TechDays 11 Bern - .NET Application Platform (DAP): a private cloud for .NET applications

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Credit Suisse has a strategy of using Application Platforms to standardise technology stacks, services and processes for in-house developed applications. Building on the experience from the Java Application Platform the same concept was transported to .NET and the existing hosting offering transformed into a full-fledged platform. This talk explains the concept of the platform plus the core building blocks of the implementation.

Speaker: Flurin Capaul



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      Interesting talk on the private cloud implementation challenges and solutions in a large scale enterprise.

      My time bookmarks notes of the video in minute:second approx format follow:

      10:20 Common application challenges

      10:45 How do you deploy an application into the cloud?

      11:14 How are users authenticated?

      12:43 What is the solutions for failover / high availability?

      13:14 lifecycle & dependencies: scenario for dependencies challenges in getting rid of an operating system 

      14:30 Reproduceability

      16:10 Commonalities

      16:23 finding different solutions for common concerns

      19:00 platform approach advantages compared with single applications approach

      19:30 applications should focus on business logic and not infrastructure

      22:40 platforms at Credit Suisse

      26:00 DAP platform (.NET app platform)

      31:30 DAP product classes

      33:30 DAP Lifecycle Model

      39:54 DAP release model

      43:40 DAP toolchain model

      47:40 DAP tech stack & ecosystem

      52:00 DAP process map

      54:00 DAP platform governance

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