Enterprises migrate from on-premises deployments to the public cloud to increase agility and decrease infrastructure management. There are many patterns and best practices for how to move to the public cloud, including choosing a reference application with a less critical function and setting up an event-driven architecture. However, there are also pitfalls that can hamper the transition.
Cassandra Shum and Rosemary Wang detail what you need to know when moving from an on-premises platform to the public cloud, moving beyond the technical architecture and patterns to explore the pitfalls when migrating. You’ll learn about upskilling your development teams for operations (and your operations with development skills), taking advantage of containers and VMs to avoid the big bang migration, and self-service. Along the way, Cassandra and Rosemary share stories that outline what to focus on and how to keep the journey on the right path.
This session is sponsored by ThoughtWorks.
Cassandra Shum is a lead consultant with ThoughtWorks, where she primarily leads and works on a variety of mobile projects and technologies, including domain-driven design and microservices. Over the last six years, she has worked on many different web and mobile applications. Cassandra is one of the leaders in the initiative to organize the women’s group in ThoughtWorks and is involved in promoting more female speakers in technology.
Rosemary Wang is a platform and infrastructure consultant at ThoughtWorks, where she interfaces with vendors, clients, startups, and open source projects to find creative software solutions for enterprise infrastructure systems. An infrastructure automation explorer and cloud enthusiast, Rosemary works to bridge the technical and cultural barriers between infrastructure engineers and application developers. She has talent for solving intractable problems with code, whether this means helping an infrastructure engineer learn to code or an application developer troubleshoot infrastructure failures. When Rosemary is not drawing on whiteboards, she valiantly attempts to hack stacks of various infrastructure systems on her laptop while foraging for tasty victuals (especially pizza) around the world.
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