Risks of Multi-Cloud Environment: Micro Services Based Architecture and Potential Challenges


  • Venkata Naga Satya Surendra Chimakurthi Sr. Technical Lead, EBA -Ventures -Digital Asset Management (DAM), Cognizant Technology Solutions, Dallas, USA




Multi-Cloud Environment, Microservices, Architecture, Potential Challenges


Over the most recent couple of years, a modified programming engineering style has been created to plan new programming applications. This engineering style is especially appropriate for use cases in the avionic business, from an autonomously deployable programming administration. These administrations are worked around business and mission capacities and are freely deployable by completely computerized apparatus. With microservices, a few sorts of uses become simpler to construct and keep up with when they are separated into more modest, composable pieces that cooperate. This is rather than a conventional, "solid" application that is completely evolved in one piece. This paper will talk about, a few parts of microservices-based engineering, including a few potential use cases for the aeronautic trade. The qualities of microservice-based engineering like componentization, association, endpoints, and informing systems. The specialized execution of microservices by auditing containerization, administrations correspondence, and related design parts. Explicit open-source tasks and parts that can be used to fabricate the microservices-based design. An example set of utilization cases.


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Chimakurthi, V. N. S. S. (2017). Risks of Multi-Cloud Environment: Micro Services Based Architecture and Potential Challenges. ABC Research Alert, 5(3), United States. https://doi.org/10.18034/ra.v5i3.590