Demetrious Robinson, Labs, and Learning Tech

December 2, 2019 Michael Coté

In this episode we talk with Pivotal's Demetrious Robinson about his experience becoming a programmer, starting with RPG games, learning in Last Mile while in prison, and then through a General Assembly coding Boot Camp and into Pivotal. We also cover recent Pivotal related news with Pivotal Container Service (PKS), PAS on Kubernetes, and the Pivotal Build Service.

News

  • PKS 1.6 ships. You get a new management UI, Kubernetes 1.15 support, first integration with Tanzu Mission Control, support for new logging endpoints.

  • Confluent delivers ksqlDB. Made up of an event database that offers materialized views, and support for pull (retrieve materialized view) and push (subscribe to changes in query results) queries.

  • Updated strategy for PIvotal Build Service and PAS for Kubernetes. New posts that share the latest for the Build Service, and where PAS for Kubernetes is heading.

    • Build: the ol' rebuilding the OS for CVEs deal; building from code and container image, storing somewhere. 

Google Cloud Run goes GA. Google’s containerized serverless environment (powered by Knative) ships.

About the Author

Michael Coté

Coté works on the advocate team for Pivotal Cloud Foundry®. See @cote for more.

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