Are you a Cloud.gov customer—or potential customer—interested in how Cloud.gov can simplify and accelerate your development organizations? In this guided demonstration, we walk you through the basics of using the core Cloud.gov platform called Cloud Foundry— an open source cloud application platform. We highlight the simplicity that Cloud Foundry brings to developer workflows through its use of high-level abstractions and APIs, and discuss the impact of using cloud.gov and Cloud Foundry on a developer’s responsibilities.
In this session, we will start by deploying an application to Cloud.gov. We will then provision a database instance and connect the app to it. We will then scale the application before programmatically killing an app instance and observing one of the resiliency features of the platform.
While this session will focus on developer interactions, it is ideal for anyone interested in how Cloud.gov technology differs from other platforms and cloud offerings.
Steve Greenberg is an industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience in the architecture, operations, and development of custom applications. He is a proud Cloud Foundry Ambassador, an active member of the Cloud Foundry community, a technical advisor to the Cloud Foundry Foundation, and the recipient of the Cloud Advocate community award. A frequent open source contributor, he is the original author of the Spring Cloud Service Broker. He is currently working on the cloud.gov team as a platform operator (contractor).
A regular speaker at conferences, unconferences, and meetups, Steve was invited to be a keynote speaker at the Cloud Foundry Summit in Basel in 2018.
- Try cloud.gov for free — Follow this guide to create an account and deploy a sample app in your own free sandbox.
- Learn more about Cloud.gov
- Cloud Foundry
- Cloud Foundry Tutorial
- Cloud Foundry on GitHub