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07:30AM - 05:00PM

registration

09:00AM - 05:00PM

pre-conference training (optional add-on)

Pivotal Training offers a series of hands-on, technical courses prior to SpringOne Platform. Classes are scheduled two full days before the conference and provide you and your team an opportunity to receive in-depth, lab-based training across some of the latest Pivotal technologies.
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07:30AM - 07:30PM

registration

09:00AM - 05:00PM

pre-conference training (optional add-on)

Pivotal Training offers a series of hands-on, technical courses prior to SpringOne Platform. Classes are scheduled two full days before the conference and provide you and your team an opportunity to receive in-depth, lab-based training across some of the latest Pivotal technologies.
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10:00AM - 01:45PM

Room 2004

google workshop: designing scalable microservices for the cloud (optional)

Personal laptops are required. Please arrive early to guarantee your space. Seating is limited.
In this lab, you'll quickly create several microservices with Spring Boot and adopt some of the best practices around tracing, configuration management, and integration with other parts of the system with integration patterns. To accomplish this, we'll use Spring Cloud Sleuth, Zipkin, Config Server, and Spring Integration to build a messaging pipeline.
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This is great when running applications on-premise. But what do you do when you move to the cloud? Cloud Native is not just about migrating from bare-metal workload to VM-based workload! Cloud Native applications can adapt to the new environments that are fully managed and require less to no manual operation.

From the lab, you'll learn how to replace the external dependencies that you would need to maintain and operate yourself with fully managed services on Google Cloud Platform. Through the use of the new Spring Cloud GCP starters, we can quickly replace RDBMS like MySQL, Queues like RabbitMQ, Trace stores like Zipkin, and centralized Config Server with no-op managed services.

Ultimately, you'll learn how to design a globally scalable system with technologies that had been long used internally within Google and are now available at developers' fingertips.
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01:00PM - 06:00PM

Room 2012

apache geode at springone platform (optional)

Please arrive early to guarantee your space. Seating is limited.
We are bringing together the Apache Geode community by featuring a set of sessions at this year’s conference specifically for this audience. Attendees will engage with experts, core committers, and leading production users of Geode for in-memory data management, and related projects. Attendees will also learn how companies are using Geode for low-latency, high concurrency data management and transaction processing in a variety of applications.
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02:00PM - 05:00PM

Room 3020

open space (optional)

While the mechanics of Open Space provide a simple means to self-organize, it is the underlying principles that make it effective both for meetings and as a guidepost for individual and collective effectiveness. The Law of Two Feet—a foot of passion and a foot of responsibility—expresses the core idea of taking responsibility for what you love. In practical terms, the law says that if you’re neither contributing nor getting value where you are, use your two feet (or available form of mobility) and go somewhere where you can. It is also a reminder to stand up for your passion.
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06:00PM - 10:00PM

Room 2008

hub opening reception and lightning talks

Make new friends and then conquer them over games, drinks and bites. Reception starts at 6pm and Lightning talks kick off at 7:30pm.
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07:00AM - 06:00PM

registration

07:30AM - 09:00AM

breakfast

Onsi Fakhouri
SVP, R&D for Cloud, Pivotal

Erich Gamma
Technical Fellow, Microsoft

Phillip Webb
Developer, Pivotal

Ranji Narine
VP, Product Engineering, Scotiabank

Stéphane Nicoll
Spring Developer, Pivotal

Madhura Bhave
Software Engineer, Pivotal

Simon Wardley
Researcher, Leading Edge Forum

John Heveran
SVP & CIO, Liberty Mutual

Rob Mee
CEO, Pivotal

11:00AM - 11:30AM

morning break

11:30

12:00

12:10

12:40

Deep Dive into Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.0

Jeff Hammond Richard Seroter Room 2020 ( 11:30 - 12:40 )
Cloud-Native Platform

Reactive Spring

Mark Heckler Josh Long Room 2007 ( 11:30 - 12:40 )
Reactive, Event Driven

What's New in Spring Boot 2.0

Madhura Bhave Phillip Webb Room 2008 ( 11:30 - 12:40 )
Web, JavaScript

10 Lessons We Learned with Cloud Foundry

Neville George Room 2010 ( 11:30 - 12:00 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Cloud-Native Journey in Synchrony Financial

Michael Barber Room 2010 ( 12:10 - 12:40 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Agile: The Bad Parts

Joanna Beltowska Martina Hodges-Schell Matt Parker Room 2011 ( 11:30 - 12:00 )
Agile, PM, Methodology

Discover’s Journey to Cloud Native

Mike Koleno Dean Parke Room 2012 ( 11:30 - 12:00 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Cloud-Native Batch Processing with Spring Batch 4

