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This is all about the importance of the Cloud Foundry survey and what we learn about our customers. But most check out the prizes you can win for taking this important survey.

IBM actively engages developers, architects, and engineers in the open source community through foundations and initiatives, including the compute offering IBM Cloud Foundry. As a Platinum Member of the Cloud Foundry Foundation, IBM regularly sponsors the annual Cloud Foundry Summit, with a host of IBM-contributed keynotes, sessions, tracks, and latest information about Cloud Foundry.

Developers use Cloud Foundry across every stage of the application development life-cycle, a container-based architecture suited for a multi-cloud environment. That portability translates to an ability to utilize the cloud platform that is the best fit for the app, without refactoring the app itself. IBM Cloud is a Cloud Foundry Certified Provider for its advanced PaaS capabilities.

Cloud Foundry is a user-driven organization, of, by, and for the developer community. They just released their yearly survey to “give you an opportunity to influence engineering, while helping us understand key use cases and technology preferences. By sharing your opinions, the Cloud Foundry Foundation will be able to advocate on your behalf.”

From last year’s survey we learned a great deal about the users of this PaaS system. For example, about the maturity of the platform

 

or about the likelihood of recommending

or of the Cloud Foundry runtimes

The survey really helps the Cloud Foundry foundation, and IBM, with the ins and outs of the leading PaaS platform.

So please help us by filling out the next survey for 2018, and we’ll learn more about all our critical users.

Remember, check out the prizes you can win (Apple watch, Amazon gift certificate, more) for taking this important survey.

Also, if you are nearby, please feel free to join us at the Cloud Foundry Day in San Francisco on February 20th, lots of great Cloud Foundry engagements. Here is all the info.

You’re the world-leading expert on your technical environment. Get vocal.

IBM Cloud Offering Manager

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