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Cloud Foundry’s Abby Kearns Talks Inclusion, Interfaces

27 Jun 2017 2:00pm, by

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.

Look For More Open Source Extensions With Cloud Foundry This Year

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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.

The Cloud Foundry Foundation is a sponsor of The New Stack.