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How Cloud addresses the needs of todays internet - Korazon 2018

Corporate presentation for Korazon.

In this talk I give a behind-the-scenes look at what the Cloud is about in 2018. From basic terms like SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, to cutting-edge technology like Kubernetes and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

This talk is about modern Cloud technology for non-technical people.

See https://feryn.eu/speaking/how-cloud-addresses-the-needs-of-todays-internet-korazon-2018/ for more information about this presentation.

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How Cloud addresses the needs of todays internet - Korazon 2018

  1. 1. How cloud addresses the needs of today's internet By Thijs Feryn
  2. 2. I’m so sick of Cloud!
  3. 3. SaaS PaaS Iaas Private Public Hybrid
  4. 4. Abstraction
  5. 5. Flexibility
  6. 6. Result in stability
  7. 7. Winning
  8. 8. Hi, I’m Thijs
  9. 9. I’m @ThijsFeryn on Twitter
  10. 10. I’m an Evangelist At
  11. 11. Addressing the needs of today’s internet
  12. 12. ✓Artificial Intelligence ✓Blockchain ✓Serverless ✓Containers ✓Microservices ✓IoT ✓Big Data ✓Mobile ✓Cloud ✓SaaS ✓Virtualization ✓Web 2.0 Web/IT buzzwords
  13. 13. Change
  14. 14. When business, tech & user needs come together
  15. 15. The promise of the Cloud
  16. 16. ✓As A Service (outsourcing) ✓Elastic (scalability) ✓Pay As You Use (OPEX) ✓Stable & reliable ✓Automated (API driven, orchestration) ✓Limited lock-in The promise of the Cloud
  17. 17. SaaS PaaS Iaas Private Public Hybrid
  18. 18. How did we get there?
  19. 19. The Internet
  20. 20. Datacenter space Colocation
  21. 21. Dedicated servers
  22. 22. Virtualization
  23. 23. Web 2.0
  24. 24. Everyone Participates
  25. 25. Always online
  26. 26. Online Everywhere
  27. 27. Move fast
  28. 28. Stability
  29. 29. Deployment
  30. 30. Scale
  31. 31. Spikes
  32. 32. Developers Agile
  33. 33. Sysadmins DevOps
  34. 34. Tearing down silos
  35. 35. Culture Automation Measurement Sharing
  36. 36. Infrastructure As Code
  37. 37. Different approach to infrastructure
  38. 38. Outsourcing Push it away
  39. 39. Datacenter Network Servers OS App stack Upthestack
  40. 40. Deliberate friction
  41. 41. Servers can go down any second
  42. 42. And that’s OK
  43. 43. STABILITY IN TIMES OF CHAOS
  44. 44. New approach to designing software
  45. 45. ✓Monolith vs microservices ✓Continuous Integration ✓Continuous delivery ✓Stateless programming ✓Service oriented architectures ✓CQRS
  46. 46. Data
  47. 47. Big data
  48. 48. Solid “source of truth” database infrastructure
  49. 49. ✓SQL cluster ✓Read replicas ✓Virtualized or physical ✓Highly available (must stay up) Source of truth
  50. 50. CQRS & event sourcing
  51. 51. Projections
  52. 52. Automation
  53. 53. Mindset shift Learn to let go
  54. 54. Bits > atoms
  55. 55. Availability > ownership
  56. 56. Service > infrastructure
  57. 57. Platforms
  58. 58. ✓Compute ✓Block storage ✓Object storage ✓Database As A Service What are you going to host?
  59. 59. Managed
  60. 60. Launching Cloud infrastructure no longer gets the job done
  61. 61. Orchestration
  62. 62. Everything is always old
  63. 63. New & upcoming technologies
  64. 64. A “new” approach to virtualization
  65. 65. Automation
  66. 66. Services
  67. 67. A container has one single concern
  68. 68. You’ll have a lot of containers
  69. 69. Which will be connected
  70. 70. And exposed
  71. 71. Portability
  72. 72. Obstacles on a clustered environment
  73. 73. Docker orchestration
  74. 74. Kubernetes As A Service
  75. 75. Running servers containers functions & events
  76. 76. Function As A Service
  77. 77. AWS Lambda
  78. 78. ✓Per month ✓Per day ✓Per hour ✓Per request On demand billing
  79. 79. Impact on IT
  80. 80. Don’t just throw stuff in the Cloud
  81. 81. The Cloud is here The Cloud is now
  82. 82. How much IT do you want to keep in-house? How much IT do you want to let go?
  83. 83. How much Do you want to outsource?
  84. 84. Cloud seems easy
  85. 85. Cloud seems cheaper
  86. 86. Experts are still needed
  87. 87. Is your software ready?
  88. 88. How does your legacy software fit into the Cloud?
  89. 89. What kind of support or service do you need?
  90. 90. Vendor lock-in?
  91. 91. Do they address the needs of today’s internet?
  92. 92. What does Cloud even mean?
  93. 93. https://feryn.eu https://twitter.com/ThijsFeryn https://instagram.com/ThijsFeryn

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