CloudCamp London - It's all about the apps! (Jan 23)
As usual CloudCamp London will be an opportunity to meet old and new friends, grab a beer or two ready for a few short interesting talks and then the lively unpanel debates, follwed by networking accompanied by pizza and more beer! Again the evenings proceeding will be MC'd by @swardley and @JoeBaguley.
Come along join in share your experience, thoughts, vision and questions.
It's All About the Apps!
With Cloud there is always alot of discussion about the infrastructure and platform, tonight we'll look at things from the point of view of the application. As far as the business and users are concerned applications should be top of mind; speed of deployment, quality, reliability, availability...
As usual bring along your cloud questions and opinions, you'll have the opportunity to voice them.
As always the unconference will provide vendor neutral unbiased expert opinion, answering questions and discussing issues in a fun and educational way, along with the opportunity to network with cloud users, consultants and vendors. It is a forum where you can get your cloud questions answered in a unbiased way and meet people with real cloud experieince.
We keep vendor sales pitches to a minimum by giving the audience 'red cards' - if you don't like what the speakers are saying send them off!
We need sponsors for the beer and pizza! Please let me know if you'd like to sponsor this one.
The New Venue
- Shoreditch Works Village Hall, 33 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NN, United Kingdom
Registration, beers and networking from 6pm
- Introduction to CloudCamp by Simon Wardley.
1. Justin Cormack @justincormack - 'Hypervise my App!' Platform as a service is about providing a hypervisor for applications so they can be securely isolated on shared systems. This talk takes alightning overview of the history of application virtualisation since the 1960s to today, looks briefly at how three current solutions (ZeroVM, OSv and Docker) fit into this history, and what the future trends are.
2. Daniel Power, OneLogin - 'Its all about the (Management Of) the App' whilst the ubiquity of SaaS applications is great for Lines of Business to be "Agile" organisations should not forget that these services should be managed in terms of access, passwords, provisioning and deprovisioning in just the same way as an organisation would manage On-premis applications.
3. Phil Carey @photoroutes - ‘Grey Clouds' - do you pass the Yorkshire Test. A light hearted look at selling Cloud apps to the older generation, do the apps and sales pitches pass 3 simple tests based on sound Yorkshire principals.
4. Anthony Stanley @IamStan - 'The Anatomy of an App.. Everything but the App' Exploration into all the things outside the app that every app needs.
5. Richard Weerasinghe, ElasticBox - 'Cloud-Enabling Enterprise Applications'.
6. Julian Fischer @railshoster - 'VMWare to OpenStack with a running Cloud Foundry' Learn from experience recently collected at anynines on how a VMWare based Cloud Foundry is moved to an OpenStack Havana infrastructure with barely no downtime.
7. Paul Hopton, @relayr_cloud - 'The WunderBar - Bootstrapping the Internet of Things
How to move beyond corporate hype, and make the Internet of Things happen (almost) now.
8. Rhys Sharp @fedr8 - Applications and PaaS
- Unpanel and Unconference - cloud experts volunteer to join the panel to answer questions from the floor, giving everyone the opportunity to further discuss the topics that require more indepth discussion.
- From 8:30pm: Networking, drinks and pizza
- 9:30pm close