Hope you are all staying safe in this unprecedented era. Please read below to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding Cloud Foundry Foundation events.
Statement from Cloud Foundry Foundation on COVID-19
Cloud Foundry Foundation recognizes the global emergency caused by COVID-19 impacts all of us. Now is the time for our community to show up and support one another as much as possible. Please read our full statement here and don’t hesitate to reach out with questions, concerns or suggestions of support.
Cloud Foundry Summit North America
Cloud Foundry NA Summit is currently scheduled to take place as planned on June 25th in Austin, TX. We are continuously monitoring the COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus) situation. If it is determined that we cannot move forward with the event due to government restrictions and/or a continued concern for the welfare of our attendees, we will update this page with the details.
- If you are interested in sponsoring Summit, please reach out to Devin Davis. We can’t do it without you!
- Submit to the CFP by the new extended date, April 3, 2020.
- You can register for Austin now! The early bird price ends on April 17th.
CFF-Forum Slack Channel and AMA
The Foundation will be going live April 9th from 8:00 – 10:00am PT on #cff-forum, the new public channel on Cloud Foundry Slack. It will be a great way for the entire community to ask questions related to the Cloud Foundry ecosystem, including projects, events, and Foundation news.
New Feature: Bi-weekly Round-Up
More updates on various happenings in the Cloud Foundry ecosystem with a bi-weekly post on our blog. Read here to find out who’s hiring, community news, releases, recordings of community meetings, and other ecosystem updates.
A few articles worth sharing
- The New Stack: How Cloud Foundry Has Felt the Kubernetes Effect
- Protocol: The cybersecurity risks businesses aren’t taking seriously enough
- ZDNet: SAS embraces cloud, will its customers follow?
- ZDNet: Linux and open-source conferences: List of what’s canceled or going virtual