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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 2–4, 2019
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Wednesday, April 3 • 12:55pm - 1:15pm
Creating a Portable Cloud Foundry on Kubernetes - Joseph Lewis III & Matthew Broomfield, Google

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In the past few years Kubernetes has become the de-facto cloud platform, but many until now Cloud Foundry applications haven't been able to take advantage of its benefits. Joseph and Matt have been working on Project Eirini to bring the power of Kubernetes to CF operators. Simultaneously they’ve re-built the GCP Service Broker on Terraform allowing it to provision infrastructure on any major cloud and natively on Kubernetes. Together, these projects let operators deploy Cloud Foundry and application dependencies (databases, caches, etc.) into a self-contained, cloud-agnostic Kubernetes cluster which reduces overhead, increases developer velocity, and returns control of the stack to the business.

Speakers
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Matthew Broomfield

Software Engineer, Google LLC
Matt is improving the developer experience of Google's various Cloud Foundry tiles. He is currently building sample, real-world Java Spring applications to promote utilizing the Google Cloud Service Broker within Cloud Foundry. He was previously employed at Rapid7, where he built... Read More →
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Joseph Lewis III

Software Engineer, Google
Joseph is a software engineer on Google's Cloud Graphite team. In this role, he focuses on building integrations between the Cloud Foundry ecosystem and GCP. Previously, he was a senior developer at Liberty Mutual where he developed apps on Cloud Foundry.Joseph earned a MS in computer... Read More →



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