Single, Multi, Omni, & Poly
In this introduction to the series, we'll start by demystifying buzzwords surrounding public cloud presence.
Next, we’ll look at some current trends and explore the individual benefits of single, multi, omni, and poly cloud presence. We’ll answer many questions, such as, is vendor lock-in as scary as it sounds? Will additional engineering be required to make workloads portable between clouds? And, most importantly, is all of this worth the effort? Join and find out!
- Demystifying Public Cloud Presence
- Current Trends
- Public Cloud and Component Types (IaaS, CaaS, PaaS, and SaaS)
- Vendor Specifics and Lock-in (PaaS & SaaS)
- Portable Workloads (IaaS, CaaS)
- Benefits & Drawbacks
- Demos: Deploying a containerised app across multiple clouds, and registering a Azure Kubernetes cluster in GCP using Anthos
David Tessier has over 15 years of experience in software development and over 6 years of experience in cloud development and architecture. He is certified in both Microsoft Azure and GCP, allowing him to enable innovative solutioning across various industries, including automotive, financial services, and not-for-profit. He is strategically-focused with proven ability to drive change. In addition to his current role as a Cloud Architect, David also leverages his technical knowledge as a coach and mentor.
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