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Sunday, May 22
 

4:00pm

CFCamp: Cloud Foundry Unconference

Why CFCamp? 

The Cloud Foundry project has reached new milestones. And with each new customer, the number of tools and services needed expands. This focus of this Unconference is to discuss opportunities to expand the ecosystem of solutions to meet the needs of our ever expanding list of customers. 

What is CFCamp? 

CFCamp is an Un-conference just before CFSummit. An unconference does not have pre-determined presentation topics. Instead, we will determine what topics we want to discuss at the beginning of the event. Unconferences are a great way to share and discuss lots of new ideas. We hope you will join us!

When is CFCamp?

CFCamp happens Sunday May 22nd, from 4-7pm, the evening before CFSummit in Santa Clara begins. 

Who should attend?  

Customers: Come make your voices be heard.  
Consultants, vendors, entrepreneurs and 3rd-party solution providers: Lets work together to help this community grow

Schedule  
4:00 PM "CF-Push in 20 mins" Hands-on Mini-workshop 
4:30 PM Registration & Networking  
5:00 PM Lightning Talks  
- "cf push --docker-image"  
- "What's new in Service Brokers" 
- "People, not Platforms" by Dan Young of EngineerBetter 
- TBD 
5:30 PM Unpanel - Topics to be proposed 
6:00 PM Unconference - Attendees propose topics for Breakout Discussions. Proposed topics are:  
6:15 PM Breakout Discussions - Round 1  
6:45 PM Breakout Discussions - Round 2  
7:30 PM Wrap-up  


Sunday May 22, 2016 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Mission City Meeting Rooms 1-3
 
Monday, May 23
 

8:00am

Training Registration
Monday May 23, 2016 8:00am - 10:00am
Lobby

9:00am

User Advisory Board Meeting
This meeting is invite only.  Please contact Abby Kearns (akearns@cloudfoundry.org) for more information.

Monday May 23, 2016 9:00am - 3:00pm
Room 203/204

9:00am

Financial Services SIG Meeting
This meeting is invite only.  Please contact Abby Kearns (akearns@cloudfoundry.org) for more information.

Monday May 23, 2016 9:00am - 3:00pm
Room 203/204

9:00am

Internet of Things SIG Meeting
This meeting is invite only.  Please contact Abby Kearns (akearns@cloudfoundry.org) for more information.

Monday May 23, 2016 9:00am - 3:00pm
Room 203/204

9:00am

Service Provider SIG Meeting
This meeting is invite only.  Please contact Abby Kearns (akearns@cloudfoundry.org) for more information.

Monday May 23, 2016 9:00am - 3:00pm
Room 203/204

9:00am

Training: Cloud Foundry for Beginners: From Zero to Hero - Long Nguyen and John Longanecker, Stark & Wayne

Join us for a hands-on training workshop to learn about deploying and managing applications on Cloud Foundry. We will give an overview of Cloud Foundry and how it works, including specifics relating to services, buildpacks, and architecture. We will also look at how to effectively work with Cloud Foundry in your organization.

This training is targeted at people with little or no Cloud Foundry experience but some experience delivering web-based applications. If you’re curious to learn how Cloud Foundry can help you focus on development and innovation, rather than infrastructure plumbing, this is the right course for you.

All trainings cost $450 per person and you must select the training course of your choice, while registering for the full conference.

Speakers
JL

John Longanecker

Stark & Wayne
Currently a Cloud Engineer at Stark & Wayne. In a former life John was a web application developer. Studied Computer Science and Media Studies in college. In his spare time he likes to climb rocks, run and hike.
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Long Nguyen

Stark & Wayne
Long Nguyen is an open source developer. He writes open source tools to help make managing and deploying Cloud Foundry easier. He’s an avid rock climber, loves hiking in the wilderness and exploring the world. He lives in Buffalo, NY.


Monday May 23, 2016 9:00am - 3:00pm
Grand Ballroom B

9:00am

Training: Microservices on Cloud Foundry: Going Cloud Native - Steve Greenberg and Eitan Suez, Pivotal

This course is designed to give its students a hands on experience of designing applications for Cloud Foundry. We will give an overview of Cloud Foundry and its tools from the point of view of an application developer and how to architect polyglot applications for deployment and scaling in the cloud.

This training is targeted at developers with little hands-on Cloud Foundry experience and those who have an interest in deploying innovative, microservice-based systems into the cloud.

All trainings cost $450 per person and you must select the training course of your choice, while registering for the full conference.


Speakers
avatar for Steve Greenberg

Steve Greenberg

Pivotal
Steve is an experienced technologist and thought leader with over 15 years experience spanning industry verticals. He is a long time application developer and architect and a big proponent of Spring. Steve has been working with Cloud Foundry since 2012 and has completed the Pivotal Labs Dojo as well as contributing the Spring Cloud Service Broker to the community.
avatar for Eitan Suez

Eitan Suez

Eitan Suez is a Consultant Instructor with Pivotal Education. In this capacity, Eitan delivers courses on Pivotal Cloud Foundry, Cloud Native Applications, and Apache Geode. Prior to joining Pivotal, Eitan was a Principal Consultant at ThoughtWorks, where he had the opportunity to lead teams and assist enterprise customers with delivering software, with automated software testing, and with agile transformations. Eitan has many years experience... Read More →


Monday May 23, 2016 9:00am - 3:00pm
Grand Ballroom C

9:00am

Training: Operating a Platform: BOSH and Everything Else - Alexander Lomov, Mike Jacobi, Juan Pablo Genovese, and Alexey Zakharov, Altoros

Have you ever wondered how to deploy and operate a platform that’s designed to deploy and operate applications? Join us and find out how with a hands-on training workshop. We’ll teach you how to deploy and manage the Cloud Foundry platform as well as the stateful data services that power cloud-native applications. We’ll provide an operational overview of Cloud Foundry and data services, and how these can be deployed with the cluster orchestration tool, “BOSH”.

This training is targeted at people with little to no Cloud Foundry BOSH experience but who have some experience managing Linux-based systems. If you’re curious to learn how BOSH can help you deploy and manage Cloud Foundry and other complex systems.

All trainings cost $450 per person and you must select the training course of your choice, while registering for the full conference.

Speakers
avatar for Juan Pablo Genovese

Juan Pablo Genovese

Juan Pablo Genovese is a Field Cloud Foundry Engineer/Trainer at Altoros. He has been in software development for 19 years and, as a “jack of all trades” has also been into DevOps work. Juan Pablo is focused on training new DevOps Engineers at Altoros and helping customers adopt and use Cloud Foundry. His professional interests include designing high-performance solutions with cloud technologies. Juan Pablo has spoken at several... Read More →
avatar for Mike Jacobi

Mike Jacobi

Principal System Architect, Altoros
Mike Jacobi is a Principal System Architect at Altoros. He has over 20 years in IT in various roles such as systems and network administration and engineering, consulting, and management. Most recently, Mike managed Cloud Foundry deployments for Adobe Systems before joining Altoros.
avatar for Alexander Lomov

Alexander Lomov

Alexander Lomov is a Cloud Foundry Engineer at Altoros. With extensive experience in Ruby, Go, and Python, he was involved in development of BOSH CPIs and other Cloud Foundry-related projects for Canonical, IBM, and other companies. Alexander is a frequent speaker at various events/meetups, mostly sharing his experience with Cloud Foundry. You may also know him as the author of several blog posts about BOSH internals. Recent speaking... Read More →
avatar for Alexey Zakharov

Alexey Zakharov

Alexey Zakharov is a Cloud Foundry/DevOps Engineer at Altoros. His main focus areas are cloud automation, virtualization, and training DevOps engineers in all things cloud. As a part of Altoros’s Cloud Foundry team, Alexey has built multiple CF environments. He is also a contributor to and big fan of Logsearch, a solution that can aggregate all CF logs together.


Monday May 23, 2016 9:00am - 3:00pm
Grand Ballroom D

2:00pm

Summit Registration
Monday May 23, 2016 2:00pm - 7:00pm
Lobby

3:30pm

Keynote: Zen and the Art of Platform - Sam Ramji, CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Sam Ramji

Sam Ramji

CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
A 20 year veteran of the Silicon Valley and Seattle technology scenes, Sam Ramji brings a wealth of business, product and open source experience to the CEO role. He has led strategy for API powerhouse Apigee, designed and led Microsoft’s open source strategy and drove product strategy for BEA WebLogic Integration. He is the board secretary of Outercurve Foundation and a member of multiple industry advisory boards.



Monday May 23, 2016 3:30pm - 3:50pm
Keynotes - Hall A

3:50pm

Keynote: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future - Martin Ford, Author of Rise of the Robots
Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future

Martin Ford explores the ways in which “robots” and other technological advances are outpacing humans in all kinds of sectors, from education to law to agriculture to healthcare to management and beyond. He offers a realistic view of what the future of work—and your place in it—will look like. But beyond pragmatic concerns, Ford addresses a bigger question: can accelerating technology disrupt our entire economic system to the point where a fundamental restructuring is required? This next industrial revolution, Ford argues, will not be like the last one. In the past, even as jobs were eliminated, jobs were created to replace them. Increasingly, though, new machines will be able to take care of themselves. Fewer jobs will be necessary. The effects of this transition could be shattering. But there will be opportunities as well. We are at an inflection point: Do we continue to listen to those who argue that nothing fundamental has changed, and take a bad bet on a miserable future? Or do we begin to discuss what we must do to ensure all of us, and not just the few, benefit from the awesome power of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other breakthroughs? The time to choose is now. This talk is both an exploration of this new technology and a call to arms to address its implications. 


Speakers
avatar for Martin Ford

Martin Ford

Author
n a front page feature in The New York Times Book Review, Barbara Ehrenrich writes that Martin Ford’s Rise of the Robots is “both a humbling book and, in the best sense, a humble one. Ford, a software entrepreneur who both understands the technology and has made a thorough study of its economic consequences, never succumbs to the obvious temptation to overdramatize or exaggerate.” Ford is a researcher whose unique insights... Read More →


Monday May 23, 2016 3:50pm - 4:10pm
Keynotes - Hall A

4:10pm

Keynote: Cloud Foundry: The Open Community's Model Citizen - Angel Diaz, VP of Cloud Architecture & Technology, IBM & Sam Gambrian, Director of Cloud Services Group, Kaiser Permanente
Come join Angel Diaz (Vice President of Cloud Architecture & Technology at IBM) and his guest Semyon Gambrian (Director of Cloud Services Group at Kaiser Permanente) for a forwarding-looking presentation on Cloud Foundry in the context of its initial and more recent achievements, including a story of one team's use of Cloud Foundry in its evolving, industry-specific cloud integration strategy.

Speakers
avatar for Diaz, Angel

Diaz, Angel

VP, Cloud Technology and Architecture, IBM
Always on the move, Dr. Angel Diaz is IBM’s VP of Cloud Technology & Architecture. | Angel and his team are responsible for the technology, architecture and strategy behind | IBM’s Hybrid, open and secure cloud – empowering our clients with a new way to work. | | When he’s not working to bring greater value to clients through a flexible & | interoperable cloud, he’s IBM’s leader for open technology... Read More →
SG

Sam Gambarin

Kaiser Permanente



Monday May 23, 2016 4:10pm - 4:30pm
Keynotes - Hall A

4:30pm

Keynote: How Comcast is Working to Transform our Product Delivery Experience - Greg Otto, Executive Director, Cloud Services, Comcast
Speakers
avatar for Greg Otto

Greg Otto

Executive Director, Comcast
As Executive Director of Cloud Services at Comcast, Greg is helping transform the product delivery experience. A 20+ year veteran with roots as a programmer, he is passionate about improving the lives of Comcast development teams. Greg has been a driving force for cloud, after initiating the program over 8 years ago, and has focused a lot of his time partnering with the Pivotal Cloud Foundry team since 2014. Greg and his team have delivered... Read More →



Monday May 23, 2016 4:30pm - 4:40pm
Keynotes - Hall A

4:40pm

Keynote: Cloud Native Security: Rotate, Repair, Repave - Justin Smith, Director, Pivotal
Enterprise software security traditionally resists change as a matter of unquestioned policy. Vulnerability is a function that changes with time. The probability of being exploited increases with the accumulation of long lived credentials and unpatched code. The question that must be asked is: how can a security strategy which resists change keep up with the pace of the modern threat landscape? This asymmetry in speed and adaptiveness only creates advantages for the attacker. What if the only what to increase security is to move as fast as possible? Continuously rotating credentials, patching systems, and rebuilding clusters to minimize windows of vulnerability decreases the threat profile in time and severity. This presentation will outline principles and practices of Cloud Native Security and how Cloud Foundry can be part of your strategy to increase velocity and security.

Speakers
avatar for Justin Smith

Justin Smith

A veteran of cloud security, Justin Smith brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Cloud Foundry and Pivotal. He's been a key influencer and product owner at both Microsoft and Google. At Microsoft he was the program manager for the first incarnation of Azure Active Directory, which has since become the largest enterprise directory in the world. At Google he was the product manager for one of the largest OAuth2 services in the world... Read More →



Monday May 23, 2016 4:40pm - 5:00pm
Keynotes - Hall A

5:00pm

Keynote: Cloud Optimization: Gurobi & Cloud Foundry - Phil Glebow, Director, Pricing Architecture, Gap, Inc.
Speakers
avatar for Phil Glebow

Phil Glebow

Gap, Inc.
Philip Glebow is a software architect at Gap Inc. and is the product | architect for pricing in the planning domain. Prior to joining Gap Inc., Mr. Glebow worked as a software architect in financial services for Blackrock, Inc. and Barclays. He began his career as a consultant where he worked on complex custom software solutions in the Information, Communications and Entertainment practice at BearingPoint (previously KPMG Consulting... Read More →



Monday May 23, 2016 5:00pm - 5:20pm
Keynotes - Hall A

5:20pm

Lightning Talk: Digital Transformation Using Cloud Foundry - What Works and What Doesn't Work - Renat Khasanshyn, Altoros

Digital Transformation enables companies of all sizes and industries today to provide new, more effective applications and services. With digital platforms such as Cloud Foundry, enterprise IT is able to be agile, flexible, and therefore responsive to the need for continuous development and integration.

A few examples:

* Shoe companies use data from professional athletes and the general population to determine the most optimal designs for their shoes and other athletic wear.

* In the Industrial GE is able to gather massive analytics from the jet engines and locomotives it manufactures, leading to improvements that save millions of dollars per year for the company and its customers.

* A new era of financial services is emerging with the combination of development and deployment technology, along with blockchain technology that adds new levels of transaction security.

* Government agencies can provide citizen-facing services for routine tasks such as license renewal as well reform and transform major acquisition processes.

This lightning talk covers these and other great Digital Transformations occurring throughout the world today.


Speakers
RK

Renat Khasanshyn

Renat Khasanshyn is CEO of Altoros and Venture Partner at Runa Capital. Renat's primary focus is bringing “software assembly lines” and "data lakes" into organizations through training, deployment and integration of solutions offered by the Cloud Foundry ecosystem. Renat is an active member of the Cloud Foundry Foundation Advisory Board and a frequent speaker at Cloud Foundry events. In the past, Renat has been selected as a finalist for the... Read More →



Monday May 23, 2016 5:20pm - 5:25pm
Keynotes - Hall A

5:25pm

Lightning Talk: Why APIs Matter in the Multi-Cloud Strategy - Ed Anuff, Apigee
Regardless of which cloud your applications run in, it needs to communicate to other applications within the same cloud or across public and private clouds. Web APIs have always been the lingua-franca of communication between applications. However, nuances of how APIs are published and managed can mean the difference between a highly agile software development organization, and just a pile of services that cannot communicate to each other. Ed Anuff from Apigee will discuss how to use use API Management to develop APIs that span public and private clouds.

Speakers
EA

Ed Anuff

Apigee



Monday May 23, 2016 5:25pm - 5:30pm
Keynotes - Hall A

5:30pm

Lightning Talk: Cloud Foundry Revisited: UDP, VoIP, and Beyond! - Roman Swoszowski, Grape Up

While Cloud Foundry is best suited for web applications and 12-factor apps, it also supports TCP traffic, making itself ready for e.g. IoT scenarios. But why not go further?

At Grape Up we experimented a bit with the CF platform and enabled it for UDP-based applications – first and foremost VoIP usecases. This lightning talk will show highlights of what we achieved and what new possibilities open for the Cloud Foundry platform.


Speakers
avatar for Roman Swoszowski

Roman Swoszowski

VP, Cloud Foundry Services, Grape Up Inc.
Roman Swoszowski is CTO and VP Cloud Foundry Services at Grape Up. Responsible for developing the overall technology vision of the company with focus on Cloud Foundry and related cloud technologies. With almost 15 years of hands-on experience in the IT industry, he drives the company’s technology strategy and works with engineering teams to ensure continuous delivery of innovative software solutions.



Monday May 23, 2016 5:30pm - 5:35pm
Keynotes - Hall A

5:30pm

CFF Marketing Work Group Happy Hour

Members of the CFF marketing work group, please join us in the Octavia Butler Lounge to meet and greet each other for an informal happy hour gathering.

No RSVP required.


Monday May 23, 2016 5:30pm - 7:30pm
The Foundry - Octavia Butler Lounge

5:35pm

Welcome Reception & Booth Crawl
Visit sponsor booths and join fellow attendees for an evening of networking & collaboration.  Appetizers and drinks will be provided for attendees.

Monday May 23, 2016 5:35pm - 7:30pm
The Foundry - Hall B
 
Tuesday, May 24
 

8:00am

Breakfast
Tuesday May 24, 2016 8:00am - 9:00am
Lobby

8:00am

Registration
Tuesday May 24, 2016 8:00am - 6:00pm
Lobby

9:00am

Keynote: Allstate/CompoZed Labs - One Year Later - Doug Safford, Vice President in the Allstate Technology & Strategic Ventures Group, Allstate Insurance

At the 2015 Cloud Foundry Summit, Allstate spoke about their goal of being thought of as more of a software company. Transforming an 85-year-old Fortune 100 company involves creating a shift in how to conduct business, but also in how technology can facilitate and even increase this process. The threats and issues facing Allstate’s business-technology transformation are typical of many large companies. 

Doug will discuss how Allstate’s technology strategy has shifted since 2015 as the insurance giant moves aggressively to the cloud. Doug will also cover how far Allstate has come in the last year, what's been working, the challenges that remain, and the journey which continues full speed ahead.


