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Cloud Native Architectures by Piyum Zonooz, Erik Farr, Kamal Arora, Tom Laszewski

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Increased abstraction from infrastructure services

A few years back, when the public cloud started to gain traction, the main emphasis was on the core infrastructure blocks covering Compute, Storage, Networking, Databases, and so on. However, as various cloud providers started to introduce newer services, that trend changed rapidly as the services were more higher level and abstracted the underlying infrastructure aspects greatly. As an example, we have seen services like Amazon Connect, which is a cloud-based contact center offering from AWS, and the end user doesn't have to bother about the underlying infrastructure at all and can quickly get started in a matter of minutes, focusing on their core business aspects, call routing logic, and ...

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