Basel, Switzerland
October 10–11, 2018
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Wednesday, October 10 • 12:15 - 12:45
Bridging Traditional and Cloud World with OSBAPI - Matthias Winzeler & Boban Glisovic, Swisscom

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Most big companies have invested enormous amounts of time and money in enterprise-scale services during the last decades. Databases, connectivity systems and storage solutions have reached a stability and maturity that is at the heart of mission-critical IT.
CloudFoundry has brought agility and to the Application tier. 
However, interacting with the 'legacy' services that are required for mission-critical applications is often a hard, manual interaction.
To lay bare the potential of these valuable services, companies must bring them to 21st century and make them consumable and manageable in a self-service manner.
The OSBAPI is an ideal technical approach to bridge this gap.
Born within CloudFoundry, it is now being adopted as an open standard by different platforms.
Swisscom decided to not only use OSBAPI for its CloudFoundry offering but to build a marketplace that is used for all kind of consumers, from IaaS to on-premise workload. The marketplace offers access to various types of services such as databases, storage, and connectivity.
Boban and Matthias tell you about the challenges, obstacles and joys of bridging the old and the new world - which are very often not only technical, but also cultural.


Boban Glisovic

Head of Cloud Marketplace, Swisscom
With his background in systems engineering and architecture Boban Glisovic was the leading engineer building Swisscom’s Application Cloud Runtime based on Cloudfoundry.  Today he is responsible for the cloud marketplace services product development at Swisscom Cloud and is a key... Read More →
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Matthias Winzeler

Cloud Architect, Swisscom
In the last three years, Matthias helped bringing up Swisscom's Appcloud, a CloudFoundry-based PaaS for internal and external customers.   Since the PaaS includes a rich services marketplace that should be made accessible to other Swisscom platforms, he is now tasked to build a... Read More →

Wednesday October 10, 2018 12:15 - 12:45 CEST