Adopting cloud native technologies is no longer optional for enterprises that want to remain competitive. The good news: developers are excited by the prospect of using DevOps and cloud native technologies to build the next generation of hyperscale applications and services. But the process is complex and requires both technological and cultural change. This practical guide will help you navigate the transition to cloud native technologies step by step, employing the most useful patterns and tools.
Claudio Caldato shows you how to adopt cloud native services incrementally, using the CNCF Trail Map. Learn how a cloud native approach can help increase productivity and portability of your services or applications across different cloud providers and considerably reduce time to market. If you’re considering adopting cloud native technologies and want to embrace DevOps culture, this report will get you well on your way.
Table of contents
Adopting DevOps and Cloud Native Culture
- Crawl, Walk, Run
- Hybrid Scenarios
- Future Opportunities
- Title: Cloud Native for the Enterprise
- Release date: April 2020
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 9781492083160
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