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While organizations at first tended to view the cloud as a complement to their existing infrastructures, cloud-based resources and services have evolved into the default means of deploying applications. Although on-premises resources are unlikely to disappear totally at most organizations in the near future, the cloud now forms the foundation of most IT infrastructures and strategies. This is why the term cloud native has evolved into a common part of the IT lexicon. System architectures, developers, IT Ops …
In this white paper, John Morello, Chief Technology Officer at Twistlock, shares a helpful model of viewing the different cloud native technologies as a continuum, to address different scenarios and efficiently choose which combination of technologies work best for running different workloads. The continuum starts with bare metal and VMs on the left, continues into “light” hypervisors (like Canonical’s LXD), and extends into containers and services like AWS Fargate and then, ultimately, …
In this white paper, you’ll get a peek into one customer’s initial steps into containers via a “Lift and Shift”, in which they move their existing apps into containers. It breaks out full case study from challenges the organization was facing prior to the migration from VMs, all the way through to the benefits they achieve in vulnerability management, compliance, and runtime security improvements.
The “Lift and Shift” benefited this customer by: