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Extending on premise applications to the cloud

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Intechnica Technical Director Andy Still describes the process of using a cloud solution to extend on-premise applications to the cloud.

Intechnica Technical Director Andy Still describes the process of using a cloud solution to extend on-premise applications to the cloud.

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  • 1. Extending On-Premise Applications to the cloudAndrew StillTechnical Director
  • 2. •••
  • 3. Cloud based tool for Cloud based tool for Run North West AWScreating on-demand generating load for User Groupcloud testing performance testsenvironments
  • 4. The Problem
  • 5. Andy! I want a mobile app!!! I want it now! I want it to be brilliant!!But I don’t want it to interfere with any of my current systems in any way!!
  • 6. OK!!I’ll get straight on it!!
  • 7. Well..... How am I going to do that then?
  • 8. What’s the application?
  • 9. £1.5 bn transactions perB2B Order Capture year System Large datasets and legacy data structuresTight integration with other key internal systems Umbraco CMS integration .net 4 web forms Oracle Database application
  • 10. Current System
  • 11. Why AWS?Why not just build this on the current system?
  • 12. Separation fromPlatform Stressed at core, business critical peak times systems Longer term ambition to open areas of the system to additional 3rd party uses
  • 13. We’ll need to introduce an API on this system and a whole new platform for mobile...
  • 14. Like This
  • 15. How will the caching datastore work?
  • 16. I’ll just fire up anRDS Oracle instance and sync the data
  • 17. That seems a bit old style....
  • 18. Can’t we build this on aThose are heavy queries smaller footprint on the current system All data arriving in Json from API, shall we store it in that format That’s a lot of data to sync All data will be read Must be focussed on only, why the relational fast data retrieval overhead?
  • 19. What else does AWS have to offer?
  • 20. SqlS3 Server Simple DB Elasti Cache Oracle RDS Dynamo DB MySql RDS
  • 21. What is needed?
  • 22. Must be persistent and Fast data retrieval survive EC2 machine crash Must proactively cache, shouldn’t be triggered by end user. Multiple dataset sizes - very large - >65mb - very small - <100kb
  • 23. No one size fits all....
  • 24. .... But this is the cloud so it doesn’t need to.....
  • 25. Proactive Caching?
  • 26. Scheduler? On AWS?
  • 27. If only I could justuse an Azure Worker role...
  • 28. ... wait aminute... I can!
  • 29. A hybrid cloud!!!
  • 30. Now just need to share businesslogic across standard and mobile systems...
  • 31. At least thatwill be easy. Thanks toDependency Injection
  • 32. Now where shall I store mobile application data?
  • 33. Let’s useDynamoDB
  • 34. Why?
  • 35. It’s new, Iwant to play with it.
  • 36. And if the client asks?
  • 37. 
  • 38. Finished Solution
  • 39. Web: www.intechnica.co.ukEmail: andy.still@intechnica.co.ukTwitter: @andy_still / @intechnicaBlog: http://blog.intechnica.co.uk/author/andyintechnica/Tel: 0845 6809679Address: Fourways House, 57 Hilton Street, Manchester, M1 2EJ