Software Development in Cloud Patterns and Anti Patterns


Today if you are developing a software which you intend to deploy and scale on cloud (be it AWS, Azure, GCP or your own Cloud Foundry instance), take care that your software follows below patterns and avoids the anti patterns.

Pattern – Use external object or file storage

Anti Pattern – Use local file system

Pattern – Session states stored centrally

Anti Pattern – Keep session in memory on nodes

Pattern – Graceful shutdown and fast startup

Anti Pattern – Complex startup and shutdown routine

Pattern – Small deployment packages

Anti Pattern – Large deployment packages

Pattern – Architect to scale out

Anti Pattern – Architect to scale up

Pattern – Decomposed systems

Anti Pattern – Monolithic systems

Pattern – Moderate CPU and RAM demands

Anti Pattern – CPU and RAM intensive

Pattern – Injected configuration

Anti Pattern – Hard coded configuration



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