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Wednesday, December 2
 

08:00

Training Registration
Wednesday December 2, 2015 08:00 - 09:00
Salon 1 -3 Foyer

09:00

Training: Cloud Foundry for Beginners: from Zero to Hero - Colin Humphreys and Chris Hedley, CloudCredo, David Laing, stayUp.io, Bharath Posa, Biarca & Praveen Ponaganti, Biarca

Join us for a hands-on training workshop to learn about deploying and managing applications on Cloud Foundry. We will give an overview of Cloud Foundry and how it works, including specifics relating to services, buildpacks, and architecture. We will also look at how to effectively work with Cloud Foundry in your organisation. 

This training is targeted at people with little or no Cloud Foundry experience but some experience delivering web-based applications. If you're curious to learn how Cloud Foundry can help you focus on development and innovation, rather than infrastructure plumbing, this is the right course for you.

System Requirements:

  • Linux 32/64bit, Windowns 32/64bit or OS X 64bit
  • 1GB of FREE RAMd
  • USB port for mounting the USB drive with course material
  • a code editor of choice

Speakers
avatar for Chris Hedley

Chris Hedley

Chris Hedley is a highly skilled developer with a wealth of experience in delivering enterprise | software within organisations that range from start-ups to Fortune 500 multi-nationals. | Currently the Director of Engineering at CloudCredo, his recent background has been in | onsite... Read More →
avatar for Colin Humphreys

Colin Humphreys

CTO Cloud, Pivotal
As CTO for Cloud at Pivotal, Colin Humphreys is responsible for the company’s big picture strategy and roadmap for our cloud platform offerings. Colin joins Pivotal from its acquisition of CloudCredo, where Colin was co-founder and CEO. Colin led the installation of the first SLA-driven... Read More →
avatar for David Laing

David Laing

stayUp.io
"A long time member of the Cloud Foundry community, David is a core contributor to BOSH and the leader of the opensource Logsearch (ELK + BOSH - http://logsearch.io) project. In collaboration with CloudCredo, David’s company stayUp.io provides commercial support for Logsearch and... Read More →
avatar for Praveen Ponaganti

Praveen Ponaganti

Biarca
Praveen has over 9 years of experience on application design, development and deployment in a wide range of applications. Delivered solutions in refactoring of monolithic apps to micro- | services in various PaaS platforms including Cloud Foundry. Developed micro-services production... Read More →
avatar for Bharath Posa

Bharath Posa

Biarca
Bharath has experience in setting up Cloud Foundry platform on various IaaS platforms. He architected and deployed Cloud Foundry platforms for private clouds as per the deployment requirements of various customers. Passionate on working with Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, Robotics... Read More →


Wednesday December 2, 2015 09:00 - 16:00
Salon 4

13:30

Unconference

What is the Cloud Foundry Unconference?

As a tradition of the Cloud Foundry Summit, the “unconference” takes place the afternoon before the Cloud Foundry Summit and the focus is on discussing opportunities to expand the ecosystem of solutions in order to meet the needs of the ever-growing number of Cloud Foundry users.

An unconference does not have pre-determined presentation topics. Instead, we will choose the topics we want to discuss at the beginning of the event. 

Unconferences are a great way to share and discuss lots of new ideas and we hope you will join us! 

 

Who should attend? 

Cloud Foundry Users, Consultants, Vendors, Entrepreneurs, 3rd-party Solution Providers, Anyone interested in Cloud Foundry

The unconference is free. You don't need to register for the summit to attend the unconference. Also we will give out ten free CF Asia Summit passes at the unconference.


Schedule: Unconference 
1:15 PM Registration & Networking 
1:30 PM Lightning Talks: 

  • Yiqun Ding, Zhejiang University
  • Yuebin Shen, Anchora/MoPaaS
  • Hongqiang Chen, VMware
  • ......
  • Please Contact Jinxiang Chen at jinxiang.chen@anchora.me if you would like to give a lightning talk。


2:00 PM Unpanel Topic: Attendees propose topics which get answered by experts in the audience 
2:15 PM Unconference: Attendees propose topics for Breakout Discussions 
2:30 PM Breakout Discussions 
3:15 PM Wrap-up 
3:20PM - 4:00PM Drinks Reception & Networking 

Unconference Sponsors:

Cloud Foundry Foundation

Anchora/MoPaaS

IBM

VMWare

Zhejiang University


Wednesday December 2, 2015 13:30 - 16:00
Salon 4

15:00

Summit Registration
Wednesday December 2, 2015 15:00 - 19:00
Salon 1 -3 Foyer

16:00

Keynote: Making a Platform for the People - Sam Ramji, CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Sam Ramji

Sam Ramji

CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
A 20 year veteran of the Silicon Valley and Seattle technology scenes, Sam Ramji brings a wealth of business, product and open source experience to the CEO role. He has led strategy for API powerhouse Apigee, designed and led Microsoft’s open source strategy and drove product strategy... Read More →


