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Global Developer Report

By GitLab

Cloud Native isn’t just a buzzword — it’s a vision for how businesses can be more flexible, reduce their costs, increase collaboration and improve security.

Summary

Cloud-native applications are purpose-built for the cloud model and they consist of loosely coupled services, making best use of the cloud computing model. Adopting a cloud-native approach to leverage the power of the cloud has a host of benefits, including saving time and money, but it also poses some risks and challenges for businesses.

 In this on demand webcast, GitLab CEO and co-founder Sid Sijbrandij shares:

The Advantages of Cloud-Native Development

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On Demand: What You Need to Know About Going Cloud Native

The Challenges of Becoming Cloud Native

GitLab’s Cloud-Native Vision

Meet the Presenter

Sid saw the first ruby code in 2007 and loved it so much he learned to program and made this his profession. Before that he was engaged in various businesses, from selling programmable infrared receivers to starting a recreational submarine company. He is always looking to document an answer publicly or to make a process more efficient. 

Sid Sijbrandij
CEO and Co-founder | GitLab

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Keep up with the market by letting your developers focus on what matters: shipping better features, faster. Make it easier to maintain and collaborate, not just on the software side, but for operations as well. 

And how to overcome them.

What we’re working on and improving upon to become a fully cloud-native company. 

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