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

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Hybrid and migration of application deployment

Containers are a great way to run a hybrid architecture or to support the migration of a workload to the cloud faster and easier than with most other methods. Since a container is a discrete unit, whether it's deployed on-premises (such as a private cloud) or in the public cloud (for example, AWS), it will be the same. This pattern then allows for the architecture team to deploy the full composite application (multiple microservices, containerized applications, and so on) to on-premises and use the cloud environment to be the disaster recovery (DR) or failover site, or vice versa. It also allows for a low risk migration of a containerized application from on-premises to the cloud, making this ...

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