The "cloud" has been available to developers for over a decade with exciting services that really boost your applications to the next level. Why is it that the majority of applications running on these cloud platforms are still built as though it's 1990's with complex infrastructures? Today there's no longer a need to build tightly integrated applications.
In this talk I will discuss 15 years of cloud development showing examples of old-fashioned application architectures that are still being produced today. To counter these examples I will also show you how easy it is today to build applications cloud-native so they are outperforming the competition, are easily maintainable and are resilient against failures.
The goal of this talk is to have you rethink the way you develop for the cloud and how you can adopt my approaches in your own architectures.