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IBM Cloud and the Cloud Foundry Foundation

IBM Cloud actively engages developers, architects, and engineers in the open source community through foundations and initiatives. As a Platinum Member of the Cloud Foundry Foundation, IBM regularly sponsors the annual Cloud Foundry Summit, evangelizing CF through technologists such as Simon Moser, Lead Architect of IBM’s CF application product runtimes team.

 

Developers use Cloud Foundry across every stage of the application development lifecycle. It’s a container-based architecture suited for a multi-cloud environment, and 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.

Take the Cloud Foundry Foundation’s annual survey

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

Are you a Cloud Foundry user? If so, then you’re the world-leading expert on how CF snaps into your technical environment.

Get vocal.

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