Summer’s winding down and Cloud Foundry Summit Europe is less than four weeks away. Our team is working overtime to make it a huge success, and we can’t wait to see everyone at the World Forum in The Hague on September 11. If you haven’t registered, now is the time. And if you are a sponsor, please use your sponsor codes at registration.
Spotlight on Developers and Demos at Summit
We announced additional keynotes and activities at Summit, including keynotes from AirFrance-KLM, Liberty Mutual, VMware, SUSE and the UK Government Digital Service, as well as end user talks from Adfinis Sygroup, Cerner, Porsche AG, Rijkswaterstaat, Swisscom and ZipCar. Read the announcement and share with your communities.
Special Activities at Summit
Join me on Thursday at our Diversity Luncheon, sponsored by Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), which will feature a very special line-up of diverse speakers discussing a myriad of topics related to the ethics of technology.
We are continuing a new Summit tradition: Cloud Foundry’s second-ever Contributors Summit. This is a fantastic opportunity for open source contributors to help shape the future of the project and of our community development. Registration is required.
We also have a full line-up of specialized activities, including an Unconference, User Day, Hackathon, and the newly updated Certified Developer Exam.
Updates from the Foundation and the Cloud Foundry Projects
Want to know what the Foundation has been up to during the second quarter of 2019? Read our Q2 release notes to showcase the incredible work across Cloud Foundry’s project teams. Enjoy!
Cloud Foundry Transforms Every Kind of Company
Our latest user stories highlight the ways in which Cloud Foundry transforms companies from the inside, regardless of industry or geography. Kaiserwetter uses Cloud Foundry in its IoT strategy to help slow climate change, while Adfinis SyGroup delivers a unique “open” open source.
Continuing with Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes
The team at SUSE has built a framework called “EiriniX” to provide a common way to build Extensions around Eirini, using the Kubernetes API. Read the post to learn how to build and test a simple Extension for Eirini with EiriniX. Share with your development teams if relevant!
A Few Articles Worth Sharing
- TechTarget: Is a Cloud Foundry deployment right for you?
- Container Journal: Aqua Security Extends VMware Alliance
- SD Times: Moving to the Cloud
- The New Stack: Why Open Source Freedom Leads Technology Adoption In the Enterprise
- Silicon UK: Building Your Hybrid Cloud