Cloud Foundry Day – London England, Nov 29th

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Cloud Foundry Day: London, UK

Come join us for a “Cloud Foundry Day”, a free educational conference and networking event with talks by Cloud Foundry community members, industry leaders, and Cloud Foundry Developers.

Hosted by Dr. Julian Friedman, IBM Open Source Development Lead, code contributor and a leader in the Cloud Foundry community, and joined by renown speakers in the Cloud Foundry community.

Enjoy some great topics, good conversations, food and beer!

Register today



  • Date: November 29th | 5:30PM – 8:30PM
  • Venue: London IBM Client Centre
  • Fees: Free! Register Now
  • Registration: 5:00PM – 5:30PM
  • Agenda: 5:30PM – 8:00PM
  • Networking Event: 8:00PM – 8:30PM (Food & Beer)


  • Keynote – Dr Julian Friedman, IBM Open Source Development Lead, IBM
  • Anthropic Sympathy – How Cloud Foundry & Continuous Delivery, Daniel Jones, CTO, Engineer Better
  • Stranger Danger – Addressing Vulnerable CF Application Dependencies, Guy Podjarny, Founder & CEO, Snyk
  • Create, deploy, scale and monitor cloud native Node.js – Chris Bailey, Runtimes Architect, IBM
  • Special Topics: IBM Cloud Garage – Cloud Foundry – Dominic Harries, London Cloud Garage, IBM
  • Cloud Foundry Panel Discussion – Dr Julian Friedman, Daniel Jones (CTO, Engineer Better), Guy Podjarny (Founder & CEO, Snyk)

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Please come and join the London and beyond Cloud Foundry and related technologies communities!

Register today

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