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Friday, April 20 • 4:25pm - 4:55pm
Running Multi-Cloud Microservices with Cloud Foundry - Maggie Ambrose & Cameron Stewart, Pivotal

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What does it take to have an application be highly available to users in regions all over the globe? How do you take advantage of “Best in Cloud” features from multiple cloud providers? These are just some of the questions that technologists are grappling with in the new multi-cloud reality.
In this session, we will confront these questions with an example of a Java-based microservices application running globally on multiple clouds, taking advantage of different infrastructures and services including Spring Cloud.
The Cloud Foundry platform is an important enabler of the capability to deliver multi-cloud, reliable applications to users world-wide.
The audience will learn about the benefits achieved by running applications in a multi-cloud model, and how to do it effectively.

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Maggie Ambrose

Maggie is part of the Global Ecosystem Team at Pivotal. She works on expanding the Pivotal ecosystem with joint solutions across Dell Technologies. She is an Austin local and a member of Women Who Code Austin. Previous speaking experience includes Open Source Communities panel at... Read More →

Cameron Stewart

Cameron comes from a full-stack developer background 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... Read More →

Friday April 20, 2018 4:25pm - 4:55pm EDT
Meeting Room 253C