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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 2–4, 2019
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Thursday, April 4 • 11:45am - 12:15pm
One Marketplace to Rule Them All - Matt McNeeney & Laurel Gray, Pivotal

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Until now, every Cloud Foundry environment has its own dedicated marketplace where developers can easily consume the backing services their workloads need. But for those in the community using Cloud Foundry at scale, managing many marketplaces poses a number of critical problems. Throw into the mix a handful of Kubernetes clusters with workloads that need backing services, and both developers and operators fall into a world of pain.

But what if developers could access the services they need from an independent marketplace, which they could integrate with any of their workloads, running on any platform? What if operators could manage and monitor these services in just one place? What if alongside databases and common backing services, developers could also get access to the tools they need to do their job, like Kubernetes clusters and spaces in Cloud Foundry?

Come and learn how the open source Independent Services Marketplace team are building the future by inverting the relationship between platforms and backing services, and how this can drastically improve the lives of developers and operators running cloud-native platforms at scale.

One marketplace to rule them all,
one marketplace to find them,
one marketplace to bring them all,
and in the cloud bind them.

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Matt McNeeney

Product Manager, Pivotal
Matt is the Project Lead for the Cloud Foundry Services API project which aims to enhance the developer experience provisioning and managing services. Matt is also a Co-Chair for the Open Service Broker API, a project by Pivotal, Google, IBM, Red Hat and others that allows developers... Read More →


Thursday April 4, 2019 11:45am - 12:15pm
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