VMware Tanzu Blog: Thought Leadership

  • KubeCon NA 2020: Deep Dive into Cloud Native Open Source Projects

    KubeCon NA 2020: Deep Dive into Cloud Native Open Source Projects

    These are the nine open source sessions we're most excited for at KubeCon NA 2020.

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  • The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Remote Software Development

    The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Remote Software Development

    In this episode of the Cloud & Culture podcast, we discuss the state of remote work with Joe Moore and Paul Sullivan of VMware Pivotal Labs.

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  • Lean Governance: Just Enough Structure to Secure Great Outcomes from Multiple Agile Teams

    Lean Governance: Just Enough Structure to Secure Great Outcomes from Multiple Agile Teams

    At VMware Pivotal Labs, we use a number of key frameworks and practices as part of our approach to lean governance.

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  • How Communication Helps T-Mobile Keep Its Applications Up

    How Communication Helps T-Mobile Keep Its Applications Up

    At SpringOne 2020, Brendan Aye and James Webb—two of T-Mobile’s cloud native platform leaders—share their experiences and strategies for what to do when something goes wrong.

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  • From Manager to Transformation Leader

    From Manager to Transformation Leader

    Neville George, manager at Comcast; Jon Osborn, IT executive at Bell Tracy, Ltd.; and Jana Werner, head of transformation at Tesco Bank share how they have helped change their respective organizations

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  • Girls Can Do IT! Women in Tech Leadership

    Girls Can Do IT! Women in Tech Leadership

    What makes women want to choose a technologist role as their career? At SpringOne, we heard from three IT leaders and active Tanzu vanguards.

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  • Modernization Myths That Are Dragging You Down

    Modernization Myths That Are Dragging You Down

    There are a number of misconceptions keeping organizations from modernizing their business. Here are just a few.

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  • Advice for first-time founders on getting your startup off the ground

    Advice for first-time founders on getting your startup off the ground

    Jackie Ros Amable shares her experience as a non-traditional startup founder, from learning how to speak venture capital to building software products with an assist from VMware Pivotal Labs.

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  • The State of Spring 2020 Report Is Now Available—Learn How Your Java Development Compares

    The State of Spring 2020 Report Is Now Available—Learn How Your Java Development Compares

    We recently surveyed more than 1,000 Spring Boot developers, architects, and managers across various industries and organizations. Here's what we found.

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  • The Open Source Buyer's Guide

    The Open Source Buyer's Guide

    Questions to ask and things to consider when deciding which open source project, or product, to use.

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  • A Service-Level What?

    A Service-Level What?

    The journey toward embracing reliability as a feature and achieving reliability targets begins with service-level objectives and service-level indicators. Here's a breakdown of how and why.

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  • From Idea to Product: How VMware Pivotal Labs Helps Startups Grow

    From Idea to Product: How VMware Pivotal Labs Helps Startups Grow

    A podcast discussing how VMware Pivotal Labs helped health-care startup Alluceo grow an engineering practice and build its first product.

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  • Maximizing Team Agility for a Post-COVID-19 Era

    Maximizing Team Agility for a Post-COVID-19 Era

    There are three critical areas of team agility that are changing due to this global pandemic: communication, collaboration, and empathy.

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  • How to think about event-driven architecture and integration

    How to think about event-driven architecture and integration

    VMware's James Uruqhart shares his view on event-driven integration (and also event-driven architecture).

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  • My All-Time Favorite Opening Question for User Interviews

    My All-Time Favorite Opening Question for User Interviews

    Why the question "What do you love about your job?" is the best way to kick off a user interview.

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  • How COVID-19 Is Spurring Empathy and Innovation in the Enterprise

    How COVID-19 Is Spurring Empathy and Innovation in the Enterprise

    Gautham Pallapa of VMware's global CTO team explains how the COVID-19 pandemic might actually be a golden opportunity.

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  • The 1-Factor App: Using Kubernetes to Get a Jump Start on Modernization

    The 1-Factor App: Using Kubernetes to Get a Jump Start on Modernization

    Full app modernization is hard, but being able to restart is a good start.

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  • To Kubernetes or Not Kubernetes: What Lies Beneath the Question?

    To Kubernetes or Not Kubernetes: What Lies Beneath the Question?

    The evidence suggests many are advocating for Kubernetes based on a fear of missing out on the latest trend, not because it’s the best solution for the problems they are trying to solve.

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  • From Cloud Foundry to Tanzu: A Decade of Evolution for Apps and Infrastructure

    From Cloud Foundry to Tanzu: A Decade of Evolution for Apps and Infrastructure

    Cloud Native in 15 Minutes, with James Watters.

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  • App Modernization 101: An Executive’s Guide to Shipping Better Software

    App Modernization 101: An Executive’s Guide to Shipping Better Software

    Guidance on how and why to get started with app modernization today.

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