Cloud-native DevOps gets real with new tools

JASON BLOOMBERG | November 25, 2019

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DevOps practitioners take heed: Cloud-native computing will be the overarching trend for enterprise application development in the 2020s. Cloud-native computing is a paradigm shift in enterprise technology that extends the hard-fought best practices of the cloud to all of IT. In particular, this approach centers on a comprehensive abstraction that hides the complexity of hybrid multi-cloud environments from the workloads and applications that run on them. For many people, the starting point for cloud-native computing is the infrastructure, where Kubernetes carries the flag. The point for IT infrastructure, however, is the applications organizations put in front of their customers and employees.

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