|8:45 AM–9:30 AM||
Registration & Breakfast
|9:30 AM–10:30 AM||
The Cloud-Native Landscape
Casey West, Google
Explore the meaning of Cloud-Native and why all businesses are trending this way. Then take a look at the complete cloud-native stack by looking at technologies like Pivotal Cloud Foundry, Google Cloud Platform, Concourse, Spring Boot and Spring Cloud. This complete stack allows us to achieve greater repeatability, reliability and resiliency for our applications. We’ll also take a technical deep dive of the Cloud-Native platform, PCF running on top of GCP, leveraging Google services and how to integrate them with your Spring Boot applications. We’ll see practical applications how all of these components - distributed systems architecture design, continuous delivery, a DevOps culture, and a structured platform are what the manifestation of what it means to be Cloud-Native.
|10:30 AM–12:00 PM||
A Technical Demonstration: Keeping Promises with Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Google Cloud Platform
Casey West, Google
|12:00 PM–1:00 PM||
|1:00 PM–1:15 PM||
Solace Messaging for Open Data Movement
Phil Scanlon, Solace
Solace technology enables open data movement by routing information between applications, devices and people across clouds using open APIs and protocols. Open data movement helps companies modernize legacy applications and pursue analytics, big data, hybrid cloud and IoT strategies. During this session we’ll explain advantages of connecting information flows to Pivotal Cloud Foundry and invite you to play a role in an interactive demo.
|1:15 PM–1:30 PM||
Cloud-Native Monitoring with Dynatrace
Myrvin Yap, Dynatrace
As organizations speed up their digital innovations by accelerating the move to cloud-native applications, the need for seamless digital performance monitoring in continuous delivery environments is more than ever. See how Dynatrace’s AI based, full stack, and fully automated monitoring solution can help automatically discover and monitor all applications and microservices running in a Cloud Foundry cluster, as well as the Cloud Foundry platform itself.
|1:30 PM–2:30 PM||
Microservices & How To Do Them Responsibly
Cameron Stewart, Pivotal
We’ll discuss the principles behind microservices. We’ll explore the benefits of modularized architectures and how that will increase your ability to innovate at a rapid pace, something every organization is after. We’ll discuss some of the challenges and complexities you will face when breaking your architecture into microservices and outline some of things you need to have in place in order to do microservices successfully. We’ll take a look at a microservices architecture using a polyglot architecture and leveraging Google’s machine-learning services available via the Google Cloud Platform Service Broker. We’ll take advantage of Spring Boot and Spring Cloud Services to solve some of the challenges microservices introduces.
|2:30 PM–2:45 PM||
|2:45 PM–3:30 PM||
Google Cloud Platform & Services
Get an in-depth introduction to the Google Cloud Platform. Understand the benefits of running Pivotal Cloud Foundry on top of GCP. Explore the services that are available via the Google Cloud Platform Service Broker and see how easy it is to utilize the power of services like Machine Learning, Big Query, and Google Spanner. Gain an understanding of how Google and Pivotal are partnering and collaborating on joint projects and engineering efforts.
|3:30 PM–3:45 PM||