We’re investigating the nature of these Innovation Engines in a series of What to Think podcasts, sponsored by Pivotal Tracker, and columns by VentureBeat editor at large Dylan Tweney. Tune in here to learn the secrets behind the tech world’s most successful platforms.
In this week’s episode, we sit down with Ashish Kuthiala, a senior director for Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), overseeing the organization’s devops portfolio.
We talked to him about the transformation of enterprise architectures toward technologies that support a more nimble, agile devops stance, a change that Kuthiala says will ultimately affect everyone in a company — not just developers and operations people, but marketing, customer care, and even accounting and finance. And we discuss the meaning of “platforms” in the changing devops world.
Plus, VentureBeat’s Jordan Novet and I tell you what to think about:
- the tech impact of Brexit,
- Pinterest’s new “shopping bag” and visual search features,
- a cool new AI-powered assistant for doing food reviews on Baidu, and
- the advent of personal chatbots just for you (or maybe just for Chris Messina).
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