Application Mobility
   Infrastructure 2.0 Workshop #3
        Duncan Johnston-Watt
Definition

• The ability to change some or all of the
  infrastructure that an application is using,
  dynamically and wit...
Detail

• Optimize the location of an application or
  its components based on policy e.g.
  • Performance (follow the sun...
[Cloudy] Benefits

• Enterprises reap the benefit of on-demand,
  highly elastic, pay-per-use economic model
  and concomita...
Legacy

• Orchestrating existing components
• Containerizing applications

• Cloudbursting
• Cloud Cover
Green Field

• Move up the stack
• Bake application mobility into the platform

• Make this a middleware problem
• Take th...
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  • Application Mobility - Lightning Talk

    1. 1. Application Mobility Infrastructure 2.0 Workshop #3 Duncan Johnston-Watt
    2. 2. Definition • The ability to change some or all of the infrastructure that an application is using, dynamically and without any disruption of service to end users
    3. 3. Detail • Optimize the location of an application or its components based on policy e.g. • Performance (follow the sun) • Cost (follow the moon) • Compliance (follow the data)
    4. 4. [Cloudy] Benefits • Enterprises reap the benefit of on-demand, highly elastic, pay-per-use economic model and concomitant Green IT credentials • Customers benefit from improved QoS backed by SLAs
    5. 5. Legacy • Orchestrating existing components • Containerizing applications • Cloudbursting • Cloud Cover
    6. 6. Green Field • Move up the stack • Bake application mobility into the platform • Make this a middleware problem • Take the developer out of the equation

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