Cloud Foundry Summit in Boston, many great sessions and action

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Cloud Foundry Summit is an exciting time to learn all the latest and coolest projects in the cloud foundry community, and network with other like-minded developers.  This year the North American summit is in the wonderful city of Boston, Massachusetts. Come check out some of the special events IBM is involved with, ones you’re not going to want to miss.

Great Sessions

Customer Journey: Kaiser Permanente’s journey to microservices
Thursday April 19, 2018 3:55pm – 4:25pm / Meeting Room 253B

As a leader in healthcare, Kaiser Permanente has many applications used daily by millions in production on Cloud Foundry platform. In this session, we will share some lessons learned in the areas of performance, scalability, resiliency, monitoring etc. and how KP is moving toward microservices running on Cloud Foundry.

Demo Theater: IBM Cloud Foundry Enterprise Environment
Thursday April 19, 2018 4:25pm – 4:45pm / The Foundry, Exhibit Hall A

The Cloud Foundry Enterprise Environment service allows enterprise customers to create and manage isolated environments for hosting Cloud Foundry applications exclusively for their enterprise. Come see it in action and see why it works for enterprise cloud projects that need strong security, isolation and full control.

Cloud Native Java Track
This year, IBM is the track leader for Cloud Native Java, and we have a broad range of Java sessions to highlight the power of the Cloud Foundry Java runtime, including several from distinguished IBM Speakers.

  • Introduction to the Cloud Native Java Track
  • The Java Ecosystem Collision: What is the Future of Cloud Native?
  • Cloud Native Java with OpenJ9: Fast, Lean and Definitely Mean
  • Advanced Container Concepts for Java Applications
  • Istio Platform vs Spring and MicroProfile Frameworks
  • Jumpstart your Cloud Native development
  • How Cloud Foundry Compares with Kubernetes for Deployment of Cloud Native Java Applications

Plus lots of other great IBMer and other sessions and information, you can see the full speaker line-up and all details here. IBM will also have a booth where we are planning various activities for visitors as well as opportunities for meeting IBM engineers and product managers and of course swag, swag, swag! Make sure and stop by and register to win a raffle prize!

While you’re there, please stop by and learn about all that IBM is doing with Cloud Foundry and the many opportunities developers have to build / host / deploy applications in our own enterprise ready PaaS solution, IBM Cloud!

IBM Cloud Offering Manager

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