4–7 Nov 2019

Cloud native survival kit

Pini Reznik (Container Solutions)
9:0010:30 Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Location: Expo Hall Sessions
Secondary topics:  Anti-Pattern, Best Practice, Theoretical

Who is this presentation for?

  • CTOs, CIOs, technical managers, architects, and senior engineers

Level

Beginner

Description

Cloud native is more than a tool set. It’s a full architecture, a philosophical approach for building applications that take full advantage of cloud computing. Going cloud native requires an organization to shift not only its tech stack but also its culture and processes. These human-centered changes can be the most difficult aspect of a transformation and many migrations stumble, or even fail, by making common mistakes rooted in cognitive bias. Patterns can help them avoid these pitfalls.

Pini Reznik shares a story of a typical enterprise as it undertakes a cloud migration and, in the process, shows the differences between waterfall, agile, and cloud native approaches. The story, drawn from real-world migration projects, demonstrates a transformation design and reveals related patterns as it progresses, including failures along the way. By the end a full pattern language is established. Pini’s story is based on experiences gained through five years of consulting in cloud native and 20 years of overall IT experience.

What you'll learn

  • Learn how cloud native adoptions go wrong and how to do it right using a cloud native patterns language
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Pini Reznik

Container Solutions

Pini Reznik is the chief technology officer at Container Solutions. He has 15+ years of experience in delivering software in Israel and Netherlands. Starting as a developer and moving through technical, managerial, and consulting positions in configuration management and operations areas, Pini acquired deep understanding of the software delivery processes and is helping organizations around Europe improve the software delivery pipeline by introducing Docker and other cutting-edge technologies.

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