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Learn what it takes to build and manage a modern application in the cloud
Most customer-facing digital services are built on custom “modern applications” – an application stack with new tiers, new technologies and typically running on cloud platforms like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, etc. - which are designed with the goal of delivering fast time-to-value and incredible scale.
The 2017 State of the Modern Apps in the Cloud report provides data-driven insights and best practices to help companies build, run and secure their modern applications more effectively. Based on active data from more than 1,500 customers using Sumo Logic’s machine data analytics platform, the report delivers rich analysis of technology adoption and year-over-year trends among industry leaders running modern applications in AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and more.
Read this report to answer your questions about modern applications, including:
- What are my OS choices across cloud platforms?
- How many applications use Docker?
- Is AWS Lambda ready for prime-time?
- What are the common web servers and databases in AWS?
- What solutions are used to secure AWS applications?
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