Speakers
avatar for Doug Safford

Doug Safford

innvoations, allstates
Doug Safford is a vice president in the Allstate Technology & Strategic Ventures group of Allstate Insurance Company. He leads the company’s Technology Innovation department, and CompoZed Labs, the enterprise’s agile efforts on cloud foundry. | | In his current position, Safford is focused on using innovation and technology to quickly bring to life the ideas of his business partners. | | Safford took his current position in... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 9:00am - 9:20am
Keynotes - Hall A

9:20am

Keynote: Enterprise-Ready Lessons for Building Multi-Cloud Apps - Bill Hilf, SVP & GM, HP Cloud, HPE
Many enterprise customers want to take advantage of the promise of cloud native applications, but need a bridge to their current IT infrastructure.  They want to reap the benefits of 12-factor apps and automation, but need strong tools to get started. In this session, HPE Helion SVP & GM, Bill Hilf, will share proven strategies for the Enterprise, the work HPE is focused on, and will highlight stories from HPE customers who have chosen Cloud Foundry technology as a key first step to evolving towards a multi-cloud approach.

Speakers
avatar for Bill Hilf

Bill Hilf

SVP & GM, HP Cloud, HPE
Bill Hilf is Senior Vice President and GM for HPE’s Cloud business. In | this role, he leads the engineering, product management, product  | marketing and delivery of HPE’s cloud portfolio. This portfolio enables  | enterprises to build, manage and consume hybrid cloud services, helping  | them to transform their IT environments through powerful cloud solutions  | from HPE and its partners. | | Prior to joining... Read More →


Tuesday May 24, 2016 9:20am - 9:40am
Keynotes - Hall A

9:40am

Keynote: From Weeks to Minutes - Simon Johansson, Platform Engineer, & Daniel Otte, Head of Platform Engineering, Springer Nature

Going from weeks to minutes for app deployments, 0 to 4000 requests per second and 0 to 1200 apps in approximately a year.

 In 2014, Springer Nature development teams were globally distributed with no standardization across groups. From commit to production often took more than two weeks, and tasks like provisioning new VMs, configuring networks and firewalls, load balancing, and writing Chef were chores considered too tedious with which to deal. Tribal knowledge resulted in flaky systems that culminated in dev teams who were overly reliant on different ops teams.

When Platform Engineering began to hear faint whispers of “miiiiicro services,” the company knew it needed to do something drastic. This post will drill down into  how Cloud Foundry changed the culture, allowing devs to own their apps in production and worry less about operational hassles, and how Platform Engineering simplified operations and reduced costs across the board.


Speakers
avatar for Simon Johansson

Simon Johansson

Platform Engineer, Springer Nature
Dev turned ops, working with Springer Nature which is a global publisher. Have done a keynote at CF Summit Berlin.
avatar for Daniel Otte

Daniel Otte

Head of Platform Engineering, Springer Nature
Now I am become Ops, the destroyer of silos and the bringer of transparency. Currently the head of platform engineering for Springer Nature. It's a team I founded to increase development speed and make sure software can be deployed rapidly and reliable, with the focus on fast feedback. The team fills the gap between ops and dev and by building a PaaS based on Cloud Foundry we have really changed the way we work.


Tuesday May 24, 2016 9:40am - 10:00am
Keynotes - Hall A

10:00am

Lightning Talk: Building the Platform for the Industrial Internet - Marc-Thomas Schmidt, GE Digital
Learn from industrial Cloud Foundry based solutions built with GE Predix for Healthcare, Power Generation, Transportation and Municipals.

Speakers
avatar for Marc - Thomas Schmidt

Marc - Thomas Schmidt

Chief Platform Architect, GE Software Marc-Thomas Schmidt is the Chief Platform Architect at GE Software, responsible for the architecture vision and strategy for the Predix Platform. | | Before joining GE in 2015, Marc-Thomas worked 25+ years at | IBM where he led the architecture and development of Software Platforms in support of business process management, service- | oriented architecture and cognitive computing. | | Marc-Thomas holds... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 10:00am - 10:05am
Keynotes - Hall A

10:05am

Lightning Talk: Performance Metrics Driven CI/CD in a Nutshell - Mike Villiger, Dynatrace

While deployment pipelines speed up the process of delivering software releases, test automation often fails to uncover non-functional regressions which can result in poor performing builds.

 In this talk we will showcase the importance of shifting performance left in the software delivery lifecycle and examine key performance and scalability metrics to include across all phases of the deployment pipeline. 


Speakers
avatar for Mike Villiger

Mike Villiger

Product Evangelist, Dynatrace
APM, monitoring, Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, DevOps, Buildpack extensions



Tuesday May 24, 2016 10:05am - 10:10am
Keynotes - Hall A

10:10am

Break
Tuesday May 24, 2016 10:10am - 10:40am
The Foundry - Hall B

10:40am

Recent Enhancements to Routing in Cloud Foundry - Shannon Coen, Pivotal, Carlos Eberhardt, Apigee, and Atul Kshirsagar, GE
Since CF Summit 2015, the core Routing team has been working on two important enhancements to the platform. 

1. Until recently, developers were on their own to implement rate-limiting, authentication, and many request transformation functions offered by API gateway services. Route Services expand the use cases that can be fulfilled by Marketplace services, enabling developers managing apps on CF to inject a service into the request path, or dynamically configure a component already in the request path. User-provided services are also supported! 

2. Some developers would like to run workloads on Cloud Foundry that receive requests over TCP protocols other than http. Some of these protocols require an app to listen on multiple ports. Some developers would prefer to terminate TLS connections at the application. With support for TCP routing and multiple app ports, we enable these use case and more. 

3. Routes with paths are now supported in the CLI! 

Speakers
avatar for Shannon Coen

Shannon Coen

Product Manager, Pivotal Software, Inc.
Shannon Coen has been guiding core functionality in Cloud Foundry since joining VMWare in 2012. He stayed with the project when it moved to Pivotal, and served for three years as Product Manager with the Services team, launching the v2 broker API in 2013, the MySQL BOSH release as a reference implementation, and most of the subsequent enhancements including support for asynchronous operations in 2015. Since 2015 he has served as Product Manager... Read More →
CE

Carlos Eberhardt

Carlos fell in love with the internet in the early 90s and spent the next 20 years following it around like a puppy. You may remember him from such roles as Robot Code Wrangler for a manufacturing services company, Front-End Web Developer for a pre-bubble dot-com, Mobile App Gunslinger for an engineering consulting firm, or Enterprise Architect for a Fortune 50 retailer. His love finally requited, he now spends his days helping companies large... Read More →
AK

Atul Kshirsagar

Atul is a Senior Software Architect with GE Digital. He has been involved with Cloud Foundry since 2014 and has been contributing to OSS CF development. He was part of CF Diego runtime team and then later worked on CF Routing team where he worked on adding TCP routing support in CF. He is now focused on building IoT gateway on GE’s own CF offering – Predix. Prior to his work at GE Digital, Atul worked in networking and storage industry... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 10:40am - 11:10am
Grand Ballroom CD

10:40am

Winning in Production - Dr. Nic Williams, Stark & Wayne
Dr. Nic tells a ten year story from learning to create web applications but not yet knowing how to run them in production, thru to his discovery of Cloud Foundry, and its use in production by clients for over 10,000 applications in 2015. 

It includes a demonstration of deploying a new application to Cloud Foundry, seeing the logs and running database migrations - all which form the backdrop for Dr Nic's wide ranging perspectives and humour. 

Speakers
avatar for Dr Nic Williams

Dr Nic Williams

CEO, Stark & Wayne
Dr Nic Williams has been working with, contributing to, documenting and teaching Cloud Foundry and BOSH since April 2012. He is perhaps the most prolific contributor across all open source code bases associated with Cloud Foundry & BOSH, and is one of the most active participants in community events, CAB calls and forums. He is the CEO of Stark & Wayne, the premier consultancy for enterprise Cloud Foundry.


Tuesday May 24, 2016 10:40am - 11:10am
Grand Ballroom B

10:40am

Cloud Foundry Monitoring and Metrics Collection Using Sensu and Graphite - Jeff Barrows, GE Digital
The Cloud Platform Engineering team at GE Digital are big fans of Cloud Foundry, it's the foundation of their Industrial Cloud Platform called Predix. Their global Cloud Foundry install base serves a developer community of thousands, and run tens of thousands of production application instances. 

One of the key benefits of Cloud Foundry is it's ability to dynamically scale all of it's core components using BOSH. As Cloud Foundry subsystems like runners and routers are scaled out to keep up with demand, ensuring that the new nodes automatically come under monitoring and metrics collection coverage, and keeping health dashboards up to date becomes challenging! 

Jeff Barrows will show how the Cloud Platform Monitoring team is using Sensu, an open-source monitoring framework, and Graphite, an open-source realtime metrics collection solution, to provide health and availability data on all Cloud Foundry components and Marketplace Services. He will also show how they build and maintain summary KPI, health, and utilization dashboards in Grafana - an open source graphing and dashboard visualization tool, and cover some simple strategies they use to help keep everything up to date in a dynamic environment. 

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Barrows

Jeff Barrows

Manager / Technical Lead - Cloud Platform, GE Digital
Jeff Barrows has been working at GE Digital for the past two years as a technical lead, and manager of the Cloud Platform Engineering team, for GE's Industrial Cloud Platform called Predix. He has been working in technology in the Bay Area since 1994 in industries ranging from Social Media companies like Yelp to Investment Banks, Telcos, and Web Startups. Jeff lives in Oakland, California, with his wife and daughter, and likes to hike in the East... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 10:40am - 11:10am
Grand Ballroom GH

10:40am

10:40am

UniK: Unikernel Backend to Cloud Foundry - Idit Levine, EMC
Unikernel – an executable image that can run natively on a hypervisor without the need for a separate operating system – are rapidly gaining momentum. To integrate unikernels into the echo-system, cloud-computing platforms as a service are required to provide unikernels with the same services they provide for containers. Here we present Unik, an orchestration system for unikernels. Unik handles the compilation of libraries and applications for running on AWS, manages their scheduling, and ensures their health. To provide the user with a seamless PaaS experience, Unik is integrated as a backend to Cloud Foundry runtime. In the session we will cover: an overview of Unikernel, UniK and the integration with Cloud Foundry followed by a demo. 

Speakers
avatar for Idit Levine

Idit Levine

CTO, EMC
Idit Levine is the CTO for cloud management division at EMC and a member | of its global CTO office. Her passion and expertise are focused on | Management and Orchestration (M&O) over the entire stack and on | microservice, cloud native apps and Platform as a Service. Idit’s | fascination with the cloud sprouted when she joined DynamicOps (vCAC, now | part of VMware) as one of its first employees. She subsequently took part | in... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 10:40am - 11:10am
Grand Ballroom EF

10:40am

BoF: IoT for BigMachines - Jayant Thomas & Shyam Nath, GE Digital
The emergence of IoT creates several opportunities—such as data acquisition from devices, edge computing, complex event processing, and cloud analytics—for developers at different levels. The session includes Overview of IoT PaaS, Predix - GE’s IoT Cloud, and how it is applied to monitoring Big Machines using various analytics . Best Practices of developing a Predix IoT Cloud application, and finally close off with an overview on how we can use a general purpose analytics such as anomaly detection on IoT cloud and scale it up for multiple industrial assets to provide insightts about the machines. 

Speakers
avatar for Shyam Nath

Shyam Nath

Industrial Internet Architect, GE
Shyam is Industrial Internet Architect with GE Digital. He has 25 years of Industry experience. Prior to GE, he has worked for IBM, Deloitte, Oracle and Halliburton. He has an undergrad in EE (IIT Kanpur, India) and MBA and MS (Computer Science) from FAU, Boca Raton, FL. He is a regular speaker in large technology events on IoT and Big Data Analytics.
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Jayant Thomas

Sr. Engineering Manager IoT and Cloud, GE Software
Jayant Thomas(JT) is a Engineering Manager at GE Digital working on How Microservices is applied to solve industrial IoT solutions targeting big machines.He is extremely passionate about IoT and Cloud based software and has presented in numerous conferences and meetups.


Tuesday May 24, 2016 10:40am - 12:30pm
The Foundry - Octavia Butler Lounge

11:20am

Running Cloud Foundry in a Compliance and Security Focused Environment - Diego Lapiduz and Bret A. Mogilefsky, 18F
Running Cloud Foundry in a compliance and security focused environment (Diego Lapiduz and Bret Mogilefsky, cloud.gov - 18F). cloud.gov has adopted Cloud Foundry to host applications for government users in the cloud, tackling one of the core impediments to government service delivery today. In the process of doing that we had to turn up the security of the platform, write composable compliance documentation, and build tools to automatically scan the system and tenant applications. These processes and tools have been built in the open so other members of the community can contribute to them and reuse them in other contexts. 

This talk will show how Cloud Foundry and Bosh made it easy to centralize security and enable redeployment of the whole platform. We will also talk about how we built reusable and composable compliance documentation that can be shared publicly. 

Speakers
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Diego Lapiduz

18F
Diego is a software architect turned DevOps practicioner. He is currently leading efforts to deploy software applications more efficiently at 18F. Earlier in his career, he worked on projects ranging from e-commerce to social networks. Diego is often a frequent guest speaker at conferences, where he talks about software architecture, DevOps and other ramblings.
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Bret Mogilefsky

Innovation Specialist, GSA/18F
Bret Mogilefsky is an Innovation Specialist at 18F, the agile design and development consultancy inside government, for government. Bret leads teams and projects focused on deconstructing the biggest technical hurdles to improving government services. Prior to 18F, Bret was the architect and evangelist for the overall developer experience at PlayStation, and was lead programmer and assistant designer of the legendary adventure game Grim... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 11:20am - 11:50am
Grand Ballroom GH

11:20am

BOSH: The Simple Solution for Complex Systems - Kira P. Combs, Pivotal Cloud Foundry
Deploying complex systems is hard. What's even harder is figuring out how to make changes to those systems, parsing which elements of that system are failing, and how to debug and fix the issues in a system in an elegant manner. Thankfully, there is a solution! BOSH allows users to version, package, and deploy both simple and complex software in a reproducible manner. This talk will give a history and overview of the BOSH solution, a brief tutorial on how to get started, how to debug, and finally will give practical guidance and tips on how BOSH can help make complicated product development and deployments a thing of the past. 

Speakers
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Kira P. Combs

Software Engineer, Pivotal Cloud Foundry
Kira is a Software Engineer at Pivotal Cloud Foundry. She works with BOSH and Cloud Foundry on a daily basis, and is excited to be here at Summit. She has presented once before at CF Summit Berlin on the Loggregator system of Cloud Foundry.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 11:20am - 11:50am
Grand Ballroom B

11:20am

SHIELD: Protecting CF, Services and Applications Through Backups and Restores - Xiujiao Gao, Stark & Wayne / The University of Buffalo & Wayne E. Seguin, Stark & Wayne
SHIELD is a modularized backup and restore solution which utilizes a plugin based architecture to backup and restore BOSH deployments. 

In this talk, we will mainly focus on how to use SHIELD to assist with our Backup and Restore plan for Cloud Foundry applications and Services which are deployed by BOSH. More specifically, we will show you how to use SHIELD to backup and restore core Cloud Foundry internal services as well as non-core CF services such as Redis, PostgreSQL, MySQL, RabbitMQ, etc.. and how applications can be backed up and restored by adding plugins without having to modify SHIELD core. 

We will also show you the framework of SHIELD which itself is distributed as a BOSH release. It consists of a core daemon, backup target plugins, storage plugins, a CLI and a web UI. The core daemon manages meta data, scheduling, tasks and jobs, it also monitors and verifies the status of backup jobs and archives. Backup target plugins specify what is to be backed up and how it is done. Store plugins specify where (local filesystem, or blobstores such as S3, Swift, Atmos, etc.) backups can be stored and how to put them there and retrieve them back. The CLI is used for controlling all aspects of the system, such as backing up, restoring, setting retention policies, scheduling, job & task management, etc.

Speakers
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Xiujiao Gao

Cloud Engineer / Ph.D Student, Stark & Wanyne
Xiujiao Gao is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering at the State University of New York at Buffalo (UB). Her research projects at UB including Virtual Network (VN) Mapping, Virtual Network Function Placement, Multicast Services VN Mapping and Mapping Reliability in Cloud Computing. She is currently working at Stark & Wayne as a Cloud Engineer helping to deliver tremendous value to customers (such as GE). She has been... Read More →
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Wayne E. Seguin

CTO, Stark & Wayne, LLC
Wayne E. Seguin has over 19 years of professional software engineering, architecture, and business experience spanning several industries. He has founded companies, shipped code that thousands of developers have used on a daily basis, and spearheaded large operations efforts for mission critical platforms. Wayne is well known for building tools that make lives easier for other engineers. Lately, Wayne has focused on doing this in the PaaS... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 11:20am - 11:50am
Grand Ballroom EF

11:20am

11:20am

Persistence Arrives on Diego - Ted Young, Pivotal; Nagapramod Mandagere, IBM; & Paul Warren, EMC
Persistent Storage is coming to Diego! IBM, Pivotal, and EMC have partnered to extend the Cloud Foundry runtime to include persistence storage. We discuss the approach we are taking, how distributed filesystems and block storage services fit well with our service broker abstraction. and how we plan to offer these services in the marketplace. An overview of the types of storage, their differences, and the effect they have on scheduling and the application lifecycle will be discussed. Example use cases for each type of storage will be covered. We will also discuss the pros and cons of running databases and other services directly on Cloud Foundry. 

Speakers
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Nagapramod Mandagere

Research Group Leader, IBM
Nagapramod Mandagere received his PhD from University of Minnesota in Enterprise data management. He has been a researcher at IBM Almaden Research center since 2008 working on various systems technologies. He has coauthored several conference papers and has several patents in domain of systems management
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Paul Warren

Software Engineer, EMC
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Ted Young

Senior Engineer and Product Manager, Distributed Systems, Pivotal
Ted has built distributed systems in a variety of environments: computer animation pipelines for VFX, live event coordination, and elastic compute platforms. In 2015 he received a Pivotal Research Grant to explore approaches to running persistent workloads in a multi-tenant environment. He helped design the Diego Container Runtime, and leads the CF Persistence Team.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 11:20am - 11:50am
Grand Ballroom CD

12:00pm

Building a Brand Around a Technology and Cultural Transformation - Matthew Curry, Allstate
Matt Curry will present how Allstate has created a brand around the Allstate transformation initiative. He will talk about branding the platform and the newly refined focus Allstate is putting on the developer experience. His talk underscores the cultural importance of enabling cloud consumers to identify with a branded experience when grappling with the idea dramatic cultural and technological change in a large enterprise. 

