Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 5th and 6th 2013
Elisabeth wrote her first line of code in 1980; moments later, she found her first bug. Since then her career has run the gamut of software development: programming, test automation, technical writing, quality engineering, management, and coaching. She ran a small consultancy from 1997 through 2012. In 2003, she learned how to do Agile for real from Pivotal Labs. She joined Pivotal full time in 2012 and now works on Cloud Foundry full time.
Cloud Foundry is an open source Platform as a Service (PaaS). Companies around the world have deployed it to support speed of delivery and instantaneous scalability of their applications. Come see how it works from the inside out, watching what happens in the internals when you push your application to the cloud. You'll learn about the components inside Cloud Foundry and see them coordinate to manage the state of an application. You'll also see how containers enforce usage quotas and keep noisy neighbors well-behaved. You'll also see how you can get started with standing up your very own instance of Cloud Foundry in your environment.