Pivotal Pivotal Newsletter
NOVEMBER 10, 2016
Delivery in a Land with No Postcodes

Dat Tran explains how Pivotal Data Science solved for delivering packages in Arab countries with no post codes.

Focus on Allies
Valerie Aurora explains why allies have more time, energy, and influence to change tech culture than the targets of oppression, and describes a dozen skills every ally should develop.
The Five-Minute CIO: Jamie Monserrate
Silicon Republic interviews Jamie Monserrate, Head of Engineering at Pivotal Cloud Foundry in Dublin.
Pivotal and DBS Fireside Chat
At Cloud Expo Asia 2016, David Gledhill, Group CIO and Head of Technology & Operations of DBS, sat down with Sean Lee from Pivotal to discuss how they are now able to innovate at start-up speeds and their digital transformation journey.

What is Happening to the Data Warehouse Market?

Jeff Kelly speaks to a group of Pivotal data engineering leaders and Pivotal’s Head of Data Sales about what they are hearing from customers and prospects that are trying to make sense of their data warehouse options.
Tales of a Balanced Team
In this talk, an Engineer, Designer, and Product Manager show us how they stayed aligned and worked together as a balanced team.
Episode 40
“The big, noisy, dirty machines."
This week we talk with Pivotal's Saurabh Gupta about the Internet of Things, CenturyLink buying Level 3, new MacBooks and Surfaces, AI market-sizing hijinks, and an example of cloud-native business thinking in the hotel industry.
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