Bridging a Multi-Cloud Environment

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January 14, 2020

Bridging a Multi-Cloud Environment

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Tim Hockin

January 14, 2020
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  1. Bridging a Multi-Cloud Environment Tim Hockin Google Cloud

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  3. Availability Locality Risk Isolation Legacy Acquisitions Multi-Env

  4. By 2021, over 75% of midsize and large organizations will

    have adopted a multi-cloud or hybrid IT strategy* *Gartner, Predicts 2019: Increasing Reliance on Cloud Computing Transforms IT and Business Practices, December 2018 +75 %
  5. Using multiple clouds means you are exposed to all of

    the differences between them • UI, API, CLI • Product capabilities • Identity, Auth Cacophony
  6. Differences between clouds run deep, impact what you build, and

    how you operate • Networking • Storage • Autoscaling • App lifecycle Experience
  7. The logical solution to variations across platforms is new abstractions

    Abstraction
  8. It’s very easy to accidentally depend on facets of a

    specific environment and get stuck Lock-In
  9. Mastering one cloud is hard; mastering multiple clouds can be

    overwhelming Training
  10. You don’t want to train your teams on multiple clouds

    You don’t want to tailor your deployments for each cloud Consistency
  11. Look for abstractions that are widely adopted and which are

    supported by the underlying providers Standard
  12. Consistent, flexible CLI & API Abstraction of infrastructure Single dev

    / ops experience Highly portable workloads Kubernetes
  13. High-level enough to hide the worst differences between clouds Low-level

    enough to run almost anything Elevate
  14. Build your custom platform on a solid foundation that abstracts

    the infrastructure Platform
  15. Kubernetes is not an island Ecosystem

  16. Numerous options and solutions exist, and people are ready to

    fill in the gaps Leverage
  17. There are no magic bullets No system is perfect Anyone

    who says otherwise is selling something Reality Check
  18. Kubernetes can be the thread that ties multi-cloud solutions together,

    but it is not a solution on its own Future
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