Wednesday December 2, 2015 16:00 - 16:20
Salons 1 - 3

16:20

Keynote: Innovation Velocity: Build, Run & Manage Apps and Digital Assets on the Cloud - Steve Robinson, General Manager, Cloud Platform Services, IBM Cloud
The 'digital disruption' is here! Your enterprise knows it must lead or risk being disrupted. At the core is an imperative to build a culture of innovation. Enterprises recognize the need to deliver new business models and greater customer value at high speed. Avoiding disruption or being outpaced by competitors sometimes means failing fast, pivoting and rapidly iterating to win customer adoption. This session explores innovation velocity and the transformation required to drive continuous innovation supported by the right tools, processes and services to build, run and manage applications and digital assets on the cloud.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Robinson

Steve Robinson

General Manager, Cloud Platform Services, IBM Cloud, IBM
Steve Robinson is the General Manager, Cloud Platform Services Division for IBM Cloud. This division is focused on the platforms and services targeted to the developer community and | provides the foundation to simplify cloud development and deployment. This mission includes launching... Read More →


Wednesday December 2, 2015 16:20 - 16:40
Salons 1 - 3

16:40

Keynote: Tailoring Cloud Foundry for Smart City Initiatives in China - Yiqun Ding, Zhejiang University
Cloud computing is the foundation for many smart city initiatives in China. Dr. Ding and his team in software engineering lab of Zhejiang University are early pioneers of smart city PaaS cloud platforms in China. In this presentation, Dr. Ding will talk about how his team tailored Cloud Foundry in response to the challenges of smart city applications, such as warden network isolation, a universal deployment engine of Cloud Foundry, integration with OpenStack Heat, and multi-port application support.

Speakers
YD

Yiqun Ding

Zhejiang University


Wednesday December 2, 2015 16:40 - 17:00
Salons 1 - 3

17:00

Keynote: Software Enabled Creative Destruction - Jason Jackson, Field CTO, Pivotal
Software Enabled Creative Destruction (Jason K Jackson, Pivotal Field CTO) - We are entering a new era of Creative Destruction, where industrial age companies are being forced to become innovative software companies. Jason K Jackson will discuss how in this new era of digitally connected user experience, the traditional competitive landscape has changed. We are seeing the beginning of a disruption driven by a new era of methodology, where the existing order must fail - to make way for new innovation.

Speakers
avatar for Jason Jackson

Jason Jackson

Pivotal
Jason K Jackson is the CTO and Director of Advanced Field Engineering for Pivotal in APJ, where he is responsible for helping the region’s most strategic customers successfully implement technology and process for cloud and “3rd Platform” services. Previously, he was the Director... Read More →


Wednesday December 2, 2015 17:00 - 17:20
Salons 1 - 3

17:20

Building a Smart City Cloud Platform Based on Open Cloud Technologies - Wei-Min Lu, Anchora/MoPaaS & Wu Ouyang, Guian New Area Administrative Committee
Speakers
WL

Wei-Min Lu

CEO, MoPaaS
Dr. Lu is the founder and CEO of Anchora (MoPaaS), which is the leading cloud platform solution provider in China that builds the converged platform solution that enables both the first public open cloud platform service (MoPaaS: http://www.mopaas.com) and an enterprise-class PaaS... Read More →
WO

Wu Ouyang

Mr. Ouyang is the executive deputy director of Guian New Area Administrative Committee;he was the deputy director of Information Security Department of Ministry of Industry and Information Technologies of China. He spearheads the Guian New Area Big Data, Cloud Computing and Smart... Read More →


Wednesday December 2, 2015 17:20 - 17:25
Salons 1 - 3

17:25

Build and Run Cloud Native Apps on Software-defined Data Center - Hongqiang Chen, VMware
Speakers
HC

Hongqiang Chen

Since 2011, I have worked in VMware shanghai R&D center for 4 years, mainly in areas like Cloud Foundry, Hybrid Services etc. Before that, I had worked in EMC & Alcatel-Lucent for nearly 7 years.


Wednesday December 2, 2015 17:25 - 17:30
Salons 1 - 3

17:30

Building the Cloud Infrastructure for Enterprise Cloud Foundry Deployment - Abel Hu and Thomas Shao, Microsoft
This talk will be focusing on setting up network infrastructure and creating Cloud resources to support enterprise Cloud Foundry cluster, including deploy and configure virtual network, load balancer, high availability set, SSL termination, and the setting up the secured account on Azure.

Speakers
AH

Abel Hu

I am a software engineer of OSTC team from Microsoft. I am working on BOSH project to add Azure support.


Wednesday December 2, 2015 17:30 - 17:35
Salons 1 - 3

17:35

How Does a Micro Dev & Ops Team Sustain a Monolithic CF Platform - 昌龙 吴, Rakuten
In this talk, Changlong will share how a team of 10 dev & ops engineers setup, improved and maintained both Cloud Foundry V1 and V2 clusters. For example, how we maintained a rapidly growing CF clusters in production and what we improved of logging stack and monitoring stack in large scale to satisfy customers’ needs since we shared on CF summit 2013. And we will also share our experience of designing and developing Cloud Foundry V2 clusters.

Speakers
avatar for 昌龙 吴

昌龙 吴

Rakuten
Dev & Ops engineer, Rakuten. Like attending hackathon around Beijing and Tokyo in the weekend


Wednesday December 2, 2015 17:35 - 17:40
Salons 1 - 3

17:40

Monitor CloudFoundry by Opentsdb and Grafana - Simon Gao, Pivotal
OpenTSDB is a scalable time-series database and Grafana is a nice front end for it. In this talk, we will share our monitoring infrastructure with OpenTSDB and Grafana, including the deployment, configuration, and dashboards. 

