Home Depot has been using Pivotal Cloud Foundry and developing in the Pivotal way for over a year now. Thus far, they have roughly 150 applications running in Pivotal Cloud Foundry across all parts of their business. While at Gartner’s Application Strategies & Solutions Summit, we talk with Tony McCulley about Home Depot’s journey putting cloud-native thinking and technologies in place. Tony had just given a talk about this experience so we all had the topics fresh in out minds. There are two great talks Tony’s given before on this topic: one from 2015 at a MeetUp, and another from SpringOne Platform. Tony’s great for talking about what works, what doesn’t work, and how to plan out transforming from the “old way” to the “new way” of doing IT.
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Tony McCulley speaks at Gartner Application Strategy & Solutions Summit.
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