Multi-Cloud Magic: Leveraging Multi-Cloud Clusters in Real-World Scenarios

 
English Intermediate DevOps

Public, Private, Hybrid...Multi-Cloud? As the cloud development options and architectures continue to evolve, we've finally found ourselves at the next new thing: Multi-Cloud. What is it? Do we really need it? How would you take advantage of a multi-cloud solution? In this talk, I'd like to describe a few real-world use cases where a multi-cloud solution is currently in production, specifically when it comes to data. These include: - Data Sovereignty & Data Residency - Varied Client Requirements - Developer / Client Choice A demo on how to setup a multi-cloud cluster will also be shown. The audience will leave with a more confident understanding of real-world, multi-cloud use cases and see how to create their own!

Speaker

Adrienne Tacke

Senior Developer Advocate at MongoDB

Currently a Senior Developer Advocate for MongoDB, Adrienne Tacke is also a Filipina software engineer, speaker, published author of the book Coding for Kids: Python, and a LinkedIn Learning instructor who specializes in Cloud Development courses. Perhaps most important, however, is that she spends way too much money on desserts and ungodly amounts of time playing Cyberpunk 2077.

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