Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 2–4, 2019
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Thursday, April 4 • 2:40pm - 3:10pm
How Did Our Garden Grow? Advances in the Cloud Foundry App Runtime's Container Engine - Giuseppe Capizzi, Pivotal & Yulia Nedyalkova, SAP

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Garden (the Cloud Foundry App Runtime's container engine, optimised for PaaS workloads) saw awesome features bloom over the last year. This talk will help operators understand and leverage new security features such as rootless, and will introduce developers to the new and long-requested CPU Entitlements feature.

Garden is the first production runtime to support rootless mode; a wonderful security benefit. Leveraging containerd, Garden now uses more industry standards than ever, allowing for a much more familiar operator experience. New container CPU metrics enable operators and tooling to make better decisions about scaling; the speakers will demonstate concrete decision making based on reliable, consistent CPU metrics.

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Giuseppe Capizzi

Senior Software Engineer, Pivotal
Giuseppe is a Software Engineer at Pivotal. He has been working on Cloud Foundry for two years, first on the Platform Recovery team and now on Garden, CloudFoundry’s container runtime. Previously, he helped enterprises build awesome products with Pivotal Labs. In his spare time... Read More →
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Yulia Nedyalkova

Software Engineer, SAP
Yulia Nedyalkova is a software developer at SAP currently contributing to the Garden project. Before joining the Garden team, she worked on the integration and operation of different projects in the SAP Cloud Platform, including Abacus and ELK.

Thursday April 4, 2019 2:40pm - 3:10pm EDT
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