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Cloud Native Architectures: Hybrid Cloud Architectures

 
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Does the book have content related to how we design and develop architectures for hybrid cloud(e.g. services deployed across private cloud and public cloud, like in Mesos Marathon or Kubernate and on AWS or Google Cloud)? would the technical solutions be different then just purely public cloud or private cloud? what are the additional considerations we need to make, analysis  and evaluation needed? Can we use Netflix OSS + Spring Cloud on both?
 
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Hi Billy Tsai -

That's a very interesting question. We do have complete chapters on how to build cloud native application using leading cloud providers like AWS, Google Cloud and MS Azure, so I am sure that would definitely be of your interest. Other than that, in Chapter #5, we also have a section which focussed on multiple cloud native toolkits like Kubernetes, Simian Army, Mesos, OpenStack etc. Also, across the book we talk about various hybrid architectural patterns though the focus is more on public cloud and its native services.

I would also advise you to take a look at the book outline on amazon.com, which will further provide you details on the book content. Hope you like it and look forward to the feedback :-)

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Kamal Arora
 
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Does it mention how cloud native architecture fit into enterprise architecture?(Or how can we adopt it as part of enterprise architecture)
 
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Yes, it does. In fact we have come up with Cloud Native Maturity Model (CNMM), which can be applicable to anyone from a startup to an enterprise.
 
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