Speakers
SG

Simon Gao

Xiaoming Gao,from Pivotal CloudFoundry China team, has been involved in CloudFoundry service development and operations for two years.


Wednesday December 2, 2015 17:40 - 17:45
Salons 1 - 3

17:45

Global Operations of Cloud Foundry at Scale - Timothy Vanderham, IBM
This session will give a glimpse into how IBM not only manages the largest CF based PaaS environment in the world, but also leverages a common set of tools, processes, and procedures to provide IBM Bluemix capabilities "as a service" for clients all over the world in different deployment models. The IBM Bluemix team deploys, manages, operates, and updates the entire platform, including Cloud Foundry, Docker, data services, and more with a common approach, tools, and processes everywhere! This includes Public, Dedicated, and even Local deployments of IBM Bluemix. 

Speakers
avatar for Timothy Vanderham

Timothy Vanderham

VP, Engineering - IBM Cloud Platform, IBM
Tim leads the development team for IBM Bluemix & IBM Cloud Marketplace. He is responsible for the delivery, operations, and support of the Cloud Platform. He manages a team of developers distributed across the world developing based on open source technology. He has a passion for... Read More →


Wednesday December 2, 2015 17:45 - 17:50
Salons 1 - 3

18:00

Sponsor Showcase & Welcome Reception
Visit sponsor booths and join fellow attendees for an evening of networking & collaboration. Appetizers & drinks will be provided for attendees.  

The Welcome Reception is sponsored by Pivotal.

Wednesday December 2, 2015 18:00 - 20:30
Salon 1 -3 Foyer
 
Thursday, December 3
 

08:00

Summit Registration
Thursday December 3, 2015 08:00 - 16:00
Salon 1 -3 Foyer

08:00

Sponsor Showcase
Thursday December 3, 2015 08:00 - 17:30
Salon 1 -3 Foyer

09:00

Keynote: Creating an Open Enterprise PaaS Cloud Platform - Wei-Min Lu, Yuebin Shen & Liangyue Xu, Anchora/MoPaaS
Mobile-first and cloud-native become basic requirements of enterprise IT cloud architectures. As an integral part of enterprise cloud computing solutions, PaaS plays a key role in continuously delivering business values and building sustainable competitive market advantages for enterprises. In this talk, we will discuss how to leverage open cloud technologies, such as cloud foundry and docker , to build an enterprise cloud platform solution that enables continuous innovation with mobile-first and cloud-native considerations and create an open cloud service ecosystem, including how to design their architectures; in particular, we will cover the following topics:
• The merging of cloud technologies. Integrating and consolidating different open cloud technologies to enable multi-granular resource allocation and management to provide the desirable flexibility and visibility for enterprise IT architectures and meet different business application needs:
– Consolidating various cloud computing models , such as IaaS and PaaS, to offer computing resources ranging from infrastructure to applications.
– Providing multi-granular computing resources, such as VMs and containerized resources of various sizes to meet applications' needs.
– Streamlining app lifecycle management to for the users to effectively manage their app development, deployment, and operations.
• Micro-service architecture. Leveraging micro-service architecture to build a flexible enterprise cloud platform that supports cloud-native enterprise applications. 

Speakers
WL

Wei-Min Lu

CEO, MoPaaS
Dr. Lu is the founder and CEO of Anchora (MoPaaS), which is the leading cloud platform solution provider in China that builds the converged platform solution that enables both the first public open cloud platform service (MoPaaS: http://www.mopaas.com) and an enterprise-class PaaS... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 09:00 - 09:20
Salon 1 -3 Foyer

09:20

Keynote: KPIT’s Digital Transformation Journey Fueled by Pivotal Cloud Foundry - Manoj Mone, Software Architect, KPIT
Over the next couple of years, KPIT aims to grow from 500 Mn to 1Bn in revenue, and much of this will be fueled by products in the IoT, Intelligent Transportation Management systems and Digital Transformation. As a first step we decided to embark on journey of Digital transformation within our own organization. After an assessment of internal application landscape, we found the key area of transformation was in the way the processes were defined on and off the system. We evaluated various stacks of technology and architecture. Cloud Foundry and the microservices paradigm is what we finally selected. User Experience, Mobility and crowdsoursing, were the key guiding principle that was used for assessment. In this talk, we intend to present how we made the decision to use Pivotal Cloud Foundry, and what our experience has been in getting started on this journey of Digital Transformation.

Speakers
avatar for Manoj Mone

Manoj Mone

Director IT - Information Systems Group, KPIT Infosystems Ltd.
Manoj Mone is a Software Architect with over 18 years of IT experience with experience in Software Architecture and Delivery including product management. Has a unique blend of executive management, software / services delivery and solution architecture expertise.He has significant... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 09:20 - 09:40
Salons 1 - 3

09:40

Deciphering the Buzzword Bingo - Duncan Winn, Pivotal
In a world drowning in terminology, how do make sense of the current trends in IT: XaaS, Cloud Native, Micro Services, Containers, Agile, Continuous Delivery, Platforms, Abstraction, Dev Ops, IoT, Reactive Programming?... What do they it all mean. How should you consume them?

