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IoT and cloud: handling data storage issues

Source:-jaxenter.com IoT (Internet of things) is a diverse system of devices and sensors connected to the internet and at the same time is one of the fastest-growing industries of our time. It goes beyond devices you would traditionally expect to be online, like laptops or smartphones, to include a wide range of everyday objects, such as cars, TV sets, thermostats, smoke alarms, fridges, toasters and much, much more. It is estimated that there will be more than 65 billion IoT devices plugged

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Multi-Cloud, Hybrid Cloud and Kubernetes

Source:-containerjournal.com If you’ve been following the DevOps newsfeed, you’ll see that hybrid cloud is hip again! And now it has a trendy new sister, multi-cloud. I’m of the camp that believes both of these infrastructure architecture patterns are different and both require Kubernetes. This post is about why. Because there is some disagreement on whether hybrid cloud and multi-cloud are the same or different, let’s define them for the sake of this post. When I embrace definitions of techie things,

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Amazon Web Services wants to promote innovation in Germany

Source:-innovationorigins.com In response to the growing cloud computing market in Germany, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has opened a new, state-of-the-art office in Munich. “Companies from all sectors of the German economy are using the AWS cloud to promote innovation, substantially cut costs, securely use their data, and at the same time support their growth in Germany, Europe, and worldwide,” said Klaus Bürg, General Manager for Amazon Web Services in the DACH region at the opening ceremony. “The new AWS office in Munich

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Calling all small businesses: The advantages of cloud-based voice-over-IP

Source- smartbrief.com The combination of cloud computing and ubiquitous internet has become the great equalizer in business. The low cost of using computing, storage and applications hosted by a third-party data center enables the smallest of companies to be competitive. So it’s no surprise that small- and mid-size businesses are embracing cloud applications. More than 70% of companies with fewer than 100 employees and more than 90% of companies with between 100 and 499 employees already use the cloud, according to International Data

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A business and DevOps communication crash course for developers

Source – techtarget.com Under the hood of every enterprise, the same war wages: technical vs. business teams. On the technical side, you have developers, engineers, operations and IT professionals. And, on the business front, you have the C-suite, sales and marketing. It’s a clash of two different worlds. A persistent point of contention that fuels this ongoing DevOps communication battle is the lack of common vocabulary. On the surface, it may seem like technical and business teams are working against each

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Why have a strategy for cloud management?

Source – cloudcomputing-news.net With the general cloud hype and the widely declared corporate intent to base future business solutions on cloud technology stacks, businesses may take the view that deploying cloud solutions involves little more than accessing a vendor’s cloud portal and following a few clicks, have your virtual services deployed and ready for operations. Whilst this approach will give an enterprise a cloud-based virtual environment, what’s delivered is far from being part of a corporate information ecosystem. Businesses need to

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3 Benefits to Upgrading to the Cloud

Source – hardwareretailing.com Has your company considered the cloud? Small businesses from all sectors are seeing the benefits of implementing cloud technology—which means storing data remotely and accessing it through the internet, instead of storing in your local office computer. From allowing extra mobility, securing important documents and streamlining collaboration, cloud computing is an increasingly popular way of doing business for many operations. In a recent USA Today article, writer and lawyer Steve Strauss helps small business owners consider the three main ways

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How will the cloud change IT? Look at Microsoft

Source – infoworld.com Microsoft is planning a global sales reorganization to better focus on selling cloud software, according to Microsoft insiders. This comes as no surprise, considering that Microsoft did the same for its ailing phone business last year. What does this mean? Well, cloud in, software out—at least from the Microsoft business standpoint. However, count on Microsoft soaking you for more operating system and office automation money for years to come. So, that’s still a thing. What does this mean to you,

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Cloud computing challenges today: Planning, process and people

Source – searchcio.techtarget.com With its promises of lowering costs and fostering a more agile IT, cloud computing holds an almost magical allure for many companies today: They think moving an application or two to the cloud will solve all their problems, said Ed Featherston, vice president and principal architect at Cloud Technology Partners. “Then they get the bill at the end of the month and go, ‘Oh my God, what happened?’” Featherston said at the recent Cloud Expo in New York. “The magic doesn’t happen by

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Features of cloud technology that helps business

Source – trainingzone.co.uk Cloud computing services playing the influential role in the business organizations, the system is powered by the servers and the computing services that are not touched or seen.  This is the fast system of networking and the storage to provide computing as the utility. There are three types of the cloud storage systems. Public clouds This is the type that offers the infrastructure over the internet site. They are efficient but vulnerable as compared to the private clouds.

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