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Cloud computing is the on-demand availability of computer system resources, especially data storage and computing power, without direct active management by the user. The term is generally used to describe data centers available to many users over the Internet.

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The Most Popular Cloud Cost Optimization Tools

The Most Popular Cloud Cost Optimization Tools

Cloud environments and their pricing models can be difficult to control. Cloud computing does not offer the best visibility and it is easy to lose track of which price control factors are having an impact on your budget. Having the right tools can help put value to parts of an environment and provide guides on how to better bring budgetary issues back under control.

Single-Tenant vs. Multi-Tenant Cloud Environments

Single-Tenant vs. Multi-Tenant Cloud Environments

Operating a cloud environment and optimizing Software as a Service can be managed in two different methods. Reasons for adopting either single-tenant or multi-tenant cloud environments are dependent on business and customer-related factors as well as how much more expensive one architectural structure will be over the other. Both structure types also have a number of security and privacy implications tied to their inherent design.

A Comprehensive Look at Cloud Storage Pricing

A Comprehensive Look at Cloud Storage Pricing

Having Cloud Storage helps to synchronize key documents between remote workers and to manage data as needed. Cloud services provide a number of features that let users scale contents as they need to and protect storage contents with. Regardless of platform or device type, contents can be accessed by all users who can share that cloud storage. The vendors that provide cloud storage services each have their own features that make them ideal for specific users.

What is Vertical Scaling vs. Horizontal Scaling?

What is Vertical Scaling vs. Horizontal Scaling?

When deciding between horizontal and vertical scaling, it is crucial to consider what qualities of the service you value most, your budget constraints, and your feelings towards additional maintenance. Both methods have their own advantages and drawbacks, so it’s important to weigh these factors carefully before making a decision. By evaluating these aspects thoroughly, you can ensure that your scaling strategy aligns with your organization’s needs and resources, leading to a more effective and efficient infrastructure setup.

Powering IoT Devices and Edge Computing with Gen AI

Powering IoT Devices and Edge Computing with Gen AI

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to evolve, the integration of Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) with edge computing emerges as a powerful synergy. This combination holds immense potential for enabling intelligent decision-making at the edge, transforming how IoT devices operate and interact. Because of the distances imposed by the allocation of IoT devices, this does introduce new challenges as to how devices are run, maintained, and protected.

Optimizing DevOps for Cloud-Native Applications

Optimizing DevOps for Cloud-Native Applications

Running DevOps on the cloud is a matter of orienting the developer team to be more receptive to how the advantages of the cloud will be applied. The automation and scaling features of the cloud can significantly develop velocity significantly. There are a number of principles to consider when implementing this type of strategy.

Developing E-Commerce with Amazon Web Services

Developing E-Commerce with Amazon Web Services

Amazon continues to innovate with internet retail and how the customer’s experience is enhanced digitally. AWS continues to lead in fostering innovation and support of enterprises and retailers through the use of microservices, an API-first mentality, and cloud-native infrastructure. This has helped lay the groundwork for more sustainable online storefronts and provided customers with better services.

AWS Storage Options – Should I Use S3, EFS, or EBS?

AWS Storage Options – Should I Use S3, EFS, or EBS?

While incorporating the use of physical storage databases into Amazon’s Web Services is an option, there are also cloud storage options available. There are a few options to choose with significant differences between each in order to tackle certain options. One of the following services will be better optimized for handling loads at scale while another will have a better time retaining a proper load balance.

AWS QuickSight vs. Tableau

AWS QuickSight vs. Tableau

Data Analytics is increasingly important for evaluating company performance and adjusting for continuous improvement and avoiding recreating mistakes. As such, there are plenty of platforms on the market for making the analysis process to make this easier. Though Amazon’s offering might seem to be the go-to for any and all solutions, there are still other options present on the market for anyone who has data analysis needs.

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