Speakers
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Matt Curry

Director of Infrastructure Products, Allstate
Matt is a director of Infrastructure Products at Allstate. He maintains a regular presence on multiple podcasts and is an avid Twitter freak.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Grand Ballroom B

12:00pm

Cloud Foundry on Azure, Beyond BOSH and CPI: Learn How You Can Use (Pivotal) Cloud Foundry for Enterprise, Hybrid Scenarios - Kundana Palagiri, Ning Kuang, & Gil Isaacs, Microsoft
In this deep dive session you'll learn about how some of the enterprise and hybrid features of Azure are available natively for Cloud Foundry applications. 

Speakers
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Gil Isaacs

Microsoft
Gil is a Microsoft Certified Azure Architect in the Microsoft Developer Experience division where he helps commercial technology publishers develop solutions utilizing Microsoft Azure. Most recently, Gil was the lead in partnership with Pivotal Engineering in publishing the Pivotal Cloud Foundry Azure Marketplace offer. Gil brings deep experience to Microsoft helping customers, partners and colleagues with new technology adoption across many... Read More →
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Ning Kuang

Microsoft
Ning is a Senior Program manager from Microsoft Shanghai, focusing on open source technologies in Azure; she worked on various projects for the Linux VM and middleware on Azure, especially deployment and management solutions. She also manages the Could Foundry on Azure engineering efforts, especially deployment solutions including CPI. Previously Ning works with different server and web technologies including Microsoft Windows Servers and... Read More →
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Kundana Palagiri

Senior Program Manager, Azure, Microsoft
Kundana Palagiri been at Microsoft for about 14+ years and worked on various Windows Server and Cloud Technologies as both a Program Manager and a Software Engineer. She currently work on Azure IaaS and PaaS platforms and I primarily work on a VM Customization framework to integrate open source and ISV solutions with Azure Virtual Machine for providing rich DevOps tools and PaaS platforms.


Tuesday May 24, 2016 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Grand Ballroom EF

12:00pm

Five Years of Cloud Foundry at Rakuten - Carlo Alberto Ferraris & Ronak Banka, Rakuten, Inc.
A team of seven engineers at Rakuten has been running Cloud Foundry in production for five years on over 5,000 virtual servers. In this talk we'll look back at the experience acquired in the past five years and the goals for the next five. We'll share some of the solutions we're building to empower our users - like how we implemented placement pools to run applications in different networks/environments, how we deploy a single Cloud Foundry environment on multiple virtual infrastructures and how we collect and process logs and metrics - as well as how we're applying what we learned from running one of the biggest Cloud Foundry deployments worldwide to make operations and maintenance efforts scale efficiently. 

Speakers
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Ronak Banka

DevOps Engineer, Rakuten, Inc.
DevOps engineer on the Rakuten PaaS team. Speaker at Cloud Foundry summit 2016 , Santa Clara, Cloud Foundry meetup Delhi, India (June 2015), Openstack Summit 2015 Tokyo, Japan.
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris

Senior DevOps Engineer, Rakuten
Senior DevOps engineer, team leader of the Rakuten Platform-as-a-Service team. Speaker at Cloud Foundry Tokyo Meetup.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Grand Ballroom GH

12:00pm

How to Deploy CF and Other Bosh Releases on Bare-Metal Environment - Victor Fong, EMC
For years, CF users have been asking for the functionality to deploy Cloud Foundry on bare metal machines. With the new RackHD CPI, Bosh is now empowered to provision bare-metal machines, deploy software on them, and monitor the health of deployments. 

The RackHD CPI bridges the communication between Bosh (http://bosh.io) and EMC OSS RackHD (http://github.com/RackHD). RackHD is a technology stack that enables automated hardware management and orchestration. To Bosh, the RackHD CPI behaves just like any other Cloud Provider Interface. Internally, the RackHD CPI uses RackHD to manage, provision, and deploy software on bare machines. 

Speakers
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Victor Fong

EMC
EMC Cloud Platform Team, Dev. Lead for the Cambridge Cloud Foundry Dojo. Working on the Rack HD CPI.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Grand Ballroom CD

12:00pm

12:30pm

Diversity Luncheon & Program - Cornelia Davis, CTO, Transformation Practice at Pivotal

Please join us for a very special lunch session with Cornelia Davis, CTO, Transformation Practice at Pivotal, who will lead a discussion on how di­ver­sity and inclusivity powers innovation. Cornelia’s keynote will be followed by table-led discussions. All attendees are invited to participate in this vital ongoing conversation about the need for a di­verse and inclusive open source com­mu­nity! All attendees are invited, but space is limited.

Please RSVP to the Diversity Luncheon here.


Speakers
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Cornelia Davis

CTO of the Transformation Practice, Pivotal
A self-proclaimed propellerhead, Cornelia Davis is CTO of the Transformation Practice at Pivotal, where she helps customers develop and execute on their cloud platform strategies. Responsible for guiding clients on the technical elements of broader transformation, she focuses on making developers and operations teams successful with the Pivotal Cloud Foundry application platform. To that end, you’ll find her knee deep in the code base... Read More →


Tuesday May 24, 2016 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Grand Ballroom A

12:30pm

Lunch
Tuesday May 24, 2016 12:30pm - 2:00pm
The Foundry - Hall B

2:00pm

Building a Production Grade PostgreSQL Cloud Foundry Service - Julian Fischer, anynines
Julian Fischer, CEO of anynines guides through the journey of building a highly available, self-provisioning PostgreSQL Cloud Foundry service. The talk is meant to share experience collected in the anynines team from years of building production grade backing services. PostgreSQL in particular is a good example as it has never been built to be fully automated. Challenges such as setting up a proper replication, detect failure scenarios and perform automatic failovers are interesting challenges with many pitfalls for beginners. Learn about production requirements, technical challenges and have a look at an exemplary architecture to learn about building failure resilient Cloud Foundry data services. 

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Julian Fischer

CEO, anynines
Julian Fischer is CEO of anynines. As an expert for digital transformation he has been attending hundreds of IT conferences and speaking at dozens including several Cloud Foundry events. His passion for Cloud Foundry was the motivation to found anynines, a startup entirely focused on cloud-native software development and operations. anynines has been the first Cloud Foundry based public PaaS and is entirely operated under German jurisdiction... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Grand Ballroom EF

2:00pm

Streamlining the BOSH Experience - Maria Shaldibina & Shatarupa Nandi, Pivotal
BOSH has proven to be a go-to tool for managing Cloud Foundry and other complex service installations. But when infrastructure grows and number of deployments increases significantly new challenges arise: how easy is it to configure each deployment and connect them together, or how can deployment operators quickly understand requirements specified by software they are deploying. BOSH has made lots of progress in the past year to solve challenges of large multi-deployment installations. 

In this talk core BOSH contributors will introduce recently released BOSH features and improvements with the aim of lowering the barrier to entry to deploying software with BOSH. Service broker authors, distributed software developers, release and operations engineers will be provided with new tools to compose and share cluster topologies. 

Maria and Rupa will also talk about the development process: driving features with a comprehensive test suite (including fuzz and load tests), overcoming friction in a well-established open-source codebase, extending functionality while maintaining backwards compatibility and enabling recovery from misconfigurations while migrating to new functionality. 

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Shatarupa Nandi

Software Engineer, Pivotal, Inc.
Rupa is a consultant at Pivotal Labs. Rupa has developed various data services running on CF (such as Pivotal Hadoop for PCF, Pivotal Gemfire for PCF and others) and is currently a developer on the BOSH team. Rupa enjoys using CF to build distributed data services and exploring problems involving persistence, networking and service discovery in the cloud.
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Maria Shaldibina

Software Engineer, Pivotal
Maria is a software engineer at Pivotal, currently anchoring the BOSH team at Pivotal. She started working on Cloud Foundry four years ago at VMware, since then she worked on different parts of Cloud Foundry, such as staging and running applications, and for the past two years she has been working on BOSH - infrastructure agnostic tool that is used by Cloud Foundry for release engineering and deployment automation.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Grand Ballroom CD

2:00pm

Put Your Money Where Your CF Is: Multi-DC Production Cloud Foundry in a Global Wealth Management Enterprise - Daniel Jones, EngineerBetter
Successfully introducing Cloud Foundry into a regulated financial enterprise is no mean feat, and managing four production Cloud Foundry instances in different data centres adds further complexity to be tamed. Daniel Jones relays his experiences operating Cloud Foundry at a global wealth management enterprise, covering both the technical and organisational challenges. How were enterprise developers upskilled in the ways of the cloud native app? What were the tensions between agility and regulatory requirements? What tooling helped administer multiple production CF instances? Can you declaratively configure the running state of a Cloud Foundry? 

Speakers
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Daniel Jones

CTO, EngineerBetter Ltd
Daniel Jones is CTO of UK Cloud Foundry consultancy EngineerBetter. He has recently been operating and supporting multiple production CF instances at a global wealth management enterprise, and helping an IoT tech startup build their platform atop CF. Daniel was a member of the Pivotal CF London Services team, and also worked with Europe's leading CF consultancy CloudCredo. Daniel has spoken at CF Summit Santa Clara 2016, CF Summit Berlin 2015 and... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Grand Ballroom GH

2:00pm

Delivering Heterogeneous Architectures - Casey West, Pivotal
Middleware lock-in is over. In a world of lightweight, containerized workloads the need to standardize on a commong middleware is no more. With Cloud Foundry's buildpack ecosystem the need to manage middleware yourself is further nonexistant. This is truly exciting as is eliminates the operational overhead of using the right tool for the right job. Cloud Foundry, with officially supported and open source buildpacks, supports more than 50 programming languages, frameworks, an runtime environments. This rich ecosystem empowers your engineers to explore new tools and environments without burdening your operators with the need to learn, manage, and maintain new runtime environments. 

What even is a buildpack? How are they managed? How are they used? How do I make my own? In this talk we'll answer all those questions. 

We'll dissect a buildpack and examine its internals. Learn how Cloud Foundry builds containers for your applications in its staging environment. Learn how operators deploy, enable, and upgrade buildpacks. we'll expore the separation of responsibility Cloud Foundry offers to empower operations to control the runtime environmnents carefully whilst providing maximum flexibility to engineering safely. Learn how to specify buildpacks when deploying applications, and how to manage runtime upgrades and security fixes with minimal developer disruption. Finally, learn how to write a custom buildpack for specialized runtime environments. 

Cloud Foundry will run almost any cloud-native application in almost any runtime environment. We may never support COBOL, but after this talk you'll see how Cloud Foundry support's the rest of your heterogeneous architecture. 

Speakers
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Casey West

Principal Technologist, Cloud Foundry, Pivotal
Working in Internet infrastructure, web app security, and design taught Casey to be a paranoid, UX-oriented, problem solving Internet plumber; his earliest contributions to Perl live to this day on your Mac. Casey’s speaking and writing ranges from open source communities and culture to technical architecture and automation tips and tricks. Casey West wears the mantle of Principal Technologist focused on Pivotal’s Cloud Foundry Platform and... Read More →


Tuesday May 24, 2016 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Grand Ballroom B

2:00pm

BoF: Message Based Applications as First-Class Citizens in Cloud Foundry - Geoffrey M. Arnold, Sensity Systems
There is increasing interest in the use of so-called “reactive microservice” application patterns to build scalable, low-latency applications with minimal developer friction. The best known of these systems is AWS Lambda. Although it is possible to build such applications in Cloud Foundry, using pub-sub messaging for communications, it requires developers to forgo much of the orchestration and automation provided by Cloud Foundry for deployment and scaling. In this session, we’ll discuss how message-based applications can become first-class citizens in Cloud Foundry by extending service configuration and automation to include message broker binding and configuration. 

Speakers
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Geoff Arnold

CTO, Sensity Systems
Smart City IOT Platforms and Services.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 2:00pm - 3:10pm
The Foundry - Octavia Butler Lounge

2:40pm

Cloud Foundry: The Gaps - John Wetherill, BNY Mellon
BNY Mellon, the oldest bank in the US and one of the most influential financial institutions in the world, has made a firm commitment to Cloud Foundry as a key component of our cloud technology stack. The reasoning is clear: we are a financial institution focusing on financial problems, and don't want to be in business of building infrastructure and platform software, instead wanting to take advantage of open-source community-driven software so we can focus on our business challenges. 

Cloud Foundry meets several of our requirements for a highly-available, flexible, secure, and scalable platform , but it's not a panacea and has some gaps that we are forced to fill using other technologies. Specifically these gaps include support for non-http workloads, service discovery, multi-datacenter orchestration and failover support, application grouping (assembly) concepts, OS support, and more. 

This technical session will focus on many of these gaps that the open source Cloud Foundry platform currently doesn't cover, and will present in depth the solutions, including other open source software technologies, that we are building to fill those gaps, to deliver a flexible and reliable platform that fosters modern cloud practices including microservices, containerization, and continuous delivery. 

Developers, DevOps, sys-admins, and IT decision makers in any industry will benefit from the lessons we've learned. 

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John Wetherill

BNY Mellon, Principal Architect
John Wetherill, Principal Architect at BNY Mellon's Innovation Center in Palo Alto, spent much of his career designing and building software at a handful of startups, at Sun Microsystems, NeXT Inc., and in the smart grid and energy space. His biggest passion is for tools, languages, processes, and systems that improve developer productivity and quality of life. | | John has spent the last four years immersed in Cloud Foundry, and continues to... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 2:40pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom GH

2:40pm

Giving Cloud Foundry APIs Their Swagger Back - Michael Maximilien, IBM Cloud Labs & Tony Tam, SmartBear
The Open API Specification (née Swagger 2.0) is a comprehensive language for describing Web APIs (e.g., REST) using a JSON. Using the description of a Web API one can easily generate all types of artifacts (docs, clients, proxies, and so on) that are useful to consumers, developers, and maintainers of the API.  

CF-Swagger is an incubation project in CloudFoundry where we have applied Swagger to various CF APIs in order to generate value. For instance, by having a Swagger description of the Service Broker APIs we are able to generate a Golang Test Compatibility Kit (TCK) that makes it easy for a CF service administrator to vet whether a service broker conforms to a particular version of the service broker API. 

We have also described various other CF APIs using Swagger with the goal to allowing specific useful tasks. In this talk we will give a complete overview of the various CF APIs we have swaggerized, along with some of the useful consequences of the description. We will also discuss general directions of the project along with other potential applications by looking at how the Swagger community is currently taking advantage of APIs' descriptions. 

Speakers
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Michael (aka dr.max) Maximilien

Scientist, Architect, and Engineer, IBM
My name is Michael Maximilien, better known as max or dr.max, and I am a computer scientist with IBM. At IBM Research Triangle Park, I was a principal engineer for the worldwide industry point-of-sale standard: JavaPOS. At IBM Research, some highlights include pioneering research on semantic Web services, mashups, and cloud computing, and platform-as-a-service. I joined the IBM Cloud Labs in 2014 and work closely with Pivotal Inc., to help make... Read More →
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Tony Tam

VP and CTO, SmartBear
VP and CTO of all things Swagger at SmartBear


Tuesday May 24, 2016 2:40pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom EF

2:40pm

The Cloud Foundry Bits-Service Myth Buster! - Simon Moser & Marc Schunk, IBM and Stev Witzel, Pivotal
Did you ever wonder what that mythical ‘bits-service’ incubation project is? Has the CloudFoundry community finally lost their minds and started on a competition with OpenStack Swift or Amazon S3? Hell NO! This talk will introduce the current state and give an outlook to the future of the “bits-service” [1] project. In short, the bits-service is an extraction of an existing functionality in the cloud controller today - externalising everything related to bits (application bits, droplets, packages, buildpacks, …) into a proper micro service. It can be scaled independently, is encapsulated by a well-defined API, so its a generic BLOBSTORE API, right? Mmm…. maybe come and join the team (the first community project equally staffed with engineers of IBM and Pivotal) in the talk and let us handle your bits! 

[1] www.github.com/cloudfoundry-incubator/bits-service 

Speakers
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Simon Moser

Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM
Simon is a Senior Technical Staff Member with IBM that works both on IBM Bluemix as well Cloud Foundry, where he runs projects like OpenWhisk or the Bits-service. Simon has been publishing many papers and given many talks at International Conferences (such as IBM Interconnect, EclipseCon and other major conferences).
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Marc Schunk

Software Engineer, IBM
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Stev Witzel

Engineering Manager, Pivotal
Stev works as a software engineer at Pivotal’s London office. He is part of the team behind the Cloud Foundry Bits-Service project. Previously, he has been working on Cloud Foundry data services and Bosh. In his free time he enjoys building things in Golang and learning about distributed systems.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 2:40pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom CD

2:40pm

Warner Music Group's Journey from Private to Public Cloud: OpenStack vs. AWS, Multi-DC vs. Multi-AZ, and Meeting Diego During The Move - Adam Chesterton, Warner Music Group & Renat Khasanshyn, Altoros
Ever wanted to know what it takes to stop a multi-data center roll out (MPLS-backed, pick-any-hardware, Cloud Foundry + Data Lakes) mid way, and begin an “all in” move to public cloud? 

The vision of composable enterprise at Warner Music Group lives on, with Cloud Foundry being the backbone of application factory churning out cloud-native applications using a swarm of microservices, paving the way for all-digital revenue sources. 
In this session, you will join us in the journey we are taking all the way from managed private cloud running Cloud Foundry and data services, to rethinking the economics of composable enterprise, to running on multiple availability zones at AWS. 

At the end of the journey, attendees will find themselves holding a 5-point lists of patterns and antipatterns, a practical 10-point tip sheet, and a sample “one pager” reference deployment architecture of highly available Cloud Foundry and surrounding data lakes on AWS. 

