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Tuesday, May 12 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Panel Discussion: Buildpacks and Containers for Cloud Foundry

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Buildpacks, or their equivalent, are at the core most modern PaaS solutions. They are the recipe that build the application stack and leave the application developer to only have to care about their code. Buildpacks are open-source and each define a tried-and-tested way to deploy a specific programming language runtime or framework, and configure or compile the application.

With the advent of portable containerization solutions like Docker we're seeing a shift in what PaaS users are expecting the developer's interface to the PaaS to be. They want to bring their pre-built applications and have the option to deploy those same pre-built applications anywhere.

Join us for a panel discussion covering the history of Cloud Foundry's support for buildpacks, it's internal use of container technologies, the future of container format support in the runtime, and a healthy debate about the merits of each approach.

Moderators
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Dr Nic Williams

CEO, Stark & Wayne
Dr Nic Williams has been working with, contributing to, documenting and teaching Cloud Foundry and BOSH since April 2012. He is perhaps the most prolific contributor across all open source code bases associated with Cloud Foundry & BOSH, and is one of the most active participants in community events, CAB calls and forums. He is the CEO of Stark & Wayne, the premier consultancy for enterprise Cloud Foundry.

Speakers
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Julian Friedman

IBM
Julian Friedman, is an IBMer working on the Cloud Foundry Garden project, which is Cloud Foundry's container technology. Julian previously worked on the Cloud Foundry Runtime team and was the first IBMer to take part in the Cloud Foundry Dojo program. Before Cloud Foundry Julian worked on IBM Watson - the jeopardy playing computer - and before that on many, many IBM Cloud projects. He also recently completed a doctorate focusing on Map/Reduce, so... Read More →
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Colin Humphreys

Pivot, Pivotal
Colin has more than fifteen years’ experience delivering working solutions and saving failing projects. He is passionate about Cloud Computing, DevOps, Continuous Delivery and PaaS. Colin delivers tooling to the Cloud Foundry community, is a regular speaker on PaaS-related topics, and is a member of Cloud Foundry's Technical Advisory Board.
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Phil Whelan

Software Architect, ActiveState
I work on Stackato, a commercial version of the Cloud Foundry open source PaaS project which is also built on-top of Docker. Interested in all things cloud and I can often be seen writing blog posts for ActiveState.


Tuesday May 12, 2015 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Hall A-2

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