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Multi-Cloud Handbook for Developers

By : Subash Natarajan, Jeveen Jacob
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Multi-Cloud Handbook for Developers

By: Subash Natarajan, Jeveen Jacob

Overview of this book

Unleash the power of cloud computing with Multi-Cloud Handbook for Developers, your guide to mastering the nuances of cloud-native and multi-cloud, covering practical strategies for design, development, and management. Explore the essential concepts, challenges, and methodologies critical for navigating the complex landscape of modern cloud computing. Using core architectural and design principles (such as microservices and 12-factor architecture) and advanced strategies (such as distributed application design patterns, domain-driven design (DDD), and API-first strategies), you’ll learn how to build portable and efficient apps across various cloud platforms. You’ll understand how to leverage Infrastructure as Code (IaC), continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD), GitOps, and DevOps practices, along with containerization and orchestration techniques using Docker and Kubernetes. You’ll also get to grips with data, security, compliance, and cloud cost management strategies in multi-cloud environments. With real-world case studies, best practices, and insights into future trends, this book will equip you with the skills to develop, manage, troubleshoot, and innovate cloud-native applications across diverse cloud platforms, positioning you at the forefront of the cloud computing revolution.
Table of Contents (17 chapters)
Part 1:Introduction to Multi-Cloud and Cloud-Native
Part 2: Designing and Developing Cloud-Native Applications for Multi-Cloud
Part 3: Managing and Operating Cloud-Native Apps in Multi-Cloud
Part 4: Best Practices, Case Studies, and Future Trends for Multi-Cloud and Cloud-Native

Part 1:Introduction to Multi-Cloud and Cloud-Native

In this foundational part, we explore the essentials of multi-cloud and cloud-native technologies. Here, you’ll comprehensively understand the current landscape, including the numerous benefits and challenges these technologies present. This part is designed to provide clarity on what multi-cloud and cloud-native really mean and their significance in today’s tech-driven world. Furthermore, it delves into the principles and architecture of cloud-native applications, covering pivotal topics such as microservices, serverless computing, and 12-factor applications. This sets a solid foundation for understanding cloud-native application architecture and design principles, preparing you to harness these technologies effectively.

This part has the following chapters:

  • Chapter 1, Discovering the Multi-Cloud and Cloud-Native Universe
  • Chapter 2, Building the Backbone of Cloud-Native Applications