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

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Developers will natively develop new applications in the cloud, instead of first developing locally

Even though the cloud has become very popular for any type of application deployment, most of an application's development (the actual coding) happens in an offline mode where developers have lDEs on their workstations: they write the code, run the unit tests there, and once everything looks good, it is pushed to the central code repository, which again may or may not be in the cloud. However, once the entire build process runs, the actual deployment of application binaries happens in the cloud most of the time. This is primarily due to a few factors:

  • In order to develop in the cloud, they need to be continuously connected to the internet, ...

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