Michael Minella Room 2018 ( 11:30 - 12:40 )
Data, Databases

The Beginner’s Guide To Spring Cloud

Ryan Baxter Room 2004 ( 11:30 - 12:40 )
Microservices, Serverless

Crossing the CI/CD/DevOps Chasm

Miranda LeBlanc Room 2024 ( 12:10 - 12:40 )
DevOps, CI, CD

12:40PM - 02:00PM

lunch

02:00

02:30

02:40

03:10

03:20

03:50

Running Java Applications on Cloud Foundry

Ben Hale Room 2004 ( 02:00 - 02:30 )
Cloud-Native Platform

Caching for Microservices - Introduction to Pivotal Cloud Cache

Pulkit Chandra Room 2004 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
Geode
Cloud-Native Platform

State or Events? Which Shall I Keep?

Kenny Bastani Jakub Pilimon Room 2005 ( 02:00 - 03:10 )
Reactive, Event Driven

Kafka Streams - From the Ground Up to the Cloud

Marius Bogoevici Room 2005 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
Reactive, Event Driven

From Zero to Hero with Spring Boot

Brian Clozel Room 2007 ( 02:00 - 03:10 )
Core Spring

Cloud-Native Java with Spring Cloud Services

Chris Sterling Room 2007 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
Microservices, Serverless

Zero to 12 Million

Brendan Aye Room 2010 ( 02:00 - 02:30 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Bringing New Technology to Legacy Land

Don Fossgreen Thomas Squeo Room 2010 ( 02:40 - 03:10 )
Transformation, Case Studies

How to Navigate the Sea of "No"

Brian Jimerson Jon Osborn Room 2010 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Spring Integration 5.0: What's New?

Artem Bilan Room 2011 ( 02:00 - 03:10 )
Reactive, Event Driven

Everything's Coming Up Dilbert: Building Product in the Enterprise

Emily Tate Room 2011 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
Agile, PM, Methodology

Accenture Pivotal Business Group at Scale

Chris Castle Chris Henningsen Room 2012 ( 02:40 - 03:10 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Reactive Data Access with Spring Data

Mark Paluch Christoph Strobl Room 2018 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
Data, Databases

Steeltoe and the Open Source .NET Renaissance

Zach Brown Beth Massi Room 2020 ( 02:00 - 03:10 )
Microservices, Serverless

03:50PM - 04:20PM

afternoon break

04:20

04:50

05:00

05:30

05:40

06:10

Custom App Autoscaler Using Cloud Controller API

Christopher Decelles Room 2004 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Cloud-Native Platform

Reactive DDD: Modeling Uncertainty

Vaughn Vernon Room 2005 ( 04:20 - 05:30 )
Reactive, Event Driven

What's New in Spring for Apache Kafka 2.0

Gary Russell Room 2008 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Reactive, Event Driven

Spring Security 5: The Reactive Parts

Rob Winch Room 2007 ( 04:20 - 05:30 )
Core Spring

Spring Cloud Gateway

Spencer Gibb Sree Tummidi Room 2008 ( 04:20 - 05:30 )
Microservices, Serverless

Tech Modernization: A Cloud Migration

John Berry Henri van den Bulk Room 2010 ( 05:00 - 05:30 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Adopting PCF At An Automobile Manufacturer

Thomas Seibert Gregor Zurowski Room 2010 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Virtual Scrum

Jeanne Boyarsky Room 2011 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Agile, PM, Methodology

Migrating .NET and .NET Core to Pivotal Cloud Foundry

Pankaj Sehgal Room 2012 ( 04:20 - 04:50 )
Cloud-Native Platform

Verizon's Cloud Native Transformation

Syam Suri Room 2012 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Under the Hood of Reactive Data Access

Mark Paluch Christoph Strobl Room 2018 ( 04:20 - 04:50 )
Data, Databases

Hub Night Out is an evening for sponsors to connect with attendees beyond their booths. Sponsors will be hosting exclusive events at venues within walking distance of Moscone West. Be sure to sign up for a sponsor-hosted gathering below. Space is limited!

Join MongoDB at Novela SF for seasonal cocktails and light bites!

06:00PM - 08:00PM

This is an invite-only event. Visit us at booth #23 for more information.

Join Bracket Computing at The Cavalier, one of San Francisco’s premiere restaurants, for a night of good cheer, gourmet delights, and networking with like-minded IT and Security executives.

06:30PM - 09:00PM

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Come join Rod Johnson and the Atomist team to talk Spring, automation and the future of software development over drinks and appetizers at the Thirsty Bear. Get your Atomist t-shirt (until we run out)!

