Migration of a containerized legacy application to the cloud

 
English Intermediate Main Conference

A classic legacy desktop application is usually not designed to operate in the cloud, not even as a container. Nevertheless, you can’t refuse cloud adoption and the need for scaling your resources on demand - if you want to continue to be successful and open up new business areas. That’s why we took the plunge with our MS Windows-based monolith, whose development began more than two decades ago. The start of the changeover raised more questions than answers. • Which (new) technology services will be included in our technology stack? • How far will we come within a year? • Who is the main driver regarding our efforts towards to cloud migration and scalability? • Which obstacles will we face? This is (among others) what we are trying to answer.

Speaker

Patrick Koch

DevOps Engineer at AVL List GmbH

DevOps Engineer | Blogger | Speaker #cloud #k8s #container #cicd

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