Networking is an investment in your business. It takes time and when done correctly can yield great results for years to come.
We (anynines) have organized Cloud Foundry Summit Unconference since 2016 and starting from 2017, we are planning this event together with our passionate co-organizer, EngineerBetter.
It’s our (us and EngineerBetter) passion to bring together the Cloud Foundry community and encourage newcomers and experts to speak out.
In this article, you will learn more about CFSummit Unconference EU 2020.
The event platform will open Tuesday, October 20 at 11:30am CEST (UTC+2):
Virtual Event Platform Link
It’s that time of the year again when the Cloud Foundry community gathers together at Cloud Foundry Summit to share knowledge and learn from each other.
This time at:
Cloud Foundry Summit EU Virtual
October 21-22, 2020
Simplifying The Developer Experience
Despite the current pandemic, we all are trying to keep Cloud-Native connected via online events. Networking is the key here.
Why is networking important?
Here’s a list for you:
Authors: Matthew Doherty, Philipp Kuntz, Robert Gogolok
When extending the Kubernetes API with CustomResourceDefinitions you’ll come across the dilemma to clean up external resources when deleting a custom resource. Although you can create a custom resource simply to store and retrieve structured data, most of the time there is some entity involved, like custom controllers. The controller will manage this resource and create other external resources to handle the semantics of that resource. Those external resources should not live forever once the custom resource does not exist anymore.
In the following text, we’ll work with a custom resource example that represents a data service instance.