CATEGORY: cloud-computing

How does a mature hybrid cloud model impact your business decisions?

While cloud computing has been around for almost two decades, executives continue to have concerns – rightly or otherwise – about the “maturity” of different models and implementations. This is especially true for leaders of companies in healthcare, finance and other highly-regulated industries with significant data privacy stakes in play. Many organizations in these industries have been waiting[…]

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An Introduction to Container Orchestration

An Introduction to Container Orchestration

Today’s cloud service is more than an application. It also often includes microservices such as load balancing, autoscaling and remote storage. Different cloud platforms handle these functions in different ways, with their own APIs and architectures. They also rarely offer native service discovery, which enables applications to identify and locate databases and other dependent services.

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Best Practices For Successful Multi-cloud Adoption

Best Practices For Successful Multi-cloud Adoption

Technology leaders experienced various challenges regarding multi-cloud strategies. Today enterprises deeply in thinking whether to move their data to the cloud or not? It is all about how substantially to migrate IT infrastructure to the cloud and, is it the right strategy to achieve the organization’s goals or not? Nowadays, it’s common for enterprises to use  software-as-a-service,[…]

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Trends Molding the Cloud in 2020

Trends Molding the Cloud in 2020

IT is evolving drastically in the coming years. If we focus on the past few years, change is visible and efficient for enterprises. Enterprises are driving towards the changing deck of tools and technologies rapidly. Cloud is the top technology, enterprise relying on and using as a service to double the ROI over the next three years. Cloud as a platform providing innovation to transform smartly[…]

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Top 5 Secrets of Cloud Computing

Top 5 Secrets of Cloud Computing

“The cloud” is a marketing term for “someone else’s computers.”

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