You’ve committed to the journey of running in the cloud. However, you realize it’s not quite as simple as moving or writing a new application on a cloud offering. Between a diverse service catalog, greater developer autonomy, rapid provisioning, surprise billing, and changing security requirements, you might find that hosting applications on the cloud does not make the most of the cloud.
In this session, Rosemary will outline the patterns and practices that help you move from cloud-hosted to cloud-native architecture and maximize the benefit and use of the cloud. From essential application and infrastructure considerations to dynamically observing cost and managing security, you can use these learnings to approach a cloud-native architecture.
Author - Infrastructure as Code Patterns & Practices, Engineer - Cloud & DevOps, and Developer Advocate @Hashicorp
As the author of Infrastructure as Code, Patterns and Practices, Rosemary Wang works to bridge the technical and cultural barriers between infrastructure, security, and application development. She has a fascination for solving intractable problems as a contributor, public speaker, writer, and advocate of open source infrastructure tools. When she is not drawing on whiteboards, Rosemary debugs stacks of various infrastructure systems on her laptop while watering her houseplants.