Developing Cloud
Native Apps

Navigating digital thunderstorms with DevOps,
Site Reliability Engineering and Microservices.
Developing Cloud native apps
Developing Cloud native apps

Evolution of Cloud Native

Developing Cloud native apps

The design, development and usage of applications
have changed rapidly to accommodate success in software-driven & fast-paced markets.

Cloud native development of apps changes the approach to creating, running and improving apps on the basis of tested technologies in cloud computing.

The big advantage of cloud computing for businesses is the quick exploits they make in the cloud computing delivery model. When the cloud native architecture  is deployed to build and operate applications, the ideation-to-deployment timeline is significantly cut short and companies can answer customer feedback even quicker.

How Cloud Native Addresses Common Industry Problems?

Cloud native development navigates through traditional infrastructure challenges by packaging a set of rapidly scalable independent services which optimally utilize available resources and infrastructure.

As these loosely coupled services are maintained independently, developers can redirect focus to the core strength of each service to deliver detailed functionality. Since cloud native services are built around nimble APIs like the Google open source remote procedure call (gRPC), NATS and representational state transfer (REST), project delays are almost non-existent.

Traditional product and interface development is affected by issues such as:

Common industry problems
Adoption practices

Best Adoption Practices Cloud-Native

Adoption practices

A wide range of methodologies and patterns go into approaching, designing and developing cloud-native applications. These include Agile, DevOps, etc. But before we start covering some of these, it would be worthwhile to take a look at the adjacent cloud native landscape by DZone

Most studies on the subject rank cultural changes as a greater obstacle to cloud native adoption – ahead of planning, complexity and deployment challenges. The best practices for cloud-native adoption are, by extension, indicative of the larger shift in culture.

DevOps

DevOps is the most obvious (some would argue most significant, too)..more

DevOps


DevOps is the most obvious (some would argue most significant, too) passenger in the journey toward a cloud-native culture.
While DevOps itself predates the cloud native, it is considered an essential component in the cloud-native culture primarily because it breaks down traditional work silos of the development and operations teams and encourages open communication and collaboration.

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)

SRE (Site Reliability Engineering) is a DevOps iterative ..more

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)


SRE (Site Reliability Engineering) is a DevOps iterative developed by Google. It takes DevOps a step further by approaching operations from a software-centric viewpoint. With SRE, traditional developers can internalize operations skills including system administration, networking and automation.

Microservices

Cloud native applications are architected in a way that makes it paramount ..more

Microservices


Cloud native applications are architected in a way that makes it paramount to form close-knit cross-functional teams that take charge of individual microservices of applications. These teams are wholly responsible for the development, testing, deployment and operation of these components and therefore must internalize a wide range of skills.

CCID practices of the likes of automation building, shared responsibility and staying nimble with continuous production-readiness all the time are other important components of the cloud native culture.

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