Cloud Native Application
Cloud Ecosystem for next-generation
Cloud Native technology is a form of application development for B2C and B2B companies which utilise infrastructures provided by Cloud providers such as Amazon Web Service (AWS) and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). As more businesses begin to build low-risk and cost-effective solutions from shared multitenant infrastructures, there is a greater need for Cloud integration, which we can help construct with our Cloud Native Application experts.
About Cloud Native Applications
Cloud services offer sophisticated tools and technology to build native applications such as Serverless architecture, DevOps, Web, Mobile, and deployment services. As this service is built upon and integrated development system, production creation, and testing can be conducted from a single platform, with a faster user acceptance cycle. In comparison to traditional asset-based costing, this solution charges on real-time consumption on Cloud resources, making it a low cost and low-risk alternative to a traditional system.
Native Mobile App
Cloud native mobile app development simpliﬁes the processes of building, testing, and monitoring mobile applications through unifying console integrating cloud provider services. Developers can conﬁgure their app features such as user authentication, data storage, backend logic, push notiﬁcation, content delivery, and analytics.
Cloud Hosted Web App
Mobile backend services are built on managed PaaS which supports REST and Graph QL server endpoint. It is a growing trend for developers to focus on writing business logic on server-less function, and this can be done in the Cloud without worrying about architectural concerns such as deployment, performance, scalability, failure, and recovery.
Serverless is the Cloud native architecture that enables to build, run and service applications without requiring a server. It eliminates infrastructure management tasks such as server and cluster provisioning, patching, operating system maintenance, and capacity provisioning, allowing developers to focus on their core R&D.
DevOps automation - CI/CD
During continuous integration developers regularly merge their code changes into a central repository followed by automated builds and tests are run. The key goals of continuous integration are to ﬁnd and address bugs quicker, improve software quality, and reduce the time it takes to validate and release new software updates. On the other hand, continuous deployment is an extension of continuous integration. In this practice, code-built changes are automatically deployed in various environments like testing or production.
The microservices architecture is a design approach to build a single application as a set of small services. Each service communicates with other services through a well-deﬁned application programming interface (API) interface using a lightweight protocol mechanism, typically an HTTP.
- Infrastructure as Code
Infrastructure as code is a DevOps practice in which infrastructure is provisioned and managed using code templates. This cloud service enables developer s and administrators to interact with infrastructure programmatically and meet scaling environment (dev, prod) needs instead of manually provisioning and conﬁguring infrastructure resources.
Monitoring and Logging
Cloud infrastructure and service generate plenty of logs in their environment. It becomes important to monitor the logs and metric generated to see how applications and infrastructure performance impacts end user experience. By analyzing and categorizing logs developers or architects understand how changes or updates impact or helps ﬁnd out root causes of problems.