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Latest Edition of QSights: A Secular Tailwind Toward Cloud Native Computing

The term “Cloud Native” describes technologies that are used to develop containerized applications in the cloud built with microservices (a collection of loosely coupled modular services) that are managed on agile infrastructure through DevOps processes and continuous delivery workflows. Enterprises and managed service providers (MSPs) are beginning to adopt cloud native technologies to replace legacy or monolithic architectures with faster, higher performing, and more resilient cloud applications. At the heart of this adoption is technology called Kubernetes—an open-source container-based orchestration system for automating cloud application deployment and management, which has become synonymous with the cloud native standard.

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In addition, Q Advisors curated a list of 100 private vendors benefiting from increased investments in the Cloud Native space.

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