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A patterns-based approach to the cloud

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These are the slides for my 'Patterns-based approach to the cloud' lightning talk at CloudCamp San Francisco.

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    A patterns-based approach to the cloud A patterns-based approach to the cloud Presentation Transcript

    • A patterns-based approach to the cloud Dustin Amrhein [email_address] @damrhein
    • We need a better way manage application environments
      • Setting up meaningful application environments takes too long
      • Recreating or migrating application environments is too hard
      • Sharing infrastructure resources limited by the first two problems
    • Virtualization can help
      • Virtualization eliminates manual installation steps
      • Advanced virtualization eliminates some of the configuration/integration steps
        • OVF plays a role here by providing standards-based mechanisms for passing in activation information
    • Enhancing virtualization Transforms environment’s personality based on user/system input User customizations Middleware software Operating System Activation Engine
    • But virtualization is not enough
      • Middleware application environments often require more than a single VM
      • In this case, getting a VM fast only gets you so far
      • You still retain responsibility for orchestration of inter-VM configuration
    • Patterns bridge the gap
    • Patterns bring value
      • Patterns (templates, assemblies, etc.) build on virtual images to provide a complete representation of your environment
      • Patterns are deployable units
      • Patterns encapsulate and automate installation, configuration, and integration
    • Resources
      • Check out IBM cloud resources: http://bit.ly/ibmDWCloud
      • Contact me via email:damrhei@us.ibm.com
      • Or on Twitter: @damrhein
      • Or on my blog: http://bit.ly/dustinBlog