Cloud Foundry Summit Europe: Why Kubernetes Should be Boring

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The developer will certainly face new challenges when making the switch to a cloud native platform. The process might include, for example, learning how to add code to Kubernetes clusters or mastering the mechanics of etcd and kubectlis. The power and scaling flexibility a cloud native platform and Kubernetes offer, among other things, are often worth more than developers’ investment in time and resources when adopting these technologies. And yet. What developers are usually more concerned about is the business goals they need to achieve. They will likely care less what the underlying infrastructure is as much as it can be used to create code that might improve their organization’s bottom line, or for a public institution, better meet the needs of a citizen. In this episode of The New Stack Analysts recorded at the 2019 European Cloud Foundry Summit in The Hague, The Netherlands, this month where the business needs of developers and the role of the Cloud Foundry community were dicussed — and debated. Hosted by Alex Williams, The New Stack founder and editor-in-chief and co-hosted by Devin Davis, vice president of marketing, Cloud Foundry Foundation, the panelists were: Abby Kearns, executive director, Cloud Foundry Foundation Michael Cote, marketing director, Pivotal Tammy Van Hove, distinguished engineer, IBM Udo Seidel, Tech Writer, Heise iX

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