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Migrating to Cloud-Native Architectures Using Microservices: An Experience Report

Balalaie, Armin; Heydarnoori, Abbas; Jamshidi, Pooyan;
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  • Published: 29 Jul 2015
Migration to the cloud has been a popular topic in industry and academia in recent years. Despite many benefits that the cloud presents, such as high availability and scalability, most of the on-premise application architectures are not ready to fully exploit the benefits of this environment, and adapting them to this environment is a non-trivial task. Microservices have appeared recently as novel architectural styles that are native to the cloud. These cloud-native architectures can facilitate migrating on-premise architectures to fully benefit from the cloud environments because non-functional attributes, like scalability, are inherent in this style. The exist...
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