At the end of an action-packed Cloud Foundry Summit Silicon Valley 2017 earlier this month, Abby Kearns, the Cloud Foundry Foundation executive director, sat down with TNS founder Alex Williams to ponder a very challenging year ahead. Kubo, the platform’s new lifecycle manager that integrates Kubernetes, is now production-ready. And while you’d expect such a move to draw attention and participation from Google, Microsoft coming closer into the fold — as the Foundation’s newest gold-level member, changes the ball game somewhat.
Listen now to “Look For More Open Source Extensions With Cloud Foundry This Year,” on The New Stack Makers podcast.
In This Edition:
1:26: Wrapping up Cloud Foundry Summit Silicon Valley 2017.
2:04: Discussing the Service Broker API and Kubo.
3:37: The significance of Microsoft coming into the Cloud Foundry Foundation.
4:49: Diversity and inclusiveness at Cloud Foundry Foundation.
6:40: Themes for the rest of 2017 at Cloud Foundry Foundation.
9:36: What else Kearns is looking forward to this year.
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