In this one-day program, Pivotal and Google share how we deliver software applications. By demonstrating the capabilities of a cloud-native software organization, we’ll share the promises Pivotal Cloud Foundry can help you keep when combined with industry-leading services and infrastructure using Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
We built Pivotal Cloud Foundry so you can deliver software with increased velocity and reduced risk. Together we will share how to make the principles of Google’s Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) achievable on Pivotal Cloud Foundry. Google and Pivotal collaborated to make Pivotal Cloud Foundry a reliable place for your applications to live.
The day will open with an introduction to Pivotal, Google, and our shared partner ecosystem. Pivotal will share how culture and technology combine to reinforce each other. We will go hands-on to show you how easy it is to develop applications with Spring Boot, integrate with Google Cloud services, and use Concourse to automate shipping applications to Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
In the afternoon, we’ll show you how Pivotal Cloud Foundry operators can empower development teams by enabling GCP integrations in their Pivotal Cloud Foundry environment. We’ll then focus on the developer experience of integrating applications with GCP’s powerful services.
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Cameron comes from a full-stack developer background thanks to the Galvanize Full Stack Developer program which makes her fiercely passionate about all things cloud-native, 12 factor and agile. As part of the Global Ecosystem team at Pivotal, Cameron works with a variety of partners to help bring cloud-native solutions to joint customers.
Working in Internet infrastructure, web app security, and design have influenced Casey to be a paranoid, UX-oriented, problem solving Internet plumber; his earliest contributions to Perl live to this day on your Mac. Casey’s speaking and writing ranges from open source communities and culture to technical architecture and automation tips and tricks.
Colleen is a Software Engineer at Google. She keeps Cloud Foundry developers and operators on the cutting edge of Google Services with the GCP Service Broker and other open source integrations.
Dana is the lead Google engineer working on integrations between Google Cloud Platform and Terraform. She also has a habit of writing fun demos that use cute animal pictures to showcase the work of her teammates.
Evan is a software engineer at Google. He builds and maintains integrations from Google Cloud Platform into OSS projects, including BOSH, Cloud Foundry, Terraform, and Packer.
Jay Marshall is part of the Solutions Engineering team at Google Cloud, and is an ex-Pivotal Field Engineer/early Cloud Foundry obsessor. He currently focuses on helping developers and enterprises build on top of Google’s massive global footprint of cloud infrastructure and services known as Google Cloud Platform. Jay is a lifetime wannabe musician and spends much of his free time recording music that no one else listens to.
Jeff is a Software Engineer at Google who is giving developers super powers by integrating the tools that run Google with open source Cloud Foundry including Stackdriver and Kubernetes.
Meaghan is a Software Engineer at Google working on open source integrations between Cloud Foundry with Google Cloud Platform.