Prairie.Code() Sessions tagged cloud

Welcome to Spring Cloud

Spring Cloud provides a series of projects dedicated to making 12 factor or cloud native application development possible. Armed with basic knowledge of the Spring Framework, this talk will provide the audience some of the basics needed to build Cloud Native applications with the Spring Framework

Speaker

Frank Moley

Frank Moley

Internet Architect, Garmin International

An Extended Explanation of Caching

Caching can be like regex. If you've got a problem and not a clear understanding of what you're trying to solve, you're going to end up with two problems. Understanding the mechanisms and types of caching possible from end user browsers down to in-memory databases can help clarify just what problem each layer of caching is designed to solve. Learn about what to cache, how to cache, and when to introduce caching into the mix of what you're building out. We'll talk about how to use CDN's, in memory, on disk, and cloud solutions when having to scale your applications with a caching solution.

Speaker

Tom Cudd

Tom Cudd

Systems Architect, VML, Inc.

Adding Realtime Features to Your Applications with SignalR

Ever wondered how hard is to add real time eventing to your ASP.NET application? SignalR is a new library that makes bi-directional communication easy and fun. In this session we'll cover the features and approaches SignalR offers on both client and server sides. If you're interesting in adding real time eventing to your applications today, you don't want to miss this talk.

Speaker

Javier Lozano

Javier Lozano

CEO, Lozanotek, Inc.

Serverless Compute Survey

Serverless computing isn’t serverless at all, but the servers are no longer ours to customize. We just focus on the code, and the platform handles on-demand deployment, monitoring, and scaling.

Audience members will gain a theoretical overview of serverless computing and we will discuss software design and operation tradeoffs that come with the territory. Because serverless computing constrains our code to runtime environments defined by providers, we will see more differences between providers than if we were deploying our code on vanilla virtual machines. We’ll discuss fears of vendor lock-in that come along with serverless deployments, and we’ll discuss scenarios where we should move forward with serverless in spite of those fears.

Practical examples will include code samples and deployment configurations running within AWS Lambda and Azure Functions, and source materials will be made available to participants.

Speaker

Tim Freund

Tim Freund

Lead Engineer, Code Muxer