Cloud computing provides enormous opportunities for nearly every organization. It allows you to move faster, lower IT costs, improve uptime, and scale to meet your customer demand.
When it comes to the growing market for cloud services, it should be no surprise that the European market may be be poised for rapid expansion in the next few years.
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2018 is only 44 days young and, without a doubt, blockchain technology has become one of the most talked about stories in the world.
2017 got off to a rocky start for a lot of us, and AWS was no exception. In February, the cloud computing giant experienced issues with its Simple Storage Service (S3) that caused site slowdowns for some clients and one absolutely amazing tweet.
In the battle for cloud domination, the major cloud providers (Amazon, Microsoft, and Google) are seemingly locked in an arms race to provide users with speed, flexibility, functionality, and all the bells and whistles they could possibly want.
In this infographic, we try do demystify some common concerns that enterprises might have around migrating their mission-critical sites or apps to Amazon Web Services (AWS).
It all began with a 30-minute thought exercise at Jeff Bezos’ house in 2003.
When an enterprise decides to move to the cloud, they are often lured by the speed, flexibility, or elasticity of Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) 50+ services.
For most enterprises and startups, the cloud’s seemingly limitless potential has made it an essential business resource.
DevOps (the nifty moniker for “development and operations”) is an essential strategy that’s become a must for all-sized companies looking to reap the benefits of optimized performance, organization, and quality assurance.
The leading force in the cloud marketplace, Amazon Web Services provides a collection of 40+ cloud infrastructure services that allow users to “rent” computing resources, which can easily be scaled up or down depending on their needs.
Amazon Web Services has held the top spot in the cloud industry for years. RightScale's 2017 State of the Cloud report found that 57 percent of businesses have adopted AWS for their cloud needs, beating out both Azure and Google.
To be fully unlocked, the true potential of cloud hosting needs to be paired with the expertise of a Managed Service Provider (MSP).
Expanding a product line overseas presents unique infrastructure challenges, particularly when you’re a multinational pillar for customers who need reliable and almost-instant access to your services.
It’s now time to focus on the Reactive EC2 Management System, aka ReC2. It is a small, friendly Python project that monitors your EC2 Auto Scaling Group to make important adjustments that provide increased reliability and cost savings.