It all starts with the development of a roadmap for a modern, future-ready cloud native architecture based on your unique requirements. Whether on AWS,
Azure, GCP, or all of the above does matter. Increasingly differentiated, some clouds are more suitable for specific use cases than others. Other strategic
considerations include whether to leverage cloud services or their open source cloud-native counterparts. Which infrastructure as code toolkit to use, how
do set up disaster recovery, ensure reliability, and manage costs efficiently.
A cloud-native architecture should be able to span multiple environments, whether your current requirements demand it or not. Given the pace of
technology developments, chances are, they’ll change sooner rather than later, and we want to ensure you don’t have to rearchitect your
system yet again.