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Presentation: "Designing Applications for Amazon's Web Services"

Track: Designing for Cloud / Time: Monday 13:20 - 14:10 / Location: Lille Sal, BORA BORA

Running applications in the cloud is both incredibly easy and incredibly hard. An application can yield great power from being able to change, upgrade and downgrade your infrastructure at any time, and to add new components like cloud storage. But to successfully run and deploy applications on an elastic cloud platform, there's a couple of things that will make your life a lot easier. 

We've been through this experience a dozen times over developing, deploying and running Scalarium, a cloud management platform, on EC2. I'll let you in on the trade secrets of what you can do to build and deploy reliable applications on the Amazon cloud.

Keywords: EC2, Cloud, Patterns, Architecture, Deployment

Target Audience:Developers at any level, most of the experiences talked about are easily applicable to other cloud or private infrastructure environments.

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Mathias Meyer, Infrastructure Mad Man

Mathias Meyer

Biography: Mathias Meyer

Mathias Meyer has worked in cloud infrastructure and automation, with distributed databases and systems, experiencing the joy of both success and failure with all of them. His interest in learning more in all these fields is unhealthy and has turned him to writing the NoSQL Handbook.