4–7 Nov 2019

Learning from the past: The cloud native systems analyst (sponsored by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure)

Jesse Butler (Oracle)
11:3512:15 Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Location: M1

Level

Intermediate

In the early days of enterprise computing, software and hardware were sold together in proprietary stacks, and application software was dropped on top with little thought to integration. Systems analysts grew from the need to integrate business-critical processes and software with the infrastructure that ran it. Take a brief journey back through time and glean from the past some powerful concepts that can inform today’s choices regarding observability, resilience, and security in the cloud. Then, come back to the future to consider tracing, analytics and security in the context of microservices and containers at scale.

This session is sponsored by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

What you'll learn

  • Discover how best practices in the IT Old World can inform your choices today when working with a modern cloud native stack.
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Jesse Butler

Oracle

Jesse Butler is a principal cloud developer advocate with Oracle, where he’s an advocate and evangelist for all things cloud native, including Kubernetes, containers, and serverless. He’s been working with containers for several years, first in Solaris and later in Linux.

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