Presentation on theme: "OPENWEST 2013 PRESENTED BY GRANT SHIPLEY PHP Mobile Backends."— Presentation transcript:
OPENWEST 2013 PRESENTED BY GRANT SHIPLEY PHP Mobile Backends
AGENDA IntroductionCloud Overview Demo Java to PHP
WHO AM I? Grant Shipley – Senior Manager, Cloud– Red Hat I still code Red Hat (8 Years), Novell (2 years), Caldera / SCO (5 years) Java / Mobile /MongoDB / MySQL / PostgreSQL Open source projects
A JAVA GUY?
WHO ARE YOU?
ASSUMPTIONS You care about writing mobile applications You want to learn how to create scalable PHP backends You want to learn about the current cloud scape
OVERVIEW My mobile development history Native development sucks What I learned about publishing mobile apps Partner Partner Partner – I cant compete Use established brands and content
MONGODB Document-orientated High performance High availability Easy scalability JSON Document Store – Perfect for Titanium Backed by 10gen Open Source
PHP and CLOUD
LEVEL SET Cloud computing will Feed all the children Shelter all the homeless Create world peace Save us from the zombie apocalypse Automagically correct your terrible photos
How do I use this? Servers in the Cloud You must build and manage everything (OS, App Servers, DB, App, etc.) IaaS
Im not sure this does what I need. You are restricted to the features of the 3rd Party application Someone elses app in the Cloud (CRM, etc.) SaaS
Quickly build the Application that YOU need for Your Group, your Enterprise, your next great idea! Big data, mobile, social You code the application, We run it for you Leverage the ease, scale and power of the Cloud CodeDeployEnjoy PaaS
EVERYONE GETS ALONG Operations care about stability and performance Developers just want environments without waiting OpenShift creates a peaceful environment for both parties
WHY OPENSHIFT OpenShift is FAST
OpenShift is FREE?
Vertical Scaling Horizontal Scaling OpenShift is SCALABLE
PHP ROCKS ON OPENSHIFT ZEND Rocks on OpenShift
Did I Mention OpenShift is FREE?
Got Questions? We Have Answers! IRC: freenode #openshift Forums: Grant on Source code: