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With Swetha Repakula (Software Enggr, IBM) & Nima Kaviani (Sr Cloud Enggr, IBM Cloud Labs).
Monday, April 16, 2018 at 06:30 PM    Cost: Absolutely Free
IBM Cloud Garage at Galvanize, 303 Spring Steet
 
     
 
 
              

              

 
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As an application developer your concerns generally involve provisioning & maintaining services that provide you with a persistent data store, a message bus, a search or discovery tool, & a plethora of other services that easily integrate with your application. With the evolution of cloud services, it has become easier than ever before to provision & attach these services to your applications. Particularly in the context of cloud platforms (PaaS), existing solutions like Cloud Foundry & Kubernetes offer implementations of the Open Service Broker API as an elegant way to provide, provision, & attach services to applications running on top of these platforms with minimal efforts.

Are you thinking of migrating your applications to a Cloud Foundry or Kubernetes platform? Are you already using these platforms?Are you interested in connecting your applications to a SQL database you dont have to deploy yourself? Do you need a message bus but you dont know how to set it up? Come join us for an interesting session where we will bring up & register a service broker with Cloud Foundry & attach it to CF container runtime. We will demonstrate how your applications can seamlessly connect & switch services when using a service broker.

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630pm - Doors Open630-7pm - Networking, food, & drinks7pm-830pm - Presentation830-9pm - Networking9pm - Doors Close

PRESENTER/BIO(s)

Swetha Repakula has been working in IBM's Open Technologies division for the last two & half years. Since November 2017, she has been working on the Hyperledger Fabric, an open source Blockchain platform, specifically the EVM integration. Previously she was a full time open source contributor for Cloud Foundry. Working as a CF committer, she had the opportunity to directly work with engineers from different companies & witness how corporations can come together & effectively cooperate to contribute to open source technology.

Nima Kaviani is a cloud engineer with IBM & a contributor to CF Diego. Nima holds a PhD in computer science & tweets & blogs about Cloud Foundry, distributed systems, block chain, conversational bots, & technology in general. On the side Nima enjoys skiing, diving, & surfing.

 
 
 
 
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