This talks reviews recent IT trends and how Platforms like Cloud Foundry instigate change, both technically, and more importantly, organisationally. For example how do you structure your teams, how does Cloud Foundry help with continuous Delivery? The essence of Cloud Foundry is not what it is, or even what it can do, it is about what it can do for you. That's what this talk will unpack. 

Speakers
avatar for Duncan Winn

Duncan Winn

Principal Platform Architect, Pivotal
Duncan has been working on Cloud Foundry for Pivotal since Pivotal formed in 2013. Currently Duncan works in Pivotal's Platform Architecture Team to help companies install and configure hardened Cloud Foundry environments and related services so they get the most out of Cloud Foundry... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 09:40 - 10:00
Salons 1 - 3

10:00

Break
Thursday December 3, 2015 10:00 - 10:45
Salon 1 -3 Foyer

10:45

The Cloud Native Application - Josh Long, Pivotal
In this workshop we'll look at how to build cloud-native Java
applications. A cloud native application is one that is designed to
fully exploit a cloud platform both in the application layer - where
things decompose into microservices - and at the data layer where
NoSQL offers better horizontal scaling and fitness for specific
purpose.

We'll look at:
- writing services and handling non-functional requirements like
metrics and logging with Spring Boot
- scaling out safely and building fault-tolerant systems using Spring
Cloud and its support for distributed systems patterns like the
circuit breaker, service registration and discovery, messaging, and centralized
configuration management.
- offloading as much operational work as possible to the platform, Cloud Foundry, so that it wears the pager when a microservice falls over

Speakers
JL

josh long

Spring Developer Advocate, Pivotal
Josh (@starbuxman) is the Spring Developer Advocate at Pivotal. Josh is a Java Champion, author of 5 books (including O'Reilly's upcoming ""Cloud Native Java: Designing Resilient Systems with Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Cloud Foundry"") and 3 best-selling video trainings (including... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 10:45 - 11:15
Salon 4

10:45

Operating Cloud Foundry with Ease and Added Values - Simon Leung & Jonathan Berkhahn, IBM
Cloud Foundry is fully featured, however, there are moments when we wish it had come with those 1 or 2 extra features; could be features to make administrator’s life a little easier, or it could be tools to utilize environment specific features. CLI (Command Line Interface) plugin is among one of the easiest ways for providers to customize Cloud Foundry. Come learn about how the plugin framework available as part of the Cloud Foundry Command Line Interface can be used to provide new features to end users quickly and easily, with real life examples of how it helps operators and end users. See how plugins leverage the portability and distribution architecture of the CF CLI to deliver features to users easily regardless of architecture or operating system. You too can utilize plugins to provide new functionality and interact with infrastructure built around and on top of Cloud Foundry.

Speakers
JB

Jonathan Berkhahn

Jonathan Berkhahn: Software engineer on IBM’s CF Community Dev Team, now a member of the CF CAPI team bettering the CF user experience. Ongoing projects include PAT, a performance testing suite for CF, and software evaluation for next-gen genome sequencing.
avatar for Simon Leung

Simon Leung

IBM
Simon is one of the early Dojo program participant and has been working on varies Cloud Foundry projects for almost 3 years. Currently he is in CAPI team help pushing Cloud Controller features forward.



Thursday December 3, 2015 10:45 - 11:15
Salon 5

10:45

Cloud Foundry Service Marketplace - Layne Peng, EMC & Junwei Liu, CMST
Please join us as we leverage third-party cloud, like OpenStack to power services for Cloud Foundry applications! Cloud Foundry will provide services such as MySQL by default, but managed as external services. In a traditional deployment, CF would deploy a MySQL cluster via BOSH and would “create DATABASE” for each service instance (which can lead to fairly complex environments). This session will share our experience of how to offer services by leverging efforts from self-host IaaS cloud, public cloud, or even individual contributors to reduce service sprawl and deliver the benefit of tighter integration. 

Speakers
JL

Junwei Liu

CMST
Liu Junwei, master, graduated from University of Science and Technology of China, Suzhou, China Mobile Development Center, engineer of Cloud Computing Department,contributors of QEMU and openstack community.
LP

Layne Peng

EMC
Principal Technologist, Architect in EMC. Leading Cloud Management & Orchestration, Converged Infrastructure initiatives in EMC Office of CTO China. Thirteen patents related to cloud, SDDC and big data. One of the author of book Big Data Strategy, Technology and Application.


Thursday December 3, 2015 10:45 - 11:15
Salon 6

11:25

What's New in CF Services? And What Are Some Cool New Things You Can Do With CF Services? - Dr. Max, IBM & David Sabeti, Pivotal
This year (2015) has seen a series of key architectural changes to CF services. Mainly adding the ability for all service operations to be done asynchronously, adding arbitrary parameters to all service operations, and finally, externalizing credentials so that service keys can be created from a service without having to bind the service to an app. While seemingly a set of simple changes, in actuality these changes really result in "CF Services 3.0" where the space for user stories around all CF services that are supporting these features has just increase significantly. In this talk we will brush up on the technical details for these three CF services changes and give a laundry list of use cases that are made possible by these additions.

