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How We Made a Multi-Cloud, Drag-and-Drop Eclipse Plugin

Adrian Cole (jclouds.org ), Aled Sage (Cloudsoft Corporation )

Making with Eclipse · Sponsored
Wednesday, 11:10, 20 minutes | Camino Real

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During this session, you'll learn how Cloudsoft created drag-and-drop deployment across multiple clouds using jclouds. You'll see how Monterey ties into Eclipse from a code and configuration standpoint, as well a live demo dragging code into a cloud like EC2. You'll leave knowing more about the benefits and challenges inherent in multicloud applications. Here's the agenda! - Intro to multi-cloud and jclouds - How we created a cloud-ready plug-in for Eclipse including code and descriptors - watch Monterey drag-and-drop deployment in action - watch Monterey moving the deployment across clouds once live

Adrian founded the open source project jclouds last march, and is actively engaged in cloud interoperability and devops circles. Recent efforts include vCloud ecosystem engineering at VMware, Java integration at Opscode, and cloud portability efforts at Cloudsoft. Adrian's currently consulting under Cloud Conscious LLC.

Aled is VP of Engineering at Cloudsoft, with over a decade's experience developing distributed applications mostly in the enterprise sector. Particular areas of interest include concurrency, fault tolerance, messaging, and how to simplify development of scalable distributed transactional applications. Prior to joining Cloudsoft, Aled was chief architect at Enigmatec Corporation. He holds a PhD (Computer Science) from the University of St Andrews.