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Dolan Cleary

I am a recent graduate from the University of Wisconsin - Stout and am now working with AllCode as a web technician.
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AWS Partner Service Tiers

AWS Partner Service Tiers

This is a status to indicate an organization has proven technical expertise that is directly compatible with AWS tools. It’s a great way to give an organization added value and there are plenty of advantages from advancing through the tiers, from funding to additional resources to funding and additional materials for marketing. The jump from one tier to another is dependent on how many certified individuals are in the organization and their relative experience working with Amazon Services.

Which AWS Certification Should You Get?

Which AWS Certification Should You Get?

Amazon Web Services cloud technology is a continuously growing field with plenty of opportunities on offer. While the inner workings of the cloud is not knowledge that can be easily picked up and utilized, the AWS cloud is not completely esoteric either. Amazon provides several different avenues for becoming certified in how to work with AWS with study material and exams to pursue as a means of further expanding potential business opportunities.

AWS Free Tier

AWS Free Tier

Understandably, making the jump to the AWS cloud is not an easy investment to evaluate, especially from the perspective of a startup. Fortunately, AWS is generous enough to provide some hands-on experience with its various tools and utilities free of charge for either a short period of time or indefinitely depending on the service type. Here’s a rundown of everything you can expect from AWS’ Free Tier.

AWS Beginner Guide

AWS Beginner Guide

AWS (Amazon Web Services) is the current largest provider in Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) for everything from databases to extra computing power. It provides solutions for whatever problems are brought by clients and it allows for ease of scalability so that users will only pay for what they need and use; especially during times of expected lower traffic.

How to Migrate an On-Premises Database to AWS

How to Migrate an On-Premises Database to AWS

The AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) assists you in performing a safe and speedy migration of databases to AWS. The source database continues to function normally throughout the migration, hence reducing the amount of downtime experienced by applications that are dependent on the database. Data can be moved to or from the most popular commercial and open-source databases with the help of the AWS Database Migration Service.

How to Pick a Mobile App Developer

How to Pick a Mobile App Developer

Like with any job, it is important to assess the correct developer for the correct application. Between everything else that can go wrong in app development from inability to realize a vision to budgetary shortcomings, there’s a lot that can go wrong. In terms of finding a developer who can see through the completion of an app, here are some pointers on how to ensure that goes right.

AWS Activate Credits

AWS Activate Credits

Starting a business is hard. Convincing potential investors that a business does have the potential to be successful is harder. And this is all omitting the process of procuring the necessary talent needed to contribute to the effort. This is why AWS Activate works with various investor, venture capital, and startup firms to help companies using their services get a legup.

AWS DynamoDB vs. MongoDB

AWS DynamoDB vs. MongoDB

NoSQL (non SQL) databases are the current standard for modern web applications involving big data. It has proven adept in storage and retrieval of various data structure types, whether the data is structured or not. Lacking the requirements of predefined schema, applications with NoSQL develop faster, allow modifications in real-time, and require minimal overhead. With ease of scaling, multiple industries have found widespread use.

AWS Web Application Firewall

AWS Web Application Firewall

If your web apps or APIs are at risk of being hacked or compromised by bots, AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF) is a virtual firewall that can assist defend you from these threats. AWS WAF gives you comprehensive control over traffic accessing your applications by allowing you to set security rules that restrict bot traffic and stop classic attack types like SQL injection and cross-site scripting. Additionally, you have the option of creating rules that only allow certain types of traffic.

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