Here’s something you might want to add to your Cloud Foundry Summit schedule. Altoros is hosting a number of hands-on Cloud Foundry training sessions at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara on May 13th and 14th right after CF Summit. Pick your proficiency level and RSVP for each training separately at Eventbrite.
5/13, “Deploying an app to Cloud Foundry” (Beginner)
Dave Nielsen, a cloud computing evangelist and consultant, will start with an overview of the available CF services and programming languages. After that, he will proceed with a step-by-step tutorial on how to build a data-driven Web app for Cloud Foundry and deploy it to Pivotal Web Services. → RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/training-deploying-a-cloud-foundry-app-to-cloud-foundry-tickets-16525515261
5/13, “Deploying Cloud Foundry” (Beginner)
Dave Nielsen, a cloud computing evangelist and consultant, will demonstrate how to install BOSH CLI and deploy BOSH Lite. You will get an overview of CF components, see how they interact with each other, learn to create the CF manifest, and deploy a CF release. By the end of the day, you will be able to deploy an app to Cloud Foundry using the CF CLI. → RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/training-deploying-cloud-foundry-beginner-tickets-16525761999
5/13, “Deploying Cloud Foundry” (Advanced)
Alan Moran, Cloud Foundry Architect at Altoros, will show how to set up and deploy BOSH and install BOSH CLI. You will take a closer look at the CF architecture and components, and learn how they interact (app lifecycle, logging, user authentication, internal communications, etc.). Using the CF CLI, you will finally deploy an app to the Cloud Foundry PaaS. → RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/training-deploying-cloud-foundry-advanced-tickets-14780018433
5/14, “Cloud Foundry v3: Transition to Diego” (Advanced)
Alan Moran, Cloud Foundry Architect at Altoros, will introduce you to Diego (the new CF runtime), Lattice (a Cloud Foundry-based project for running containerized workloads on a cluster), and key algorithms of container management. He will demonstrate how to run Diego alongside with DEA, how to run Blue-Green deployments on both Diego and DEA, and how to deploy a Lattice cluster on AWS. → RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/training-deploying-cloud-foundry-advanced-tickets-14780018433
Register now, as the space is limited!