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by Josh Long
Join Josh Long of SpringSource, a division of VMware to talk about the issues surrounding cloud adoption facing modern day programmers. Today, applications are being delivered over platform-as-a-services like VMWare’s Cloud Foundry, Heroku, and Google App Engine. This is a developer centric approach to clouds, and – as everybody’s investing in PaaS – understanding the problems modern developers face on these platforms and how others are solving them can be very helpful.
Do you dream of spinning up ten, twenty, or a thousand virtual machines in an instant? Discover and repair bottlenecks without moving a finger? Dodge the loss of an entire storage array with no-one noticing? This is no sales pitch; during this tutorial, we'll demonstrate how to leverage truly FOSS tools to build a powerful, scalable cloud that easily competes with those proprietary solutions!
by Chiradeep Vittal
Apache CloudStack is an infrastructure-as-a-service platform used to deploy Amazon-style cloud computing environments, in this session developers will learn abou the architecture, plugin framework, and how to get involved in the Apache CloudStack project.
by Jorge Castro
juju is a deployment and service orchestration tool for the cloud. With it you can deploy over 80 services to AWS, OpenStack, or bare metal. This charm school will show you what juju is, how it works, and how it can save you time by showing you how to write juju charms, which are scripts you'll use and share to deploy your service in a few commands.
Private cloud computing has become an integral part of global business. While each platform provides a way for virtual machines to be deployed, implementations vary widely. It can be difficult to determine which features are right for your needs. This session will discuss the top open source private cloud platforms and provide analysis on which one is the best fit for you.
by Arun Gupta
This talk introduces the Java EE 7 platform, the latest revision of the Java platform for the enterprise.
Data systems have struggled to keep up with the rapid growth of application data. As a result, many have turned to sharding their data as a solution. These new complex systems or "data clouds" present a new array of challenges. In this session we'll discuss best practices around monitoring and managing your data cloud.
by Jeff Potts
Find out how Java-based Alfresco, a rich content repository that is open source and fully standards compliant, can be a building block in your architecture for content-heavy solutions. We'll explore different patterns of implementation in order to get you started on your next project. Includes live demos and code snippets.
The "cloud stack" development environment—one that lets you not just build cloud-based app for the web, but actually build them while on the Web—is a reality. Using open source, standardized software and management tools, it’s now possible to code, test, debug, and deploy web based solutions; all from a modern browser.
by Mark R. Shuttleworth
Seamless work and play across phones, tablet and desktops is the goal of Ubuntu's design efforts. Mark will demo some of the latest inventions in UX in Ubuntu, preview new features that will land in 12.10, and outline the key areas of research and discovery as we move into a world where "personal computing" is being redefined and reinvented.
How to write software to leverage the scalability of the cloud; lessons learned at Amazon Web Services that can be applied to any cloud application.
by Blake Yeager
HP’s public cloud is built on OpenStack open-source cloud technology. The OpenStack project has rapidly been adopted as the leading open source cloud solution because it avoids vendor lock-in, and is ubiquitous across public, managed and private clouds.
by Darren Shepherd
Learn how GoDaddy.com built its Cloud Computing IaaS product with a team of less than 10 people. See how we leveraged open source and existing technologies to accelerate our development, what worked, and what didn’t. Learn how we built a reliable infrastructure on top of non-reliable messaging and an eventually consistent model using Redis, Apache CouchDB, Node.js, and Apache ZooKeeper.
by Josh Long
Let's face it, the cloud's here to stay. Spring's always been about portability and choice, and the cloud is no different. Join Josh Long as he introduces how to use Cloud Foundry and Spring.
SDN is the promise of bringing comparable programmability to the network by abstracting a logical view from the underlying infrastructure for more agility, flexibility, scalability but also for more innovation, looking at networks in a new way and allowing for better synergies with applications running on it. 2012 is poised to be a pivotal year with production deployments, new players and more.
In this presentation, ActiveState CTO Jeff Hobbs and Cloud Evangelist Diane Mueller discuss the challenges, drama, and realities of deploying private Platform as a Service (PaaS) on OpenStack and CloudStack.
by Dan Bode
This presentation will cover how OpenStack (an open source infrastructure as a service platform) and Puppet (an open source configuration management language) can be integrated to deploy and manage your own private cloud.
Recent shifts in the tech world - including PaaS, cloud-services, and NoSQL - have dramatically altered the manner in which software is written, deployed, and run. This talk will discuss how PostgreSQL fits into - and can potentially take advantage of - this world.
Is the US Patriot Act causing you to hesitate on leveraging the cloud in your enterprise? Do you want to leverage the power of cloud computing but unsure what the security and privacy implications are for sensitive corporate data?
Organizations are thinking long and hard about the legal and regulatory implications of cloud computing. When it comes to actual corporate data, no matter what the efficiency gains are, legal departments are often directing IT departments to steer clear of any service that eliminates their ability to keep potential sensitive information out of the hands of Federal prosecutors.
Despite all the hype about every application moving into the cloud, some practical patterns are starting to emerge in the types of data corporations are willing to move to the cloud. Learn how to create a secure, compliant, private platform and cloud for developing, distributing and managing enterprise applications.
I will cover: Introduction to the US Patriot Act and Data Privacy issues, Implications for on Cloud Computing, Jurisdictional Issues, Best Practices & Practical Patterns, Classes of applications that best leverage the cloud, What types of applications should stay on-premise, Private Cloud Model(s), & Building a Compliant Cloud Strategy
Diane Mueller is Cloud Evangelist for ActiveState. She has been designing and implementing products and applications embedded into mission critical financial and accounting systems at F500 corporations for over 20 years. Diane has been actively involved in development efforts of XBRL Open Standard for the past 11 years. She is an active member of the OASIS/TOSCA Cloud Standards effort.
16th–20th July 2012