Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes

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Hi Kubernauts,

next round can begin. This time CGI Deutschland in Stuttgart is our host. We've got two great speaker: Harald Uebele From (IBM Watson & Cloud Platform) and Matthias Haeussler (NovaTec Consulting GmbH) .

6:30 pm - Admission & Welcome
7:00 pm - Harald Uebele: Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes: either or?
7:45 pm - Matthias Haeussler: Comparison of the Cloud Foundry Application Runtime and Kubernetes Approach
8:15 pm - Food & Drinks & Networking

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Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes: either or?

Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes are considered competitors in the area of
container orchestration. This should change with two projects: Eirini and
CF Containerization. They will allow Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry apps to run side by side on a Kubernetes cluster: Then it will be "Both" and no
longer "Either or" because both have their strong sides.

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Comparison of the Cloud Foundry Application Runtime and Kubernetes Approach

This talk shows best practices how to deploy and operate on a Cloud platform fast.

Platform and Container as a Service layers (PaaS/CaaS) enable developers to deliver the functionality of their code to end users in a fast way.
The technologies with the highest adoption rate for each approach are currently Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes.

Fundamental difference between both approaches is the abstraction layer. While the focus is on the application in Cloud Foundry, it is on the container in Kubernetes.
This talk gives an analysis what kind of a difference this makes for a developer that has to deploy the software using both technologies.

It will show on the basis of a Spring Boot microservice application which steps you need to take to get it configured and running on either platform approach.
The analysis will also cover connection to backing services, scaling, recovery from failure, zero-downtime deployment, logging and monitoring.

Frist Talk: Introduction to Cloud Foundry and to Project Eirini
Speaker: Harald Uebele (Technical Sales Specialist, IBM Watson & Cloud Platform)

Second Talk: Comparison of the Cloud Foundry Application Runtime and Kubernetes Approach
Speaker: Matthias Haeussler (Managing Consultant, NovaTec Consulting GmbH)

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If you have any questions, please feel free to ask in the comment section below.

See you there!