Many modern enterprise architectures consist of services that are hosted and run in clusters. The benefits include high availability, reliability, scalability, and extensibility. But because service-based architectures are created, deployed, and managed differently than traditional tiered applications, organizations need to plan to transition gradually. In this talk, Richard Broida will present strategies for adopting architectures that use Docker and/or Service Fabric to host and manage services in clusters. We will focus on both the development and deployment stories, with emphasis on how both Docker and Service Fabric can run on both Windows and Linux, and can run in the datacenter, in Azure, or in any other cloud.
Richard Broida Connected Systems Practice Director at Bennett Adelson.