Oren Eini is the CEO of RavenDB, a NoSQL Distributed Database that’s Fully Transactional (ACID) both across your database and throughout your database cluster. RavenDB Cloud is the Managed Cloud Service (DBaaS) for easy use.
Oren Eini, aka Ayende Rahien, is a frequent blogger at ayende.com. He has over 20 years of experience in software development with a focus on the Microsoft and .NET ecosystem.
Oren has been awarded Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional. He’s an internationally acclaimed presenter appearing at DevTeach, JAOO, QCon, Oredev, NDC, Yow!, and Progressive.NET conferences as well as authoring “”Inside RavenDB””, published by Hibernating Rhinos.
He remains dedicated and focused on architecture and best practices that promote quality software and zero-friction development.
Seeking Simplicity in the Cloud
Kubernetes? Containers? Serverless systems?
Deploying to the cloud comes with its own unique set of challenges and a somewhat insurmountable set of tools, techniques, and methods for managing, deploying, and working with your application in a cloud environment.
For the most part, such systems appear horrendously overcomplicated. The number of steps and know-how you need to deploy the simplest application using “”modern cloud-native technology”” is far too complex.
What is worse, all those layers, configuration knobs, and deployment options only make sense if you are trying to build stuff at a massive scale and complexity. At which point, you’ll already replace much of the generic infrastructure with
the things you really need.
In this talk, Oren Eini is going to talk about the internal architecture of RavenDB Cloud, RavenDB as a Service, running on AWS, Azure, and GCP. We’ll look into the internal architecture, explore the design pressures that led to certain
decisions and see how we can create a multi-cloud environment that is simple to operate and manage by removing all the craft from the system.