Learn and understand the need to architect cloud applications and migrate your business to cloud efficientlyKey Features
Introducing Cloud Native Architecture Cloud Adoption Framework SDLC of microservices and cloud native architecture How to choose technology stacks Scalability and Availability Security and Reliability Cost Operational Excellence AWS Azure Google Cloud Platform What?s Next? Cloud Native Application Architecture Trends
- Understand the core design elements required to build scalable systems
- Plan resources and technology stacks effectively for high security and fault tolerance
- Explore core architectural principles using real-world examples
- Learn the difference between cloud native and traditional architecture
- Explore the aspects of migration, when and why to use it
- Identify the elements to consider when selecting a technology for your architecture
- Automate security controls and configuration management
- Use infrastructure as code and CICD pipelines to run environments in a sustainable manner
- Understand the management and monitoring capabilities for AWS cloud native application architectures
Published by: Packt Publishing | Publication date: 08/31/2018Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 358 pages
Migrating to the Cloud: Oracle Client/Server Modernization is a reference guide for migrating client/server applications to the Oracle cloud. Organized into 14 chapters, the book offers tips on planning, determining effort and budget, designing the Oracle cloud infrastructure, implementing the migration, and moving the Oracle cloud environment into production. Aside from Oracle application and database cloud offerings, the book looks at various tools and technologies that can facilitate migration to the cloud. It includes useful code snippets and step-by-step instructions in database migration, along with four case studies that highlight service enablement of DOS-based applications, Sybase to Oracle, PowerBuilder to APEX, and Forms to Java EE. Finally, it considers current challenges and future trends in cloud computing and client/server migration. This book will be useful to IT professionals, such as developers, architects, database administrators, IT project managers, and executives, in developing migration strategies and best practices, as well as finding appropriate solutions.
- Focuses on Oracle architecture, Middleware and COTS business applications
- Explains the tools and technologies necessary for your legacy migration
- Gives useful information about various strategies, migration methodologies and efficient plans for executing migration projects
Published by: Syngress | Publication date: 11/08/2011Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 402 pages
This enormously practical guide, interspersed with numerous real-life case studies and actual business scenarios, shows readers when, where, and how to use Oracle's wide range of data integration products. If you are a DBA, application or data architect, or data integration specialist who is running an Oracle database or middleware and you want to learn about the latest on Oracle's information integration platform, then this book is for you. You can also benefit from this book if you are an application developer or technical and project lead with a focus on master data management, data warehousing, and data consolidation. You should have working experience with Oracle Database, data integration, consolidation, and migration, as well as some familiarity with integration middleware products and information service buses.
Published by: Packt Publishing | Publication date: 09/13/2011Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 332 pages
This book combines case studies with practical examples of how to implement modernization techniques using Oracle (and partner) products to modernize to the Oracle Platform. The book also weighs the pros and cons of specific modernization use cases. Finally, we explore some of the emerging trends in technology and how they apply to legacy modernization. Legacy system architects, project managers, program managers, developers, database architects and decision makers who own mainframe and heterogeneous systems, and are tasked with modernization will all find this book useful. The book assumes some knowledge of mainframes, J2EE, SOA, and Oracle technologies. The reader should have some background in programming and database design.
Published by: Packt Publishing | Publication date: 09/19/2008Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 434 pages