What is cloud native development?

Cloud Native Application Development has emerged as a lifesaver for businesses with high business velocity and frequent deployment requirements. Cloud Native solutions are simple to design and commoditize since they successfully leverage Cloud technology, Microservices, DevOps, Containers, and PaaS. It aids businesses in accelerating application development and rapidly scaling up services in response to market demands.

Containerization, microservices, automation, and DevOps approaches let cloud native applications achieve faster time to market, increased scalability, easier management, and lower costs.
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Cloud native applications deliver faster time to market, higher scalability, simpler OnGraph assists with the transition to cloud native architectures, tools and accelerators, virtual delivery models, and industry solutions that support multi-cloud environments. Our team of cloud native security experts can help you implement security best practices and conduct compliance audits across your cloud infrastructure and procedures.

Why choose cloud native development?

Transform customer experience

Open and portable applications, deployable on any cloud, can improve customer experience and technological agility.

Elevate your workforce

To upskill and reskill, introduce new methods of working through co-creation, work practises, and methodologies.

Lower your capex

With our automated technologies for testing and deployment, optimize the cloud application development while lowering the total cost of application development.

Enable operational efficiency

Source control, release management, automation, and infrastructure and performance management are all made easier with DevOps Automation.

Fast track cloud deployment

Containerized and serverless architectures, paired with AWS’ elasticity and automation, help reduce infrastructure costs.

Adapt faster with serverless

Scalability and cost reductions are facilitated by a microservices architecture that uses serverless technology and is deployed separately.

Clients choose our cloud native developmentbecause…

Technical know-how

For corporate users and partners, our easy API integration improves the user experience.

Domain knowledge

With the proper DevOps technologies and practices, we can reduce your time-to-market by establishing organizational agility and ensuring cloud-native adoption.

Skilled cloud-native teams

We have a highly skilled team that can assist you in getting the most out of your cloud investments.

Forward-looking approach

For all of your cloud needs, we provide future-proof and scalable services. To improve apps and workflows, our team employs industry-specific templates.

Cost reduction

Reduced costs are achieved by dynamic scalability, a pay-as-you-go strategy, multi-tenancy, and maintenance cost savings.

Plenty of flexibility

A variety of web application platforms, operating systems, databases, and other options are available.


Apps that run in the cloud and communicate with web browsers and APIs are known as cloud-based software and cloud-based applications. Users access a cloud-based software through the Internet or Intranet, and it runs entirely or partially on cloud servers rather than on a local PC.

OnGraph Technologies is a leading cloud native application development company. We have the technology and years of subject knowledge required to complete cloud native application development projects successfully. For seamless interfaces, our qualified specialists use the newest Cloud frameworks. Communication service providers may use our powerful strategies and industry-leading solutions to transform their services and solutions for an unrivaled digital experience.

Web-based apps can be accessed from any location using a web browser. Web applications expand and mature into cloud-based programmes that can function without the use of a web browser.

In general, there are three types of cloud computing: –

  • Public Cloud – Cloud computing distributed via the Internet and shared among enterprises.
  • Private Cloud – This type of cloud computing is dedicated to your single firm and is often hosted in a corporate datacenter.
  • Hybrid Cloud – Cloud computing that incorporates both public and private cloud environments.

1.Software as a Service (SaaS)
This is the most widely used cloud-based app, which allows users to utilise cloud-based apps as full-featured applications given as technology products/services by technology providers, with a payment model that includes free, premium, subscription, and support services. The cloud computing service Software as a Service (SaaS) includes both IaaS and PaaS services. Netflix, Gmail, Microsoft Office 365, and Dropbox are among the most popular.

2.Platform as a Service (PaaS)
PaaS is a more advanced variant of IaaS that often contains an operating system, programming languages, runtime system libraries, and a graphical user interface, as well as a fully configured sandbox and deployment environment. Microsoft Azure, Google App Engine, Facebook, Salesforce, and Rack space Cloud Sites are all examples of PaaS cloud-based software. Developers can build apps on top of an existing service using Platform as a Service.

3.Recovery as a Service (RaaS)
These cloud-based solutions are used by businesses to restore data, files, databases, servers, and entire data centers. RaaS provides integrated solutions for business continuity, disaster recovery, archiving, and backup.

4.Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Outsourced cloud-based computer infrastructure services delivered via a virtualized interface and available as development environments or managed hosting. Many providers offer IaaS, which can be used with public or private clouds. IBM Cloud, Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google GCP are some of the most popular IaaS apps. Users are responsible for installing and maintaining databases, operating systems, applications, and security components such as Amazon EC2, Windows Azure, Rack space, and Google Compute Engine in most IaaS packages.

5.Functions as a Service (FaaS)
FaaS serverless computing is a cloud computing approach that frees developers from low-level infrastructure decisions and server maintenance, allowing them to focus on developing applications and deploying a single “function,” piece of business logic, or activity without having to maintain a server.

With our time-tested Cloud application services, we will guide you every step of the way towards Cloud computing:

  1. Research
  2. Cloud Native Architecture
  3. Prototyping
  4. Roadmap and Delivery Plan
  5. Cloud Infrastructure Build-Out and DevOps
  6. Minimum Viable Product
  7. Managed Cloud

With your cloud-native transformation enabled by OnGraph Technologies, you can achieve:

  • Modernization of on-premises workloads to cloud environments that are more agile and cost-effective
  • Complex technology into a single, user-friendly application
  • Process automation reduces expenses, freeing up resources for corporate innovation.
  • API connectivity to customers and partners allows for speedier time to market for new apps, as well as increased IT and business speed.
  • A foundation and road map for extending existing applications and developing new capabilities in order to pave the way for competitive advantage through reinvention models.

All cloud computing architectures, including private, public, and hybrid clouds, can benefit from cloud-native technology. The public cloud is not the only way to supply cloud computing. It focuses on how applications are built and deployed rather than where they are deployed. The goal is to create and run applications with dynamic resource utilization in order to quickly bring new ideas to market and meet customer requests.

Companies like Netflix coined the phrase “cloud-native” recently. Netflix transformed from a mail-order startup to one of the world’s largest on-demand content distribution networks by leveraging cloud technologies.

Continuous delivery, DevOps, microservices, and containers are all examples of cloud-native concepts. Building cloud-native applications brings development and operations teams together with the common objective of continuous improvement through DevOps. DevOps is a methodology for improving communication and collaboration between development and operations teams in enterprises. It encourages a culture and environment in which software updates are built, tested, and released more often and consistently. This is accomplished by incorporating processes across the whole DevOps lifecycle to ensure that code is developed efficiently and consistently.

Cloud-native software development allows developers to embrace an agile approach by default. Engineers can basically grow in small, more frequent waves. Agile also increases software quality and stability through continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD).

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