Speakers
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Adam Chesterton

Director of Engineering, Warner Music Group
Adam Chesterton is a Director of Engineering at Warner Music Group, where he is responsible for all things Cloud Foundry. Prior to WMG, Adam was Development Manager with Reuters. Prior to Reuters, Adam was Enterprise Analyst with GE Consumer Products.
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Renat Khasanshyn

Renat Khasanshyn is CEO of Altoros and Venture Partner at Runa Capital. Renat's primary focus is bringing “software assembly lines” and "data lakes" into organizations through training, deployment and integration of solutions offered by the Cloud Foundry ecosystem. Renat is an active member of the Cloud Foundry Foundation Advisory Board and a frequent speaker at Cloud Foundry events. In the past, Renat has been selected as a finalist for the... Read More →


Tuesday May 24, 2016 2:40pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom B

2:40pm

3:20pm

3:20pm

Broker for Custom Applications - Jakub Różański, Intel
TAP (Trusted analytics Platform - https://github.com/trustedanalytics) is open-source software, optimized for performance and security, that accelerates the creation of cloud-native applications driven by Big Data analytics. This integrated platform simplifies solution development and delivers value from data faster by providing a collaborative, flexible environment for advanced analytics in public and private clouds. It’s built on top of Cloud Foundry and Hadoop stack. 

Fundamental goal of TAP is to integrate many different solutions related to data analysis as a reusable services available on the platform. Although, implementing separate broker for every single service is time consuming so. As a result TAP introduced a tool called Application-Broker (https://github.com/trustedanalytics/application-broker). It is a generic solution that makes it easy to create new applications in service-like manner in the Cloud Foundry Marketplace and provisioning these applications with appropriate configuration and dealing with their dependencies. Using application-broker allows to make a reusable service out of a simple application within one click of a developer’s mouse. 

Speakers
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Jakub Różański

Software Engineer, Intel Technology Poland
Jakub works as Software Developer at Intel Technology Poland (Gdansk). His responsibilities include implementing backend services in various technologies (Golang, python, Java+Spring and more). Currently, he is involved in development of Trusted Analytics Platform, where he strive to master his Golang programming skills. Although he has no prior conference speaking experience, he can boast of winning 8th edition of golang-challenge (conducted... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 3:20pm - 3:50pm
Grand Ballroom EF

3:20pm

Cloud Foundry and Containers (or: Where does Cloud Foundry Fit in the Container Ecosystem?) - Julian Friedman, IBM & George Lestaris, Pivotal
While some other platforms you may have heard of have containers front-and-center as the main user experience, Cloud Foundry uses containers under the covers to provide a rich user experience ("push my code, I don't care how"!). The container engine powering Cloud Foundry is called Garden and pre-dates most of the big name container technologies now in the market. In this talk, you'll find out what makes Garden different from other container technologies (including detailed comparisons of other container engines), and in what ways it's just the same. 

Speakers
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Julian Friedman

Product Manager / Software Engineer, IBM
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George Lestaris

Software engineer, Pivotal
George Lestaris is a software engineer working at Pivotal in the Garden team, the container runtime of Cloud Foundry. Before Pivotal, he spent time with web programming, high throughput computing and cloud computing research. He has given talks before in CHEP 2013 regarding virtual clusters and their use in high-energy physics and, most recently, in PyCon UK 2015 on interactive cloud experimentation.


Tuesday May 24, 2016 3:20pm - 3:50pm
Grand Ballroom CD

3:20pm

Taking Cloud to Extremes: Scaled-Down, Highly-Available, and Mission-Critical - Sergey Sverchkov, Altoros
We consider uses cases typical for some advanced applications of Cloud architectures incorporating Cloud Foundry PaaS. High-Availability, Fault-Tolerance, scaling down to smaller form-factors while operating in mission-critical environments - all these requirements put constraints on architecture, configuration, and testing. Cloud Foundry's operation depends on the number of external and internal dependencies. Points of failure may exist on different levels stretching from hardware/IaaS foundation to microservices. 

Speakers
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Sergey Sverchkov

Software Development Lead, Altoros
Sergey is a highly skilled Project Manager and Software Architect with 15+ years of experience under the belt. An Oracle Certified Professional, he is both a trainer and an author of Oracle administration and development courses. In-depth expertise in Cloud, virtualization technologies, IaaS, and PaaS solutions, including but not limited to AWS, OpenStack, VMware, GCE, Cloud Foundry, and Heroku PaaS. An expert in NoSQL data stores, as well as... Read More →


Tuesday May 24, 2016 3:20pm - 3:50pm
Grand Ballroom B

3:20pm

Frequent Flying Foundry Style: An IoT Microservices and Secure Insight Platform for the Aviation Industry - Sarah Cooper, M2Mi & Shyam Nath, GE Digital
The potential role of Internet of Things in next generation Airports and the broader Aviation Ecosystem is astounding. From reducing trip time to decreasing on-tarmac collisions, IoT’s enablement of shared real time resources and cross-ecosystem collaboration dramatically changes the value generation game in a traditionally siloed industry. The key to unlocking the cross-ecosystem potential is the creation of a secure, shared Aviation services platform that allows stakeholders to securely share insights without compromising data integrity and ownership. CloudFoundry is the perfect basis for such an industry shared resource. 

M2Mi and GE, along with several industry players are developing an Industrial IoT platform for Aviation based on the combination of M2Mi’s IoT platform and GE’s Predix platform on Cloud Foundry. This Aviation Shared IIoT Services platform serves as the basis for the Industrial Internet Consortium's Aviation Testbed and consists of aviation and airport control and data services with industry specific microservices for the real time management of cybersecurity, insight generation and private information sharing. We’ll walk through the architecture and Cloud Foundry components that are re-imagining air travel and aviation for the industry at large. 

Speakers
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Sarah Cooper

COO, M2Mi
Dr. Sarah Cooper is M2Mi’s Chief Operating Officer, responsible for engineering, business development and platform strategy. With 15 years designing IoT devices and platform technologies, she serves as vice chairwoman of the 12,000 member Internet of Things Community and is an active member of the Industrial Internet Consortium, as well as several IoT standards organizations. Sarah’s industry achievement includes recognition as a Top 100... Read More →
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Shyam Nath

Industrial Internet Architect, GE
Shyam is Industrial Internet Architect with GE Digital. He has 25 years of Industry experience. Prior to GE, he has worked for IBM, Deloitte, Oracle and Halliburton. He has an undergrad in EE (IIT Kanpur, India) and MBA and MS (Computer Science) from FAU, Boca Raton, FL. He is a regular speaker in large technology events on IoT and Big Data Analytics.


Tuesday May 24, 2016 3:20pm - 3:50pm
Grand Ballroom GH

3:20pm

3:50pm

Break
Tuesday May 24, 2016 3:50pm - 4:15pm
The Foundry - Hall B

4:15pm

4:15pm

Autosleep Service: Inactive Apps Gets Stopped and Auto-Restarted on Incoming Traffic - Guillaume Berche, Orange
Did you ever run out of CloudFoundry cells capacity, while your Iaas budget is already maxed out ? Tired of asking org/space admins to clean up these hello-world apps that waste RAM on the platform ? 

The autosleep service might help: it automatically stops inactive apps and restarts them upon incoming traffic. 

Try it by yourself by installing it from https://github.com/Orange-OpenSource/autosleep/ or come to this session to learn its motivations, get the current status of this work-in-progress, watch a demo, and understand how to autosleep service leverages cloudfoundry features (service broker api, route services, CC api) sometimes in unusual ways. This session wraps up with learnings and suggestions for potential evolution of the service broker API that could open up new innovative usages of the platform. 

Speakers
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Guillaume Berche

Software Architect, Orange
Guillaume Berche is an active bosh and cloudfoundry user since 2012. He is working at Orange, one of the leading european telco operator, where he is contributing to private Paas efforts since late 2010. His activities range from product-management, software development to operations. He has been contributing to the CloudFoundry community through cf-dev@, cf-docs, specs proposals, cf-java-client and java-buildpack.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 4:15pm - 4:45pm
Grand Ballroom GH

4:15pm

Ford Invests in Making Customer Experience as Strong as Its Vehicles with FordPass - Shaji John Thomas & Mohsin Ahmed, Ford Motor Company; Hayden Ryan, Dave Wallraff & Sani Chabi Yo, Pivotal
Creating value through early and frequent delivery of innovative solutions with our business partners as the norm. To do this Ford is working with cloud-based software technology leader Pivotal to build a software platform that will enable the company to rapidly innovate and iterate on new applications and mobility solutions for consumers. This will help with transitioning Ford Motor Company to be both an automobile company and a mobility company by providing an agile development platform to development teams. 

Speakers
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Wallraff, Dave

Senior Solutions Architect, Pivotal
Dave Wallraff is a Senior Solutions Architect for Pivotal, helping customers understand and embrace CloudFoundry. He enjoys most of the things, and only breaks some of the things.
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Mohsin Ahmed

Senior Systems Engineer, Ford Motor Company
Mohsin Ahmed is working as Senior Systems Engineer at Ford Motor Company. He has been involved in various enterprise infrastructure design, development and implementation projects for the past 15 years. He has engineered resilient and highly available solutions with VMware virtualization platforms, Microsoft server and cloud infrastructure. His recent engagement has been with the design and implementation of Pivotal Cloud Foundry platform in... Read More →
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Yo, Sani Chabi

Advisory Solutions Architect, Pivotal
Sani Chabi Yo is a highly proficient bilingual (French/English) IT professional with more than 10 years of experience. He is currently Cloud Foundry Solutions Architect at Pivotal; a company that is transforming the way enterprises build software. In this hands-on role, he advises global Fortune 100 customers through their journey to digital transformation by leveraging Pivotal Cloud Foundry, Microservices and cloud-native design. Sani has a... Read More →
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Haydon Ryan

Advisory Solutions Architect, Pivotal
Member of the customer facing PCF Solutions team at Pivotal. Deeply involved in bringing Cloud Foundry to large corporate customers, specifically on AWS and Azure.
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Shaji Thomas

Team Lead - Senior Systems Engineer, Ford Motor Company
Shaji Thomas serves as Team Lead for Global PCF operations at Ford Motor Company. With 20 years on industry experience and serving Ford for 13 years Shaji has led the creation of two new Agile teams at Ford Motor Company, Global Cloud Operation and Pivotal Cloud Operations for Operational Support of Azure, Visualization, Big Data, Devops, and Internet of Things for supporting the Connected Vehicle initiative. In previous roles Shaji has led a... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 4:15pm - 4:45pm
Grand Ballroom B

4:15pm

Cloud Foundry in the Community - Moderated by Stormy Peters; Kim Bannerman, IBM; Mark Carlson, ECS Team; Daniel Krook, IBM; Paula Kennedy, Pivotal & Bridget Kromhout, Pivotal
Cloud Foundry is more than an open source platform; it’s a growing community! In the past two years, our community has grown by leaps and bounds as a result of very passionate and dedicated people as well as crucial community tools like GitHub, IRC, Slack, and Twitter. These meetups foster a collaborative, inclusive environment focused on new releases, best practices, and how customers are using Cloud Foundry. Come meet Cloud Foundry organizer for Seattle and Atlanta Kim Bannerman of IBM, Denver organizer Mark Carlson of ECS Team, London organizer Paula Kennedy of Cloud Credo/Pivotal, and New York organizer Daniel Krook of IBM along with frequent speaker and community leader Bridget Kromhout of Pivotal. Moderated by Stormy Peters, VP of Evangelism for Cloud Foundry Foundation.

The panel will discuss lessons learned, what 2016 looks like for the Cloud Foundry community, and how they have managed to grow and nurture this vibrant community. Learn best practices and tips and tricks for starting meetups in your area and retaining your devoted Cloud Foundry followers.

Moderators
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Stormy Peters

Cloud Foundry Foundation

Speakers
avatar for Kim Bannerman

Kim Bannerman

Director, Technical Advocacy - Office of the CTO, IBM
Kim Bannerman leads the Technical Advocacy & Community team inside the Office of the CTO at IBM Blue Box. Kim has over a decade of experience in the tech industry working with enterprise customers. Prior to joining Blue Box, she was the Director of Evangelism Programs inside the ISV Partner Ecosystem at CenturyLink Cloud. | | Kim is passionate about open source and the open source community. She co-founded the Atlanta Hadoop Users Group in... Read More →
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Mark Carlson

ECS Team, CTO
Mark Carlson is the CTO for ECS Team, a regional systems integrator providing cloud platform implementation and cloud-native development services in North America. Mr. Carlson is fascinated by the behavior or large enterprises as they attempt to radically improve their ability to deliver innovative solutions in a cadence that matches the needs of the business. Mark began his career with a "Big 4" consulting firm then pursued a series of... Read More →
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Paula Kennedy

Director, Business Operations, Pivotal
Paula joined Pivotal in 2015 as Director of Business Operations, EMEA Services and is focused on working together with clients to drive innovation, disruption and transformation. She was previously Chief Operating Officer and cofounder of CloudCredo and has worked in the IT industry for over 15 years. Paula is passionate about community, diversity and inclusion, and has a range of speaking experience, including Cloud Foundry Summits in Santa... Read More →
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Bridget Kromhout

Bridget Kromhout is a Principal Technologist for Cloud Foundry at Pivotal. Her CS degree emphasis was in theory, but she now deals with the concrete (if ‘cloud’ can be considered tangible). After years in site reliability operations (most recently at DramaFever), she traded in oncall for more travel. A frequent speaker at tech conferences, she helps organize the AWS and devops meetups at home in Minneapolis, serves on the program... Read More →
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Daniel Krook

Senior Software Engineer, IBM
Daniel Krook works with customers and the community to create first of a kind cloud solutions based on the OpenStack, Cloud Foundry, Docker, and OpenWhisk open source projects. Most recently he has been building bots and IoT prototypes backed by serverless, event-driven cloud architectures. He often speaks about cloud technologies at conferences and frequently organizes meetups in New York City.


Tuesday May 24, 2016 4:15pm - 4:45pm
Grand Ballroom EF

4:15pm

4:15pm

Container Networking in Cloud Foundry - Matthew Sykes, IBM & Gabriel Rosenhouse, Pivotal
Modern applications consist of small, highly interconnected, independently scalable units of deployment that are often referred to as “microservices.” When you deploy these services on Cloud Foundry today, they are forced to communicate via routes that are advertised to the external routing tier. Not only does this force all services to be exposed to external clients, it adds significant latency to the interactions between services. 

What if instead of exposing routes to all of your services, you could define the network topology that’s right for your application? How about defining an isolation policy to prevent unauthorized access? What about enabling secure access to existing networks? 

The Cloud Foundry Container Networking project hopes to make these things a reality. Come learn about where we are today, where we’re going, and how you can help us get there. 

Speakers
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Gabriel Rosenhouse

Software Engineer, Pivotal
Gabe is a software engineer at the Pivotal office in Santa Monica, California. He is currently working on the Cloud Foundry Container Networking team.
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Matthew Sykes

STSM, IBM
Matthew is an senior technical staff member in IBM's open cloud technology group. He has been involved with Cloud Foundry since 2013 as part of the elastic runtime and Diego teams. He is currently working on the Cloud Foundry container networking project to enable flexible, efficient, and secure communications between containers and legacy networks. Prior to his work on Cloud Foundry, he worked on IBM application servers and middleware.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 4:15pm - 4:45pm
Grand Ballroom CD

4:15pm

BoF: Cloud Foundry for the Industrial IoT - Steve Winkler & Jayson DeLancey, GE Digital
Take an opportunity to join the requirements conversation yourself.  Steve Winkler, Principal Architect for Predix and Jayson DeLancey, Developer Evangelist, will lead a Birds of the Feather style discussion around Industrial IoT requirements.  Opening up the conversations from the Industrial IoT SIG to the wider community, we’ll be discussing a range of topics important for the Cloud Foundry roadmap to support Industrial Internet of Things use cases.  This will include discussions on concepts like digital twin, resource allocation requirements for hardware (e.g. tying workloads to specific processor architectures, like GPU, for machine learning), enhanced security, and operational concerns (e.g high-availability, failover, multi-region support, etc.).

Speakers
avatar for Jayson DeLancey

Jayson DeLancey

Developer Evangelist, GE Digital
Jayson works in GE Digital's Predix Developer Relations team to promote adoption of the Predix platform for Industrial IoT application developers. He brings 15+ years of experience as a polyglot developer across industries as diverse as robotics, cloud computing, computer animation, and digital publishing.
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Steve Winkler

Principal Architect, GE Digital
Steve Winkler is an industry veteran with 20+ years of software experience.  His current role is Principal Architect in the Predix Platform leadership team where he is responsible for GE’s open technology strategy, which means he works with product owners to determine the most effective way to engage open source and open standards communities.  He represents GE in the Cloud Foundry Strategic Advisory Board and the Open Data Platform... Read More →


Tuesday May 24, 2016 4:15pm - 5:30pm
Grand Ballroom A

4:55pm

4:55pm

Hybrid Cloud in Finance - John Wetherill, BNY Mellon (moderator), David Lewis, BNY Mellon, and Asif Alam, Thomson Reuters, Janga Aliminati, Visa

Every major global financial institution is encountering the cloud, and each is adopting it in their own way. Some are diving in the deep end, moving all software delivery to public cloud like AWS or Azure. Others choose to keep everything on premise. Others are taking a "wait and see" approach, while still others are combining the best of both public and private clouds, adopting a hybrid strategy. 

This technical panel discussion features thought leaders from several major global finance corporations. It will explore the role of hybrid cloud in global enterprise software delivery. The  panelists will present their unique experienced viewpoints on the pros and cons of hybrid cloud, the reasons they have, or have not moved to hybrid, and the challenges they're facing in whatever cloud adoption strategy they've chosen, whether public, private, or hybrid.  This promises to be an invigorating, charged, and possibly somewhat controversial debate. 


Speakers
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Asif Alam

Global Business Director - Technology Sector, Thomson Reuters Corporate
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Janga Aliminati

Chief Architect – Cloud, Visa
Janga R. Aliminati is a Passionate technology leader who possess strategic aptitude, entrepreneurial leadership, hands-on deep domain expertise, exceptional organizational talent with extreme customer focus. Over 20 plus years of his career, Janga has excelled in several high profile project/architectural advisory roles for global corporations and consistently delivered marketable offerings with measurable results. Currently Janga is the Chief... Read More →
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David Lewis

Director Architecture and Platform Services, BNY Mellon
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John Wetherill

BNY Mellon, Principal Architect
John Wetherill, Principal Architect at BNY Mellon's Innovation Center in Palo Alto, spent much of his career designing and building software at a handful of startups, at Sun Microsystems, NeXT Inc., and in the smart grid and energy space. His biggest passion is for tools, languages, processes, and systems that improve developer productivity and quality of life. | | John has spent the last four years immersed in Cloud Foundry, and continues to... Read More →


Tuesday May 24, 2016 4:55pm - 5:25pm
Grand Ballroom B

4:55pm

Dockerizing BOSH Releases-Fissile - Vlad Iovanov & Aaron Lefkowitz, HPE
Fissile is a tool that allows developers to convert BOSH releases into Docker images as part of a build pipeline. 

