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What is Cloud-native?

The use of a high-performance, networked, web-centric, and clustered computing environment to develop, deploy and scale data processing applications. Cloud-native is most frequently found in the context of using large volumes of geospatial data or “big data.” It is capable of leveraging data lakehouse architecture, which may separate compute and storage elements.

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