In my previous blogs I have talked a lot about MSA (Microservices) and CNA (Cloud Native Application). Let me recap the main differences to both before going further.
MSA is the ability to break an application into a set of fine-grained components from a business perspective. The main architecture principles of MSAs are:
In my previous post , I wrote about using SUSE Cloud Application Platform on AWS for cloud native application delivery. In this follow-up, I’ll discuss two ways to get SUSE Cloud Application Platform installed on AWS and configure the service broker:
Use the AWS Quick Start for SUSE Cloud Application Platform on Amazon EKS to […]
Let us talk first about what is cloud native and the benefits of SUSE Cloud Application Platform and AWS when building cloud native applications.
So, what is a cloud native app?
Usually people mistake a cloud native app with a 12 factor app and that is not correct. 12 factor is a set of good […]