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Cloud Foundry Day NA 2024

event date

15 May 2024


New York City, New York, United States

Cloud Foundry has been powering applications in the cloud for over a decade now and empowering developers to deploy apps easily. We’re celebrating our technical and community achievements by bringing our community of engineers together at Cloud Foundry Day (NA 2024), which will be held in midtown Manhattan in the heart of New York.

Cloud Foundry Day is designed to be a day of learning and sharing. The talks at the event will be designed to educate and inform the community about the current activities of the various working groups. The event will also showcase new and interesting experiments conducted by engineering teams working with Cloud Foundry and also shine the spotlight on initiatives pushing the boundaries for Cloud Foundry.

This event is hosted by the Cloud Foundry Foundation, with the technical community, end-users, and member companies in attendance.

Suggested Topics

  • Working Group Updates
  • Specific projects that make up CF (e.g., kpack, Jammy Jellyfish Stemcell Migration, Paketo Buildpacks)
  • Specific aspects of a CF project (e.g., Performance tuning cflinuxfs4, securing app workloads on Korifi)
  • Features of the Future (e.g., supply chain security for BOSH) 

Types of Submissions

  • Session Presentations (25 minutes)
  • Working Group Updates (10 minutes)
  • Lightning Talks (5 minutes) 
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Call for Papers
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05 Feb 2024

Call closes at 11:59 PM

03 Mar 2024

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  • CFP Opens: Tuesday, February 6
  • CFP Close: Sunday, March 3 at 11:59 PM ET
  • CFP Notifications: Tuesday, March 12
  • Schedule Announced: Wednesday, March 13
  • Event Date: Wednesday, May 15

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