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Cloud Foundry Summit 2017 June 13-15 (Santa Clara, CA)

Cloud Foundry Summit 2017

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June 13-15, 2017
Santa Clara, CA, USA

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Kickoff – Cloud Foundry Summit 2017
Stu Miniman & John Troyer kickoff Cloud Foundry Summit 2017 in Santa Clara, CA.


Show Wrap – Cloud Foundry Summit 2017
Stu Miniman & John Troyer kickoff Cloud Foundry Summit 2017 in Santa Clara, CA.


Guests Interviewed on theCUBE:

Kim Bannerman
Program Manager, Developer Relations, Google

Balancing developers and executives in a multi-cloud world
Software developers know there is no single cloud in information technology. They must work in a multi-cloud world where every application runs in the cloud that serves it best. While that’s fitting for developers, their employer organizations must manage and control these programs across a multi-cloud system. The Cloud Foundry Foundation looks to offer a solution with its open-source Cloud Foundry platform, joining the efforts of developers and executives to keep business running smoothly even as technology advances. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Chip Childers
Software-Defined & Cloud Group Marketing

Cultivating a differentiated, open-source ecosystem for cloud
Businesses live in a multi-cloud world. There is no one cloud for all occasions. Therefore, any cloud solution must work across these clouds. That takes common standards. The Cloud Foundry Foundation is a leading provider of software that meets those standards. They plan to keep that lead by making their products unique in the market. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Cornelia Davis
Director of Technology, Pivotal

New tools redefine cloud-native, from applications to data
While the cloud is not a new technology, its distributed and decentralized nature now requires a new set of tools to meet developer demands. One organization building these new tools is Cloud Foundry Foundation. Its Cloud Foundry open-source cloud application platform allows for the development and deployment of enterprise cloud applications. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Brian Gregory
Director of Cloud Strategy and Engineering, Express Scripts

Where meds meet tech: Cloud Foundry use case aids journey to the cloud
Business must adapt or be left behind. What does that mean, though, when adapting involves the cloud? While moving data and certain computing operations to a virtualized environment might be necessary, it’s also difficult to sort the value proposition from vendor pitches when it comes to taking on the costly and company-specific journey to the cloud. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Abby Kearns
Executive Director, Cloud Foundry Foundation

Is a cloud-native crash course the smarter, cheaper answer to developer shortage?
Finding and hiring talented developers is difficult and expensive; hiring cloud-native enterprise application developers, specifically, is even tougher, according to Abby Kearns, executive director of the Cloud Foundry Foundation, a nonprofit, open-source project that aims to make Cloud Foundry the leading application platform for cloud computing worldwide. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Ben Kepes
Analyst, Diversity Ltd.

Balancing developers and executives in a multi-cloud world
Software developers know there is no single cloud in information technology. They must work in a multi-cloud world where every application runs in the cloud that serves it best. While that’s fitting for developers, their employer organizations must manage and control these programs across a multi-cloud system. The Cloud Foundry Foundation looks to offer a solution with its open-source Cloud Foundry platform, joining the efforts of developers and executives to keep business running smoothly even as technology advances. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Mojgan Lefebvre
SVP & Chief Information Officer, Liberty Mutual Insurance

Why DevOps is driving internal change at Liberty Mutual
The cloud, copious amounts of data generation, analytics and the Internet of Things are disrupting organizations by changing the foundation of how they deliver products and services. In a digital world, insurance companies are beginning to establish new business models around developer operations, and many are becoming software development companies as they shift to new ways of assessing risk and serving customers. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Stephen O’Grady
Principal Anayst and Co-Founder, Redmonk

Open-source software may save money, but what about monetization?
While the open-source delivery model has emerged as a highly popular success, the problem remains that free downloadable software does not usually lead to revenue. But a growing number of cloud network entrepreneurs are becoming convinced that focusing their efforts on providing specific services for the enterprise computing marketplace is their path to the promised land. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Opal Perry
Divisional CIO, Allstate

Allstate looks to the cloud to improve security and customer service
A business is only as good as its ability to provide for its customers. This is true whether what is offered is a tangible commodity or a service to be rendered. Hence, with the pace of technological change, it is imperative that enterprises remain capable of moving forward while avoiding unnecessary or laborious tasks, and technologies like the cloud can help, according to Opal Perry, divisional chief information officer of claims and vice president of technology and strategic ventures at Allstate Corp. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


James Watters
SVP of Product, Pivotal

Cloud Foundry woos developers with Google and Microsoft agreements
In today’s multi-cloud world, there is a premium on making an already highly complex information technology infrastructure simpler. Developers want to move software applications across clouds without having to write or adapt new code. That’s why recent news involving a Kubernetes — an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications — project involving Pivotal Software Inc. and Google Inc., along with Microsoft Corp.’s decision to join the Cloud Foundry Foundation, is attracting widespread interest in the cloud management community. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


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