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Tuesday, November 3 • 11:25 - 11:55
Cloud Foundry for Windows Developers - Mark Kropf, Pivotal & Gert Drapers, HP

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In this talk we’ll cover the following:

History of .NET support in CF
The launch and objective of the greenhouse project
MSFT now directly supporting development
Centurylink contributed all of ironfoundry code
HP contributed all of their Helion .NET support
Multiple foundation members with MSFT develop windows native containers in Windows 2012R2
A look at how Diego enables adding new stacks like Windows
very clean abstractions that avoid the porting required pre-diego
all cell components function as is on windows (yay)
garden api provides the bridge from CF into windows specific functionality
buildpack no longer required
Surprise, lattice just works
Demo lattice pushing windows apps (with work to be completed for native ltc windows push)
Spotlight of customers/users of the .NET bits today
Nod to MSFT oss'ing core .NET framework and the IBM contributed .NET mono build

Speakers
avatar for Gert Drapers

Gert Drapers

VP Engineering, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Gert Drapers is the VP Engineering of the HPE Helion Cloud Native Application Platform, where he is building and delivering a multi-cloud enterprise grade cloud native application development and hosting platform based on Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes, Docker and other evolving technologies.
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Mark Kropf

Pivotal
Mark Kropf has over a decade of experience in leading software engineering and infrastructure organizations. Prior to his current role as Director of Cloud Foundry Product Management at Pivotal, Mark served as GM of Emerging Technologies at Diebold, Inc. For several years, Mark has played an instrumental role in the growth and success of Cloud Foundry since his first involvement in early 2011. | | https://twitter.com/markkropf... Read More →


Tuesday November 3, 2015 11:25 - 11:55
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