SlideshowPivotal Cloud Foundry Shifts Focus to Serverless, Containers

Pivotal sees the cloud everywhere
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Pivotal sees the cloud everywhere
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danielcawrey
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12/9/2017 | 6:09:37 PM
Re: Dell's subdivisions can innovate...
Containers are the new server instances. And I think that's a good thing. It used to be really inefficient to spin up server resources for one thing. But with containers, it reduces resource requirements to what's exactly needed. Not easy to do with servers. 
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12/6/2017 | 1:18:12 PM
Dell's subdivisions can innovate...
I like how Dell is basically a conglomerate of businesses with a bunch of different talents -- it's not quite as all over the place as Alphabet, but it's fascinating to see an American version of Japanese keiretsus.
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