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Cloud Native Computing

Cloud Native Computing involves developing applications as a collection of loosely coupled and independently deployable microservices, packaged in containers, and dynamically orchestrated to optimize resource utilization.
Cloud Native computing and DevOps share common goals of accelerating software delivery, improving scalability, and enhancing reliability.
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Global Scale Performance

By integrating Cloud Native principles with DevOps practices, organizations can achieve faster time-to-market, better resource utilization, and increased agility in responding to changing business requirements.
Cloud Native Computing takes the principles of DevOps a step further by leveraging cloud technologies and architectures to enable organizations to build and deploy applications at scale, and improves DevOps performance in several ways:

Best Practices

An ongoing article series on implementing Cloud Native best practices.

Cloud Native Computing takes the principles of DevOps a step further by leveraging cloud technologies and architectures to enable organizations to build and deploy applications at scale.
By migrating to a unified DevOps platform, Vodafone’s development efforts operate like a single, global team rather than several disparate companies.
The USAF set out to establish the foundations for cloud-native development, digital engineering/ digital twin testing, test automation, and optimizing the flight test feedback processes.

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Cloud Native Telco

To illustrate the suite of Cloud Native principles and best practices, our ebook examines them applied to the Telecommunications sector.
Like every enterprise sector telecommunications is seeking to harness the evolution of IT pioneered by Netflix, building hyper-scale systems using containers and a microservices architecture.
Netflix ushered in a new era of web scale IT, a technology architecture that naturally leverages the global, elastic capacity of the Cloud and enables a high velocity rate of digital service innovation.
The enterprise sector has been quick to understand how this approach can be applied to their existing IT estate and a vendor ecosystem has organized around fulfilling that potential. Smart CSPs will be next to build upon that learning further and leverage that momentum to replicate it to achieve the same for Telco services.
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