Because BOSH releases are precisely structured, we are able to craft Docker images that contain jobs and packages, similar to what you get after BOSH provisions you a VM. The difference is that with Fissile, this process happens in as part of your build (not at deployment time), and there are no Agents involved. The result - you get to deploy Cloud Foundry as Docker images and configure them via environment variables. 

Fissile is written in Go. It provides a CLI that takes you each step of the process: package compilation, job configuration, Docker layer management and final image creation. It has multi-release support, so you can create Docker images with components from more than one release. 

Speakers
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Vlad Iovanov

Technical Lead, HPE
Vlad Iovanov is currently working as a Technical Lead on the Helion Cloud Foundry project at Hewlett Packard enterprise. Located in Seattle, USA.
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Aaron Lefkowitz

Engineering Manager, HPE
Aaron Lefkowitz is currently working as an Engineering Manager on the Helion Cloud Foundry project at Hewlett Packard enterprise. Located in Seattle, USA.



Tuesday May 24, 2016 4:55pm - 5:25pm
Grand Ballroom GH

4:55pm

On-Demand Service Provisioning with BOSH 2.0 - Alex Ley & Craig Furman, Pivotal
Alex & Craig have been busy building what they are calling “On-Demand Services”, leveraging new features arriving in BOSH 2.0. For the first time, app developers will have the ability to deploy dedicated resources by simply running `cf create-service`. For example, app developers could create a dedicated RabbitMQ cluster or a customised Redis instance for their application. 

You will be taken behind the scenes, showing how an app developer’s CF CLI request will trigger a service broker to create a new BOSH deployment which results in freshly created virtual machines. 

Finally, they will discuss and demonstrate what challenges on-demand services bring to operating the Cloud Foundry platform and exciting new user experiences that we could start to offer. 

Speakers
avatar for Craig Furman

Craig Furman

Software Engineer, Pivotal
Craig Furman is a software engineer at Pivotal in London. He currently builds data services for Cloud Foundry and has contributed to Cloud Foundry services brokers for Redis, Cassandra and Neo4J. He primarily writes code in Go, Java, Ruby and the occasional shell script.
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Alex Ley

Product Manager, Pivotal
Alex Ley works on the Cloud Foundry platform at Pivotal as a Product Manager. He is primarily focused on bringing data services to the Pivotal Cloud Foundry platform such as Redis, RabbitMQ and Cassandra. Alex has a passion for Cloud Foundry and the way we build software. Previously Alex has given talks at "muCon - The Microservices Conference 2015", "Continuous Lifecycle Conference 2016" , "London PaaS Meetup 2015", "Pivotal Open Lunch & Learn... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 4:55pm - 5:25pm
Grand Ballroom CD

4:55pm

Chaos Heidi vs. Orchard: Self-Disruption and Healing in a Cloud Foundry-Based Service Environment - Diego Zamboni, Swisscom & Bill Chapman, Stark & Wayne
Cloud Foundry has built-in health management and self-healing capabilities. But when delivering a Cloud Foundry-based service, it is not sufficient to monitor and heal the Cloud Foundry components, since the end-to-end functionality of the service also depends on the state of the entire infrastructure surrounding and supporting Cloud Foundry. This includes the hardware, virtualization and networking platforms on which it runs, the CF Services available, the user interface, and even the billing systems. 

To this effect, at Swisscom we have built an overarching Health Management platform called Orchard, which not only monitors and notifies about failures in our Application Cloud platform, but has the ability to trigger automated responses to heal those failures automatically. To challenge Orchard’s abilities, we have also developed Chaos Heidi, a self-disruption platform that allows us to cause failure scenarios of different types. 

In this talk we will describe Orchard and Chaos Heidi, including their motivation and architecture, their current implementations, and our challenges and ideas for the future. 

Speakers
avatar for Bill Chapman

Bill Chapman

Cloud Architect, Stark and Wayne
Bill is a Cloud Architect at Stark & Wayne and for the last two years he has been helping Swisscom in their efforts to build management and monitoring tools that support their Cloud Foundry deployments. Before coming to Stark & Wayne Bill spent several years as a consultant, and development manager helping businesses scale both their software stacks and their engineering teams.
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Diego Zamboni

Cloud Architect, Swisscom
Diego Zamboni is a computer scientist, consultant, author, programmer and sysadmin who works as a Cloud Architect at Swisscom, where he is building monitoring and self-healing capabilities into Swisscom’s Cloud Infrastructure. He has more than 20 years of experience in system administration and security, and has worked in both the applied and theoretical sides of the computer science field. He holds a Ph.D. from Purdue University, has worked as... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 4:55pm - 5:25pm
Grand Ballroom EF

4:55pm

5:35pm

Keynote: Black Hole Blues and Other Songs from Outer Space - Janna Levin, Professor of Physics & Astronomy at Columbia University
Black holes are dark. That’s their essence. That’s the defining feature that earned them a name. They are dark against a dark sky. They are a shadow against a bright sky. A telescope has never found one unadorned. Bare black holes – those too solitary to tear down sufficient debris – in their obliterating darkness are practically impossible to observe, but not entirely impossible. I will describe the aspiration to detect black holes (and other cataclysmic events) that culminated in the discovery of the century: The first human-procured recordings of a gravitational-wave sound from the collision of two black holes 1.3 billion years ago.

Speakers
avatar for Janna Levin

Janna Levin

Professor of Physics & Astronomy, Barnard College, Columbia University
Janna Levin is a professor of physics and astronomy at Barnard College of Columbia University. She has contributed to an understanding of black holes, the cosmology of extra dimensions, and gravitational waves in the shape of spacetime. Janna is also director of sciences at Pioneer Works, a center for the arts and for the sciences in Brooklyn. Her previous books include How the Universe Got Its Spots and a novel, A Madman... Read More →


Tuesday May 24, 2016 5:35pm - 5:55pm
Keynotes - Hall A

5:55pm

Keynote: Cloud Native Transformation - The Journey Begins Here! - Ken Owens, CTO of Cloud Infrastructure Services, Cisco

Developers are driving the market for cloud consumption and leading each industry into the new era of software defined disruption. There are no longer questions about elastic and flexible agile development as the way to innovate and reduce time to market for businesses. However, current cloud solutions do not enable application development platforms natively or provide the ability to create applications that are cloud native with elastic services. In addition, businesses are moving to application development architectures leveraging microservices, which are becoming more strategic to their business strategy. When making the decision to build and operate an application in a cloud platform, microservices become central to your application architecture and strategy.  

This presentation will describe the Cloud Foundry contributions that address current devops challenges, the data platform that is required to support the business analytics, and the build, deploy, and run, including application monitoring and advanced user plane network enhancements.

The overall architecture of the combined contributions will be described with a customer use case.


Speakers
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Ken Owens

CTO Cloud Engineering, Cisco
Ken Owens is Chief Technology Officer, Cloud Infrastructure Services at Cisco. Ken is responsible for creating and communicating technical/scientific vision and strategy for Cloud Infrastructure Services (CIS) business. He brings a compelling view of technology trends in enterprise IT (e.g., infrastructure, computing, SaaS, virtualization, and cloud) and evangelizes the technology roadmap for the business. Before joining Cisco in 2014, Ken... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 5:55pm - 6:15pm
Keynotes - Hall A

6:15pm

Keynote: Dell's Internal Transformation Based on Cloud Foundry - Cody Taylor, Director, Software Engineering & Barton George, Senior Technologist in the office of CTO, Dell
Join us for a fireside chat with Director of Software Engineering, Cody Taylor, and Sr. Technologist, Office of CTO, Barton George of Dell, as well as VP Industry Strategy at Cloud Foundry Foundation, Abby Kearns. In this chat we will hear how Dell IT has begun leveraging Cloud Foundry to better support the business, the transformation that Dell is undertaking internally, and how they are using this opportunity to better understand the needs of their customers that are undergoing a similar journey.

Speakers
avatar for Barton George

Barton George

Sr Technologist, office of the CTO, Dell
Barton is a Senior Technologist in the office of CTO, focusing on Dell’s efforts in the DevOps space as well as the open source community. He is also the founder and lead of Project Sputnik, an Ubuntu-based laptop for developers, now in its fifth generation. Besides working with developers, customers, analysts and press he is a regular blogger. | | Prior to Dell Barton spent 13 years at Sun Microsystems in a variety of roles from... Read More →
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Cody Taylor

Director Software Engineering, Dell
Cody has 20 years of IT experience and is now a Software Engineer Director at Dell.  He joined the company in 2002 in the software development and test arena and has been involved in all functions of the application delivery process ever since.  He is currently responsible for delivering solutions that enable the organization to be more agile with the ability to continuously deliver benefits to the Dell business and customers. ... Read More →



Tuesday May 24, 2016 6:15pm - 6:30pm
Keynotes - Hall A

6:35pm

VIP Reception

Cloud Foundry Summit speakers, as well as sponsors and invited guests in attendance are invited to join Cloud Foundry for a thank you reception on Tuesday evening. Appetizers + drinks will be provided.

Please note that an RSVP is required for this event. If you are a speaker or sponsor, and you have not yet received access to the RSVP form, please contact us at events@cloudfoundry.org.


Tuesday May 24, 2016 6:35pm - 8:30pm
Hyatt Terrace Courtyard
 
Wednesday, May 25
 

7:30am

New Stack Breakfast & Podcast
Come join The New Stack for a short stack at the Cloud Foundry Summit pancake breakfast and podcast. Have some pancakes and join a lively discussion about the new world of application development and management in a multi-cloud world.  Here's out line up: Abby Kearns, Cloud Foundry; Brian Swanson, Dataskill; and Chris Ferris, IBM. 

Everyone is welcome but please note that space is limited. Please arrive early to secure your seat.


Speakers
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Chris Ferris

IBM
Christopher Ferris is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and CTO Open Technology in the IBM Cloud organization. He has been involved in the architecture, design, and engineering of distributed systems for most of his 36+ year career in IT and has been actively engaged in open standards and open source development since 1999. He has overall technical responsibility for all of IBM's strategic open technology initiatives, including OpenStack, Cloud... Read More →
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Abby Kearns

VP Industry Strategy, Cloud Foundry Foundation
A 18-year technology veteran with a career that has spanned product marketing, product management, and consulting at a mix of Fortune 500 and startup companies. Abby was most recently in the Product Management team at Pivotal, focusing on Pivotal Cloud Foundry. Before that Abby led a Product Management and Product Marketing team at Verizon that focused on cloud services.
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Brian Swanson

Vice President Cognitive Services, Dataskill
Brian Swanson leads DataSkill’s global services for cognitive computing and content analytics. He is responsible for driving customer success through implementations, pilots, proof of concepts and workshops. Brian has over 20 years of experience in enterprise software and services. His recent engagements include directing product development of a health insurance Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solution, an IBM Watson enabled interface... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 7:30am - 8:45am
Grand Ballroom A

8:00am

Breakfast
Wednesday May 25, 2016 8:00am - 9:00am
Lobby

8:00am

Registration
Wednesday May 25, 2016 8:00am - 5:00pm
Lobby

9:00am

Keynote: Delivering Simpler, Clearer, Faster Government Services with Cloud Foundry - Lindsay Holmwood, Head of Development, Australian Government Digital Transformation Office
Nobody interacts with government because they want to - they interact with government because they have to, and most people come away from online interactions feeling more confused than when they started.

That's why the Digital Transformation Office was created in 2015 – to change the way Australian governments deliver services, by relentlessly focusing all delivery activities on user needs, and modernising technical delivery methods.

Cloud Foundry is at the core of this technical modernisation, with the DTO providing a Cloud Foundry-based delivery platform to government for building new services. Every team gets a CD pipeline, centralised monitoring and logging, and an app runtime – driving a culture change through tools.

In this talk we'll learn about the problems with the traditional approach to digital service delivery in government, what opportunities Cloud Foundry creates for architecting the delivery of user-focused services, and how Cloud Foundry enables the DTO to help government deliver simpler, clearer, faster public services.

Speakers
avatar for Lindsay Holmwood

Lindsay Holmwood

Head of Development, Australian Government Digital Transformation Office
Lindsay Holmwood is a engineering manager living in the Australian Blue Mountains. Lindsay works at the Australian Government’s Digital Transformation Office, building clearer, simpler, and faster public services . A long-time contributor to the open source and DevOps communities, he authored cucumber-nagios, Visage, and Flapjack, and has run the Sydney DevOps meetup the past six years.Lindsay speaks internationally about both the cultural... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 9:00am - 9:20am
Keynotes - Hall A

9:20am

Keynote: Enterprise DevOps: Balancing Innovation Velocity with Business Requirements - Brian Gallagher, President, Cloud Management Division, EMC
The emerging model of DevOps in IT is accelerating digital business transformation around the globe. This model is very different than the traditional application development model that has been the cornerstone of IT for decades. New innovations in software can now be delivered with greater velocity, lower cost, better quality and increased customer adoption. However, balancing the governance, risk and compliance requirements of the business remain challenging with this new model. In fact, many of the attributes of ‘dev’ and ‘ops’ are diametrically opposed. This session will focus on aspects of DevOps that enable the balance of innovation velocity with business GRC requirements. This will include a deeper look and comparison of the new application lifecycle, the business lifecycle, developer frameworks, Platform as a Service (specifically Cloud Foundry) and Infrastructure as a Service alternatives. 

Speakers
avatar for Brian Gallagher

Brian Gallagher

EMC - Dell EMC
Brian Gallagher is President of the Cloud Management Division for EMC  | Corporation. With revenues of $23.2 billion in 2013 and 60,000 people  | worldwide, EMC is a global leader in enabling businesses and service  | providers to transform their operations and deliver IT as a service.  | Fundamental to this transformation is cloud computing. Through innovative  | products and services, EMC accelerates the journey to... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 9:20am - 9:40am
Keynotes - Hall A

9:40am

Lightning Talk: Blending Rapid Community Innovations with Stable Enterprise Qualities - Sanjay Patil, SAP
Bringing the benefits of cutting edge community innovations without compromising the enterprise-grade qualities is an interesting balancing act. In this lightning talk, you will get a quick peek into the experiences of SAP, the largest provider of applications, in utilizing the Cloud Foundry technology in enterprise settings and the corresponding contributions SAP is making to Cloud Foundry projects.

Speakers
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Sanjay Patil

SAP
Sanjay Patil is a Chief Product Expert at SAP. As a member of SAP HANA Cloud Platform Product Management team, he is primarily focused on leveraging Cloud Foundry and other open technologies in SAP solutions. He has played an active role in the formation of Cloud Foundry Foundation and also served as a Director on its Board.


Wednesday May 25, 2016 9:40am - 9:45am
Keynotes - Hall A

9:45am

Lightning Talk: Pivotal-VMware Cloud-Native Stack - Mark Peek, VMware, Inc.
Does your organization want to spend more time and resources on innovating and driving customer value and less time getting an application ready to run in production?  Attend this talk and learn how Pivotal and VMware are working together to create a unified cloud-native  solution that will accelerate initial deployment and post-installation efforts.

Speakers
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Mark Peek

Principal Engineer, Cloud-Native Application, VMware
Mark is Vice President, Principal Engineer of Cloud Native Applications at VMware.  Mark came to VMware from recent startups 21, where he ran software development, Bracket Computing, where he developed their cloud infrastructure, and IronPort, where he was VP, Chief Engineer.  Areas of focus include cloud, virtualization, devops, development automation, and appliance form factors. Mark is a member of the Cloud Foundry Technical... Read More →



Wednesday May 25, 2016 9:45am - 9:50am
Keynotes - Hall A

9:50am

Break
Wednesday May 25, 2016 9:50am - 10:15am
Lobby

10:15am

The Future is Easy, Naming Things is Hard - Derek Collison, Apcera
Cloud Foundry alumnus Derek Collison takes the community back in time to reflect on the humble beginnings of project B29 and the thriving ecosystem Cloud Foundry created. Derek fast-forwards to modern day where technologies are trending to three main categories: infrastructure provisioning, artifact to workload and workload orchestration. Together, these technologies will create a cloud native, hardware-agnostic compute fabric to future-proof and scale enterprise applications.

Speakers
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Derek Collison

Founder and CEO, Apcera Inc.
Derek Collison is founder and CEO of Apcera. An industry veteran and pioneer in large-scale distributed systems and enterprise computing, Derek has held executive positions at VMware, Google and TIBCO Software. | | As CTO and chief architect of cloud application platforms at VMware, he co-founded the cloud computing group and designed and architected Cloud Foundry, the industry’s first open PaaS. During his time at Google, he co-founded... Read More →



Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:15am - 10:45am
Grand Ballroom GH

10:15am

BoF: To Be Scheduled
Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:15am - 10:45am
The Foundry - Octavia Butler Lounge

10:15am

Breaking the CF-Release Monolith - Alvaro Perez-Shirley & David Sabeti, Pivotal
Breaking the cf-release Monolith ( Alvaro Perez-Shirley and David Sabeti, Pivotal)

The release integration team, with the help of many other teams, is breaking the monolith that is cf-release. This enables faster iteration on independent components, increased testability, and reusability while also bringing hidden dependencies into the foreground.

This involves re-thinking the way CI for cf-release is done, how the structure of cf-release was changed, and how manifests are generated for cf-release. The changes that are happening are making it easier for contributors to quickly and efficiently iterate on their contributions while reducing the risk of blocking or breaking the integration of the separate components of cf-release.

As a result of these changes releases are happening more quickly. This enables consumers to frequently upgrade and gain all the benefits of new features, security patches, and smaller release sizes thanks to component reuse, and release composability.

Many challenges were encountered during this process. Hear about how these were tackled, why the decision was made to break the release into independent components, and how it’s being done.

