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Minimum Cloud Skills or why shoving everything in containers is not enough (Laurent Doguin) #CPIT2
Minimum Cloud Skills or why shoving everything in containers is not enough (Laurent Doguin) #CPIT2
Talk: Minimum Cloud Skills or why shoving everything in containers is not enough (Laurent Doguin) #CPIT2
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What do you need to know to make a successful Cloud Deployment? Is shoving everything into containers enough? Or should you make other enlightened choices? I think it’s the latest so let’s see what knowledge is necessary on a code/architecture level.



We will assume that deploying in the Cloud means deploying software that is distributed and that may fail at any point. Based on these two assumptions we will go over three main points: Data, Failure and Automation.



At the end of this talk you will have a good idea of all the questions you will ask yourself when deploying software on the cloud and the different possible answers. Our goal is not to go in depth in all these concepts. It’s to give you a broad overview so you know what to look for when a problem or question arise.



Speakers:

Laurent Doguin - VP Developer Relation - Clever Cloud

Laurent is VP of Developer relations at Clever Cloud. He’s also a nerdy metal head based in Paris and Devoxx Champion. He mostly wrotes code in Java and structured text in AsciiDoc, and often talks about data, reactive programming and other buzzwordy stuff. Laurent is also a former Developer Advocate for Couchbase and Nuxeo where he devoted his time and expertise to helping both communities grow bigger and stronger.


Level:

Beginner

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