Cloud Development Technologies
Wednesday, August 3, 2022
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We’re all facing more and more apps moving to the cloud, teams working remotely, amid growing and evolving security threats. When it comes to security, there’s never a single destination. The biggest risk is committing to an approach that locks you out of your own future — think of roadblocks like moving along a vendors’ legacy approach forward just because it’s there, or restricting your options because of choices someone else made years ago. Today and tomorrow, more than ever, organizations of all sizes need highly effective security delivered via an Internet-native architecture that consistently bends and flexes to tackle the challenges of our current landscape, and that innovates at a pace to help you foresee what’s ahead. Join this vendor-agnostic session, where we’ll learn about how you can be equipped to face new emerging threats, with essential capabilities for business continuity, and scale instantly without worry:
— Why this is happening now: shifting your network and security infrastructure to the cloud and consolidating it into one composable services platform.
— How to evaluate: if a security platform is built on a trusted, resilient, and flexible zero trust network, architected for where networking is going.
— How to adopt: everything you need today and tomorrow to secure your business so you can operate it easily, at your own pace, at lower cost, and with consistent and relentless innovation to help you and the organization scale.
This is a live coding talk on building a solution for a real-world problem. In this 20 min of talk, let's challenge ourselves to build a (simplified) ToDo application that is accessible to the entire world! To build this we will use Serverless Backend with (API Gateway, DynamoDB) and Vue.js (with Nuxt.js) for the frontend. Finally, we will use Amplify for deploying the application.
In this session, we'll explore a new deployment experience for .NET developers working on AWS, from within Visual Studio and at the command line. Come and find out why we built a new, opinionated experience, how it helps you quickly and easily move your .NET applications to the cloud with minimal knowledge of AWS, and how you can easily customize the experience for your teams.
While infrastructure has evolved from on-prem to cloud, application architectures have evolved from client-server to Cloud-native and development practices have evolved from Waterfall to Lean Agile/ DevOps, operations is still siloed and stuck in the past at many organizations. In this session we will explore how to build an integrated approach to cloud workload management that is built on Site Reliability Engineering principles and a product-oriented approach to run operations. If you are already on Cloud or thinking to migrate to cloud, join us to hear how you should be thinking about designing for reliability, cost and performance while you run cloud workloads to optimize.
Thursday, August 4, 2022
Web development is a fast changing ecosystem with new technologies and libraries being created on the go. To stay on top of everything, we have to make it as easy and accessible as possible to experiment and use these technologies with little to no setup. In this talk, we'd be exploring the world of Browser-based IDEs and how they are changing the ecosystem - improving collaboration, streamlined experiences and preconfigured development environments.
Finding, sharing, and tracking microservices that make up our ‘logical’ applications is often the reason why cloud-native architecture is considered ‘complex.’ Supply chain management in a shared microservice architecture has its own challenges compared to monolithic development. Supply chain management speaks to improving security in the software systems we create. At the core of these discussions is the generation of SBOMs and CVE reports. In monolithic architecture, the creation of application SBOMs and CVE reports are done at the CI build step. But how do we mine the SBOM data at the application level in a microservice environment without a monolithic build?
This presentation will review the supply chain complexities in a microservice architecture with hundreds of run-time dependencies, each having its own SBOM and CVE reports. It will introduce Ortelius, an open-source unified supply chain catalog, incubating at the Continuous Delivery Foundation, that aggregates SBOM and CVE microservice level data up to the consuming ‘logical’ applications. Attendees will learn how they can easily produce application-level supply chain reports that meet new federal security requirements, even in complex cloud-native environments.