Speakers
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Alvaro Perez-Shirley

Pivotal
CF Release Engineering
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David Sabeti

Pivotal
David works at Pivotal, where he's currently part of the open-source Release Integration team on CF.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:15am - 10:45am
Grand Ballroom CD

10:15am

Spinnaker - Land of a 1000 Builds - Greg Turnquist, Pivotal
How do big shops like Netflix make it possible to deploy hundreds if not thousands of releases every single day? FInd out with a tour through the Spring-Boot based system known as Spinnaker. Spinnaker is the open source continuous deployment tool that supports multiple clouds, multiple languages, and multiple providers. Learn about its pipeline-based, notification-empowered way to execute simple and complex deployment processes with ease while keeping you in control.

Speakers
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Greg Turnquist

Pivotal
Greg is a test-bitten script junky, Spring Pro and JavaScript Padawan. He is a member of the Spring team at Pivotal. He works on Spring Data REST, Spring Boot and other Spring projects, while also working as an editor-at-large of Spring's Getting Started guides. He launched the Nashville JUG in 2010. He "Learning Spring Boot" and has been a Spring fan for years.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:15am - 10:45am
Grand Ballroom EF

10:15am

10:15am

A Journey to the Center of the Cloud Foundry - Alex Ley & Ed King, Pivotal
Come join us for a journey to the center of the Cloud Foundry!

Ever wondered what happens once you hit return on a `cf push`? What is a Diego? Does Loggregator bite? Are CAPI’s really as cute as they look?

Alex & Ed will take you on a whistlestop tour of the major components and workflows in Cloud Foundry in this exciting adventure.

Buckle up for this low budget production!

Speakers
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Ed King

Software Engineer, Pivotal
Ed has been working with Cloud Foundry and BOSH for several years now. He is currently working at Pivotal as an engineer on the Garden team. At last year's Cloud Foundry Summit, Ed presented "Cloud Foundry Logging & Metrics", a companion talk to a well-received series of blog posts he wrote under the same name. He has also co-delivered the BOSH training course at events in the past.
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Alex Ley

Product Manager, Pivotal
Alex Ley works on the Cloud Foundry platform at Pivotal as a Product Manager. He is primarily focused on bringing data services to the Pivotal Cloud Foundry platform such as Redis, RabbitMQ and Cassandra. Alex has a passion for Cloud Foundry and the way we build software. Previously Alex has given talks at "muCon - The Microservices Conference 2015", "Continuous Lifecycle Conference 2016" , "London PaaS Meetup 2015", "Pivotal Open Lunch & Learn... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:15am - 10:45am
Grand Ballroom B

10:15am

BoF: Securing a Cloud Foundry Deployment - Alan F. Moran, David Brock, and Luke Rabczak, Allstate
Allstate is a company that puts extreme value in the trust that is given by their customers. This means taking all measures available to ensure that all customer information is protected. In addition, being in the insurance industry puts them under a significant amount of regulatory compliance requirements. 

Living into a software development transformation, Allstate has become more agile and able to deliver to their customers quickly. They created a platform architecture that allows developers to easily build and deploy Internet facing apps without compromising enterprise security standards. 

In this session, Allstate will discuss how they used data classification, Cloud Foundry’s immutable and ephemeral infrastructure, network segmentation, and automation to build infrastructure satisfying the enterprise data privacy standards. 

Speakers
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David Brock

Engineer, Allstate
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Alan Moran

Alan Moran is a Cloud Foundry Architect working with Compozed at Allstate. Coming from a Ruby background, he has extensive experience in software engineering. Over the past four years, Alan has been providing CF consultancy services to enterprises across the United States and the UK. He has also delivered multiple CF and BOSH trainings (mostly hands on) for operators and engineers, including several trainings that took place during the last two... Read More →
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Luke Rabczak

Allstate
Lukasz Rabczak is a cloud platform engineer with the CompoZed Platform Engineering team at Allstate. He is always looking for the next big challenge and is currently focusing on an enterprise deployment of cloud foundry and developing operations tools for devops. In the past he has enabled large scale virtualization environments within financial institutions.


Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:15am - 11:55am
Grand Ballroom A

10:55am

BoF: To Be Scheduled
Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:55am - 11:25am
The Foundry - Octavia Butler Lounge

10:55am

Scaling a Distributed Container Management System: Diego Performance - James Myers & Luan dos Santos. Pivotal
As a distributed container management system, it is important that Diego not only runs containers, but it does so in a quick and timely manner. In small deployments with manageable work loads, it is easy for us to guarantee that Diego adheres to these performance requirements. However, as both the scale of the deployment and the amount of containers increases, it has become increasingly challenging for us to validate that Diego maintains its performance characteristics.

This talk will dive into the steps that we took to design, perform, evaluate, and improve performance testing that has given us confidence in Diego as a backend to Cloud Foundry. Topics will include: how the Diego team designed performance experiments and testing suites given product requirements, how we evaluate a performant Diego environment, results that led to various performance changes in the system, and lastly how the Diego team is continuing to build out infrastructure to validate Diego’s performance at a larger scale on a more regular basis.

Speakers
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James Myers

Software Engineer, Pivotal
James Myers is a software engineer for Pivotal Software and a core contributor to the Cloud Foundry project. James is currently the anchor of the Diego team and has worked on Cloud Foundry for two years. He has presented previously at the 2015 and 2016 North American CF Summits.
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Luan Santos

Software Engineer, Pivotal
Luan Santos is a Pivotal developer and core contributor to the Cloud Foundry platform. He is a member of the Diego team, located in San Francisco, CA. He also spoke at the CF Summit 2015 in Santa Clara, CA about the Cloud Foundry API.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:55am - 11:25am
Grand Ballroom CD

10:55am

Using CF Route Services to Publish, Secure and Monitor APIs - Carlos Eberhart and Ed Anuff, Apigee, Lothar Schubert and Kevin Yang, GE, & Richard Seroter, Pivotal
The new Route Services in Cloud Foundry 1.7 make it possible to for developers to do any sort of transformation or processing to requests before they reach an application. This new capability was designed with APIs in mind, and makes it easy to add security, authentication, and caching to requests. The Apigee team will walk through their experiences in building one of the first Service Brokers to leverage route services and will discuss how to build and deploy a full-featured API management platform as a route service and illustrate the use of Swagger/Open API to create a range of features such as quota enforcement, spike arrests and content caching. We'll also discuss the performance issues and provide some thoughts on how to best work around them. As part of the session, a case study of GE Predix using Cloud Foundry with Apigee will be presented.

Speakers
EA

Ed Anuff

Apigee
CE

Carlos Eberhardt

Carlos fell in love with the internet in the early 90s and spent the next 20 years following it around like a puppy. You may remember him from such roles as Robot Code Wrangler for a manufacturing services company, Front-End Web Developer for a pre-bubble dot-com, Mobile App Gunslinger for an engineering consulting firm, or Enterprise Architect for a Fortune 50 retailer. His love finally requited, he now spends his days helping companies large... Read More →
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Lothar Schubert

Developer Relations, GE Digital
Industrial Internet, IoT, Predix, Developer Evangelism.
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Richard Seroter

Senior Director of Product, Pivotal
Richard Seroter is a Senior Director of Product for Pivotal, a 9-time Microsoft MVP for cloud/integration, an instructor for developer-centric training company Pluralsight, the lead InfoQ.com editor for cloud computing, and author of multiple books on application integration strategies. As a Senior Director of Product at Pivotal, Richard works with customers and partners to realize the full value of the Pivotal platform and transform the way they... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:55am - 11:25am
Grand Ballroom GH

10:55am

Will it Run on *My* OpenStack? – Building an Executable Validation Testsuite for CPIs - Beyhan Veli, SAP SE & Cornelius Schumacher, SUSE Linux
There is not *one OpenStack*, there are plenty. Installations differ by version, by set of enabled projects, and by configuration. Validating that Bosh can be used on a specific installation is a tedious and error-prone manual task. The fact that the teams using Bosh are not the ones responsible for setting up and running OpenStack doesn’t help either.
The Bosh OpenStack CPI team is building an executable validation test suite that gives non Bosh-experts a tool to find out if an OpenStack installation is ready to run Bosh, or which changes need to be done.

The testsuite is based on the generic lifecycle contract between Bosh and the external CPI. It can also become useful for all authors of additional CPIs. They can plugin their CPI implementation and configuration to test against a different IaaS than OpenStack instead of writing their own lifecycle testsuite.

In this talk, we show how the testsuite can be used to validate an OpenStack installation and how authors of other CPIs could use the testsuite to avoid building their own generic lifecycle tests. Furthermore, we show how IaaS specific tests can be added to account for differences between the IaaS and CPI implementations.

Speakers
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Cornelius Schumacher

SUSE Linux
Cornelius works as engineering manager in the cloud and systems management department at SUSE Linux, which is working on projects such as OpenStack, Docker, and a variety of systems management tools. Cornelius is driving SUSE's technical involvement with Cloud Foundry, in particular the work on the BOSH OpenStack Cloud Provider Interface. He is a long time contributor to many open source projects for more than a decade, such as KDE, openSUSE, the... Read More →
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Beyhan Veli

Software Engineer, SAP SE
Beyhan works as software engineer at SAP SE. His current involvement is on the BOSH OpenStack Cloud Provider Interface project. He successfully used Eclipse technologies in many customer projects and has contributed to many Eclipse projects.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:55am - 11:25am
Grand Ballroom EF

10:55am

Cloud Foundry in Production - Tim Leong & Neville George, Comcast
Over the course of the last year, Comcast has matured its Cloud Foundry platform from proof-of-concept to production ready. The platform currently supports some of our most critical applications while also being an incubator for more innovation. Transitioning to a new platform is never easy and we have had to win over skeptics with operational excellence. Join us to hear about how we:

· Monitor and Alert on Cloud Foundry KPIs
· Certify the resilience of Cloud Foundry
· Manage and Maintain Cloud Foundry

Speakers
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Neville George

Cloud Engineer, Comcast
Neville George is a Cloud Engineer at Comcast. He plays a key role in promoting, managing and supporting PaaS initiatives within the company. He has a passion for automation and more recently open-source tools so doesn't have to pay "full-price for fabulous". When he needs a break from his warm chair, you will find him at a ping pong table or flinging bags into a cornhole board - though neither contributing to his biceps.
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Tim Leong

Principal Architect, Comcast Cable
Cloud Engineer at Comcast. Currently working on supporting and operating Pivotal Cloud Foundry and many other Cloud initiatives at Comcast. Last year, I spoke at the CF summit about our journey towards production. This year, we are running production workloads, and the platform is successful under our watch.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 10:55am - 11:25am
Grand Ballroom B

10:55am

11:35am

BoF: To Be Scheduled
Wednesday May 25, 2016 11:35am - 12:05pm
The Foundry - Octavia Butler Lounge

11:35am

Launching the Next Generation Satellite Ground System on Cloud Foundry and Microservices – One Year Later - Michael Weirzbinski, DigitalGlobe; Mike Waters, DigitalGlobe; & Steve Wall, ECS Team
Last year at Cloud Foundry Summit, DigitalGlobe presented its rationale, plans, and early experience in the use of Cloud Foundry as the basis of its next generation Ground System. It’s now a year later, and we are in the midst of realizing that vision – culminating in a launch of DigitalGlobe’s latest satellite, WorldView-4, later this year.

This presentation describes the discoveries that we’ve made in scaling up a major development effort running on top of Cloud Foundry. It includes discussion of our current environment as well as how we have overcome both technical and cultural challenges along the way. Finally, we’ll include a discussion of the how our view of Cloud Foundry, microservices, and related infrastructure have evolved over the last year.

Speakers
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Steve Wall

Director of Solutions Architecture, ECSTeam
Steve Wall works is a Director of Solutions Architecture for ECS Team. Digital Globe is building out a new Enterprise platform with Cloud Foundry as a key component. Steve's role has been to assist the Enterprise Architecture with product selection, initial microservice exploration, followed by the build out of the automated pipeline and now helping to on board the Digital Globe community as a whole to the platform. Recent speaking engagements... Read More →
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Mike Waters

Enterprise Architect, DigitalGlobe
Mike Waters works for DigitalGlobe as an Enterprise Architect/Software Architect. He is the lead Software Architect on DigitalGlobe's next generation Ground System. Mike has led DigitalGlobe's efforts to adopt microservices architecture and is the lead designer in planning the evolution of DigitalGlobe to adopt this new paradigm. Prior to working at DigitalGlobe he worked in the 9-1-1 Industry developing software and architectures for 9-1-1... Read More →
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Michael Weirzbinski

Mike Wierzbinski is DigitalGlobe's Enterprise Cloud Architect, focusing on Enterprise adoption and migration to Cloud technologies. Throughout his career, Mike has focused on geospatial technologies and architectures that promote the use of geospatial information as an enterprise resource. Mike is currently embedded in the Architecture team designing DigitalGlobe's next-generation Ground System. Mike has presented at multiple conferences, and... Read More →



Wednesday May 25, 2016 11:35am - 12:05pm
Grand Ballroom B

11:35am

Beyond CF Push - Managing Large Microservice Applications like a BOSH - Christof Marti, ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Cloud Foundry makes it exceptionally simple to deploy and manage applications with simple commands like 'cf push'. However, what if your application grows in complexity, the number of deployed components explodes and it becomes difficult to keep an overview of the required services and bindings? Many organisations are facing these challenges sooner or later. So did dorma+kaba Group, one of the world’s leading providers of security and access solutions, while developing their new internet based Access-as-a-Service solution - Exivo. The development team had to manage more than 60 applications using 30+ services running in multiple environments. Deployment scripts and CI-Server configurations where getting to complex, inflexible and slow. This lead to the decision to develop a more flexible, reliable and faster deployment tool. Together with members of the ZHAW School of Engineering Init Cloud Computing Lab (ICCLab) the "Cloud Foundry Deployment Toolkit" was designed and implemented.

Leveraging the successful concepts of BOSH to manage applications on-top of Cloud Foundry by separating the application structure from the deployment configuration, it facilitates dynamic deployment of complex applications to multiple runtime environments with minimal effort. By comparing the actual with the desired state, the framework provides workflows to automatically detect the minimal required changes to update an application to a new release with zero downtime. The support for individual workflows allows more complex scenarios, including for example migrations of versioned data stores.

The framework helped dorma+kaba to streamline the deployment workflow and cut deployment times by more than a factor of two.

Speakers
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Christof Marti

Senior Lecturer / Researcher, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW)
Christof Marti is Senior Lecturer (Docent) at Zurich University of Applied Sciences. He teaches in the areas of Software Engineering, Distributed Systems, Networking, Operating System Technologies, ICT Infrastructure and Cloud-Computing. He is technical lead of the Platform as a Service (PaaS) research domain within the Init Cloud Computing Lab (ICCLab, http://blog.zhaw.ch/icclab). In this role he is working since several years with PaaS... Read More →



Wednesday May 25, 2016 11:35am - 12:05pm
Grand Ballroom EF

11:35am

Air Marshal: No More Secrets In Your Manifests - Michael Brodhead, Stark & Wayne
In real-world use our BOSH and Concourse manifests are littered with secrets: passwords, AWS credentials, SSH keys, you name it. Dealing with these secrets is a pain in the neck. If we check secrets into source control then there are myriad ways to accidentally leak them. Without source control distribution becomes a hassle and we still have some risk of leaking. Ideally we would like to keep production secrets off staff workstations altogether.

Enter Air Marshal. Air Marshal acts as a proxy between staff workstations and BOSH or Concourse. Manifests checked into source control have placeholders wherever secrets are necessary. Air Marshal reads secrets from a secure back-end, adding them to manifests where needed.

Speakers
MB

Michael Brodhead

Stark & Wayne, LLC
Michael Brodhead, mkb to his pals, works for Stark & Wayne, a consultancy based in Palo Alto, CA. Mkb has worked for financial giants, tiny startups, and everything in between. At Stark & Wayne he helps clients secure and automate large-scale cloud deployments.


Wednesday May 25, 2016 11:35am - 12:05pm
Grand Ballroom GH

11:35am

11:35am

Monitoring Cloud Foundry: Learning about the Firehose - Dustin Ruehle & Tom Collings, ECS Team
Distributed and massively scalable systems are difficult to design, implement, and operate. Further, microservice architectures are supposed to enable your business to be disruptive and innovative. Cloud Foundry provides that solution for modern, cloud native architectures and accelerates the ability to transform operational and development practices. The aggregated logging subsystem of Cloud Foundry, the Loggregator, is a key component of this transformation. And within the Loggregator, the firehose is where log and metric data is consumed. This talk will walk through how to consume the firehose and dive into the anatomy of the various firehose message types. Several use cases and lessons learned monitoring the platform versus an application will be covered to further demonstrate how Cloud Foundry can facilitate innovation.

Speakers
TC

Tom Collings

ECSTeam
Tom Collings has more than twenty years of software implementation experience, ranging from the simplest of utilities to enterprise-wide systems serving millions of customers. His current focus is delivering cloud-native solutions to his clients, and he is a Certified Practitioner of Pivotal Cloud Foundry. He has degrees in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and in Computer Science from the University of... Read More →
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Dustin Ruehle

ECS Team
Dustin Ruehle has over 19 years of software development, integration and architecture expertise. For over eight years at ECS Team, he has architected, implemented and supported large-scale web application and service oriented environments for enterprise-wide systems. He also serves as a technical subject matter expert on modern architectures and is a Certified Practitioner of Pivotal Cloud Foundry. He has spoken at Cloud Foundry meetups in... Read More →



Wednesday May 25, 2016 11:35am - 12:05pm
Grand Ballroom CD

12:05pm

Lunch
Wednesday May 25, 2016 12:05pm - 1:30pm
The Foundry - Hall B

1:30pm

How Microsoft and Pivotal Partnered to Deliver Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Azure to Run Ford Pass - Jason De Lorme and John Sirmon, Microsoft, & Haydon Ryan, Pivotal
Come hear how Microsoft and Pivotal worked together in rapid iteration on the bleeding edge to deliver Pivotal Cloud Foundry for Ford.  Engineers directly involved in the project will share insights and learnings about subtle IaaS differences that led to improvements in the CPI, storage, network optimizations and shared understandings of where BOSH and the IaaS play.  This will be an open forum with Microsoft and Pivotal to answer questions.

