In the previous post in this series, we explained how the shared-nothing architecture places additional constraints on cloud app developers. We also explained how embracing these constraints enables apps to have high scalability and high availability.
In this present post, we explain how to adapt an app for the cloud by removing any dependency on the file system, in order to make it compatible with a shared-nothing architecture.
Replacing the File System
Putting your file system in the cloud is asking for trouble...
If you’re deploying an existing app to the cloud, whether it’s an internal app or an off-the-shelf app, you may find that there are some points of contention.Read More