Multi-Arch Cloud Infrastructure from the Ground Up: Why and How to Get Started

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Cheryl Hung, Senior Ecosystem Director in Infrastructure at Arm, Founder of the Cloud Native London meetup

About this talk

Multi-architecture infrastructures enable workloads to run on the best hardware for the task (Arm or x86) and optimize price/performance ratios while boosting design flexibility. However, migrating from a single- to a multi-arch framework can be tricky. Join Cheryl Hung, Senior Ecosystem Director at Arm to learn about: - What is multi-architecture infrastructure? - The trend for moving cloud workloads to multi-arch - How early adopters handled the challenges - The growing software ecosystem of Arm - Comparing the price-performance of common workloads on x86 vs Arm - Resources to get you started This talk prepares developers for the road ahead with the ability to run workloads on the best hardware without needing to be concerned with the underlying architecture. About the speaker Cheryl brings engineers together to build the future of infrastructure, especially cloud native and open source. As Senior Director at Arm, Cheryl leads ecosystem strategy to drive adoption across cloud, 5G and networking. She also founded the Cloud Native London meetup and runs events for 7000 architects, SREs and DevOps engineers monthly. Previously Cheryl was VP Ecosystem at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation / Linux Foundation, bringing Spotify, Apple and Airbnb into the End User Community. She was a C++ engineer on Google Maps and and engineering manager at Apple, and holds a Masters Computer Science from the University of Cambridge.
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