Cloud Foundry Summit

The best of both worlds: Rapid cloud development with data control

Perhaps no other technology has as significantly impacted the way that developers work as much as cloud. It gives instant access to emerging technologies such as blockchain and AI. Cloud-powered tools such as containers and microservices enable developers to rapidly create apps and deploy them across different systems. When combined with environments that remove the […]

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Collaboration is king at Cloud Foundry Summit EU

When businesses collaborate on open technology projects, everyone wins. That was the prevailing message throughout the Cloud Foundry Summit in Frankfurt, Germany. Operators, developers, users and cloud providers gathered to share best practices and reflect on the state of this growing community. In the two years since the Cloud Foundry Foundation was launched, the community […]

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Key takeaways for enterprises from the Cloud Foundry Summit

A large contingent of Cloud Foundry participants gathered in Santa Clara, California, last month to share and learn how multi-cloud environments are changing how enterprises develop and deliver applications faster. I have attended two prior summits and was impressed how far the community has come in just a few years. The content expanded significantly this […]

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Five takeaways from the 2014 Cloud Foundry Summit

One of the big announcements made during IBM Pulse 2014 was a new offering called IBM Codename: Bluemix. Since its beta program announcement, thousands of people have been testing this new way of consuming cloud in the form of platform as a service (PaaS). Bluemix is based on an open source technology named Cloud Foundry, […]

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