Cloud computing has unquestionably changed the world of enterprise IT, but now that it’s over 16 years old, the cloud is starting to show its age. The cloud’s core abstractions, in particular the virtual machine (VM), are proving far too expensive and inflexible to meet modern application needs. As a result, the world of enterprise IT infrastructure is now moving to a new paradigm of cloud-native computing: a broad set of architectural principles and best practices centered on Kubernetes. But moving apps from either on-premises or cloud environments to Kubernetes can be tricky, as this broad vision for cloud-native goes well beyond what Kubernetes alone can provide.

Download this eBook to read:

  • Migrating from Cloud to Cloud-Native
  • Virtual Machine Limitations
  • Is Migrating to Kubernetes the Answer?
  • Stateless vs. Stateful: Why Enterprise Teams Stop at Microservices
  • Data-Centric Apps with Containers
  • The Robin Advantage: An as-a-Service Experience

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