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

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Summary

In this chapter, we introduced you to hyper-cloud scale and all the implications this aggregation of organized compute means to IT consumers. The global scale, consistency, and reach of these cloud platforms has changed the way we need to think about scalable and available systems.

We introduced the concept of always-on architectures, and the key architectural elements that comprise these systems. Network redundancy, redundant core services, extensive monitoring, IaC, and immutable deployments are all important elements to architect into any cloud-native system.

Building on this always-on approach, we introduced the concept of self-healing infrastructures. For large-scale, cloud-native deployments, automating the recovery and healing ...

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