Join David Linthicum for an in-depth discussion in this video Application level, part of Cloud Architecture: Core Concepts.
- [Instructor] Okay, it's time to look…at the application level,…or basically the last level that we're talking about…in this series of discussions.…So, in many cases, this is where the rubber meets the road.…Your application is probably the most important…part of the architecture,…because it's going to define…how the end users and how the business processes…interact with the architecture,…interact with the technology you have.…So, keep that in mind as we're going through this unit.…So, we're turning all of these technology components…into a solution.…So, the application is about leveraging storage…and data and networking,…and whether it's server-less technology…or different database technology,…or component-based technology,…or container-based technology,…it really doesn't matter,…all things are going to change over time,…but this is about abstracting it…into an application instance…or basically binding it into a solution,…so this is very important that we get this right.…
So, you're typically going to do hundreds of these…
- Cloud architecture basics
- What problems need to be solved?
- The "as is" and "to be" states
- Cloud storage, CPUs, and databases
- Building your first architecture
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5. Build Your First Architecture
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