Speakers
D

David

Product Manager, Pivotal
I'm the Project Lead for the Release Integration team. Happy to talk about OSS CF and cf-deployment.
avatar for Michael (aka dr.max) Maximilien

Michael (aka dr.max) Maximilien

CTO of Cloud Advocacy, IBM


Thursday December 3, 2015 11:25 - 11:55
Salon 4

11:25

Monkeys & Lemurs and Locusts Oh My - Anti-Fragile Platforms - Sean Keery, Pivotal
Monkeys & Lemurs and Locusts Oh My - Anti-Fragile Platforms (Sean Keery, Pivotal) - Is the idea of a midnight meltdown keeping you up at night? Are the four levels of HA built into Cloud Foundry enough to put you at ease? Sean Keery will examine how leveraging a combination of exploratory testing practices, in concert with regular load and performance experiments, can simultaneously increase uptime and decrease release cycle times. He will demonstrate how operators can reduce platform risk by regularly injecting failure scenarios into BOSH deployed systems. Demonstrations of the Simian Army, Chaos Lemur and Locust.io tools will be presented. Sean will go beyond reliability, stability and availability to help your platform operations team build a continuous process improvement program which will prepare your production systems for the unexpected.

Speakers
avatar for Sean Keery

Sean Keery

Solutions Architect - Cloud Foundry, Pivotal
Sean Keery began hacking obscure video game systems at the age of 13. Sean then developed interpersonal skills while teaching snowboarding. Nowadays we've got Cloud Foundry, choreography, containers and plenty of io. Cluster deployments and IaaS independence occupy most days, while... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 11:25 - 11:55
Salon 5

11:25

On Building a Highly Available Cloud Foundry PostgreSQL Service - Xiujiao Gao and Wayne E. Seguin, Stark & Wayne
In this talk we cover how in just four months for our client, GE, we built an Open Source Highly Available PostgreSQL CF Service by utilizing various open source technologies together with custom daemons and deployed the end product as a BOSH release via Concourse Pipelines (Release & Deployment). We describe the architecture: the open source technologies used (and why we choose them), custom daemons, and pipelines. We also cover unique challenges we faced when building the desired features of this PostgreSQL service, features such as: CF SB Integration, High Availability, Fault Tolerance, Self Healing, Disaster Recovery, Multi-Data Center(AZ), Scaling Up and Scaling Out. Additionally, we will cover challenges which only revealed themselves under load within production and never within the confines of the release and development pipelines.

Speakers
avatar for Xiujiao Gao

Xiujiao Gao

Cloud Engineer, Stark & Wayne LLC
Xiujiao Gao is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering at the State University of New York at Buffalo (UB). She works at Stark & Wayne as a Cloud Engineer helping to deliver tremendous value to customers (such as GE). She is working on the Highly Available... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 11:25 - 11:55
Salon 6

12:05

Onboarding Your First CF Application with Resource Templates and Service Brokers - Thomas Shao, Bin Xia, and Rita Zhang, Microsoft
Cloud Foundry provides consistent user experience across cloud providers, this talk introduces the fundamentals and best practices on how a customer should be preparing onboarding to a new cloud provider, utilizing template to prepare the cloud environment, configuring the service brokers to manage services, etc.  We will also share the background on how a cloud provider interacts with Cloud Foundry platform. Using Azure as example, we will introduce the long term roadmap for Cloud Foundry on Azure.

Speakers
avatar for Bin Xia

Bin Xia

Microsoft
avatar for Rita Zhang

Rita Zhang

Principal Software Engineer 首席软件工程师, Microsoft
Rita Zhang is a Principal software engineer at Microsoft, based in San Francisco. She spends most of her days contributing to various open source projects as part of the Azure Cloud Native Compute engineering team. Rita is passionate about open source, running distributed workloads... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 12:05 - 12:35
Salon 4

12:05

Quickly Deploy Cloud Foundry through Automation - Shi Hui Bin, IBM
Cloud Foundry is being adopted by more and more companies for product development, test and operations. In many cases, users want to setup a Cloud Foundry environment quickly to check some new features, test some significant changes, verify the update or upgrade processes, etc. Automation is important for these kinds of needs.
IBM BlueMix is built on top of Cloud Foundry and has set up several dedicated environments for clients. We have an automation mechanism with necessary standardization to centrally manage the BlueMix environments located in different Data Centers in the world. With this, we are able to build the Cloud Foundry environment in a few hours with “ONE button” only. It also supports users to review log information from web UI for debugging and analysis.
In this session, I would like to share the experiences of the automation practice we are using and interact with the industry users on the best practices.

Thursday December 3, 2015 12:05 - 12:35
Salon 5

12:05

MSA, CF and Gaming - Younjin Jeong, Pivotal
Today's gaming industry is focusing on mobile, global, and handling massive number of users. There're number of requests from various clients via HTTP/s. MSA is very common in gaming architectures, and server-client communications are rely on HTTP. Cloud, HTTP, MSA are perfect fit to gaming, and Cloud Foundry could be a good platform to gaming industry who wants CSP free go-global. This session introduces how CF could be used for gaming industry. 

