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Cloud native refers less to where an application resides and more to how it is built and deployed.
- A cloud native application consists of discrete, reusable components known as microservices that are designed to integrate into any cloud environment.
- These microservices act as building blocks and are often packaged in containers.
- Microservices work together as a whole to comprise an application, yet each can be independently scaled, continuously improved, and quickly iterated through automation and orchestration processes.
- The flexibility of each microservice adds to the agility and continuous improvement of cloud-native applications.
Why cloud-native applications matter?
Cloud-native applications are purpose built for the cloud model. These applications—built and deployed in a rapid cadence by small, dedicated feature teams to a platform that offers easy scale-out and hardware decoupling—provide organizations with greater agility, resilience, and portability across cloud environments.
Cloud Native Architecture
Architecture for implementing cloud-native enterprise systems using container-based technologies. According to the current state of the ecosystem, microservices, serverless functions, integration services, and managed APIs are ready to be deployed on containers handling production workloads. Those components can be deployed on private, public, and hybrid cloud environments using a cloud-agnostic container orchestrator. Nevertheless, stateful, complex distributed systems such as database management systems, analytics platforms, message brokers, and business process servers may need more maturity at the container cluster manager and at the application level for natively supporting completely automated deployments.