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Application Development: In the Cloud, It's Not The Same

Application Development: In the Cloud, It's Not The Same

Date / Time
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Time: 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET
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1 hour

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An InformationWeek & Dr. Dobb's Webcast


The large scale enterprise application has provided a poor model for the scale-out, cloud application. Have you gone to the wrong school? Netflix, among others, decided it had with its large Java/Oracle application. Now it's moving to a distributed, cloud architecture. And that architecture looks different from what came before.

  • This Webcast will tell you what's different about cloud apps
  • Even if you're not developing cloud apps today, you'll want to learn how to design for long term, distributed, scale-out principles

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Featured Speakers:

  Andrew Binstock — Executive Editor, Dr. Dobb's Journal

  Charles Babcock — Editor-At-Large, InformationWeek

  Andi Gutmans — CEO, Co-founder, Zend Technologies

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