9:15 AM Sunday
Round Table
Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 13 & 14, 2018session

Securely developing and deploying multi cloud applications

Enterprises and individual developers alike are in a race to develop applications that are multi cloud, secure and top at user experience. They want to deploy applications rapidly with code reuse and security embedded into framework.

About This Session

Today, enterprises and individual developers alike want to develop applications that are multi cloud, secure and top at user experience. They want to deploy secured applications rapidly with highest degree of code reuse and library uniformity. Web technologies change quickly and best practices are constantly evolving. How do you deploy applications securely across public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud? What steps you should take?

In this session, we will take a sample web application, and deploy to public cloud, hybrid cloud and private cloud securely. We will learn requirements, configurations needed at each step. While GitHub for SCM, HSM for crypto key generation and Kubernetes orchestration are core components, you will know how setup and configuration are different for each cloud. Cloud specific info needs to be stored in a common repository and reused over time. A new JSON standard is proposed to store meta data of each cloud. For multi cloud deployment, the merged JSON document becomes key to drive the development and deployment of applications to each cloud. Thanks to repository driven services, developer is constantly made aware of each cloud requirements and restrictions as development progresses. It is powerful tool to help developers develop and deploy applications securely across the cloud.

In the end, you will take away few best practices to deploy your application securely across all cloud environments.

Time: 9:15 AM Sunday    Room: Round Table 

The Speaker(s)

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Sunil Sabat

Senior Director , BigID

I am principal technical alliance manager at Informatica. I have presented paper at Silicon Valley Code Camp. I also offer big data training and blog at bigdataknowhow.weebly.com. I am MS(Comp Eng.), MS( Comp. Sc) and MBA. My passion is to learn new software and hardware technologies and solve practical use cases for the benefit of businesses, governments and people in general. I want to give back to community in many ways I can.