For the meetup/mini-conference, this quarter, we have Cerner improving developer experience and Intrado talking about King Concourse! After the presentations and giveaways, stick around for drinks and food, sponsored by Redis Labs because the "Hallway Track" is always the best part!
Introductions: 3:00 - 3:30p
Speaker 1: 3:30 - 4:00p
Improve Developer Experience / Cerner: 4:00 - 4:30p
King Concourse / Intrado: 4:30 - 5:00p
Hallway Track sponsored by Redis Labs:
Networking / Food / Social / Drinks : 5p - 7p
Mason McElroy is a Lead Engineer at Intrado creating automation to rapidly deploy PCF foundations to the cloud. Mason lives on 10 acres with his wife, 4 children, 3 goats, and however many chickens the coyotes decided to leave.
Mark Willoughby is a Lead Engineer on the Reliability Engineering team at Intrado (Formerly known as West Corporation). With over 12 years of experience in System Administration and Automation, he continues to enjoy learning new technologies and scripting languages as well as the intricate differences between the major public cloud providers. Recent projects are building automation to deploy Concourse (backed by Vault), PCF, and required service tiles to any IAAS using a generic set of pipelines. He enjoys trying to automate himself out of a job, SCUBA Diving, and working on the family farm.
Bryan Kelly: Since joining Cerner in 2007, Bryan has implemented, designed, and automated interop solutions across Network IP. He is an avid user and advocate of open source frameworks and is actively using several to contemporize the cloud strategy for Network IP. Recent projects include uplifting Cerner Direct Web Inbox, Cerner Direct Referrals, and portions of Cerner Direct to a microservices architecture. In addition to his internal contributions, Bryan actively participates in the open source community as a technical reviewer and consistent contributor to Concourse, CloudFoundry, BOSH, MySQL, Spring Boot, Spring Cloud and Netflix OSS. Currently, Bryan is establishing an open source, cloud native ecosystem centered around leveraging Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) to continuously deliver apps and services to both Cerner’s on-prem and public cloud infrastructures of choice.