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You may already know that SUSE Cloud Application Platform, our flagship application delivery solution, brings advanced Cloud Foundry productivity to modern Kubernetes infrastructure, helping software development and operations teams to streamline lifecycle management of traditional and new cloud native applications.  But how much more do you know about it?  How exactly is SUSE Leading the Way to Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes Integration? What makes SUSE Cloud Application Platform different from other Cloud Foundry distributions?  Why do we describe it as unique, modern, and practical?

Next week, April 18-20, at the Cloud Foundry Summit in Boston, you’ll have a terrific opportunity to ask all the questions you’d like, to hear our big news(!) first, to see demos, listen to technical sessions, and engage directly with our product engineers and technology experts.  If you haven’t done so already, register today (grab a 20% discount from SUSE first), and join us in Boston!

Use this handy guide to make sure you don’t miss any of the SUSE action:

Wednesday,  April 18th

ISV Day

Wednesday, April 18, 9:00am-3:00pm

Meeting Room 154

Steven Canova, SUSE director of ISV relations, and SUSE technical team welcome ISVs to the Cloud Foundry ecosystem with ISV program and technical guidance

 

Keynote appearance: SUSE News

Wednesday, April 18, 3:30pm

Ballroom East/West

Thomas Di Giacomo, SUSE CTO, will join Cloud Foundry Foundation Executive Director Abby Kearns to talk about big news from SUSE!

 

Thursday,  April 19th

Keynote demo of Stratos UI with Troy Topnik, Product Manager

Thursday April, 19, 9:45am-9:55am

Ballroom East/West

Troy Topnik, SUSE Cloud Application Platform senior product manager, will introduce the latest Cloud Foundry Extensions Project, Stratos UI

 

Introduction to the Experiments & Extensions Track

Thursday, April 19, 11:15am-11:25

Meeting Room 253A

Jeff Hobbs, SUSE engineering director and track co-chair, will introduce the Experiments and Extensions sessions track – get ready for great material here!

 

Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes – Will It Blend?

Thursday, April 19, 5:25pm-5:55pm

Meeting Room 210B

Jeff Hobbs, SUSE engineering director, will join a distinguished panel of community leaders to discuss the topic on everyone’s mind: Will it Blend?

 

Friday,  April 20th

Stratos UI – An Open Source UI for Cloud Foundry

Friday, April 20, 11:30am-12:00pm

Meeting Room 210B

Troy Topnik, SUSE Cloud Application Platform senior product manager, will go into depth with a technical session on Stratos UI

 

Demo Theater – A New Cloud Foundry Approach for the Modern Enterprise

Friday, April 20, 1:35pm – 1:55pm

Demo Theater

Troy Topnik, SUSE Cloud Application Platform senior product manager, will bring it all to life in this demo.  Watch this for a great intro to the product!

 

Gold Sponsor Lighting Talk: SUSE and Cloud Foundry

Friday, April 20, 3:00pm – 3:05pm

Meeting Room 258B

Jeff Hobbs, SUSE engineering director, will share a quick roundup of SUSE’s work in the Cloud Foundry ecosystem, from upstream contributions to innovative developments


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