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Automate all the things.

Maximize your dev time with the right tools

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Everything As Code

Applications | Infrastructure | Automation

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Polyglot Persistence:

Where should you put your data?

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SO YOU WANT TO CLOUD

For years, highly-available systems relied on hardware. In the cloud the focus has shifted to making services more resilient by designing around HA shortcomings. In this section we talk about the mind shift required to make your applications less reliant on old school HA practices.

GET DIRTY WITH DATA

MySQL? NoSQL? Column-Family? GraphDB? In this section we'll discuss how to put different data stores together to optimize your return on performance.

EVERYTHING AS CODE

In this section we'll discuss agile development and the tools of the trade. We dive into DevOps and show you how to transform your culture.

CASE STUDIES

Real world problems, real world solutions. Learn how various businesses have adopted cloud into their technical strategy and the lessons they learned along the way.

5 PILLARS OF CLOUDINESS

How do you design applications for the cloud? Learn principles you can apply to any cloud application, whether you're from a garage-based startup or a Fortune 100 company. We've built an application called Margarine that you can use as an example for designing your own cloud applications. In this section we discuss design patterns we used that you can adopt.

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Next Event: San Francisco, CA

December 11, 2013

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Speakers

Wayne Walls
Cloud architect at Rackspace helping people build successful businesses with cutting edge technologies.

Wayne Walls

Developer Advocate
Hart Hoover
Former support Racker helping people discover the power of the cloud.

Hart Hoover

Cloud Strategist
Alex Brandt
Cloud developer, helping people build distributed scalable systems with a variety of technologies.

Alex Brandt

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