Build from scratch or update a cloud-based infrastructure. Then, make the most of it with security, flexibility, resilience, and savings. Developers can create components in a secure and scalable way and have full autonomy during a business application. They don’t need to understand “build and run,” which is getting more complex by the day. The goal is to allow the tech professional to focus on the business characteristics and create value during optimization. Spending a team’s energy on defining the structure and architecture for the application of each microservice can be a waste of energy.

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Cloud Native

Instead of simply virtualizing servers and migrating computing from local applications, a business and applications‘ architecture may benefit from the advantages of Cloud Native. They include creating applications in dynamic and scalable environments using technologies such as containers, microservices, service and data meshes, and immutable infrastructure, all executing in private, public, or hybrid clouds.  

Cloud Native draws upon the extensive experience the industry has been gathering over the past few decades.

Cloud Native’s highlights:

  • Containers: containers make developing, implementing, and managing applications easier. 
  • Availability: cloud-native solutions allow for highly available resources and failure tolerance. 

Security: the cloud has advanced security mechanisms to protect data and applications, whether they are resting or moving.

StackSpot empowers the technology team with reusable parts like Zup Studios that ensure safety, quality, and efficiency.

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