'last mile of development' - that last bit of effort that is required to get code into production.
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