The cloud-native applications initiative started in 2014 with the aim of providing guidelines, recommendations, tools and best practices to companies and practitioners facing the daunting task of developing from scratch or migrating from legacy code an application optimized to be run in the cloud.
In order to gather practical experience, roughly one year ago the CNA seed project was kicked off, focusing explicitly on the migration of a traditional (LAMP stack) legacy application to a cloud-native architecture. In this post we relate on the results achived until now.
You can follow the progress of the CNA seed project going through the list of related blog posts collected on the initiative page (look for the “Articles” section).
One year has gone by and a small team of great people have worked together to scout, test, design, code, deploy, record, and yell at a little code base that we’re happy to share as open source on our github (https://github.com/icclab/cna-seed-project/).