Harvesting Cloud Native Know-How: 

Design Principles for a Cloud Native Application

October 31st at 1PM EST

Join us as we dive into the best practices and design principles that all Cloud Native developers should know in this second webinar of three focused on Cloud Native Development.

In this session, we will explore the latest trends and techniques for building scalable, resilient, and efficient Cloud Native applications.We'll discuss the common architectures such as the Miroservices approach and how it can help break down large applications into smaller, independent services that are easier to develop, deploy, and scale.

In addition to these architectures, we'll also explore key principles like scalability, resilience, and observability. We'll discuss how Cloud Native applications can be designed to handle increased traffic and demand, recover quickly from failures or errors, and provide real-time insights into application behavior.

This is a must-attend webinar for anyone who is interested in building modern, efficient, and scalable applications.

Bill started in the computer field in late 1979 while studying at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.  Over the years he worked for a number of companies as either a system administrator, programmer, network administrator, database instructor or full-time instructor.  Bill has worked on or used every model of system from Digital Equipment, Sun Microsystems, and various smaller companies.  Bill has used Vax/VMS, SunOS, Solaris, Microsoft Windows, as well as just about every distribution of Linux over the years. 

Taught all the Docker, Kubernetes. and Openstack courses from Mirantis as well as a number of courses from Microsoft. 

Zack joined Mirantis' Solution Architecture team as a New Jersey native. Coming from the consulting space, he has consulted and advised commercial organizations in the software engineering domain: helping them with strategic decisions, sharpen their software engineering teams, develop and modernize applications, and educate on the latest architectures.