This brings us to the last section of this book, and we have covered lots of ground right from the beginning. So, let's go back a bit and reflect on what we have learned through, the various chapters.
We started by defining what it actually means to be cloud native, as that was the core part of laying the foundation of the entire discussion in the rest of the chapters. So, as a quick refresher, the CNMM revolves around three main axes:
- Cloud Native Service
- Application Centric Designs
So, every customer will have a varying degree of maturity of across all of these axes, but essentially, they can still be cloud native:
After this, we went into the details of the Cloud Adoption Framework and what it means from multiple different perspectives, including business, people, governance, platform, security, and operations. This eventually led us to the next important set of topics revolving around the essence of microservices, serverless, and how to build applications in the cloud...