Ten Pivotal Customers to Speak at Cloud Foundry Summit May 11-12

April 20, 2015 Abby Kearns


In less than a month Pivotal, along with 1,500 of Cloud Foundry community members, will come together in Santa Clara, California for the 3rd annual Cloud Foundry® Summit. Having been at every Summit since its inception, we’ve had a front row seat to the community’s growth and can tell you this will be far and away, the best Summit yet.

Today, we’re excited to announce that 10 Pivotal customers will be speaking at this year’s show along with 10 talks from members of the our core Cloud Foundry team. The customers whose transformation stories you will be able hear include: Allstate, Comcast, Verizon, GE, Corelogic, Lockheed Martin, Humana, Garmin, Kroger, and EMC.

You can see a list of the Pivotal talks scheduled below, or go here to see the full agenda. Click on any of the topics listed to get a jumpstart on building out your schedule for the event.

If you haven’t registered for the Cloud Foundry Summit yet, we encourage you to do so here. We hope to see you at Summit this year.

Pivotal Customer Sessions

Developing the Freedom to Disrupt – Allstate Insurance Company

Running Cloud Foundry at Comcast

Building a Case for Transformational Change – Verizon

Cloud Foundry for the Internet of (Really Important) Things – GE Software

Lessons Learned from Corelogic’s Year of Agile Development – Corelogic

Managing Cultural Transformation at Lockheed Martin

Consumerizing Healthcare through Lean + Agile Digital Product Development – Humana

Leaving Your Comfort Zone – Garmin and Cloud Foundry

The Start of Kroger’s Journey to Cloud Foundry

Why We Picked Cloud Foundry as the Basis for our Public Cloud Multi-Tenant Platform – EMC

Pivotal Team Sessions

Welcome to the Cloud Native Enterprise – James Watters Keynote

Resource Management Ecosystem and Cloud Foundry – A Review of the State of the Art

A Developer’s Perspective on Cloud Foundry Operations: One Month in the Trenches

The Road to Persistence on Cloud Foundry Diego

Diego Update

Next steps in the Cloud Foundry API and why 3 > 2

Deploying Microservice Architectures with Cloud Foundry

Lessons Learned Making Cloud Foundry Highly Available

Cloud Foundry Service Brokers Updates: Async provisions, service keys, and any params

Using Service Brokers to Manage Data Lifecycle

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