Building a multi-tenant PaaS is not a walk in the part, certainly if the platform you are building on is constantly changing. In this session I'll walk you through the adventure we've been on where you'll learn about the challenges we've had and how we approached them and whether or not our decisions worked out or not. – How to design for scale – How to operate the platform – How to grow a platform mindset and force ownership – How to provide user-friendly webhooks – How to roll out changes – How to design for multi-tenancy – How to approach constant change – etc Cloud platforms are never finished so you'd better come prepared.
Tom works for Codit as an Azure Architect, is a member of the AZUG crew and has been a Microsoft Azure MVP & Azure Advisor since 2014. You can see Tom around on GitHub maintaining Promitor & Azure Deprecation or contributing to projects like KEDA & Arcus. He turns coffee into scalable & secure cloud systems and writes about his adventures on blog.tomkerkhove.be.
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