Speakers
YJ

Younjin Jeong

Pivotal
Worked in IT system operations and engineering for 15 years, specializing in distribute supercomputing infrastructures and open source based services. Can work with most UNIX-based systems, such as Solaris, AIX, HPUX machines. Also has fluency in Windows-based infrastructures such... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 12:05 - 12:35
Salon 6

12:45

Lunch
Thursday December 3, 2015 12:45 - 14:00
Shanghai City Bistro, Level 3

14:00

Lattice and Friends: The Future of Local Cloud Foundry Development - Keaty Gross, Pivotal and Colin Humphreys, CloudCredo
Lattice is a slimmer, meaner, fitter version of Cloud Foundry. This talk will cover how you can use Lattice, what’s missing from the full-fat Cloud Foundry, and how Lattice helps to explore the Cloud Foundry application lifecycle. We’ll also be looking at how Lattice helps with Cloud Foundry core development and provides a showcase of the latest Cloud Foundry components.

Speakers
avatar for Keaty Gross

Keaty Gross

Software Engineer, Pivotal
Keaty Gross is a Pivotal CF Engineering Manager, currently enjoying allocation to the Buildpacks team. She has given talks about (P)CF products at CF Summit in Santa Clara and Shanghai, as well as SpringOne Platform in Las Vegas.
avatar for Colin Humphreys

Colin Humphreys

CTO Cloud, Pivotal
As CTO for Cloud at Pivotal, Colin Humphreys is responsible for the company’s big picture strategy and roadmap for our cloud platform offerings. Colin joins Pivotal from its acquisition of CloudCredo, where Colin was co-founder and CEO. Colin led the installation of the first SLA-driven... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 14:00 - 14:30
Salon 4

14:00

Cloud Foundry Security Overview - Aliaksandr Prysmakou, Cloud Foundry Engineer, Altoros
Many first-time Cloud Foundry users are concerned about how safe it is to run applications in containers. This talk aims to dispel the fears by presenting and analyzing facts on different aspects of Cloud Foundry security. Specifically:

- Securing CF operations: separating access rights and deployments
- App security: using isolation and package signing to ensure that every piece of code deployed to CF has passed all the required tests
- SSL validation for custom domains: enabling custom domain names for different applications
- Compliance with security standards: PCI DSS and HIPAA
- Network packet filtering: how to manage/limit interactions between components and apps
- Authentication in CF: integration with LDAP

Speakers
avatar for Aliaksandr Prysmakou

Aliaksandr Prysmakou

Altoros
Aliaksandr Prysmakou is a Cloud Foundry/DevOps Engineer at Altoros. He is an expert in cloud automation and virtualization. As a member of a joint team formed by Canonical, Pivotal, and Altoros, Alex worked on automating Cloud Foundry deployment. He also contributed to extending BOSH... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 14:00 - 14:30
Salon 5

14:00

What CF is for Apps, is X for Backing Services - Julian Fischer, anynines
The Cloud Foundry runtime implements cloud requirements for applications such as waste reduction through automation, scalability, on-demand self-service and self-healing. After experiencing the comfort of deploying apps to the CF runtime, the logical next step is to ask for the implementation of these cloud features for Cloud Foundry backing services, e.g. MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, etc.

In this talk you will see a draft of an ideal Cloud Foundry service framework. Furthermore you will learn about technical realization challenges and receive an overview of possible architectural approaches.

A scoped implementation example will be presented demonstrating the use of Bosh as the deployment-backend for self-provisioning Cloud Foundry services and see how cf create-service rolls out highly available MongoDB clusters.

Speakers
JF

Julian Fischer

Julian Fischer is CEO of Avarteq GmbH, the company behind anynines. He is enthusiastic about lean thinking, agile and cloud. As a Ruby friend he fell in love with Cloud Foundry, early. By running Cloud Foundry for more than two years on VMware, AWS and OpenStack as well as researching... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 14:00 - 14:30
Salon 6

14:40

Deploy Your First Cloud Foundry App - Dave Nielsen, CloudCamp
I propose to lead a simple presentation (the explanation part of a workshop) to help non-developers and beginner developers "Deploy Your First Cloud Foundry App". In the workshop, I will show how to deploy an app on a Cloud Foundry Service Provider. I will give the attendees the choice of Pivotal Web Services or IBM Bluemix. After deploying the web app, I will show the attendees how to add a database to their web app. We will end with a demonstration suggestions for different programming languages like Express for Node.js, Spring Boot for Java, etc.

Speakers
avatar for Dave Nielsen

Dave Nielsen

Head of Ecosystem Programs, Redis Labs
Dave is looking to support anyone using or deploying Redis in Kubernetes


Thursday December 3, 2015 14:40 - 15:10
Salon 4

14:40

Cloud Foundry and ELK - Logging in the Clouds - David Laing, stayUp.io and Jack Wu, Pivotal
The Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana (ELK) stack is quickly becoming the go-to solution for open source logging and data analysis. In this presentation we will show you how you can integrate the ELK stack with Cloud Foundry to gain valuable insights into the platform and the applications running on top of it.

