|Start Time||End Time||Sponsor Company||Demo Title||Demo Abstract||Demo Speaker||Speaker Email||Speaker Bio|
|Wednesday, October 11|
|11:05 AM||11:25 AM||Datadog||Monitoring in Motion||We rely on our monitoring to tell us when our services, Applications, or infrastructure diverge from “normal.” However, Orchestrators like Cloud Foundry and cloud providers have created a new world of dynamic infrastructure where normal is changing constantly, making it quite difficult to define. Join us as we dive into best practices for monitoring in a dynamic world, as well as demonstrate Datadog's Cloud Foundry monitoring solutions.||Greg Meyer|
Greg is a Software Engineer at Datadog based in Brooklyn, NY. He primarily focuses Datadog's open source agent and its integrations. From orchestrators like Cloud Foundry to
databases like Redis, Greg enjoys diving into and instrumenting new technologies.
|1:35 PM||1:55 PM||Dell EMC||Easy Content Applications for Cloud Foundry with Spring Content and Dell EMC ECS||In this demo, we will build a content enabled application from the ground up, push it to Cloud Foundry, bind it to Dell EMC Elastic Cloud Storage, and run it, all in 20 minutes.||Paul Warrenemail@example.com||Paul is the CTO of DellEMC's Cloud Platform Team. With over 20 years experience in the software industry most of which has been spent working on APIs, frameworks and tooling for Developers and DevOps.|
He is an active committer on CloudFoundry and helped design the Cloud Foundry Certification program. He is also the creator of the open source libraries Spring Content and Ginkgo4j (for test-driven development).
He is also a member of the Container Storage Interface working group helping to design the storage interface for the Cloud.
Paul has previously spoken at developer conferences such as Cloud Foundry Summit and SpringOne.
|2:00 PM||2:20 PM||anynines||a9s Kick Start Bundle - On Demand Dedicated Service Provisioning||The anynines Kick Start Bundle complements your platform with the most important data services. In this demonstration you learn how to provision dedicated service instances (e.g. MongoDB, PostgreSQL, RabbitMQ, Redis, Elasticsearch) using the anynines Kick Start Bundle. It also shows how the lifecylce of each service instance is automated. From an end user's perspective, you will see how service monitoring, plan updates, backups and restores of service instances are performed.||Oliver Wolffirstname.lastname@example.org||Oliver works with Cloud Foundry and BOSH for over three years now. Started with CF V1 his responsibilities were operating the public anynines platform as well developing additional solution around Cloud Foundry. At the moment he is part of the anynines data service development team and takes care that the architecture meets the customer requirements. Frequently he is involved in consulting and training projects regarding Cloud Foundry, BOSH and cloud ready app development. Until now, he spoke at local Meetups and he did the Cloud Foundry Summit Training last year in Europe.|
|2:25 PM||2:45 PM||SUSE||Cloud Foundry on Kubernetes on SUSE Linux||SUSE is building a distribution of Cloud Foundry as part of it’s new Cloud Application Platform. Troy Topnik will demonstrate how it uses a SUSE Linux stack for staging and running user applications, how it is built on containerized SUSE Linux stemcells, and how it uses Kubernetes to orchestrate those containers.||Troy Topnikemail@example.com||Troy is a Senior Product Manager responsible for SUSE Cloud Application Platform. He began working with Cloud Foundry shortly after its open source debut in 2011, and has been a technical writer, instructor, and product manager with the ActiveState and HPE Helion Stackato teams.|
|4:35 PM||4:55 PM||Pivotal||Internet of Two Things||Cloud Foundry makes it easy to deploy and connect to custom services needed to manage Things. We'll go from nothing to blinkenlights on the web in 20 minutes!||Duncan McIntyrefirstname.lastname@example.org||Duncan is a Principal Platform Architect with Pivotal, working with customers to define and implement their digital strategies using Cloud Foundry. |
|Thursday, October 12|
|10:50 AM||11:10 AM||SAP||Use case from the Beverage Industry||Beverage manufacturer delivers vendor branded coolers to gas stations, sports cluds and retail stores. Manufacturer is looking for ways how to make sure that coolers are working properly (e.g. control motor of cooler), stores apply to agreements (monitor door opening times:If this takes to long time then potentially other goods than these drinks are in the cooler which is not allowed) and customer experience is best (e.g. monitor temperature of drinks).
|1:10 PM||1:30 PM||IBM||Cloud Foundry Enterprise Application Progression||his is a path to show developers and managers how a true enterprise application looks and operates in Bluemix. It shows a non-trivial example that developers can look at, examine, and ultimately copy.||Jason Kennedyemail@example.com||Technical Lead, Offering Management IBM Code.|
|1:35 PM||1:55 PM||Virtustream||Empowering Enterprise DevOps with Virtustream Pivotal Cloud Foundry Service||Today’s enterprises are increasingly using software innovation to create new services and deliver value to their customers. This focus on software innovation demands a cloud-native application platform that enables rapid application development and delivery as well as ongoing operation in a secure and compliant enterprise class cloud, while allowing developers to focus 100% on coding, without worrying about the operational complexities. Attend this session to learn about how Virtustream Pivotal Cloud Foundry Service empowers enterprise DevOps with an enterprise-class, fully managed cloud-native application development platform-as-a-service (PaaS).||Tony Van Buuren Van Heijst||Tony.Vanbuurenvanheijst@Virtustream.com||Tony van Büüren van Heijst is an Advisory Solution Architect at Virtustream who designs analytical platforms to support smart applications. He has over 25 years of experience in the IT sector in various roles, working with infrastructure, software development and data analytics. He leverages his experience to help enterprises understand how they can take advantage of cloud native applications and Big Data analytics to solve business challenges.|
|2:00 PM||2:20 PM||Swisscom||Enterprise Application Cloud||Demo of genaral capabilities of Swisscom Application Cloud - with special highlights on unique features that make that platform so well adapted to needs of large enterprises and buliding Hybrid IT architectures: LAN-I Connectivity, Activity Directory support, security groups, consumption based pricing plans, high avaliblity, multi-cloud, enterprise grade servcies||Mathis Kretzfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|2:20 PM||2:40 PM||Multi-region Cloud Foundry on Google Cloud Platform||Google Cloud Platform has many advanced networking features and products that are also used to power Google's other services such as Gmail, Maps, and YouTube. This infrastructure can also be used to bring multi-region load-balancing capabilities to Cloud Foundry and its applications. In this demo, you'll see a multi-region Cloud Foundry deployment on GCP along with an application that uses Google Spanner as it's backing datastore.||Eric Johnsonemail@example.com||Eric Johnson works at Google's Seattle office and leads a team of software engineers that focus on ensuring popular Open Source projects and tools work great with Google Cloud Platform. Prior to joining Google over six years ago, Eric worked for Microsoft launching Azure and before that, at Rackspace launching Cloud Files and Swift. Eric holds a MS degree in Computer Science and a BS degree in Electrical Engineering.|
|3:30 PM||3:50 PM||VMware||VMware Pivotal Container Service||VMWare Pivotal Container Service is a purpose-built product to operationalize Kubernetes for enterprises and service providers. Demo of VMware Pivotal Container Service for developers and operators perspective including Day 1 and Day 2 operations||Nathan Nessfirstname.lastname@example.org||Nathan Ness is a Technical Product Manager in the Cloud Native Apps BU. Prior to joining the CNABU he supported VMware Integrated OpenStack and NSX. He was part of the Networking and Security BU after the acquisition Nicira, where he supported NSX. His background includes datacenter networking and security with an emphasis in cloud and virtualization technologies.|