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

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Open source frameworks and platforms

Many customers are worried about lock-in aspects in the public cloud. However, this fear is totally unfounded as every piece of software and application has some vendor-specific intellectual aspects which provide value to the customer, so they shouldn't just be viewed from a lock-in perspective. As an example, for, say, word processing, many of the customers make use of Microsoft Word, so if you use that to create a document, in a way you are tied to the application, but that doesn't imply that you are locked in. However, in many of the enterprise scenarios, there are certain COTS applications which can be replaced by other open source options which both helps bring down costs and reduces dependency on ...

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