Speakers
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David Laing

stayUp.io
"A long time member of the Cloud Foundry community, David is a core contributor to BOSH and the leader of the opensource Logsearch (ELK + BOSH - http://logsearch.io) project. In collaboration with CloudCredo, David’s company stayUp.io provides commercial support for Logsearch and... Read More →
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疆 吴

Pivotal
My name is Jack Wu (吴疆)and I am a principle engineer in Pivotal Inc. I start my Bosh/CloudFoundry time from 2013 with a big data project. And from that time, I become more and more interesting in PaaS and CloudFoundry. Now I works in Pivotal Cloudops team to build the Pivotal... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 14:40 - 15:10
Salon 5

14:40

A Telecom Use Case with Cloud Foundry Deployment – An Analysis - Krishna Kumar and Dhilip Kumar, Huawei
Magento Community Edition is open source eCommerce software used to power hundreds of thousands of online stores. One of the telecom use case, a customized Maegento is used for mobile online stores with high end data traffic in Huawei. The Redis service is used for caching and persistence in this deployment. This presentation will look how such an Application can be moved to Cloud Foundry and leverage its features to enhance the performance overall. This real time user solution deployment with cloud foundry can be a case study for template for future adoption at various customer base. The presentation will discuss various scenarios explored and the best model selected for it.
The contents in the presentation includes:
Huawei use case for this app for telecom ecommerce
What are the issues considering moving this app to CF
The migration scenario with DEMO

Speakers
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Krishna Kumar

CNCF Ambassador & Architect Cloud, Huawei Technologies
Krishna Kumar is a CNCF Ambassador & Architect for Huawei Cloud. A Technology Leader in Cloud / Data Centers with 20 years experience @US, Asia-Pacific & India. He is leading a team developing cloud platforms and solutions specializing in IaaS, PaaS, OpenStack, Docker, Kubernetes... Read More →
DK

Dhilip Kumar Shankaranarayanan

System Architect, huawei
Engineer@Huawei PaaS team | Creator and Maintainer of the redis framework | Spoke at MesosCon 2016 NA | Spoke at Shanghai Cloud Foundry Summit 2015


Thursday December 3, 2015 14:40 - 15:10
Salon 6

15:20

Enabling Cloud Native Security with Multi-Tenant UAA - William Tran, Pivotal
UAA, as a core component of Cloud Foundry, is responsible for authenticating and authorizing requests between platform users (e.g. those that push apps) and platform components (e.g. the cloud controller). But when it came to doing auth for the apps you push and the end users of those apps, using the built-in UAA wasn't the best fit, and you could easily end up shooting yourself in the foot. Until now. This talk will guide you though UAA's new multi-tenancy features, and show you how to use the built-in UAA to create arbitrary authorization scenarios for your products without the danger of affecting the security of the core platform. With this level of freedom, you'll have complete and fine-grained control over who is allowed to access your product's components, and how those components are allowed to interact with one another.

Speakers
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Will Tran

Pivotal
Will Tran has been helping startups and enterprises harness the power of the Spring Framework for a decade. Will is currently working for Pivotal, building products for Cloud Foundry and contributing to open-source Spring. While working for Pivotal, Will has made major technical contributions... Read More →



Thursday December 3, 2015 15:20 - 15:50
Salon 4

15:20

Cloud Foundry Elastic Clusters - Mark Kropf, Pivotal
Motivation
CF Operators want the ability to isolate workloads across separate networks, iaas’s, and datacenters to meet compliance, availability, and cost requirements. CF Operators expect to achieve this isolation without the added overhead of managing multiple full installs of Cloud Foundry.

Goal
The goal of this set of features is to enable the cloud controller to address multiple runtime clusters and assign application placement by mapping a Cloud Foundry Space to a cluster. We intend to create a new bosh deployment, a Cloud Foundry Elastic Cluster, that includes the diego runtime components, routing tier, and logging components. The cloud controller will have added functionality to allow operators to manage Elastic Clusters of CF capacity via the api.

Speakers
MK

Mark Kropf

Pivotal
Mark Kropf has over a decade of experience in leading software engineering and infrastructure organizations. Prior to his current role as Director of Cloud Foundry Product Management at Pivotal, Mark served as GM of Emerging Technologies at Diebold, Inc. For several years, Mark has... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 15:20 - 15:50
Salon 5

15:20

Automating Everything via a Concourse Pipeline - Kimberly Johnson, Pivotal & Mark DeLillo, Pivotal
Pivotal Network (network.pivotal.io) is a Rails application that allows users to download PCF and Pivotal Data products. PivNet’s acceptance, staging, and production environments are currently running on Cloud Foundry.

The PivNet team has recently automated our builds, database backups, service integrations, smoke tests, and deployments using Concourse. This level of automation has enabled the team to move more quickly while delivering features to our customers, and has drastically reduced the amount of time spent on these processes.

Concourse has added reliability and stability to all of these processes while providing the team with a dashboard to see and better understand the exact state of each environment.

This talk will include an overview of how we achieved one-button, daily deployments to production via Concourse, as well as tips and tricks we learned along the way.

Speakers
MD

Mark DeLillo

Software Engineer, Pivotal
Mark DeLillo is the anchor of the PCF Dev team at Pivotal.
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Kimberly Johnson

Product Manager, Pivotal Labs
I'm a Product Manager at Pivotal Labs NYC. I was previously the PM of Pivotal Network (network.pivotal.io) and Pivotal Cloud Foundry's Project Greenhouse.



