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These days people spend a tremendous amount of time touting the need to be "cloud native", but what does that actually mean, and why is cloud native so important? In this session, Kevin will share with you some of the key factors that make an application cloud native. He will explore these factors, how they apply to modern software and microservice development, and how the benefits of these new disciplines apply in or out of the cloud. You will learn about some cloud native anti-patterns as well as best practices and strategies. You can expect to hear examples, case studies, and war stories from the trenches of migrating enterprise monoliths to the cloud.
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Kevin has been programming for the past twenty years. He has worked in myriad industries including video games, waste management, biometric security, finance, cloud platforms, and even search and rescue drones. He has presented several times at Apple's WWDC and dozens of other conferences, and written over 18 books on various topics including C#, cloud native patterns, Go, and even Apple's Cocoa. He spent over a year teaching Pivotal's enterprise customers how to decompose their monoliths and migrate their workloads to the cloud, and is now evangelizing and developing cloud native and microservice strategies for Capital One. He has also written two fantasy novels and hopes to get some sleep sometime around 2020.