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Monday, May 11 • 11:25am - 11:55am
Running Cloud Foundry at Comcast

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There are several choices that you need to make when deploying cloud foundry for a large enterprise. Not only must it be able to handle load and scale, but it must be built to suit the needs of several different application designs. We have achieved this at Comcast. From designing a scalable HAProxy layer that can grow seamlessly with our tenant capacity, to building service brokers that broaden its value, to working with application teams so they understand cloud-ready architectures. We have a successful implementation that spans several distinct application teams. And it has broad appeal from our internal customers. Join us in a presentation of some of our successes and lessons learned along the way.

Highlights:
·Implementing logging service brokers using Docker and OpenStack.
·Building a software load balancing solution that scales.
·Building up support organizations for operating PaaS

Speakers
avatar for Neville George

Neville George

Senior Engineer, Cloud Engineering, Comcast
I am part of the Cloud Engineering team which engineers solutions for disciplines such as SAN, Storage, Backups and Virtualization at Comcast . We provide IaaS and PaaS for internal Comcast customers. Automation is definitely my strong suit and I dedicate most of my time (on and off hours) to it. Looking forward to meeting all of you at the Summit!!
avatar for Tim Leong

Tim Leong

Principal Architect, Comcast Cable
Cloud Engineer at Comcast. Currently working on supporting and operating Pivotal Cloud Foundry and many other Cloud initiatives at Comcast. Last year, I spoke at the CF summit about our journey towards production. This year, we are running production workloads, and the platform is successful under our watch.


Monday May 11, 2015 11:25am - 11:55am
Great America Ballroom J

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