Docker announced a collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to simplify the lives of developers by allowing them to focus on application development, streamlining the process of deploying and managing containers in AWS from their local development environment.
Dion Picco, VP of Product Management for Progress, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.
Picco is VP of Product Management for Progress Core products. In this role, he combines his domain expertise with his analytical capabilities to make sure Progress products serve the needs of Progress customers and ensure that the voice of the customer is thoughtfully considered throughout product development. Picco was formerly the GM of the Progress data connectivity business. Prior to joining Progress, Picco was the founder of Binary Dawn Interactive, a startup that specialized in 3D visualization and gaming. He was also a Software Engineer and Product Manager at IONA Technologies. Across all of these different roles, Picco has devoted his career to building great platform, middleware and integration solutions. His wealth of experience in the technology and software space, his entrepreneurial spirit and his undying love for product strategy make him a crucial asset to the Progress team. Picco studied Computer Science at the Memorial University of Newfoundland in Canada.
Progress offers a platform for developing and deploying strategic business applications. Progress enables customers and partners to deliver modern, high-impact digital experiences with a fraction of the effort, time and cost. Progress offers powerful tools for easily building adaptive user experiences across any type of device or touchpoint, the flexibility of a cloud-native app dev platform to deliver modern apps, leading data connectivity technology, web content management, business rules, secure file transfer, network monitoring, plus award-winning machine learning that enables cognitive capabilities to be a part of any application. Over 1,700 independent software vendors, 100,000 enterprise customers, and two million developers rely on Progress to power their applications.