Design patterns for cloud architecture

Design patterns for cloud architecture

Exploring trends which influence business and strategic decisions around cloud computing.

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Design patterns for Cloud Architecture - key challenges #

Cloud computing is not just about “closing down data centers” or about “efficient storage and compute resources”. The year-on-year growth in cloud computing adoption has brought about unique and innovative approaches - in the design of IT architecture; the generation, storage and retrieval of data; and redesign of business processes.

Design patterns for Cloud Architecture explores the current and emerging trends across the range of attributes which influence business and strategic decisions around cloud computing. Experts will highlight the topics which dominate any discussion around cloud computing including governance and management of data, edge computing and the economics of cloud computing.

Takeaways for participants #

Engage with experts who will discuss the following topics:

  • Designing IT systems for emerging aspects of cloud computing.
  • Securing data in the cloud.
  • Audits and regulatory compliance in public cloud computing.
  • Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) in public cloud.
  • Public cloud economic models - designing for efficient usage and cost optimization.

Who should participate #

  • Software/IT architects
  • Network security specialists
  • Solution Architects
  • Developers adopting low-code/no-code models
  • Product Managers
  • Technology reporters

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Prathamesh Sonpatki

Prathamesh Sonpatki

@prathamesh-sonpatki

The hidden cost of instrumentation

Submitted Jan 5, 2023

Update as of 20/01/2023 #

Please see https://prathamesh-sonpatki.notion.site/The-hidden-cost-of-Instrumentation-f5e597ef2d444cc8b41f4226a9d9bf69 for a detailed brief of this talk.

Abstract #

The path to Observability starts with instrumentation. If you are just starting the Observability journey of your organization, then setting up and maintaining tools and pipelines can be expensive and time-consuming.

There are many different ways of instrumenting applications and components that affect observability, such as log aggregation, distributed tracing, application performance management, and synthetic monitoring. Each method has its own pros and cons.

In order to determine the best way of instrumentation for the observability of software systems, it is important to consider the specific requirements of the system and the cost/benefit of each monitoring method. Different solutions may be more appropriate for different systems depending on the size, complexity, and budget of the organization.

Session outline #

The talk will be divided into the following broad sections.

  • The landscape of instrumentation in cloud-native applications covers a plethora of tools.
  • Deciding the factors which help in choosing one way of instrumentation over the other.
  • A way forward for organizations to evolve their instrumentation journey.

Reviewer info #

This talk is primarily for practitioners who have to plan and implement the instrumentation journey for their organizations, the organizations that do not have the Observability system yet.

Audience Takeaways #

Understand the landscape of instrumenting cloud-native applications to make informed decisions on how to instrument such software systems.

Speaker Profile #

Prathamesh Sonpatki works at Last9.io building Reliability platforms for SREs. Contributor to open source and communities. More details at https://prathamesh.tech

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