How to Build Spring Services for Cloud-Native Platforms - Matthew McNeeney, Sam Gunaratne

December 14, 2017
The Open Service Broker API, a collaboration between Google, Red Hat, IBM, Pivotal and more, allows developers to deliver their services to applications running on multiple platforms across multiple clouds. After providing an introduction to cloud-native applications and the need for stateful services, we will explain how the Open Service Broker API project can help Spring developers build a variety of services that can be deployed once and consumed anywhere. We will then run a live demo where we build and deploy a service broker in Spring and consume it in via the Cloud Foundry marketplace. Slides: TBA Matthew McNeeney, Senior Product Manager, Pivotal Sam Gunaratne, Software Engineer, Pivotal Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2017
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