Definitions of cloud native vary tremendously. Often they center around microservices and containers, but there is a broader picture. We discuss what cloud native means in relation to a variety of ingredients across technology, architecture, people, and process. We will also explore common challenges in cloud native adoption, and look at how a prioritized approach can align better with the benefits you are looking to achieve. Hear straight from the authors of the recent blog series http://ibm.biz/cloudnativedefined
Kyle Brown is an IBM Fellow and the CTO of Cloud Architectures for IBM Cloud & Cognitive Software. Kyle leads a team responsible for helping our customers adopt IBM’s cloud technologies and build applications using IBM's cloud products. He is a world-recognized expert on topics in cloud, Java, and software architecture. He publishes often, conducts webinars, and is the author of ten books including the "Cloud Adoption Playbook" published in 2018 by Wiley.
Kim is a technical strategist on IBMs integration portfolio working as an architect providing guidance to the offering management team on current trends and challenges. He has spent the last couple of decades working in the field implementing integration and process related solutions. He writes and presents regularly on integration architecture and design topics and is one of the primary authors behind much of IBMs agile integration vision.