Native cloud applications are developed primarily by keeping the cloud computing architecture in perspective. Although they may be similar to typical software applications, the back-end computation, scalability, and parallel processing are compatible and support cloud infrastructure.
Native cloud applications have the following characteristics:
Massive parallel: the application must incorporate parallelization techniques in the execution of tasks and data storage.
Full use of cloud resources: the application must use native cloud APIs and other procedures to simplify tasks and use most or all available resources.
Cross Cloud-Paradigm: the application must be easily migrated and deployed in multiple cloud providers.
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In this post-CBitss Technologies institute of Cloud computing training in Chandigarh explains Native Cloud Application (NCA)