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Cloud-Native Requires DevOps—Or Does It? – DevOps Unbound Roundtable

Cloud-Native Requires DevOps—Or Does It? – DevOps Unbound Roundtable

Cloud-native software architecture uses microservices, service mesh and containers when building applications. Some cloud-native benefits align nicely with those of DevOps: Creating and deploying smaller bits of code, dynamically building dev, test and production environments using containers, scripts and infrastructure-as-code (IaC) and developing scalable and distributed applications. Does that mean DevOps is a must when going cloud-native, technically or practically? How proficient must you be at DevOps to take on sizable cloud-native applications? Should you dive in headfirst, no matter your DevOps chops? Our DevOps Unbound panel dives into these questions and more to explore the interdependencies of cloud-native and DevOps, sharing insights from both and challenging assumptions along the way. Join co-hosts CEO Alan Shimel and CTO Mitch Ashley of Techstrong Group with their panel of crazy-smart experts to answer these questions and more

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