Many people believe that workloads in the cloud always perform better because public clouds have access to an almost unlimited amount of resources.
Although you can provision the resources you need—and even use serverless computing so the allocation of resources is done for you—the fact is that having the right amount of resources is only half the battle.
To get good cloud performance means you have to be proactive in testing for performance, not be reactive and wait for an issue to arrive in production.
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If you’re using devops to build and deploy your cloud application workloads, your testing for security, stability, and so on are typically done withcontinuous testing tools as part of the devops process.