Cloud Foundry PaaS on Azure Kubernetes

English Intermediate Containers

In this session, learn how to install cf-for-k8s on Azure Kubernetes clusters. This will help transform your complex K8s workflows into simple ones for developers who can deploy to Kubernetes with a single command! The Cloud Foundry developer experience is time-tested and has brought many efficiency, security, and com[pliance benefits to large enterprise-grade deployments. This CF experience is being ported to Kubernetes infrastructure now, and teams of all shapes and sizes can benefit from a simplified and elegant interface to their K8s infrastructure. The talk will explore the process of installation and demonstrate a few sample application deployments.


Ram Iyengar

Developer Advocate at the Cloud Foundry Foundation

Ram Iyengar is an engineer by practice and an educator at heart. He was (cf) pushed into technology evangelism along his journey as a developer and hasn’t looked back since! He enjoys helping engineering teams around the world discover new and creative ways to work. He is a proponent of community-first product development.

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