White Paper
Fundamental Principles of Building Next-Generation Applications
Brett Orr
General Manager Bigmate


Fueled by data, the next generation of applications and solutions is being built for cloud first. Scalable, adaptable, flexible, and constantly transforming, these applications are changing the way businesses are being built and are impacting the way the customers interact and use technology in their daily lives.

Netflix, Instagram, Uber, and several others have pioneered new business models by using big data technologies to create applications that are truly next-gen. Built on a foundation of open-source technologies, these applications are highly scalable, extremely reliable, and continuously available.

Ever wonder how these types of organizations manage to create these next-gen applications?

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