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Stackato and the cloud foundry ecosystem

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Since its inception, ActiveState has been leveraging the Cloud Foundry open source project for its own cloud application platform, Stackato. With the release of Cloud Foundry v2 last year and the …

Since its inception, ActiveState has been leveraging the Cloud Foundry open source project for its own cloud application platform, Stackato. With the release of Cloud Foundry v2 last year and the recent formation of the Cloud Foundry foundation, Cloud Foundry has developed a strong ecosystem in the Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) market and is becoming the defacto for open source PaaS.

In this webinar, ActiveState Technology Evangelists, Phil Whelan and John Wetherill, will provide an overview of the Cloud Foundry ecosystem as well as ActiveState's role in the project. Join us to learn more about:

The history of Cloud Foundry
Who is involved
Cloud Foundry v1 vs Cloud Foundry v2
ActiveState's role in Cloud Foundry Ecosystem
The Cloud Foundry Community Advisory Board (CAB)
What the Cloud Foundry foundation will be
Key features and who is driving them
Future developments and directions of the projects
Technical elements of Cloud Foundry (Docker vs Warden / Diego)
Why Cloud Foundry is the best bet for the future of PaaS

Visit http://www.activestate.com/webinars/stackato-and-cloud-foundry-ecosystem to watch the complete webinar

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  • 1. Stackato and the Cloud Foundry Ecosystem Phil Whelan Technology Evangelist @philwhln John Wetherill Technology Evangelist @bcferrycoder March 2014
  • 2. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Presenters Phil Whelan Technology Evangelist @philwhln John Wetherill Technology Evangelist @bcferrycoder
  • 3. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Agenda History Community and ecosystem structure Extended Ecosystem Events and getting involved Why choose Cloud Foundry?
  • 4. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Recent Events
  • 5. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 History 2011 - VMware announces Cloud Foundry 2012 - First commercial offerings 2013 - Project moves to Pivotal 2013 - Advisory board announced 2014 - Foundation announced
  • 6. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Players Pivotal IBM HP (via ActiveState) Intel Rackspace VMware EMC ActiveState CenturyLink SAP
  • 7. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Advisory Board (CAB) What is it? Who’s on it? What’s its purpose? Where/when does it meet? How can I participate?
  • 8. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Foundation "We have been working on how we can open up Cloud Foundry as a foundation and put it in a place to be owned and developed as a shared industry asset. The hope is to have the foundation officially launched later this year." - Adrian Coyle, Pivotal. February 26, 2014
  • 9. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 CFv1 vs CFv2 More RESTFUL More DRY Lighter and simpler Thorough test-suite Improved handling of logging and exceptions More extensible platform to build off Generally a better API, internally and externally
  • 10. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Extended Ecosystem Infrastructure and orchestration Sysadmin Tools Buildpacks Containerization technologies Core Services External Services Developer Tools
  • 11. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Containerization Ecosystem LXC, cgroups and Union Filesystems Warden Docker Iron Foundry Uhuru Deigo and Garden (and Docker) Decker
  • 12. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Who’s Using Cloud Foundry Today? Vendors Hosting Providers Telcos Enterprise Customers
  • 13. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Getting Involved vcap-dev@cloudfoundry.org CAB Meetings https://github.com/cloudfoundry http://cloudfoundry.org
  • 14. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Platform CF 2013
  • 15. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Summit 2014
  • 16. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | #stackato | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Why Cloud Foundry? Active project Big players Proven commercial offerings Growing!!
  • 17. Learn more: http://www.cloudfoundry.org http://www.activestate.com/stackato