Speakers
JD

Jason De Lorme

Partner Business Evangelist, Microsoft
Jason helps create and grow partnerships with a handful of strategic software companies for Microsoft's Azure cloud platform, including managing Microsoft's partnership with Pivotal.
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Haydon Ryan

Advisory Solutions Architect, Pivotal
Member of the customer facing PCF Solutions team at Pivotal. Deeply involved in bringing Cloud Foundry to large corporate customers, specifically on AWS and Azure.


Wednesday May 25, 2016 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Grand Ballroom GH

1:30pm

1:30pm

Daimler's Disruptive Product Development Evolution - Manuel Birke, Daimler
In 2015 Daimler recognized the need for a modern and agile evolution of their product development process to maintain responsiveness to market needs. Yet inciting process change at a storied organization like Daimler required a modification not just to the technology platform, but also to the organizational best practices that support product development. Discover more about the experience Daimler had in bringing MercedesMe to market, accommodating the needs of an experienced, multidisciplinary project team distributed all over the globe, while never sacrificing the product quality and consumer experience that they are known for.

Speakers
MB

Manuel Birke

Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America, Inc.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Grand Ballroom B

1:30pm

Navigating the Cloud Foundry Ecosystem of Ecosystems: An ISV Perspective - Ivan Dwyer, Iron.io
Even Neil Degrasse Tyson would be impressed with how quickly and effectively the Cloud Foundry community has evolved into a fully organic ecosystem of ecosystems. This is because forward thinking organizations are putting a stake in the ground that Cloud Foundry will be the foundation for all future software development and deployment. In this multi-cloud platform-centric world, where do the ISVs fit?

As a relatively new member of the Cloud Foundry Foundation, Iron.io has first hand experience how to communicate, collaborate, and contribute with the members of the community to extend the platform where applicable and satisfy customer needs when requested. They key is knowing what you bring to the table, and doing it the cloud native way.

In this session, Ivan Dwyer from Iron.io will share a few anecdotes from their experiences working with Cloud Foundry community partners across integration engineering, co-marketing, and joint sales efforts – what’s worked, what hasn’t, and what’s coming next.

Speakers
avatar for Ivan Dwyer

Ivan Dwyer

Head of Business Development, Iron.io
Ivan Dwyer is the head of business development at Iron.io, collaborating with partners across the entire cloud technology and developer services ecosystem to form strategic and technical alliances that benefit the modern Enterprise.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Grand Ballroom EF

1:30pm

Diego Runtime Overview - Eric Malm, Pivotal
Have you heard about Diego for a while now, but wonder what it means to you as an application developer or operator? Have you experienced the magic of pushing an application to Cloud Foundry and want to know what makes it all possible behind the scenes?

Over the past year, the Diego container runtime has made tremendous strides, reaching feature parity with the existing DEA runtime, making its deployments easily upgradable, and scaling to manage larger and larger container workloads. In this talk, the project lead for the Diego team will review the components of the Diego system, how they interact with each other, and how they integrate with existing Cloud Foundry deployments to allow a straightforward transition to the new runtime. We will also discuss how the Diego runtime enables many powerful new platform features, such as CF Tasks, TCP routing, and SSH access to containers, and preview other upcoming features that CF teams are actively working on and exploring today.

After watching this talk you’ll be ready to upgrade to Diego with confidence and take advantage of the many improvements it brings to Cloud Foundry.

Speakers
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Eric Malm

Pivotal Software
Eric works at Pivotal Software as the Product Manager for the CF Runtime Diego team, and prior to that was a software engineer on the Diego team and on the CF Runtime team. He also holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Stanford University.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Grand Ballroom CD

1:30pm

2:10pm

CLI Plugin to Enhance Your Cloud - Simon Leung & Jonathan Berkhahn, IBM
Cloud Foundry is fully featured, however, there are moments when we wish it had come with those 1 or 2 extra features; could be features to make administrator’s life a little easier, or it could be tools to utilize environment specific features. CLI (Command Line Interface) plugin is among one of the easiest ways for providers to customize Cloud Foundry. Come learn about how the plugin framework available as part of the Cloud Foundry Command Line Interface can be used to provide new features to end users quickly and easily, with real life examples of how it helps operators and end users. See how plugins leverage the portability and distribution architecture of the CF CLI to deliver features to users easily regardless of architecture or operating system. You too can utilize plugins to provide new functionality and interact with infrastructure built around and on top of Cloud Foundry.

Speakers
JB

Jonathan Berkhahn

Software Engineer, IBM
Jonathan Berkhahn is an IBM software engineer that has been a Cloud Foundry core contributor for over 2 years. His work includes improvements to the CF CLI such as the CLI plugin interface and the V3 Cloud Controller API. He also works as an agile evangelist within IBM, driving use of new technologies and programming methodologies. He currently works on the Runtime_OG team at the new CF Dojo in RTP, supporting the legacy runtime components of... Read More →
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Simon Leung

IBM
Simon is one of the early Dojo program participant and has been working on varies Cloud Foundry projects for almost 3 years. Currently he is in CAPI team help pushing Cloud Controller features forward.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 2:10pm - 2:40pm
Grand Ballroom GH

2:10pm

Auto-Scaling, Watch My Instances Grow and Shrink - Michael Fraenkel & Bo Yang, IBM
Applications may face the dreaded unplanned increase of requests. Even knowing when such an event might occur, it is very difficult to estimate how far to scale without under- or over-committing resources. The auto-scaling service adjusts the number of application instances based on need. Come learn about what the auto-scaling service can do for you. Lets discuss what additional capabilities (application metrics, time-based, external events, etc) you need to scale up or down your application properly.

Speakers
MF

Michael Fraenkel

Distinguished Engineer, IBM
Michael Fraenkel is a Distinguished Engineer at IBM. He is the Product Manager for the Runtime OG team responsible for the DEA and HM9000, the Workload Isolation team, and the Application Autoscaler team.
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Bo Yang

IBM
Bo Yang is a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 2:10pm - 2:40pm
Grand Ballroom CD

2:10pm

Blockchain Essentials & Blockchain-as-a-Service on CloudFoundry - Gurvinder Ahluwalia & Gari Singh, IBM
Blockchain is a new pattern of distributed transaction systems with private or public immutable ledger properties arrived through decentralized consensus algorithms across peer nodes. Recent milestones have created the Hyperledger Project as an Open Source Blockchain and delivered Blockchain-as-a-Service for the first time on a CloudFoundry-based commercial cloud provider. The three broad applications of Blockchain are as a platform for exchange of tangible and intangible assets, as a trusted source of truth, and to run smart contracts. This session will explain Blockchain, its uses, and its relationship to the cloud world. The session will elaborate on four consensus technology approaches, other architecture considerations and practices important to your Blockchain-based visioning or projects. Blockchain business use cases in Financial Services, Internet of Things, Business Contracts, Supply Chain Management and Provenance will be outlined. The session will demo an application built using Blockchain-as-a-Service running on a CloudFoundry-based provider cloud.

Speakers
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Gurvinder Ahluwalia

CTO Cloud Technical Solutioning, IBM
Gurvinder Ahluwalia is the CTO for the Cloud Technical Solutioning unit at IBM covering NA and an early member of IBM's technical community working on Blockchain. In these duties, he covers CloudFoundry-based Bluemix ecosystem, hybrid cloud, and other services with the goal of weaving IBM, Open Source, and non-IBM capabilities into cohesive strategy and implementations for clients. Guri has taken $15M-150M dev programs for launch to internal... Read More →
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Gari Singh

Chief Architect - Cloud Integration, IBM
Gari Singh is an IBM Distinguished Engineer currently focused on Blockchain technology. He leads the architecture and implementation of the CloudFoundry based IBM Bluemix Blockchain offerings. Gari is a versatile technologist with over 20 years experience with all aspects of product delivery. He has held various roles spanning multiple technologies and industries. Prior to his current role, Gari was the chief architect for IBM's IoT Cloud... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 2:10pm - 2:40pm
Grand Ballroom EF

2:10pm

2:10pm

Changing the Development Culture at Comcast and Our Evolution from Legacy SOA to Cloud Native - Nicholas Beenham and Todd Migliore, Comcast
The Enterprise Service Platform at Comcast processes over 200 million transactions per day, spanning the sales, ordering, provisioning, activation, billing, and payment domains. Join us to learn about how we changed the culture within our development teams and leveraged tools such as Pivotal Cloud Foundry and concepts such as TDD, continuous delivery and dev ops to reduce cycle times from months to hours. We will also discuss our ongoing evolution from legacy SOA to cloud native Microservices. This session will offer real world insight into some common challenges enterprises face as they migrate to the cloud and discuss strategies to overcome said challenges. 

Speakers
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Nick Beenham

Comcast
Nick Beenham is a Senior Principal Engineer at Comcast. He works within the Application and Platform Services(APS) organization and has been with Comcast for nine years. He has had a variety of roles during his time at Comcast, beginning in operations and rotating through many of the departments within the organization. He has delivered talks internally at Comcast to his peers at internal conferences and working groups. He has worked on designing... Read More →
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Todd Migliore

Todd Migliore is a Senior Principal Architect at Comcast. He works within the Application and Platform Services (APS) organization and has been with Comcast for five years. His primary focus has been on defining the next generation architecture for the Enterprise Services Platform, which is built on top of Cloud Foundry. His background is in building distributed applications within the Enterprise Java space.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 2:10pm - 2:40pm
Grand Ballroom B

2:10pm

BoF: To Be Scheduled
Wednesday May 25, 2016 2:10pm - 11:30pm
The Foundry - Octavia Butler Lounge

2:50pm

Building an Interconnected Ecosystem - Discussion on the Container Network Interface (CNI) and the OCI projects - Craig Mcluckie, Google, Chris Aniszczyk, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, and Richard Kaufmann, Samsung

Collaboration is important to any successful open source project. Cloud Foundry works to foster an expansive ecosystem, as well as a collaborative approach to the development efforts both within the project, as well as with other projects. Ensuring that the platform is always taking advantage of innovative strides, including those made in other communities.

Come meet an amazing group of panelists that include the head of Product Management for Google, Craig Mcluckie, the Executive Director for Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Chris Aniszczyk, VP at Samsung, Richard Kaufmann, and CTO of Intercloud Solutions at Cisco, Ken Owens. The panel will be moderated by the CTO for Cloud Foundry Foundation, Chip Childers

The panel will discuss the efforts surround CNI (Container Networking Interface), and its importance to a platform, as well as the RunC specification that has come out of OCI (Open Container Initiative), and how that has changed the way we think about containers.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 2:50pm - 3:20pm
Grand Ballroom EF

2:50pm

2:50pm

Do More with Your Apps: Unleashing the Power of the Cloud Controller V3 API - Utako Ueda & Daniel Wendorf, Pivotal
Some of the biggest problems developers have had with the Cloud Controller API have traditionally revolved around lifecycle management of their apps. The lack of features like version rollbacks, zero downtime deployment, running one-off tasks, simplified database migration, and running multiple processes per application have frustrated many developers.

The CAPI team is working on making all this and more possible with V3 of the cloud controller API. The new application modelling provides much more flexibility and control over the workflows available to you for application deployment. Many of these features are already available as pre-release/experimental APIs on recent versions of Cloud Foundry.

Utako and Dan will explain how to take advantage of these (as well as some existing functionality you may not have seen before). This talk is targeted towards application developers at any experience level who would like to learn more about taking advantage of and building tooling using the Cloud Controller API V3. Attendees can expect a live demo showing real use cases for these features.

Speakers
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Utako Ueda

Cloud Foundry
Utako is a core contributor to the Cloud Controller API on the CF CAPI Team. She is a Pivotal CF software engineer with a background in physics. She is very excited about her escape from basement laboratories into the world of agile development and offices with windows.
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Dan Wendorf

Dan is a consultant at Pivotal Labs who has been working with and on Cloud Foundry in multiple capacities since 2013. He is a core contributor to the Cloud Controller API. | Utako and Dan previously presented on the Cloud Controller API at the 2016 North American CF Summit.


Wednesday May 25, 2016 2:50pm - 3:20pm
Grand Ballroom CD

2:50pm

Experience Report: Cloud Foundry Open Source Operations - Lucas Pinto and Steffen Zuber, anynines
Cloud Foundry and OpenStack are the biggest Open Source projects in their domain. As IaaS and PaaS walk hand in hand the idea of combining both worlds is close. anynines is running their public Cloud Foundry offering on top of OpenStack for more than three years with two years running on a self-hosted OpenStack setup. As head of public Paas operations Julian Weber has gained a lot of knowledge to share about setting up and operating Cloud Foundry installations. This presentation leads the audience through the journey of adopting the Cloud Foundry Open Source version and breeding it to a highly available and production ready Cloud Foundry setup. The listener is guided through the analysis of potential single points of failure in standard CF Open Source setups up to required changes in the Cloud Foundry OS release to reach our goal. As this talk is about Cloud Foundry operations we also need to talk about experiences with BOSH as a general purpose tool for software lifecycle management of big distributed systems and possible improvements to the BOSH tool set and workflows. The talk will enable advanced DevOps to dive deeper into the technical details of setting up production ready Cloud Foundry installations based on Cloud Foundry Open Source.

Speakers
avatar for Lucas Pinto

Lucas Pinto

Devops, anynines
Lucas has worked with Cloud Foundry and BOSH at anynines for over a year now where he brought his Ruby as well as his Rails knowledge to help the team building the anynines service framework.In the Ruby community he spent time organizing events such as the Rails Girls Summer of Code and conferences such as eurucamp and the JRubyConf.eu.He gave his first talk with his colleague Steffen Zuber about anynines experience building its own Open Source... Read More →
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Steffen Zuber

DevOp, anynines
Steffen works with Cloud Foundry and BOSH for three years at the anynines team. He is responsible for operating the public anynines platform as well developing additional solutions around Cloud Foundry. He is also part of the anynines service development team and takes care of the architecture meeting the customer requirements. He is involved in consulting and training projects regarding Cloud Foundry, BOSH and cloud ready app development... Read More →



Wednesday May 25, 2016 2:50pm - 3:20pm
Grand Ballroom GH

2:50pm

Running .Net Apps on Cloud Foundry: Windows vs. Core - Zach Brown, Pivotal & Rita Zhang, Microsoft
You’re an operator responsible for running tens or hundreds of .Net apps in production. Or maybe you're a developer who loves .Net. You’ve heard that Diego introduced support for running .Net apps on a Windows stack, but you also know that there’s a buildpack that supports .Net Core apps running on Linux. What is the best way to run your .Net apps on Cloud Foundry?

In this talk we’ll share our experience pushing and running a .Net application to a Diego cell running Windows 2012 r2, as well as pushing and running the same application on Linux using the community ASP.Net 5 buildpack.

Speakers
avatar for Zach Brown

Zach Brown

Strategic Product Owner, Pivotal Cloud Foundry, Pivotal Software
Zach Brown is a Strategic Product Owner at Pivotal. He works on Pivotal Cloud Foundry and Steel Toe, an open source project to make Netflix and Spring Cloud microservices projects like Eureka, Hystrix, and Config Server accessible to .NET clients.
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Rita Zhang

Open source engineer, Microsoft
Rita Zhang is an open source engineer/architect in San Francisco, working on strategic engagements with customers and partners using emerging open source technologies, and sharing technical collaterals with the open source community. Prior to that, she was an architect at GE delivering features for Industrial internet. During her spare time, she develops new smart home gadgets for her startup http://garagedoorbuddy.com.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 2:50pm - 3:20pm
Grand Ballroom B

2:50pm

3:20pm

Break
Wednesday May 25, 2016 3:20pm - 3:50pm
Lobby

3:50pm

3:50pm

Cloud Foundry and ODPi Working Towards Enabling Cloud-Native, Data-Driven Applications - Roman Shaposhnik, Pivotal and Richard Pelavin, Reactor8 Inc.
While Cloud Foundry Foundation drives global awareness, adoption and development of the de-facto open source, industry standard platform for cloud applications, ODPi is an open source foundation focusing on promoting and advancing the state of Apache Hadoop® and Big Data technologies for the enterprise. We believe that working together these two major open source efforts could accelerate the arrival of true cloud-native, data-driven applications for the enterprise. 

In this talk we will describe how BOSH is shaping up to be a universal cloud abstraction layer allowing any ODPi certified product to achieve cloud portability and thus replacing a plethora of ad-hoc and single vendor tools. We will talk about how ODPi hopes to champion stateful use cases for BOSH allowing any data base-live service to benefit from CFF technology. Finally, we will spend time exploring options around standardizing data services and service brokers enabling application developers to start focusing on the holy grail of not only cloud-native, but cloud-native AND data-driven applications. 

Speakers
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Richard Pelavin

Richard is a Co-Founder and CTO of Reactor 8, the company developing The DevOps Toolkit (DTK). DTK is a framework for Infrastructure and Application Developers working together to deliver Services to their perspective users/customers. The framework was born out of 3+ years of consulting/services work in the area of automation, application/service architecture and deployment, with a particular focus on distributed Services and related tooling... Read More →
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Roman Shaposhnik

Director of Open Source, Pivotal Inc.
Roman Shaposhnik is a Director of Open Source at Pivotal Inc. He is a committer on Apache Hadoop, co-creator of Apache Bigtop and contributor to various other Hadoop ecosystem projects. He is also an ASF member and a former Chair of Apache Incubator. In his copious free time he managed to co-author "Practical Graph Analytics with Apache Giraph" and he also posts to twitter as @rhatr. Roman has been involved in Open Source software for more than a... Read More →



Wednesday May 25, 2016 3:50pm - 4:20pm
Grand Ballroom EF

3:50pm

Using the Theory of Constraints to Prioritize Applications for Migration to Cloud Foundry - Mark Carlson, ECS Team
Cloud Foundry has enjoyed a tremendous adoption rate by Fortune 500 enterprises and large government agencies at both the state and federal level. Large organizations are turning to Cloud Foundry's agile infrastructure to help remove the friction of deploying and operation applications in both public and private clouds.

Most of these large firms start their cloud-native journey with small or moderately sized pilot applications. Once these have enabled the "pioneers" within the organization to share their success, the attention turns to the large, sometimes massive, portfolios of existing applications.
The challenge common to all of these large organization is to devise a strategy for selecting applications to migrate to the newly implemented cloud-native platform.

In this talk, you will learn about an approach to analyzing an existing application portfolio using the theory of constraints in addition to the more common criteria of size, technical fit and business function. By identifying the "innovation bottlenecks" within your organization, it is possible to select the set of applications (and development teams) to migrate to your newly implemented cloud-native application platform for maximum business impact.

