Zero to 12 Million - Brendan Aye, T-Mobile

December 8, 2017
T-Mobile wanted Cloud Foundry, and they wanted it quickly. The target was an application receiving 12 million daily calls running on the platform in three months. With no IaaS and complicated politics, were they able to meet their deadline? This talk will focus on some of the unexpected problems (technical and otherwise) that you may encounter in a large enterprise and how to address them. Slides: TBA Brendan Aye, Principal Cloud Foundry Platform Architect, T-Mobile Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2017
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