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EBOOK:

Bring your company into the modern software age: From Virtualization to Containerization

A Guide for VMware Admins and Other Smart People

The shift from monolithic and virtualized to cloud native architectures is fundamentally good for the entire computing and application development worlds because it provides so much more power and flexibility. This book is designed to help accelerate the transition for those of you who may be considering the leap.

We will provide a little historical perspective leading up to the need for a transition, and show step-by-step how your developers, operations teams and organization can successfully transition from virtualized application architectures to a more suitable microservices architecture to accelerate your company’s speed of innovation without bogging your developers and operators down in the incomprehensibility of learning without a guide.

Download this free 100+ page eBook to learn:

The concepts of virtualization and containerization, their benefits and key differences, putting you in an idea position for digging in deeper

Types of containers and container orchestration so that you can decide what's best for you

The concepts of service decomposition and microservices so you can begin to consider how to move legacy applications to this new architecture

Pros and cons of moving to cloud native so you can decide which applications to migrate and which would be better off where they are

Steps to move an application from monolithic to loosely coupled microservices, giving you a foundation to begin the transition

How to deploy, test, and observe a sample microservices application so you can move reliably without introducing new errors

How to avoid the pitfalls encountered by others transitioning to cloud native

Download now to understand what you need to do to avoid falling behind.