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This book fills a gap between theory and practice...entertaining and educational.
Cloud Native Patterns is your guide to developing strong applications that thrive in the dynamic, distributed, virtual world of the cloud. This book presents a mental model for cloud-native applications, along with the patterns, practices, and tooling that set them apart.
Cloud platforms promise the holy grail: near-zero downtime, infinite scalability, short feedback cycles, fault-tolerance, and cost control. But how do you get there? By applying cloud native designs, developers can build resilient, easily adaptable, web-scale distributed applications that handle massive user traffic and data loads. Learn these fundamental patterns and practices, and you’ll be ready to thrive in the dynamic, distributed, virtual world of the cloud.
With 25 years of experience under her belt, Cornelia Davis teaches you the practices and patterns that set cloud-native applications apart. With realistic examples and expert advice for working with apps, data, services, routing, and more, she shows you how to design and build software that functions beautifully on modern cloud platforms. As you read, you will start to appreciate that cloud-native computing is more about the how and why rather than the where.
Requires basic software design skills and an ability to read Java or a similar language.
Cornelia Davis is Vice President of Technology at Pivotal Software. A teacher at heart, she’s spent the last 25 years making good software and great software developers.
We interviewed Cornelia as a part of our Six Questions series. Check it out here.
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The book’s focus on real world challenges makes this an essential manual for modern day projects.
Demystifies the process of building self-healing, distributed, and resilient web applications with low operational maintenance.
A direct and definitive guide to cloud native, with real-life experience driving the narrative. A must-read for practicing engineers who want to feel like a native in the cloud.
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