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Cloud stack collabiration conference - It's the app, stupid!

by Head of Product  at GigaSpaces Technologies on Nov 22, 2013

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Managing and deploying applications on CloudStack (or any other cloud for that matter) can be a daunting task. Resource provisioning, software installation and configuration, failure detection and ...

Managing and deploying applications on CloudStack (or any other cloud for that matter) can be a daunting task. Resource provisioning, software installation and configuration, failure detection and handling, scaling and continuous delivery are just some of the processes that should be performed (read: automated) in order to do it properly. There are multiple tool chains that tackle some of these processes, each with its own focus and level of control. These can range from pure CM tools such as Chef or Puppet, which focus on repeatable and consistent configuration of servers, all the way to full blown PaaS environments that focus on developer productivity and hide many of the complexities of the underlying infrastructure.
In this session Uri will present the problem domain of application deployment and management on the cloud, the benefits and shortcomings of common approaches to it, and what (he believes) is still missing.

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