Thursday December 3, 2015 15:20 - 15:50
Salon 6

16:00

Break
Thursday December 3, 2015 16:00 - 16:30
Salon 1 -3 Foyer

16:30

Keynote: Microservices for enterprise with PaaS - Dr. Hewei Liu, Lead Architect, Huawei
Microservices is a new trend in enterprise for building applications. However,  enterprise faces many challenges in building distributed Microservices-based cloud native applications. These challenges include, not limited to,  how to define the boundary for a Microservice,  how to manage potentially large number of Microservices, how to secure them,  and how to manage Microservices dependency by an application. This presentation talks about how PaaS platform, including Clound Foundry, can help addressing the challenges, from service development,  deployment, discovery, binding, and monitoring and scaling.

Speakers
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Hewei Liu

Lead Architect, Huawei Technologies
Dr. Hewei Liu is the lead architect from Huawei PaaS cloud platform team. He has a great experience and interest in cloud computing, container and container network technologies, and one of pioneers  in building Huawei PaaS platform using Cloud Foundry technology.  He also is a... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 16:30 - 16:50
Salons 1 - 3

16:50

Keynote: From Plaything to Production, Duncan Johnston Watt, CEO & Founder, Cloudsoft
In this talk we discuss The Vision of Autonomic Computing paper by Jeffrey Kephart and David Chess first published over ten years ago; its continuing relevance today and its influence on the recently graduated Apache Brooklyn open source project. We then look at the Brooklyn Service Broker donated by Cloudsoft to the Cloud Foundry Foundation earlier this year and its role helping enterprises unlock the value of Cloud Foundry in production.

Speakers
avatar for Duncan Johnston-Watt

Duncan Johnston-Watt

CEO, Cloudsoft Corporation
A serial entrepreneur and industry visionary with over twenty years experience in the software industry. Prior to Cloudsoft Duncan was CTO at Enigmatec Corporation, the enterprise data center automation company he founded in 2001. A Computerworld Smithsonian Laureate for his pioneering... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 16:50 - 17:00
Salons 1 - 3

17:00

Keynote: State of Application Development with John Roese, CTO, EMC and Sam Ramji, CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation

Over the past year the adoption of the new technology stack and the adaption of Cloud Foundry continue to accelerate. John and Sam will be discussing the state of application development including:

  • Good, Bad, the Ugly - Lessons learned from teams adapting platform as a service
  • Cloud Native Application technology choices
  • Increasing industry capacity of CNA skilled IT professionals
  • Expanding the features of Cloud Foundry product

Cloud Foundry is enabling the next generation of application development and deployment. Cloud Foundry is developed and supported through the open source community and it is critical as a community we address these issues and enable the next generation of cloud native applications.


Speakers
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Sam Ramji

CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
A 20 year veteran of the Silicon Valley and Seattle technology scenes, Sam Ramji brings a wealth of business, product and open source experience to the CEO role. He has led strategy for API powerhouse Apigee, designed and led Microsoft’s open source strategy and drove product strategy... Read More →
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John Roese

Cloud Foundry Board Chairman and EMC Global CTO, EMC Corporation
John Roese is the Chief Technology Officer of EMC Corporation. This role will play a key role in shaping EMC’s technology strategy as the company embarks on its next phase of growth and leadership across three of the most transformative trends in the history of IT – Cloud, Big... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 17:00 - 17:20
Salons 1 - 3

17:20

Keynote: Fuel Service, Inspire Innovation, Solo Lv, Product Director, Cloud Group, HPE
Shape your future of business service from any stage with Helion PaaS

Our conversation is usually about infrastructure, but we’re moving to concerns about 
apps. Because apps, soul of the enterprise business, is the essence of Idea Economy. 
However, with each new app that has unique requirements the cost of operations and 
maintenance goes up.  Enterprises often have 10ks of apps and the number is rising. 
Some apps are subject to regulations, others can run anywhere. It’s not sufficient to 
empower JUST developers… 
Enterprises need a solution that fits in their environment and requirements on apps. HPE 
Helion PaaS is such a reliable, proven, modern way to deploy and manage applications 
more easily. As an enterprise grade Platform-as-a-Service, HPE Helion PaaS includes: 
1) HPE Helion Stackato—it addresses the problem of cloud vendor lock-in with an open, 
interoperable platform, which is based on the industry-leading open-source Cloud 
Foundry, by abstracting out the complexities of the cloud underpinnings for developers. 
2) Helion Development Platform—It is available as an optional add-on for HPE Helion 
OpenStack or HPE Helion CloudSystem. HPE Helion Development Platform provides 
highly available integrated application services and is built for HPE Helion OpenStack. It 
is ideal for production applications and dev/ test environments.

Speakers
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Solo Lv

Product Director, Cloud Group, HPE


Thursday December 3, 2015 17:20 - 17:40
Salons 1 - 3

17:40

Closing Remarks - Sam Ramji, CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Sam Ramji

Sam Ramji

CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
A 20 year veteran of the Silicon Valley and Seattle technology scenes, Sam Ramji brings a wealth of business, product and open source experience to the CEO role. He has led strategy for API powerhouse Apigee, designed and led Microsoft’s open source strategy and drove product strategy... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 17:40 - 17:50
Salons 1 - 3