Cloud Foundry Summits are indispensable to our community because they (a) bring the right conversations into the foreground (b) provide the right session content and (c) offer a forum for valuable in-person discussions among peers. To bring these elements to fruition at Cloud Foundry Summit Boston, we sought nominations and held elections to find Summit track co-chairs that helped shape the content presented at breakout sessions. (Read more on what’s required from a co-chair.)
We will continue to follow this model for each Summit. For Cloud Foundry EU Summit in Basel, Switzerland this October 10-11, we asked the community to nominate folks to shape the breakout track content. We received an enormous number of nominations for each track and a huge turnout from voters to select the co-chairs.
Today, I am excited to share the following community members have been elected to Basel Summit track co-chairs:
- Core Projects
- Nicolas Regez, Swisscom
- Bernd Krannich, SAP
- Experiments & Extensions
- Dr. Max Maximilien, IBM
- Dr. Nic Williams, Stark & Wayne
- Use Cases
- Dormain Drewitz, Pivotal
- Mathis Kretz, Swisscom
- Operations & Security Track (sponsored by Pivotal)
- Christian Brinker, evoila
- Molly Crowther, Pivotal (sponsored co-chair)
- Ecosystem Track
- Johannes Hiemer, evoila
- Simon Moser, IBM
- Containers & Serverless Track (sponsored by SAP)
- Julz Friedman, IBM
- Sanjay Patil, SAP (sponsored co-chair)
We want to sincerely thank the Cloud Foundry community for nominating and electing your peers to help make session content at the Cloud Foundry Basel Summit the best we’ve ever had.
Don’t forget: the deadline to submit your speaking proposals is a couple of days away! Please submit your CFP by Friday, June 8, 11:59 PM PST.