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A collection of podcasts from VMware Tanzu, covering IT modernization and digital transformation from every angle. Michael Coté and Rita Manachi host the eponymous Tanzu Talk. Danielle Burrow and Derrick Harris host Cloud & Culture. Guests range from engineers in the weeds of cloud native technology to customer executives pushing change within their organizations. Listen and learn!
 
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In this episode of Cloud & Culture, Shaun Anderson and Brandon Blincoe of VMware Tanzu Labs share lessons they've learned while helping large retail clients modernize their online and in-store operations. Among other things, they discuss the nuances of inventory management, the best strategies for integrating systems after acquisitions, and the pot…
 
Coté is joined by Bernard Golden and Jesse Bean to talk about how companies they’re talking with are thinking through and approaching digital transformation and modernizing their software strategy. Get Coté's new book for free: https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/ebooks/changing-mindsets-the-missing-ingredient-to-digital-transformation?utm_source=cote…
 
Right now there’s no end of possibilities for technology-driven innovation in healthcare. Coté and JT Perry discussed this state in part one of the conversation, and it part two they go over examples of those innovations. First, they discuss what FHIR (in the US) is and how it creates new opportunities for better patient care. Also, discussed: the …
 
The US healthcare industry will likely see a lot of changes in the next five years - there's already a lot going on with mergers and new services forced by the pandemic. In this episode, fresh from working in the healthcare industry, JT Perry talks with Coté about all that horizon 2 and 3 stuff. The recent introduction of APIs and data interoperabi…
 
In this episode of Cloud & Culture, Shaun Anderson and Felicia Schwartz of VMware Tanzu Labs explain the state of application modernization among financial services firms. They draw from firsthand knowledge working with large customers to explain the threats these firms face, the opportunities they're trying to capture, and how using processes like…
 
We discuss how Yapı Kredi Bank has been moving their approach to software from a project mindset to a product mindset. Part of this re-organizing around product lines. To do this, the team analyzed their portfolio of 300+ apps and to define the products. As IT has been evolving, they're now working on transforming their relationship with the busine…
 
DevSecOps alert! Container security alert! Coté talks with Henri van den Bulk about the ideas of a “secure software supply chain.” When you’re building, running, and managing your own software, how you secure your software goes all the way back to development - it shifts left! Henri goes what it means do security governance needed in the developmen…
 
In this episode of Cloud & Culture, Shaun Anderson of VMware Tanzu Labs walks us through the Swift method—a successful approach to application modernization that he helped create. Through a series of exercises, Swift helps teams identify the target behaviors and goals for their applications, and the optimal approach for delivering them.…
 
What’s the difference between an API Gateway and a Service Mesh? How do they work together? Why would you use either? Christ Sterling joins Rita and Coté to discuss all that. Mentioned: Spring Cloud Gateway: https://tanzu.vmware.com/developer/guides/spring/scg-what-is/ Chris’ Ttech debt book: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/9277805-managing-sof…
 
Shopify VP of Engineering Farhan Thawar shares his thoughts on a variety of topics related to managing software teams. He discusses fully remote software teams, pair programming, how to innovate within a company of Shopify's scale, and the benefits of engaging with a team like VMware Tanzu Labs (Thawar was at Pivotal Labs until 2015). He's joined b…
 
VMware Tanzu’s Ajay Patel talks with Rita and Coté about the history of app servers, SOA, and how we got there to our current cloud native stacks. And, Ajay also lays out the what enterprises are asking for in their app and kubernetes stack and the product strategy Tanzu is putting in place to solve those problems. Plus, we walk down BPE Lane. Ment…
 
When Federal people ask to secure a DevOps app creation and delivery process, what do they mean? Chris Willis joins Coté in this episode to answer that question with a #vmwaretanzu customer example: the Tanzu Build Service, buildpacks, Tanzu Application Service (Pivotal Cloud Foundry), and other components. He covers FIPS encryption requirements, S…
 
Episode Notes Learn more: Application Modernization with Tanzu Labs Three Transformations Powering App Modernization App Modernization 101: An Executive’s Guide to Shipping Better Software The 1-Factor App: Using Kubernetes to Get a Jumpstart on Modernization Follow everyone on Twitter: VMware Tanzu VMware Tanzu Labs Danielle Burrow Derrick Harris…
 
What's different about the day in the life of a DevOps Platform pro from an infrastructure pro? In speaking with Joe Hoh of Great American Insurance Company it's all about delivering capabilities instead of objects. The work isn't measured by the number of VMs delivered and tickets fulfilled. It's about adding new capabilities to developers and the…
 
Learn more: VMware Tanzu VMware Pivotal Labs Reliability Engineering for Humans A Quick Guide For Getting Up to Speed on SRE SRE in 15 Minutes How RBC adopted SRE culture to help it embrace cloud-native applications A Service-Level What? Getting good at messing up, negotiating SRE error budgets, and small talk topics SLIs and Error Budgets: What Th…
 
Learn more: VMware Tanzu VMware Pivotal Labs Pivotal Act A21 Building Products with Nonprofits—Lessons Learned from VMware Pivotal Act Systems Thinking with Pivotal Act: A Tool for Every Software Project What It's Like Helping Nonprofits Develop Software—and What We All Can Learn Follow everyone on Twitter: VMware Tanzu VMware Pivotal Labs A21 Dani…
 
