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  • 1. Application Patters for the Cloud Discussion Igor Moochnick IgorShare Consulting [email_address] Blog: www.igorshare.com/blog
  • 2.
    • Developers
    End to end view is important Architects
  • 3. Cloud is HERE to stay!
  • 4. Distributed Application Taxonomy In the “Cloud” “ on premises” Applications/Services Applications/Services Cloud Platform
  • 5. Cloud application categories
    • IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service
    • PaaS – Platform as a Service
  • 6. Cloud categories
    • In the beginning:
      • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
        • Example: Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
      • Platform as a Service (PaaS)
    • Example: Salesforce.com Force.com
    • Today:
      • The cloud platform world is more complex
      • The IaaS/PaaS dichotomy no longer makes much sense
  • 7. by David Chapell
  • 8. by David Chapell
  • 9. XaaS Players (examples)
    • IaaS
    • AWS (Amazon)
    • GoGrid ( ServePath )
    • Eucalyptus (on premise)
    • IBM
    • Sun
    • Mosso (Rackspace)
    • PaaS
    • Azure
    • Google App Engine
    • Salesforce
  • 10. by David Chapell
  • 11. by David Chapell
  • 12. What to be aware of
    • Licensing
    • Data transfer costs
    • Latency
    • State / persistence
    • Data Regulations / geo-location
    • Service dependencies
    • No standardization (yet?)
    • Security / Identity
    • Compliance regulations
    • QoS / SLA
    • System hardening / monitoring
  • 13. Amzon: Dashboard + Cloud Watch
  • 14. Azure: use available API
  • 15. Rightscale
  • 16. Scalr
  • 17. Thin clients vs. Fat clients
    • Thin client technologies (Examples)
      • ASP/ASP.Net
      • JSP/Struts
      • PHP
    • Thin client methodologies
      • Templates
      • MVC/MVP
    • Fat clients …
  • 18. Silverlight
  • 19. Adobe Flex/Air
  • 20. JavaFX
  • 21. GWT – Google Web Toolkit
  • 22. Q&A
  • 23. Thank you!