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

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Cloud native architectures will expand beyond data centers to "things"

Traditionally, applications have been designed for either server-based environments or mobile devices. However, off late, that's changing a bit, where now code and applications are also being written for "things". These things could be any physical device, like your light bulb, thermostat, child's toy, or an actual car, which is connected to the internet and controlled that way. As per this article from Gartner (https://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/3598917), an estimated 20.4 billion such devices will be connected to the internet by 2020, thereby greatly changing the way we interact with them. In fact, with so many devices connected to the backend, the application architectures ...

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