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THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY EMBRACES CLOUD-NATIVE ENGINEERING

February 24, 2022

The telecommunication whitepaper
Cloud-native engineering empowers organizations to design and develop scalable, agile, cost-effective applications and run them in dynamic environments such as on-premises or in public, private, or hybrid clouds. A cloud-native application consists of microservices working together in an application that can be scaled easily. These microservices are often packaged in code along with libraries and dependencies to run anywhere. In a cloud-native app, the application code is designed, built, and delivered very differently than it would be for conventional, monolithic apps. Cloud-native engineering enables loosely coupled systems that are resilient, manageable, and observable to be combined with robust automation, allowing engineers to make changes frequently.

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