DevOps, Containers, Open Cloud Software Architecture Theatre
When we talk about “cloud computing,” we generally mean a “cloud computing stack,” consisting of IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, etc. These forms of cloud computing work fine for data centers and traditional environments.But what if we could use not only data centers, but also the regular computers that surround us—at homes, at offices, and in the hands of crypto miners. How would typical forms of cloud computing (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) look if built on a network of computers all over the planet?
What would a fog computing stack look like? In this talk we will try to explain the similarities between cloud and fog computing, what is compatible, and what software will work on the fog without modifications, as well as how IaaS is organized in a fog environment, how PaaS works etc.
We will also cover what is different and how software must be modified to adopt.