Keaty Gross talks about PCF Dev, a new distribution of Cloud Foundry designed to run on a laptop or workstation, useful to develop and debug locally on a fully featured Cloud Foundry.
Adam Krieger discusses why containers have an impact on the entire organization, not just the developers through scalability, confidence of isolation and the reduction of cycle time.
Alan Barrington-Hughes and Pavithra Ramaswamy discuss key concepts in agile database refactoring, demonstrating a no outage deployment with nginx using a blue-green method.
Alex Ley introduces Concourse, an open source pipeline based CI system that focuses on simplicity, usability and reproductibility, with isolated builds.
Mike Benkovich presents the latest features of Azure, such as App Services, Kudu, and more.
Dave Syer shows how Spring Cloud Cluster provides a simple abstraction for leader election and how it is implemented using Zookeeper, Hazelcast and etc.
Jared Wray talks about the current industry trends forming and how Cloud Foundry is working together around this in the open.
Dave Ehringer shares the experiences instating CI/CD at Liberty Mutual and the best practices they picked up along the way, using Cloud Foundry and Spring.
Stephen Bohlen explores Azure Service Fabric, microservices and actors, discussing how they can simplify the development of massively parallel systems and the ability to reason about them.
Vipul SavJani, Christopher Tretina talk about the challenges faced transforming of Comcast’s ESP from SOA architecture to Cloud-Native architecture using microservices, DevOps, and PaaS.
Thomas Fredell and Ashish Pagey talk about how Merrill Corporation is solving real business challenges delivering software as Java microservices deployed to PCF running on Microsoft Azure.
Nick Beenham describes how the Enterprise Services Team at Comcast transformed from large monolithic deployments with cycle times of anything from 90 days to cycle times measured in hours.