06:00PM - 08:00PM

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Join Capgemini for a roundtable discussion and cocktail reception to discuss all things cloud​-​native execution at ​T​he W​ San Francisco​.​

This is an invite-only event.

Visit our booth #9 or email Jeremy​ ​Mackinlay​ ​for more information​.

07:30AM - 07:00PM

registration

07:30AM - 09:00AM

breakfast

Chip Childers
CTO, Cloud Foundry Foundation

Niki Allen
Executive Director Office of the CIO, Boeing

Juergen Hoeller
Spring Framework Lead, Pivotal

Lieutenant Colonel Enrique Oti
Director of the Air Force Element, DIUX

Kim Bannerman
Developer Relations Program Manager, Google

Meaghan Kjelland
Software Engineer, Google

Mark Fisher
Senior Staff, Pivotal

Cornelia Davis
Sr. Director of Technology, Pivotal

Erin Schnabel
Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM

Therese Stowell
Staff Product Manager, Pivotal

Mathangi Venkatesan
Senior Member of Technical Staff, VMware

Jon Schneider
Principal Software Engineer, Pivotal

Paul Fazzone
VP/GM, Cloud-Native Business Unit, VMware

James Watters
Senior Vice President, Strategy, Pivotal

11:00AM - 11:30AM

morning break

11:30

12:00

12:10

12:40

Expand Cloud Foundry for the Enterprise

Tim Leong Room 2004 ( 11:30 - 12:00 )
Cloud-Native Platform

CredHub and Secure Credential Management

Peter Blum Scott Frederick Room 2004 ( 12:10 - 12:40 )
Cloud-Native Platform

Power of Google Cloud Platform with Spring Cloud GCP

Mark Fisher João Martins Room 2007 ( 11:30 - 12:40 )
Microservices, Serverless

Spring Framework 5.0 on JDK 8 & 9

Juergen Hoeller Room 2008 ( 11:30 - 12:40 )
Core Spring

Zero Dollar Migration Program

Rahul Deo Room 2010 ( 12:10 - 12:40 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Designing, Implementing, and Using Reactive APIs

Ben Hale Paul Harris Room 2011 ( 11:30 - 12:40 )
Reactive, Event Driven

Top Ways to Deliver Your Spring Code to the Cloud

Brian Benz Room 2012 ( 11:30 - 12:00 )
DevOps, CI, CD

Building Enterprise Cache Based on CQRS

Komes Subramaniam Room 2018 ( 11:30 - 12:40 )
Data, Databases

Bootiful Development with Spring Boot and React

Matt Raible Room 2020 ( 11:30 - 12:40 )
Web, JavaScript

12:40PM - 02:00PM

lunch

02:00

02:30

02:40

03:10

03:20

03:50

Continuous Deployment to the Cloud

Marcin Grzejszczak Cora Iberkleid Room 2005 ( 02:00 - 03:10 )
Microservices, Serverless

What's New in Spring AMQP 2.0

Gary Russell Room 2005 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
Reactive, Event Driven

Project Reactor: Now and Tomorrow

Simon Baslé Stéphane Maldini Room 2008 ( 02:00 - 03:10 )
Reactive, Event Driven

Debugging Serverless for Cloud

Chris Anderson Xiaokai He Room 2008 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
Microservices, Serverless

Your Attention, Please: Optimizing Metrics for Humans

John Feminella Room 2011 ( 02:00 - 03:10 )
Agile, PM, Methodology

Healthy Agile Product Security

Molly Crowther Room 2011 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
Agile, PM, Methodology

Scaling Spring Boot Applications in Real-Time

John Blum Luke Shannon Room 2018 ( 02:00 - 03:10 )
Geode
Data, Databases

Next Generation OAuth Support with Spring Security 5.0

Joe Grandja Room 2020 ( 02:00 - 03:10 )
Web, JavaScript

Lessons Learned from Upgrading Thymeleaf

Jay Aisenbrey Room 2020 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
Web, JavaScript

Deploying Spring Boot Apps on Kubernetes

Thomas Risberg Room 2024 ( 02:40 - 03:10 )
DevOps, CI, CD

Kubernetes for the Spring Developer

Meaghan Kjelland Room 2024 ( 03:20 - 03:50 )
DevOps, CI, CD

03:50PM - 04:20PM

afternoon break

04:20

04:50

05:00

05:30

05:40

06:10

Cloud Foundry Networking with VMware NSX

Sai Chaitanya Usha Ramachandran Room 2004 ( 04:20 - 05:30 )
Cloud-Native Platform

Defense-Oriented DevOps for Modern Software Development

James Wickett Room 2004 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Cloud-Native Platform

