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Wednesday, June 24

11:45am CDT

Deep Dive with KubeCF - Thulio Ferraz Assis, SUSE & Enrique Encalada, IBM
KubeCF, an open-source distribution of the Cloud Foundry Application Runtime (CFAR), aims to provide developers and enterprises with the best of two worlds, Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry, throughout a made easy approach.

With KubeCF, users can continue focusing on their business logic development, while running on a container-native landscape, reducing the hassle of doing this from the ground up in Kubernetes. Kubernetes was never built to be a comprehensive platform; technologies like KubeCF can complement Kubernetes.

In this talk, Thulio and Enrique will showcase how KubeCF is the bridge that gets us from BOSH releases for VMs to a Kubernetes-native PaaS. You will learn how to use KubeCF on any local development, and get some insights and lessons learned since its inception.

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Enrique Encalada

Software Developer, IBM
Enrique is a software developer currently working on the Cloud Computing field, with a strong focus on Kubernetes and CloudFoundry. Enrique likes to work with different technologies, try to understand them and build something upon that. Part of his spare time goes into developing... Read More →
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Thulio Ferraz Assis

Software Engineer, SUSE
Thulio is a passionate software engineer on the Cloud Application Platform at SUSE. The most active maintainer of KubeCF in the past year, he enjoys writing tools to make other programmers’ lives easier.

Wednesday June 24, 2020 11:45am - 12:20pm CDT
  Developer Experience Track
  • Audience Experience Level Advanced
  • Slides Included Yes
Thursday, June 25

9:55am CDT

CRD-ifying Cloud Foundry for Kubernetes - Angela Chin & Connor Braa, VMware
Over the past year, there has been major effort invested in re-platforming Cloud Foundry to run on Kubernetes. As part of this re-architecture, the idea of utilizing Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) has come to the forefront of discussion.

In this session, Angela and Connor will examine why CRDs are so compelling to use as a core component of the future cf-for-k8s. We will highlight the benefits of a CRD-centric approach for users, application developers, and contributors and offer some thoughts on what a CRD-centric cf-for-k8s might look like. Attendees should leave with a strong understanding of why and how they might utilize CRDs.


Connor Braa

Software Engineer, VMware
Connor is a software engineer at VMWare working on Tanzu Application Service for Kubernetes. He cut his teeth in OSS Cloud Foundry working to GA Diego in 2015, and since then helped replatform CAPI onto Kubernetes and helped bbl environment manage CFCR clusters. He lives in Seattle... Read More →

Angela Chin

Sr. Member of Technical Staff, VMware
Angela is a Sr. Engineer at VMware, working on Tanzu Application Service and Kubernetes. She has been a contributor to open source Cloud Foundry for the past 3 years, working on application connectivity as well as the shift to cf for k8s, and also previously worked on improving the... Read More →

Thursday June 25, 2020 9:55am - 10:10am CDT
  Contributor Track
  • Audience Experience Level Advanced
  • Slides Included Yes