Cloud Native in the US Federal Government
Going cloud native in a highly regulated context presents challenges of its own. In this talk, Jez Humble will share with you the platform created by the cloud.gov team at 18F, and the benefits it brought to federal agencies seeking to use the cloud.
Outline/Structure of the Case Study
I start with a brief refresher on continuous delivery. Then I present an overview of the regulatory framework within which software is delivered in the US federal government, and the impact of this framework on the software delivery lifecycle. I show how 18F attempted to streamline the process of delivery by creating a platform-as-a-service which took care of many of the regulatory issues. I discuss the platform in the context of good practice for for building a platform-as-a-service.
- The impact of regulation on the software delivery lifecycle
- How a platform-as-a-service can help in a regulated context
- How a team in the US federal government built cloud.gov, a platform-as-a-service for regulated information systems
- Principles for building a platform-as-a-service, including tradeoffs against regular infrastructure-as-a-service
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