Architecting Cloud Native Applications

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Learn
  • Understand the difference between cloud native and traditional architecture
  • Automate security controls and configuration management
  • Minimize risk by evolving your monolithic systems into cloud native applications
  • Explore the aspects of migration, when and why to use it
  • Apply modern delivery and testing methods to continuously deliver production code
  • Enable massive scaling by turning your database inside out
About

Cloud computing has proven to be the most revolutionary IT development since virtualization. Cloud native architectures give you the benefit of more flexibility over legacy systems.

This Learning Path teaches you everything you need to know for designing industry-grade cloud applications and efficiently migrating your business to the cloud. It begins by exploring the basic patterns that turn your database inside out to achieve massive scalability. You’ll learn how to develop cloud native architectures using microservices and serverless computing as your design principles. Then, you’ll explore ways to continuously deliver production code by implementing continuous observability in production. In the concluding chapters, you’ll learn about various public cloud architectures ranging from AWS and Azure to the Google Cloud Platform, and understand the future trends and expectations of cloud providers.

By the end of this Learning Path, you’ll have learned the techniques to adopt cloud native architectures that meet your business requirements.

This Learning Path includes content from the following Packt products:

  • Cloud Native Development Patterns and Best Practices by John Gilbert
  • Cloud Native Architectures by Erik Farr et al.
Features
  • Discover best practices for applying cloud native patterns to your cloud applications
  • Explore ways to effectively plan resources and technology stacks for high security and fault tolerance
  • Gain insight into core architectural principles using real-world examples
Page Count 526
Course Length 15 hours 46 minutes
ISBN 9781838643317
Date Of Publication 15 Apr 2019
GCP's cloud-native services (CNMM Axis-1)
Application Centric Design (CNMM Axis-2)
Automation in the Google Cloud Platform (CNMM Axis-3)
Patterns for moving off from monolithic application architectures to Google cloud native architectures
Summary
Predictions for the next three years – what to expect in terms of cloud native architecture evolution
The future of enterprises on the cloud
New IT roles
Summary

Authors

John Gilbert

John Gilbert is a CTO with over 25 years of experience of architecting and delivering distributed, event-driven systems. His cloud journey started more than five years ago and has spanned all the levels of cloud maturity—through lift and shift, software-defined infrastructure, microservices, and continuous deployment. He is the author of Cloud Native Development Patterns and Best Practices. He finds delivering cloud-native solutions to be by far the most fun and satisfying, as they force us to rewire how we reason about systems and enable us to accomplish far more with much less effort.

Kamal Arora

Kamal Arora is an inventor, author, and technology leader with more than 15 years of IT experience. He currently works at Amazon Web Services and leads a diverse team of highly experienced solutions architects who enable global consulting partners and enterprise customers on their journey to cloud. Kamal has also led the creation of biggest global technical partnerships, set his team's vision and execution model, and incubated multiple new strategic initiatives. He's passionate about the latest innovations in the cloud and the AI/ML space, and their impact on our society and daily-life.

Piyum Zonooz

Piyum Zonooz is a Global Partner Solution Architect at Amazon Web Services, where he works with companies across all industries to help drive cloud adoption and re-architect products to cloud native. He's led projects in TCO analysis, infrastructure design, DevOps adoption, and complete business transformation. Prior to AWS, Piyum was a Lead Architect as part of the Accenture Cloud Practice where he led large-scale cloud adoption projects. Piyum holds a BSc and MSc. degree in Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Erik Farr

Erik Farr is a technology leader with over 18 years in the IT industry. He has been on the leading edge of cloud technology and enterprise architecture, working with some of the largest companies and system integrators in the world. In his current role at Amazon Web Services, he leads a team of experienced solution architects to help global system integrator partners design enterprise scale cloud native architectures. Before AWS, he has experience with Capgemini and The Walt Disney Company, always working to create highly valuable outcomes for customers.