In this episode, Coté is joined by Rick Clark and Sophie Seiwald to discuss management challenges of remote working. You know the drill: everyone has been working from home since the spring, taking away all the advantages and habits of working face-to-face. What’s new in this conversation is some advice for doing strategy communication, something t…
 
"Cloud computing is a risk management exercise" In this episode, Dormain talks with Kevin L. Jackson, author of "Click to Transform," about the business case for cloud computing. Kevin argues that the real value is in delivering products better, faster, and to more people. In many cases this involves a jump from physical products to virtual experie…
 
Episode Notes Learn more: VMware Tanzu VMware Pivotal Labs Pivotal Act Building Products with Nonprofits—Lessons Learned from VMware Pivotal Act Design-led Solutions for Humanitarian Aid Follow everyone on Twitter: VMware Tanzu VMware Pivotal Labs Ellie Ereira Danielle Burrow Derrick Harris저자 VMware Tanzu
 
As the saying goes, before you judge or criticize someone (or a team), you should walk a mile in their shoes. In this week's episode, Dormain sits down with Adam Furtado (Twitter: AdamSFurtado), who recently went from leading product development teams at Kessel Run (a division of the United States Air Force), to walking a mile in the platform teams…
 
Learn more: VMware Tanzu VMware Pivotal Labs Need to Kickstart Your Digital Transformation? Start By Changing Your POV Agile: The Way to Develop Great Software What Makes a Great Product Manager Follow everyone on Twitter: VMware Tanzu VMware Pivotal Labs Danielle Burrow Derrick Harris저자 VMware Tanzu
 
In this episode, Rick and I discuss something I've been thinking about recently: kubernetes as an enterprise architecture. As we open up with, kubernetes people like to call it an "API," which always seems weirds to me as a former programmer. But, there's something important that they're getting to: a standard set of interfaces, processes, and data…
 
Sometimes you feel like a microservice, sometimes you feel like a monolith. In this episode, Coté talks with Nate Schutta about his new book Responsible Microservices: when to use them, when to use a service mesh, the (false?) hope of polyglot programming, monolithic shaming, and giant zucchinis.저자 VMware Tanzu
 
In part one, Rohit showed how to analyze and sort an application portfolio to find apps that should be modernized first. In part two, we discuss the process of breaking down a monolith. It starts by making sure that everyone agrees on goals and objects.저자 VMware Tanzu
 
This week Coté talks with Jen Handler about two of the sessions she’ll be in at the SpringOne conference. They’re both on product management walking through some of the key functions product managers do with a few real world examples. They also discuss Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys, and the Murder She Wrote/Magnum PI cross-over.…
 
Whatever you want to call it, “legacy” software is a problem. In one of our recent surveys, 76% of executives said they are too invested in legacy applications to change how they do software. It can seem hard, but fixing that blocker is possible. As with all things in software, there is no quick fix, it just takes discipline, work, and time. In thi…
 
With all the attention on application development, it’s easy to forget about data. Just as agile, DevOps, and cloud native have changed app development, those improvements have changed the world of data as well. In this episode, Bob Glithero tells us all about it. We also discuss haircutting strategies.…
 
“Taking a course on Kubernetes is helpful, but it’s also really helpful to just fail at it." Failing at anything feels uncomfortable. But, as John Paice, a platform reliability engineer at DICK's Sporting Goods points notes, failing at something can be the best way to learn it. In this episode, Dormain talks to John about his journey from a HyperV …
 
Container usage is finally getting big time in the enterprise. Gartner is estimated a 34% growth rate, going up to $1bn by 2024. With new co-host, Rita, we look at what “containers” and “cloud native” has become as a market. Our conversation starters this episode are about checking in on how much executives are actually transforming and discussing …
 
In this episode, I (Dormain) am joined by Rita Manachi (@ritam) and Derrick Harris (@derrickharris) to dissect three analyst reports: *Forrester's Top 10 Trends That Will Shape Modern Infrastructure and Operations in 2020 *Gartner's Application Modernization Should Be Business-Centric, Continuous, and Multiplatform *Gartner's Best Practices to Enab…
 
There are more VMware Admins out there than Cloud/Platform Engineers... but with vSphere 7 with Kubernetes, that is likely to start to change. To give a taste for what is to come for vSphere admins out there, Dormain sat down with Neville George who himself made the transition from VMware administrator to Platform Engineer at Comcast. He shares wha…
 
In this episode, Dormain and Richard take turns with Jared Ruckle and Scott Buchanan to describe a flurry of recent milestones across the Tanzu portfolio, as well as another round of work-from-home tips. Somehow eight-legged raccoons and rhombus-shaped houses also come up. See full show notes here: https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/podcasts/tour-de-…
 
So, you're digitally transforming... what does "good" look like? "Getting developers to the point where developers want to change." In this episode, Dormain sits down with Paul Pelafas (@paulpelafas) and Jonathan Regehr (@jonathanregehr) to hear how two different organizations navigated digital transformation journeys. They discuss what "good" look…
 
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