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Cloud Native Development Patterns and Best Practices by John Gilbert

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I think I will remember forever a very specific lunch back in 2013 at the local burrito shop, because it is the exact point at which my cloud-native journey began. My colleague, Tim Nee, was making the case that we were not doing cloud correctly. We were treating it like a data center and not taking advantage of its dynamic nature. We were making the classic mistake called lift and shift. We didn't call it that because I don't think that term was in the mainstream yet. We certainly did not use the phrase disposable infrastructure, because it was not in our vernacular yet. But that is absolutely what the conversation was about. And that conversation has forever changed how we think and reason about software ...

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