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    • Cloud Development MadeEasy with CloudFoundry Shekhar Gulati 1
    • Hi, my name is...Shekhar Gulati Senior Consultant @ Xebia India Spring Enthusiast Blogger and Writer (JavaLobby, Developer.com,IBM DeveloperWorks) sgulati@xebia.com Twitter : shekhargulati 2
    • 2011 will be the Year PaaS VMWare → CloudFoundry (Scala support) RedHat → OpenShift Amazon → Elastic Beanstalk Google App Engine added Go language 3
    • Agenda What is PAAS Issues with existing PAAS offerings (GAE) Open PAAS – CloudFoundry CloudFoundry Demos Spring Roo + CloudFoundry Demo Conclusion 4
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    • Platform as a ServicePaaS provides the facilities to support the end to-endlife cycle of building and delivering web applicationsand services. PaaS = Computing Platform + Solution Stack PaaS is for professional and business developers To develop new applications “Cloud Aware” from the bottom up. PaaS is also called Middleware as a Service. Egs. Google App Engine, Force.com 6
    • Issues with existing PAAS(GAE) Cant run existing code. Tied to particular environment. Vendor lock-in (lack of cloud portability). Deployment on public cloud only. Need to change the mindset. Diluted frameworks. Read this article http://www.carlosble.com/2010/11/goo 7 dbye-google-app-engine-gae/
    • Cloud Developers Bill of Rights http://www.developerrights.org/The Right to CodeThe Right to Build ApplicationsThe Right to Cloud PortabilityThe Right to a Choice of FrameworksThe Right to a Choice of Application ServicesThe Right to Platform TransparencyThe Right to EmigrateThe Right of OwnershipThe Right to Be Left Alone 8
    • The OpenPlatform as a Service 9
    • CloudFoundry – Open PAAS Open Source Multi-Language, Multi-Framework,Multi Application services, Multi-cloud. Cloud Portability Cloud Foundry is both  deployment destination  layer that allows deployment to a choice of clouds, both public and private. 10
    • CloudFoundry – The Open PAAS 11
    • Choice of Developer Frameworks 12
    • Demo 1 – Spring Framework Lets deploy a Spring Application 13
    • Choice of Application Services 14
    • Demo 2 – Going to Production Lets replace hsqldb with MySQL 15
    • Demo 3 – Can I support both?Wouldnt it be great if I can use hsqldb fordevelopment and mysql for production? 16
    • Demo 4 – Play with NoSQL DBs Lets play with Redis and MongoDB (Using STS) 17
    • Choice of Clouds 18
    • Micro Cloud I want to run CloudFoundry on my laptop 19
    • Managing Overload 20
    • Demo 6 - Scalability Lets scale our app up and down 21
    • RAD for Cloud 22
    • Demo 7 – Spring Roo + CloudFoundry Rapid Feedback in the Cloud 23
    • ConclusionDevelopers should write code, not IT trouble tickets 24
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