For several years, traditional enterprise applications have been architected towards achieving maximum performance on an on-premise single-tenant design. But these are no longer the right building blocks for the next generation of IT applications build to run in the Cloud. In future, applications will be hosted in virtualized multi-tenant cloud environments and this session will sensitize the participants on the architecture challenges for developing on the cloud.
Cloud computing offers a very exciting challenge for architects and developers to bring on-demand applications to customers and the considerations in this session will help you gain a competitive advantage of developing a flexible, elastic application architecture for the cloud.
Takeaways from the session
- Designing for linear scale up and scale down
- Supporting multi-tenant architecture
- Facilitate unlimited and federated storage
- Design for the cluster
- Develop to support pay-as-you-go model
- Avoid data lock-in
- Recovering quickly. Distribute the impact of failure
- Avoid synchronous connections
- Address virtualization
This session on “Architecture challenges in Cloud Computing” will be presented at the 1st IndicThreads.com Conference On Cloud Computing to be held in Pune, India on 20,21 August 2010.Click here for a list of other Sessions @ The Conference