DevOps And Cloud Native Development

Although the technique of running containerized applications in the Cloud may be the definition of Cloud-native DevOps based on the name alone, this definition is incorrect. Instead, Cloud native DevOps is a way to organize your teams so you can benefit from the automation and scalability that cloud-native technologies like containers and Kubernetes offer—to boost the speed of your company's development.

Moving your infrastructure and services progressively to the Cloud is an evolutionary trend. Do you think it qualifies your application as Cloud native though? What exactly is Cloud Native—is it a feature of an application, a development approach, or something else entirely?

Here, we'll briefly go over what Cloud Native is and how .NET Core and Azure DevOps can help you achieve it if you're in a situation where your services are split between the Cloud and owned or rented platforms. If you need help deciding which development model to use in this situation, read on if you need help.

At its core, Cloud Native DevOps is a technique to boost your company's speed and organize your teams to benefit from the automation and scalability that cloud-native technologies like containers and Kubernetes provide.

By nature, these cloud-native technologies are designed to be.

  • Resilient: Embracing failures instead of trying to prevent them, taking advantage of the dynamic nature of running on a platform.
  • Agile: Allowing for fast deployments and quick iterations.
  • Operable: Adding control of application life cycles from inside the application instead of relying on external processes and monitors.
  • Observable: Providing information to answer questions about the application state.

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What is Cloud Native?

Cloud computing is no longer merely a place to rent platforms or infrastructure. The use of the Cloud has significantly increased in the past ten years since its widespread adoption. We have developed solutions for how to use the Cloud platform most effectively, including combining all services needed for developing, maintaining, and scaling an enterprise application and hosting.

It's likely that you already use a number of these services that make up being "Cloud Native" if you have an application hosted in the Cloud and deploy your modules directly to the Cloud.

For the avoidance of doubt, Cloud Native is not bound by a Cloud or an Application hosted on it. Instead, Cloud Native is a method for designing, developing, and deploying your apps while using all the cloud computing-provided development tools.

Changes needed to implement Cloud-native DevOps

To properly implement cloud-native DevOps, changes must happen in three key areas.

  • Cultural change from silos to proper DevOps: As mentioned above, it is not necessary to run applications in the Cloud to be Cloud native, but DevOps is a must to practice cloud native. DevOps aims to align everyone with the same tools and a standard set of priorities.
  • Organizational change involves buy-in from everyone to work in collaboration to achieve the same goal: The idea is to encourage a faster feedback loop between developers and end users, which speeds up application development and provides action items for the business.
  • The technical change relates to how the application is built: For example, moving from monolith to microservices.


Ways to implement cloud native DevOps

Implementing CNAs is more complex than deploying them into the cloud. To be considered cloud native, a CNA needs to meet specific characteristics.

  • Aligning with the microservices patterns: Monolithic apps should be broken into small services that can be developed independently. As long as each service adheres to a strong contract, it can be iterated on. All these services comprise the application.
  • Using containerization: Code can be packaged without worrying about the underlying system.
  • Following declarative communication pattern: CNAs must trust that the network will deliver the message and return either a success or failure. This helps standardize a communication model, moving the functional implementation of how something achieves a desired state away from the application to a remote API or service endpoint.
  • Deploying container orchestration: The biggest orchestration platform out is Kubernetes. The most significant benefit of k8s is the fact that it abstracts away the details of underlying computing, storage, and networking resources.
  • Writing code according to 12-factor application principles ensures clean, declarative contracts for cloud platform deployments.
  • Increasing automation in CI/CD pipelines: Continuous Integration and Deployment are nothing new to cloud-native, but the added complexity they bring means there must be extra automation in place to deal with the complexity of the pipelines.
  • Exposing health check: This is great for knowing what is going on with the application. The application tells the platform it is running on what state it is in, which in turn makes monitoring easier.
  • Collecting telemetry data: Things like latency, request per minute, etc., is the information needed to determine whether you are meeting service level objectives (SLO). Telemetry data can and should be alerted on to consider your application cloud native.

Why Cloud Native?

The goal of switching to a Cloud-native design is to provide the client with more excellent value faster. Because of this, cloud-native is a blend of agile, CI/CD, microservices, automation, and flexibility, and this list will keep changing as new cloud-based capabilities are added. Numerous advantages of the cloud-native strategy for your company include.

  • Modularity
    The procedure of creating applications is streamlined. The dependency is reduced, and each module can be created separately as we spread our program into microservices.
  • Scalability
    Applications built in a cloud-native manner are scalable because they can be quickly changed in real-time to fit a situation without significantly affecting other services or requiring a total program shutdown.
  • Monitoring
    Monitoring business processes is made simpler because each microservices links to functionalities for businesses. You can choose which module to concentrate on to improve a service's functionality or performance.
  • Deployability
    Code batches can be deployed anytime and from any location, because we have embraced the CI/CD via a Cloud infrastructure. Rapid Deployment and iterative product and service enhancement are encouraged by this. As a result, improvements to all services take place concurrently
  • Replaceability
    Our services change quickly to accommodate new functionality, but the microservices architecture leaves the option to replace the service through a design or architectural change completely.
  • Resiliency
    Functionalities in microservices are spread out among several services. The entire application is shielded from a single point of failure, improving performance. The catastrophe recovery is also restricted to the impacted functionalities.

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