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Doing some introspection on the state of PaaS and developer adoption

Doing some introspection on the state of PaaS and developer adoption

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    London Cloud Summit 2014  - raising the tide: getting developers in the cloud London Cloud Summit 2014 - raising the tide: getting developers in the cloud Presentation Transcript

    • Raising the tide: getting developers into the cloud http://talks.thesteve0.com/londoncloud conf http://bit.ly/1fbwhKc Presented by: Steven Pousty @TheSteve0 on Twitter, IRC, Instagram, Ingress, SmugMug, and Github
    • Agenda 1. Cover what I am seeing with devs and the cloud (mostly PaaS) 2. Open discussion about moving us all forward
    • What did developers grow up with
    • Hosted server
    • How to handle load
    • OK so what problems are they facing 1. 2. 3. 4. They can't be ROOT Their deployment model changes App has to be built for horizontal scaling They expect it to be a VPS
    • What are we doing wrong 1. NOT ENOUGH DOCUMENTATION 2. Not teaching developers to create horizontally scalable applications 3. Not teaching developers to think in composable server pieces rather than all minutiae 4. Giving them a different local versus "cloud" experience.
    • My thoughts about where we go 1. Docker adds a lot to help us get closer to what they expect 2. Build things as more composable units 3. Help our app server and DB brethern to move their pieces to the cloud 4. Balance sysadmins needs with developer needs
    • Freewheeling discussion