Cloud Native

Using containers, functions, and data to build next-generation applications

; Trent Swanson ; Peter Jausovec

Developers often struggle when first encountering the cloud. Learning about distributed systems, becoming familiar with technologies such as containers and functions, and knowing how to put everything together can be daunting. Les mer
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Developers often struggle when first encountering the cloud. Learning about distributed systems, becoming familiar with technologies such as containers and functions, and knowing how to put everything together can be daunting. With this practical guide, you'll get up to speed on patterns for building cloud native applications and best practices for common tasks such as messaging, eventing, and DevOps.

Authors Boris Scholl, Trent Swanson, and Peter Jausovec describe the architectural building blocks for a modern cloud native application. You'll learn how to use microservices, containers, serverless computing, storage types, portability, and functions. You'll also explore the fundamentals of cloud native applications, including how to design, develop, and operate them.

Explore the technologies you need to design a cloud native application
Distinguish between containers and functions, and learn when to use them
Architect applications for data-related requirements
Learn DevOps fundamentals and practices for developing, testing, and operating your applications
Use tips, techniques, and best practices for building and managing cloud native applications
Understand the costs and trade-offs necessary to make an application portable

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Boris is a Product Architect with the Azure Compute team focusing on the next generation of distributed systems platforms and application models. He has been working on Azure Developer tools and platforms in various product engineering roles since 2011. Boris re-joined the Azure Compute team in 2018 after having spent the 18 months outside Microsoft leading an engineering team to work on a microservices platform based on Kubernetes and Service Meshes. His work on distributed systems platforms has resulted in several patents about cloud computing and distributed systems. Boris is a frequent speaker at industry events, a contributor to many blogs, instructor for distributed computing topics and the lead author of one of the first books about microservices and Docker on Azure (Microservices with Docker on Azure).

As a co-founder and consultant with Full Scale 180, he worked with some of Microsoft's largest customers, helping them migrate and build applications on the Microsoft Azure platform. He has been involved in building some of the largest applications running on Microsoft Azure today, many of which are now utilizing Docker, serverless technologies, and a microservices architecture. Trent often works with the Microsoft Patterns and Practices team developing guidance and best practices for cloud applications where he also co-authored a book on cloud design patterns. As a co-founder of Krillan and Threadsoft he has built applications based on a microservices architectural style using Docker, Node.js, Go, and Mesos. As a co-founder of B & S Enterprises, he dabbles with various IoT technologies for commercial building management.

Peter Jausovec is a software engineer with more than 10 years of experience in the field of software development and tech. During his career, he spent time in various roles, starting with QA then moving to software engineering and leading tech teams. His early career was mostly focused on developer and cloud tooling for Azure while working for Microsoft. In recent years, he has been focusing more on developing distributed systems, working with cloud-native solutions and microservices platform developed on Kubernetes and service mesh.