Join David Linthicum for an in-depth discussion in this video Containers, part of Cloud Architecture: Design Decisions.
- [Instructor] As long as we're talking…about height-driven technology,…we need to mention container technology.…So containers allow you to encapsulate the operating system…and the applications into a single distributed container…that's able to run on many operating systems…and cloud-based systems.…So the value proposition of containers is portability,…the ability to kind of write the application once…and run it anywhere.…Dockers, of course, best known…for their container technology…and they provide a runtime that allows us to,…in essence, put the operating system…and put the application into a container,…and, theoretically, move it from cloud to cloud…based on their support of the container, as we need it,…and then therefore create many…distributed, heterogeneous applications.…
We can have containers running on Amazon Web Services,…containers running on Microsoft,…containers running on Google.…And all these things can be the same application…that are communicating one to another…via the communication mechanisms that container support,…
This course is targeted at IT professionals who have a basic understanding of the cloud and are ready to move on to creating a cloud architecture. David Linthicum begins with the business case and requirement patterns, and then moves onto mapping requirements to individual architecture concepts. There are multiple aspects to consider: storage, processing, governance, management and monitoring, security, performance, and more. David also includes discussion of advanced topics such as serverless architectures and containers. Watch and learn how to make sense of today's requirements, and plan your cloud-based architecture to scale with what your company needs to succeed tomorrow.
- Advanced architecture
- Building a business case
- Defining storage, processing, database, and other requirements
- Mapping requirements
- Performance and security