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Event Details


Designing Cloud Native Applications with Microservices and Containers over Openstack

Cloud Native refers to an application designed, implemented and operated using cloud computing principles, technologies and architecture frameworks such as Cloud Service Models and Cloud Computing Patterns, Microservices, containers and dynamic scheduling. By using Openstack as the underlay Cloud Infrastructure, opens a new way possibilities when it comes to developing Cloud Native Apps. In this presentation, we will do a brief analysis on the differences between the traditional IT applications and the new Cloud Native IT applications, understand the benefits of cloud computing architecture principles using Openstack architecture, the use of Cloud Patterns as the framework for the application, how Microservices are used to design, build and test the application and how containers, container management technologies and Openstack projects for Containers, are used as the underlay infrastructure. A proposed methodology using Openstack is described to design Cloud Native applications.


What can I expect to learn?

At the end of the session the participant:

- Will learn about cloud native application principles: IaaS/PaaS/SaaS, Cloud Patterns, microservices, containers, containers management

- Will learn how Openstack can help accelerate the development of cloud native applications

- Will learn an overview of Cisco Contiv Container Networking

Tuesday, November 7, 5:50pm-6:00pm
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Technical Solutions Architect at Cisco Systems
Chris Gascoigne is a Technical Solutions Architect with Cisco working in the Australia/New Zealand data centre team. Chris has been with Cisco for ten years and specialises in next generation data centre networking and automation technologies such as Nexus 9000, Application Centric Infrastructure, Tetration Analytics, Openstack and CloudCenter. Prior to joining Cisco, Chris spent the... FULL PROFILE
Data Center Systems Engineer at Cisco
Greg Scarlett is a Systems Engineer with the Australia/New Zealand Data Center team.  Greg has been with Cisco for 13 years, previously working in the Technical Assistance Center, Computing Business Unit and now Systems Engineering.  Greg specialises in Cloud and Automation products, including CloudCenter, UCS Director and UCS Intersight.  Greg hold a Data Center CCIE since 2013 FULL PROFILE