Getting Started With Cloud Native

This book provides practical guidance on applying cloud-native patterns and practices to build responsive, resilient, elastic, and message-driven systems. It covers architectural fundamentals, risk mitigation strategies, monitoring best practices, and the importance of observability in cloud-native environments. Whether you’re a developer venturing into cloud-native systems or an enterprise seeking innovation, this book serves as a compass for navigating the dynamic business landscape.

getting started with cloud native

Getting Started With Cloud Native

In today’s fiercely competitive landscape, enterprises must adapt to survive. This free e-book, “Getting Started With Cloud Native” serves as a compass for organizations seeking to modernize their legacy infrastructure and thrive in a world dominated by born-in-the-cloud companies.

Key Takeaways

Understanding Cloud Native:
Explore the fundamentals of cloud native architecture and its impact on business agility.
Learn how microservices, containers, and Kubernetes form the backbone of cloud-native applications.

Challenges on the Horizon:
Understand the obstacles organizations may encounter during their cloud native journey.
Address compliance, data security, and resilience requirements specific to the financial services industry.

Monitoring and APM Best Practices:
Discover effective strategies for monitoring application performance in a cloud native environment.
Navigate the complexities of legacy tools and optimize your monitoring practices.

Observability for Success:
Understand why cloud native observability is essential for meeting user demands.
Leverage observability tools to enhance responsiveness, innovation, and customer satisfaction.

Remember, embracing cloud native practices isn’t just a choice; it’s a survival imperative in today’s dynamic business landscape. Get you e-book “Getting Started With Cloud Native” and start exploring the Cloud Native today.

Some Chapters From The Book

  • The cloud native and DevOps connection
  • The monolithic architecture had its time and place
  • Benefits — and challenges — of a cloud native architecture
  • The need for cloud native observability