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September 29, 2016
“From days to minutes”

Allianz Germany CIO Dr. Andreas Nolte spoke alongside Pivotal CEO Rob Mee at the Cloud Foundry Summitt in Germany this week. This article from Matthew Finnegan of Computer World UK details how Pivotal is working with Allianz to speed up delivery and innovation at the insurance giant.

MSFT Quiz
Java Devs: Take This Quiz

Traditionally, Java developers' favorite thing to do with Microsoft was to ignore it. That is why some of Microsoft's latest efforts and progress may come as a surprise for Java developers. It might even be enough to reconsider their reputation entirely.

Organic communication
How Organic Communication Helps Teams Succeed

In this post, Pivotal Labs’ Jason Fraser talks about the types of communication that occur in every office and how and why we prioritize “organic communication.”

Supercharged Microservices
Supercharging Your Microservices with NetflixOSS and Spring Cloud

In this free white paper, we take a look at the architectural challenges Netflix faced, what they’ve released as open source software, why this software matters to you, and how Pivotal makes it easy to consume Netflix software as part of Spring Cloud.

Episode 35
PCF 1.8 Features & Improvements

This week, Coté and Richard Seroter talk with Jared Ruckle about the new Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.8 release, delving into security, databases, and new services—all aimed at speeding up time-to-market and, yet, still being a general purpose application platform that organizations can use to run all their customer software.

.NET apps
PCF: A First-Class Home For Your .NET Applications

Pivotal and Microsoft are working hard to make the cloud a friendlier place for .NET developers. This post describes five major advancements we’ve made in partnership with Microsoft over the past few months.

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