The talk will share some of the lessons learned from application migration projects within large enterprises like yours that can be used to avoid dangers encountered by others. It will also include some tips and practices shared by successful travelers ahead of you on the road to cloud-native.

Attendees will learn about three phases of cloud-native application migration, how the constraint theory can supplement other more common selection criteria and how to jump start your organizations application migration.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Carlson

Mark Carlson

ECS Team, CTO
Mark Carlson is the CTO for ECS Team, a regional systems integrator providing cloud platform implementation and cloud-native development services in North America. Mr. Carlson is fascinated by the behavior or large enterprises as they attempt to radically improve their ability to deliver innovative solutions in a cadence that matches the needs of the business. Mark began his career with a "Big 4" consulting firm then pursued a series of... Read More →



Wednesday May 25, 2016 3:50pm - 4:20pm
Grand Ballroom B

3:50pm

From Fix to Final Release: Continuous Integration and Testing for Diego - Jen Spinney, Hewlett Packard Enterprise & Andrew Edgar, IBM
When the Diego team publishes a new release of Diego, it needs to be solid. When operators know they can trust the latest releases, they are more likely to update regularly and stay current with the latest features and security patches.

Thus, the Diego team works hard to ensure the quality of each release they publish. At the same time, the steps involved in creating a final release must be quick and easy. A critical aspect of agile software development is being able to turn out new features and security fixes rapidly.

In this talk, Jen and Andrew from Diego discuss the battery of tests Diego code is run through along with the design of the team’s continuous integration pipeline. They will discuss the testing strategies and tools used at different verification scopes (unit, component, cross-component, etc.) and spend some extra time discussing the test suites specific to Diego, such as the upgradability suite and the BBS benchmarking suite. Attendees will learn how they can apply these techniques to their own projects and feel more confident in the software they release.

Speakers
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Andrew Edgar

Senior Software Developer, IBM Canada
Andrew has over 24 years of experience in the Software Development industry. He joined IBM 12 years ago and has worked in several senior positions in the Tivoli and Cloud development teams. He is currently working as Senior Software Developer on the Bluemix Development team and is a core contributor on the Diego project in Cloud Foundry. He has presented at many IBM customer conferences in the past and regularly talks with customers on Cloud... Read More →
avatar for Jen Spinney

Jen Spinney

Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Jen Spinney is a software engineer at HP Enterprise, where she works as a core contributor on the CF Diego team. Prior to HPE, she worked at Microsoft on the OData team where she developed a passion for open source and cross-company software development. She pairs remotely from the HPE office in Seattle, WA.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 3:50pm - 4:20pm
Grand Ballroom CD

3:50pm

Running Apache Usergrid Open Source BaaS on Cloud Foundry - Jeff West & Michael Russo, Apigee Corporation
Apache Usergrid makes it possible for deliver data to mobile apps at over 50,000 requests per second while providing a flexible data model and graph database API. Now, running Usergrid on Cloud Foundry is easier than ever, with a slick Service Broker integration. Come hear how the Usergrid team architected the solution using Cassandra and ElasticSearch to enable this powerful open-source platform. We will discuss all aspects of the architecture as well as important design decisions made during the development process. As part of the session, a case study of T-Mobile using Cloud Foundry with Apigee and Apache Usergrid will be presented.

Speakers
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Michael Russo

Michael Russo is a lead engineer at Apigee currently focused on Persistence, including the Apache Usergrid project. He is an Apache committer and serves on the Apache Usergrid Project Management Committee. Michael brings a wealth of experience helping Apigee's customers achieve their goals along the Digital Transformation journey. He has delivered innovative API solutions across many industries, providing technical leadership for Apigee and... Read More →
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Jeff West

Jeff West brings together a breadth of product development experience spanning 16 years of software engineering at multiple startups, large-scale systems integration at Accenture and product management at Oracle & Apigee. Jeff leads development for Persistence and Platform Integration at Apigee. Jeff manages Apigee's contributions to the Apache Usergrid project, is an Apache committer and serves on the Apache Usergrid PMC. Jeff has delivered... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 3:50pm - 4:20pm
Grand Ballroom GH

3:50pm

4:30pm

4:30pm

CF-Abacus: Introduction to the Standard Metering and Aggregation Engine for Cloud Foundry - Jean-Sebastien Delfino, IBM & Hristo Iliev, SAP
As Cloud Foundry (CF) matures into the dominant Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) the focus of development has been shifting towards re-engineering components for scale and stability as well as increasingly towards adding components that allows it to be used in commercial environments.

CF-Abacus is a metering and aggregation engine extracted from IBM's Bluemix. It enables the aggregation and metering (flexible pricing) of various usage data (service, apps, and buildpacks) so that the resulting output can be presented to end users and used for subsequent billing. For instance, a user with a few apps connected to several services can see the cost breakdown for each app, each service, over time and get projection of their costs as well.

In this talk we will cover briefly how CF-Abacus came into fruition, we will describe its micro-services architecture, detail where it is going, and how you can use it into your own (private or public) CF environments.

Speakers
avatar for Jean-Sebastien Delfino

Jean-Sebastien Delfino

Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM
Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM | Architect for IBM Bluemix Cloud services, account and subscription management, usage metering and rating, payments, and analytics. | Working on the Cloud Foundry Abacus project.
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Hristo Iliev

Architect, SAP
Hristo Iliev has been a professional developer for over 16 years. He works at SAP, providing NetWeaver (SAP`s Java EE platform) with core and provisioning infrastructure, including core modularization, deployment, class loading, configuration, thread and cache management. He also worked on Eclipse Virgo - application server, designed to run enterprise Java applications. In the last 5 years he is actively contributing and integrating cutting... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Grand Ballroom CD

4:30pm

Is My App Still Up? Monitoring Your Cloud Native Application - Johannes Tuchscherer, Pivotal
With the introduction of the Cloud Native application, we are seeing a paradigm shift on how an application is developed and deployed. But development and deployment are just two phases of the application lifecycle. Equally important is the next phase in which the operator has to monitor the application to keep it up and running 24/7.

In this talk, Johannes Tuchscherer is going to explore how the idea of Application Performance Management has to adopt from its classical roots to keep up with Cloud Native applications. He is going to explain what KPIs are important for an application that is running on Cloud Foundry and how to actually get those numbers from the platform.

Speakers
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Johannes Tuchscherer

Pivotal
Johannes is currently working as a Software Engineer for Cloud Foundry in Denver and is part of the team that works on Logging and Metrics for Cloud Foundry. Before that, he spent a year in Germany as a developer advocate ]spreading the word about Cloud Foundry all over Europe.



Wednesday May 25, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Grand Ballroom GH

4:30pm

Swift Workshop - Anton McConville, IBM
Many of us are gracefully transitioning to Swift on the client, but now we can develop with Swift in the cloud too! Native iOS developers can become full stack engineers - in much the same way Front End JavaScript developers could with Node.js.

In this session we introduce Swift programming with Cloud Foundry. We load some open data, and surface it in a browser, exploring the syntax, opportunities and quirks of the Swift language. Leave the workshop with an understanding of how to do it yourself, and think about the possibilities of using Swift full stack within your projects.


Wednesday May 25, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Grand Ballroom EF

4:30pm

4:30pm

Getting Started with Concourse CI - Nic Williams, Stark & Wayne
Nearly all Cloud Foundry projects have independently chosen to use http://concourse.ci/ as their build & pipelining tool. At Stark & Wayne we run over two dozen pipelines for our OSS and customer projects. For the last year, we have maintained the most popular tutorial https://github.com/starkandwayne/concourse-tutorial for people learning to use Concourse for the first time or learning some new advanced feature. For the first time, we're offering a workshop to getting started and getting proficient with our favourite CI system.

Workshop schedule:

* 01 - Hello World task
* 02 - Task inputs
* 03 - Task scripts
* 04 - Basic pipeline
* 05 - Tasks extracted into Resources
* 06 - View job output in terminal
* 07 - Trigger jobs with the Concourse API
* 08 - Triggering jobs with resources
* 09 - Destroying pipelines
* 10 - Using resource inputs in job tasks
* 11 - Passing task outputs to another task
* 12 - Publishing outputs
* 13 - Actual pipeline - passing resources between jobs

Speakers
avatar for Dr Nic Williams

Dr Nic Williams

CEO, Stark & Wayne
Dr Nic Williams has been working with, contributing to, documenting and teaching Cloud Foundry and BOSH since April 2012. He is perhaps the most prolific contributor across all open source code bases associated with Cloud Foundry & BOSH, and is one of the most active participants in community events, CAB calls and forums. He is the CEO of Stark & Wayne, the premier consultancy for enterprise Cloud Foundry.


Wednesday May 25, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Grand Ballroom B

5:10pm

Keynote: Brain 2.0 - Ramez Naam, Computer Scientist, Author & Angel Investor
Science is making surprisingly fast progress at interfacing electronics with the human brain, allowing men and women to send sights, sounds, touch in and out of their minds, to computers, and perhaps to each other.  Ramez Naam, award-winning author of Nexus novels, gives a whirlwind tour of the frontier of the ultimate Human Computer Interface, and how it will change all of us.

Speakers
avatar for Ramez Naam

Ramez Naam

Speaker
Ramez Naam is a computer scientist, author, and angel investor. Ramez is the co-chair of the Energy and Environment program at Singularity University at NASA Ames. He’s also the award-winning author of five books, including the Nexus series of science fiction novels. Ramez’s books have won the H.G. Wells Award, the Prometheus Award, the Endeavour Awards, been listed as an NPR Best Book of the Year, and have been shortlisted for the... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 5:10pm - 5:30pm
Keynotes - Hall A

5:30pm

Fireside Chat - Paul Maritz, Executive Chairman of the Board, Pivotal and Sam Ramji, CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Paul Maritz

Paul Maritz

Pivotal
Pivotal Executive Chairman Paul Maritz formed Pivotal in 2013, having previously served as Chief Strategist of EMC and CEO of VMware. During his tenure at VMware, he led transformation of the company from a technology leader in virtualization to a category leader in cloud computing. Maritz remains a member of VMware’s board of directors. Prior to joining VMware, Maritz was President of the Cloud Infrastructure and Services Division at... Read More →
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Sam Ramji

CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
A 20 year veteran of the Silicon Valley and Seattle technology scenes, Sam Ramji brings a wealth of business, product and open source experience to the CEO role. He has led strategy for API powerhouse Apigee, designed and led Microsoft’s open source strategy and drove product strategy for BEA WebLogic Integration. He is the board secretary of Outercurve Foundation and a member of multiple industry advisory boards.


Wednesday May 25, 2016 5:30pm - 5:50pm
Keynotes - Hall A
 
Thursday, May 26
 

8:00am

9:00am

Welcome & Introduction - Sam Ramji, CEO, Cloud Foundry
Speakers
avatar for Sam Ramji

Sam Ramji

CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
A 20 year veteran of the Silicon Valley and Seattle technology scenes, Sam Ramji brings a wealth of business, product and open source experience to the CEO role. He has led strategy for API powerhouse Apigee, designed and led Microsoft’s open source strategy and drove product strategy for BEA WebLogic Integration. He is the board secretary of Outercurve Foundation and a member of multiple industry advisory boards.


Thursday May 26, 2016 9:00am - 9:10am
Grand Ballroom GH

9:15am

Keynote: Why I Love BOSH - Dr. Nic Williams, Stark & Wayne
Speakers
avatar for Dr Nic Williams

Dr Nic Williams

CEO, Stark & Wayne
Dr Nic Williams has been working with, contributing to, documenting and teaching Cloud Foundry and BOSH since April 2012. He is perhaps the most prolific contributor across all open source code bases associated with Cloud Foundry & BOSH, and is one of the most active participants in community events, CAB calls and forums. He is the CEO of Stark & Wayne, the premier consultancy for enterprise Cloud Foundry.


Thursday May 26, 2016 9:15am - 9:40am
Grand Ballroom GH

9:45am

10:15am

10:45am

Building Your First BOSH Release - Maria Shaldibina, Pivotal
Speakers
avatar for Maria Shaldibina

Maria Shaldibina

Software Engineer, Pivotal
Maria is a software engineer at Pivotal, currently anchoring the BOSH team at Pivotal. She started working on Cloud Foundry four years ago at VMware, since then she worked on different parts of Cloud Foundry, such as staging and running applications, and for the past two years she has been working on BOSH - infrastructure agnostic tool that is used by Cloud Foundry for release engineering and deployment automation.



Thursday May 26, 2016 10:45am - 11:15am
Grand Ballroom GH

11:20am

Lessons Learned Operating Cloud Foundry Using BOSH and SoftLayer - Dr. Max and Matt (Xue Xiang Cui), IBM
Speakers
avatar for Michael (aka dr.max) Maximilien

Michael (aka dr.max) Maximilien

Scientist, Architect, and Engineer, IBM
My name is Michael Maximilien, better known as max or dr.max, and I am a computer scientist with IBM. At IBM Research Triangle Park, I was a principal engineer for the worldwide industry point-of-sale standard: JavaPOS. At IBM Research, some highlights include pioneering research on semantic Web services, mashups, and cloud computing, and platform-as-a-service. I joined the IBM Cloud Labs in 2014 and work closely with Pivotal Inc., to help make... Read More →


Thursday May 26, 2016 11:20am - 11:50am
Grand Ballroom GH

11:55am

BOSH 2.0: The Evolution - Alexander Lomov, Altoros
Speakers
avatar for Alexander Lomov

Alexander Lomov

Alexander Lomov is a Cloud Foundry Engineer at Altoros. With extensive experience in Ruby, Go, and Python, he was involved in development of BOSH CPIs and other Cloud Foundry-related projects for Canonical, IBM, and other companies. Alexander is a frequent speaker at various events/meetups, mostly sharing his experience with Cloud Foundry. You may also know him as the author of several blog posts about BOSH internals. Recent speaking... Read More →



Thursday May 26, 2016 11:55am - 12:25pm
Grand Ballroom GH

12:30pm

1:30pm

How to Use Concourse to Deliver BOSH Releases - Amit Gupta, Pivotal
Speakers
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Amit Gupta

Pivotal
Amit left a graduate program in math at UC Berkeley to join Pivotal as a web developer. Soon after, he got a taste for distributed systems and joined Cloud Foundry as an engineer and worked on BOSH, Pivotal Ops Manager, and Diego. He is now Staff Product Manager for two Cloud Foundry teams: the Release Integration team which brings the work of the core teams together into cf-release, and the Infrastructure team which works on the Cloud Foundry... Read More →



Thursday May 26, 2016 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Grand Ballroom GH

2:05pm

Delivering a Production CF Environment Using BOSH - Julian Fischer, anynines
Speakers
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Julian Fischer

CEO, anynines
Julian Fischer is CEO of anynines. As an expert for digital transformation he has been attending hundreds of IT conferences and speaking at dozens including several Cloud Foundry events. His passion for Cloud Foundry was the motivation to found anynines, a startup entirely focused on cloud-native software development and operations. anynines has been the first Cloud Foundry based public PaaS and is entirely operated under German jurisdiction... Read More →


Thursday May 26, 2016 2:05pm - 2:35pm
Grand Ballroom GH

2:40pm

Panel Discussion - Jan von Loewenstein, SAP, Jeff Hobbs, HPE, Stormy Peters, Cloud Foundry, Dmitriy Kalinin, Pivotal, and Moderator Dr. Nic Williams, Stark & Wayne
Moderators
avatar for Dr Nic Williams

Dr Nic Williams

CEO, Stark & Wayne
Dr Nic Williams has been working with, contributing to, documenting and teaching Cloud Foundry and BOSH since April 2012. He is perhaps the most prolific contributor across all open source code bases associated with Cloud Foundry & BOSH, and is one of the most active participants in community events, CAB calls and forums. He is the CEO of Stark & Wayne, the premier consultancy for enterprise Cloud Foundry.

Speakers

Thursday May 26, 2016 2:40pm - 3:15pm
Grand Ballroom GH

3:15pm

3:45pm

3:50pm

3:55pm

Lightning Talk: Using BOSH from your smart phone
Speakers
avatar for Tushar Dadlani

Tushar Dadlani

Cloud Operations Engineer, Pivotal
I am a Cloud Operations engineer at Pivotal. I am interested in Operations - monitoring and alerting of Cloudfoundry



Thursday May 26, 2016 3:55pm - 4:00pm
Grand Ballroom GH

4:00pm

Lightning Talk: BOSH, Your Business & Why Multi-Cloud Matters
Speakers
avatar for Dan Young

Dan Young

CEO, EngineerBetter
Dan Young is CEO of the UK Cloud Foundry consultancy EngineerBetter, having worn a variety of hats over the last 15 years, spanning engineering, presales and product management. He’s been a Cloud Foundry enthusiast since 2012, long-term member of the London PaaS User Group meetup community and is also a Cloud Foundry Ambassador. His ongoing quest to understand and resolve organisational friction has led Dan to recognise PaaS as a helpful... Read More →



Thursday May 26, 2016 4:00pm - 4:05pm
Grand Ballroom GH

4:05pm

4:10pm

Lightning Talk: Look Ma, No Keys !!!
Speakers
avatar for Sean Keery

Sean Keery

Solutions Architect - Cloud Foundry, Pivotal
Sean Keery began hacking obscure video game systems at the age of 13. Sean then developed interpersonal skills while teaching snowboarding. Nowadays we've got Cloud Foundry, choreography, containers and plenty of io. Cluster deployments and IaaS independence occupy most days, while the daily commute is filled with podcasts and chipmunk bunny hops. Some family time, spicy food, a good book and hacking on the newest toy keep Sean busy at home.



Thursday May 26, 2016 4:10pm - 4:15pm
Grand Ballroom GH

4:15pm

4:25pm

Closing Remarks
Speakers
avatar for Colin Humphreys

Colin Humphreys

Pivot, Pivotal
Colin has more than fifteen years’ experience delivering working solutions and saving failing projects. He is passionate about Cloud Computing, DevOps, Continuous Delivery and PaaS. Colin delivers tooling to the Cloud Foundry community, is a regular speaker on PaaS-related topics, and is a member of Cloud Foundry's Technical Advisory Board.


Thursday May 26, 2016 4:25pm - 4:30pm
Grand Ballroom GH