Cloud Native Development

Move to Microservices, Serverless Computing and Containerized Architecture through Effective DevOps

Demystifying Cloud Native

Cloud native is a new approach to building and running applications that takes full advantage of the cloud computing model.
  • Applications developed in rapid cadence by small, dedicated feature teams
  • Deployed to a platform that offers easy scale-out and eliminates hardware dependencies
  • Offering greater agility, resilience, and portability across clouds

Make the Move to Cloud Native Faster with Infostretch

Infostretch accelerates your shift to cloud native architecture with end-to-end services, expertise and support that optimize your public and/or private cloud resources to increase development productivity and agility.
Our Cloud Native Development services include:
  • Decomposition Strategy
  • Data Strategy
  • Execution Model
  • Testing Strategy
  • Security
  • Service Discovery
  • Micro Services
  • Edge Services
  • Deployment Choices
  • DevOps
  • Service Reliability
  • Monitoring
  • Maintenance

AWS Consulting and Advanced Technology Partner

Infostretch is part of the Amazon Web Services Partner Network (APN) on both a consulting and technology basis. We leverage our expertise on the AWS platform to help customers take full advantage of all its capabilities and ensure a superb experience for their end-users.

APN Consulting Partner


As an APN Consulting Partner, the Infostretch professional services team has proven its ability to help customers of all sizes design, architect, build, migrate, and manage their workloads and applications on AWS.

APN Technology Partner


The Infostretch QMetry suite is an Advanced Technology Partner that can be hosted on, or easily integrated with, the AWS platform to help manage testing processes, accelerate test automation, embrace open source, and leverage analytics for more actionable insights.

Are your applications taking full advantage of Cloud?

Expertise in Enterprise and Open Source Tools

Infostretch has extensive, hands on experience with the leading enterprise and open source cloud enablement tools, including

  • kony
  • nagios
  • spring
  • netflix
  • amazon-web-services
  • microsoft-azure

Putting Cloud Native Development to Work

Infostretch is making cloud native work for leading organizations. Below are two recent examples:

Digital Healthcare

Infostretch helped integrate this company’s dev/QA approach for an innovative new wearable / ingestible treatment device and cut its cycle time by 40%. The project included:
  • A BLE Interface connecting patch and wearables to companion mobile devices
  • Mobile companion application for caregivers and patients
  • Rapid development and deployment using DevOps on AWS
  • Serverless Architecture using AWS lambda and API gateways
  • Authentication and message encryption using AWS Cognito
  • Event processing pipeline at very high transaction rates
  • Micro-batch analytics using Spark on EMR

Connected Car

Infostretch helped this company integrate the user interface for its connected car platform and open up an entire new revenue channel for its business. The project included:
  • A completely pluggable architecture to consume very high TPS stream data
  • A platform-agnostic approach to enable solution deployment across different cloud vendors
  • The ability for developers to develop new data collectors and seamlessly integrate through CLI
  • Use of “Kafka” as a high-throughput message bus
  • Backup message storage to provide playback capabilities
  • Operational data collection for reporting and fault detection

Serverless Computing – A More Agile Approach

In a Microservices (serverless) computing architecture, software programmers no longer need to worry about setting up, tuning and scaling applications to work in a certain way. Instead they can focus on development and innovation.
  • Functions are the unit of deployment and scaling.
  • No machines, VMs, or containers are visible in the programming model.
  • Permanent storage lives elsewhere.
  • The architecture scales on request. Users cannot over- or under-provision capacity.
  • Users never pay for idle (no cold servers/containers or their costs).
  • It is implicitly fault-tolerant — because functions can run anywhere.
  • Metrics and logging are a universal right.

Microservices Architecture – The backbone of Cloud Native Development

A microservices architecture enables development teams to build software applications as a suite of independently deployable, replaceable, small, modular services. Each service runs a unique process and communicates through a well-defined, lightweight mechanism to serve a specific business purpose. This approach enables you to move faster and with more agility.

Monolithic Architectures

Slow Development and Innovation

  • Change cycles are tied together
  • Deployment becomes the bottleneck
  • Hard to scale out
  • Fear to change, what if it breaks something else?
  • Lack of ownership
  • Failure dependencies
  • One size and solution doesn’t fit all (ex: relational DB)
  • Code complexity and maintainability

Microservices Architectures

Accelerates Cycle Time, Innovation, Quality

  • Faster development and deployment
  • Autonomy of team
  • Ownership and DevOps culture
  • Composability and reusability
  • More maintainable code
  • Better scaling and optimizations
  • Failure Isolation and Resiliency

Leverage the Full Potential of Cloud Native

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