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Application Transformation
Monolith to Modularity, an example

Virtual Machines and Monoliths can be valid.  It is untrue that every application must be decomposed into microservices, and containers.  Decomposed microservices architectures are difficult to build and operate, leading to higher costs.   Not all

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Application Transformation
J.P. Morgan: Digital, Data Transformation and the Data Mesh

Monolithic applications may need to be decomposed in service-oriented components, to run and scale in lightweight containers.  Similarly, monolithic Data architectures may need to be rebuilt into service-oriented Data flows and processes.  This can transform

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Cloud Design Goals
IaC Books and Summer reading

Infrastructure as code (IaC), attempts to codify the underlying deployment infrastructure.  There are 2 broad categories: continuous deployment, or continuous delivery.  They are slightly different concepts with continuous deployment seamlessly integrating with the usual ‘infinity

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Agile
Agile in reality

What is Agile? About 70% of projects fail.  Most of these – a vast majority – still use the Waterfall methodology.  Waterfall is completely unsuited to building software, code, systems or complexity of any variety. 

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