How are analysts reckoning with “cloud-native”? Rita Manachi joins us again to talk about industry analysts and what they’re up to. We briefly recap what analysts relations (AR) does, and then jump into how analysts are thinking about Pivotal now. There’s several new reports out that are good reads for the Pivotal-minded. Having just talked with several analysts over some chafer warmed lunch, we discuss how analyst meetings go and what to get out of them.
We also cover recent news, primarily, the slew of announcements out of AWS re:Invent last week.
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- AWS re:Invent. Richard wrote up a recap here, but lots o’ news and hot takes.
- Another NetflixOSS project. Check out Hollow for caching.
- RabbitMQ gets updated Java client, metrics integrated with Spring Boot Actuator.
- New Gartner Market Guide for App Platforms tells companies to cloud-native all the things
Topic—Quarterly Update With Rita Manachi
- Last time Rita was on the podcast, back in the summer.
- Re-cap on what analyst relations (AR) does.
- Consensus among analysts about Pivotal?
- What are analyst one-on-one meetings like?
- Why customers talk to analysts and do case studies?
- Anne Thomas & Aashish Gupta’s Market Guide for Application Platforms, Nov. 2016.
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