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Get Ready for the Cloud Foundry Summit Europe

The main Cloud Foundry European user conference, Cloud Foundry Summit is scheduled for next week in Frankfurt, Germany (9/26-9/28). This is the second year of the event and with the continued momentum of the Cloud Foundry project and user adaption as the premiere modern application development platform they are expecting over 600 attendee's this year. Leading into this year's user summit a new release of the Cloud Foundry platform was been released (v242) on 9/13 with major improvements to log aggregation and container management.

The first day of the event schedule is dedicated to training for application development and operations practitioner's including an "unconference" with a couple hours of lightening talks from theCloud Foundry user community. The second day of the conference kicks off with a keynote from Cloud Foundry CEO, Sam Ramji and is followed by a number of great breakouts on the status of the Cloud Foundry technology projects and successful users. The third day is packed with more, great breakout sessions and concludes with a chat betweenSam Ramji and Cloud Foundry board chairman, John Roese reflecting on the experiences of the past year and their aspirations for the next year. This year all the keynote and lightening talks will be live streamed. You can find the schedule and register for the live stream here.

In addition to Sam and John's talks I am looking forward to seeing the work from Brian Gallagher's Dojo team.  Brian Gallagher led the creation of the first foundation member sponsored Dojo. Brain's team has made a number of great code contributions and provided leadership for a key infrastructure projects to make it simpler to deploy and run Cloud Foundry. I recently had an opportunity to talk to John and Brian about their plans for the upcoming Cloud Foundry Summit including how to get a free summit pass and an invite to DellEMC customer appreciation party.

 

 

 

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