Friday 17th May, 2013
1:00pm to 2:00pm
Cloud Foundry is an open PaaS project that has been gaining in popularity. One of the cool Cloud Foundry related tools is called Micro Cloud Foundry (AKA “cloud on a stick”). It allows developers to run a lightweight Cloud Foundry environment on their development machine. This session will give a quick introduction to the Cloud Foundry platform and highlight the benefits (and limitations) of using Micro Cloud Foundry in the development of cloud based applications. The examples will primarily be shown in Java, but Micro Cloud Foundry can be used for Scala, Node.js, and Ruby as well.
Consultant in the Cardinal Solutions Group Java Practice bio from Twitter
Greg Zimmer is a Practice Manager at Cardinal Solutions Group, focusing on bringing value to the enterprise through the application of best practices across a variety of technologies. He has over a decade of experience as a developer in environments ranging from start ups to large enterprises. His technical expertise ranges across traditional enterprise Java development, mobile application development, agile development practices, and beyond. When he’s not working, he likes to go racing in parking lots.
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