Happy New Year!
We have closed our books for 2019. Find the full Annual Report online here.
I am thrilled to announce the election results for the 2020 Gold member representatives on the Cloud Foundry Foundation Board of Directors: Alan Flower of HCL and Stephan Massalt of Swisscom. Please join me in welcoming both of them back to the Board for 2020.
2020 Summits Announced in Austin and Dublin
I’m happy to announce Cloud Foundry Summits in North America and Europe are now co-located with the Linux Foundation’s Open Source Summits. Cloud Foundry NA Summit will take place on Thursday, June 25, 2020, in Austin, Texas and Cloud Foundry EU Summit will take place on Thursday, October 29, 2020, in Dublin, Ireland.
- You can register for Austin now, early bird special ending April 17th!
- Deadline to submit to the CFP is March 20, 2020. If you have questions, reach out to Devin Davis.
- Cloud Foundry Foundation is hosting the Cloud App Developer Experience track at Open Source Summit.Submit to the CFP by February 16, 2020.
- Our sponsorship prospectus is live! If you are interested in sponsoring either Summit, please reach out to Devin Davis or me with questions.
Cloud Foundry Days Around the World
In addition to Summits, the Foundation announced we will collaborate with members to co-host Cloud Foundry Days around the world. These events are pop-up mini Summits hosted by a Cloud Foundry Foundation member in strategic locations to bring the community face to face, provide cutting edge technical content and encourage curious developers to try Cloud Foundry for themselves. Members can download the Cloud Foundry Days Kit on the website.
A few articles worth sharing
- The New Stack: Why You Ignore Users at Your Own Peril
- The New Stack: How to Avoid Pit Stops on the Road to Continuous Delivery
- TechCrunch: Cloud Foundry’s Kubernetes bet with Project Eirini hits 1.0
- Computer World: Cloud computing predictions 2020
- ComputerWeekly: With friends like AWS, who needs an open source business?
- CIO Dive: What applications are moving to the cloud?