Tanzu Talk

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!

https://www.tanzutalk.com

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 42m. Bisher sind 235 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 15 hours 18 minutes

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Kubernetes: When You Need It and How to Scale It (from Sept. 14, 2020)


In this episode, which first aired in September 2020, VMware's Josh Rosso explains when organizations and teams should look at adopting Kubernetes (hint: it's much more accessible than even a couple years ago), as well as some of the tricks to doing it successfully. Rosso spends his days helping large organizations scale Kubernetes environments, so he knows from whence he speaks...


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episode 227: Reinventing Finance with Customer Experience, with Henri van den Bulk


Among other things, the banking world is looking for new revenue and ways to retain customers. Focusing on customer experience is one way to get there. Shifting to a product-centric way of thinking results in dreaming up new types of “features” and even products to offer existing customers and help retain them - maybe even garnering new customers above the humming churn rate...


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 2021-08-17  40m
 
 
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 2021-07-21  46m
 
 

episode 226: Find Customer Friction, with Bernard Golden and Jesse Bean


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.


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 2021-07-19  34m
 
 

episode 225: Opening up healthcare with FHIR & other healthcare innovations


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 software development tool-chain for more innovation in healthcare, at-home devices to reduce hospital stays, and API implementation and management.


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 2021-07-12  24m
 
 

episode 224: Now is the time for innovation in healthcare, with JT Perry


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 interoperability is one of the more interesting topics...


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 2021-07-05  22m
 
 

Mainframes, Microservices, and Money: Modernizing Apps in Financial Services


How and why financial services firms are modernizing their applications and building new ones. And, yes, that mainframe can stick around.


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 2021-06-28  38m
 
 

episode 223: Moving from project to product at Yapı Kredi Bank, with Taylan Güney


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 business side as well. We also discuss building up bi-directional trust between management and staff, banking security and regulations, and so much more...


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 2021-06-28  31m
 
 

episode 222: Secure Supply Chain, with Henri van den Bulk


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 development phase through deploying to production. We also discuss thinking about “risk management” in security, a sort of obtuse topic for those of us who aren’t security-heads.


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 2021-06-24  32m
 
 

App Modernization 101: Intro to the Swift Method


Shaun Anderson explains the Swift method for modernizing applications, which helps organizations determine what they really want to accomplish and the optimal approach for doing it.


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 2021-06-10  40m