Reactor in Action

Simon Baslé Victor Grazi Room 2005 ( 04:20 - 05:30 )
Reactive, Event Driven

Spring Framework 5: Hidden Gems

Juergen Hoeller Room 2008 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Core Spring

Serverless Spring

Mark Fisher Dave Syer Room 2008 ( 04:20 - 05:30 )
Microservices, Serverless

Connecting All Abstractions with Istio

Laurent Demailly Ramiro Salas Room 2007 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Cloud-Native Platform

Avoiding That $1M Dollar AWS Bill

Mark Michael Glenn Oppegard Room 2010 ( 04:20 - 04:50 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Ford Motor Company’s Cloud Native Reference Application

Todd Hall Room 2010 ( 05:00 - 05:30 )
Transformation, Case Studies

How Comcast Embraced Open

Nithya Ruff Shilla Saebi Room 2010 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Implementing Raft in RabbitMQ

Michael Klishin Karl Nilsson Room 2012 ( 04:20 - 05:30 )
Reactive, Event Driven

Fault Tolerance is a Requirement Not a Feature

Adar Danait Lilian Ernest Room 2012 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Microservices, Serverless

Simplifying Apache Geode with Spring Data

John Blum Room 2018 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
Geode
Data, Databases

Migrating to Angular 4 for Spring Developers

Gunnar Hillert Room 2020 ( 04:20 - 04:50 )
Web, JavaScript

Reactive Frontends with RxJS and Angular

Sergi Almar Room 2020 ( 05:00 - 06:10 )
Web, JavaScript

Our Product Is Production Traffic

Natalie Bennett Room 2024 ( 04:20 - 05:30 )
DevOps, CI, CD

Continuous Deployment Made Easy with Skipper

Mark Pollack Room 2024 ( 05:40 - 06:10 )
DevOps, CI, CD

06:10PM

hub social

07:30AM - 02:30PM

registration

07:30AM - 09:00AM

breakfast

James Governor​
Principal Analyst and Co-Founder, RedMonk

Mark Ardito
Divisional VP of Digital Delivery, HCSC

Gene Reznik
Senior Managing Director, Accenture

Richard Watson
VP, Gartner

Rick Clark
SVP, Cloud Infrastructure, Mastercard

Greg Otto
Executive Director, Comcast

Sheetal Pole
Software Engineer Manager, The Home Depot

Eric A. Brewer
VP Infrastructure, Google

10:00AM - 10:30AM

morning break

10:30

11:00

11:10

11:40

Orchestrating Data Microservices with Spring Cloud Data Flow

Mark Pollack Room 2005 ( 10:30 - 11:40 )
Reactive, Event Driven

Introducing Micrometer Application Metrics

Jon Schneider Room 2007 ( 10:30 - 11:40 )
Microservices, Serverless

Deconstructing Monoliths with Domain Driven Design

Rohit Kelapure Rohit Sood David Turanski Room 2010 ( 10:30 - 11:40 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Managing the Complexity of Microservices Deployments

Kenny Bastani Prithpal Bhogill Room 2012 ( 10:30 - 11:40 )
Microservices, Serverless

JDBC, What Is It Good For?

Thomas Risberg Room 2018 ( 10:30 - 11:00 )
Data, Databases

Immutability for PCF: Security in a Cloud Native World

Tom Gillis Room 2018 ( 11:10 - 11:40 )
Cloud-Native Platform

Why Spring <3 Kotlin

Sébastien Deleuze Room 2020 ( 10:30 - 11:40 )
Web, JavaScript

Practical Microservices, Practical Whiskey

Jonathan Schabowsky Room 2024 ( 10:30 - 11:00 )
Reactive, Event Driven

Automated PCF Upgrades with Concourse

Rich Ruedin Room 2024 ( 11:10 - 11:40 )
DevOps, CI, CD

11:50

12:20

12:30

01:00

Cloud Foundry UAA as an Identity Gateway

Sree Tummidi Room 2004 ( 11:50 - 12:20 )
Cloud-Native Platform

Documenting RESTful APIs with Spring REST Docs

Jenn Strater Room 2007 ( 11:50 - 01:00 )
Web, JavaScript

Refactoring to a System of Systems

Oliver Gierke Room 2008 ( 11:50 - 01:00 )
Microservices, Serverless

Building a Cloud-Native Compliance Culture

Chuck D'Antonio CeeCee O'Connor Room 2010 ( 12:30 - 01:00 )
Transformation, Case Studies

Cloud Configuration Ecosystem at Intuit

Marcello de Sales Room 2012 ( 11:50 - 12:20 )
Microservices, Serverless

55 New Features in JDK 9

Simon Ritter Room 2020 ( 11:50 - 01:00 )
Core Spring

01:00PM - 02:00PM

lunch & conference ends