What is AWS re-Inforce?

Source :- guardicore.com AWS re:Inforce is a spin-off of AWS re:Invent. Why the need for a spinoff? Legend has it that the security tracks during re:Invent got so crowded that AWS decided that the security track should have a conference of its own. AWS re:Inforce is a different kind of conference, a highly-technical conference of curated content meant for security professionals. This is a conference where knowledge runs deep and conversations go deeper, with few marketing overtures and high-level musings. Even

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10 CLOUD COMPUTING PREDICTIONS THAT WILL TRANSFORM 2019

Source- analyticsinsight.net Cloud Computing is here and after a decade of powering the growth of small and medium business success, it is giving the tools and technologies that are needed to compete for head-on with the giants. Back in 2018, cloud computing becomes a must-have technology for every enterprise, and it is no longer considered as a place to get some cheap servers or storage and 2019 promises to be even bigger into cloud technologies. As the competition heats up in

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Challenges and Tips for Taking Legacy Systems to the Cloud

Source- devops.com For many modern companies, growth often means growing through acquisition. As organizations become larger, it often makes sense to acquire existing companies who are already creating the solutions they need than try to build them from scratch. However, this can often create a variety of conflicts and challenges—one of which is around infrastructure. For other companies that have grown more organically, it often can be difficult to modernize their legacy systems and bring their technology stack into the 21st century.

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Cloud Architecture and Cloud Computing Trends in 2019

Source- entrepreneur.com The tech game has changed! With the dawn of the internet, the advances in computing and software development anyone can access the world’s best technology while sitting at his/her kitchen table. Almost all enterprises, small or big – doesn’t matter, seems to have shifted their focus towards considering appropriate procedures to handle and manage such disruptive technologies within their existing environment. Cloud computing technology entirely relies on the virtualizations of hardware and software and its service-oriented architecture and several

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Visibility is key for devops and the hybrid cloud

Source- networkworld.com Cloud has undoubtedly become a key component of successful business in recent years, especially when you consider the race to digitally transform. Across the globe, companies are moving their applications and services to the cloud and are consequently reaping the benefits of lower capex and opex as a result. However, with this process, cloud migration is only a beginning for any organization’s digital transformation (DX) journey. If harnessed correctly, cloud is a pillar of innovation for DX, and can

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How hybrid industrial cloud computing is gaining momentum

Source- cloudcomputing-news.net Why do most internet of things (IoT) analytics operations occur in the cloud? The public cloud offers a centralised location for large amounts of affordable storage and computing power. But there are many instances in which it makes more sense to perform analytics closer to the thing or activity that is generating or collecting data ­– equipment deployed at customer sites. This is particularly true in industrial and manufacturing environments, which are familiar with the challenges of managing massive

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Choose the cloud computing deployment model that fits your data center needs

Source – techtarget.com Businesses that strive to innovate while meeting compliance requirements often turn to cloud computing to update their asset management systems and increase their data center performance. Companies benefit from utilizing cloud and colocation because these services save time, money and space. Administrators can share resources across workloads and protect their data from outages that could affect their entire system by distributing data in the cloud. Organizations have many cloud computing deployment models to choose from to modernize their management

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RedHat Brings Cloud Container Orchestration to DevOps Pros

Source – channelpartnersonline.com RED HAT SUMMIT — As more and more enterprises adopt the DevOps model, certain challenges are revealing themselves. Take, for example, when DevOps is paired with digital transformation, where applications might have to move through siloed, on-premises instances, then eventually into the cloud. Both developers and operational staffers are finding that the portability of conatiners might not be all it’s cracked up to be, especially when moving from premises to the public cloud. To reduce the challenges of container movement, Microsoft and

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Why hybrid cloud will turn out to be a transition strategy

Source – networkworld.com As the cloud world gears up for this week’s big AWS re:Invent 2017 cloud computing conference in Las Vegas, it seems like a good time to take look at the future of hybrid cloud. Defined as a computing architecture that — in one way or another — incorporates elements of both the public cloud and private on-premise data centers, hybrid cloud is currently having a moment. As vendors such as Microsoft, Google, and Cisco scramble to offer specific hybrid-cloud solutions, many observers are calling

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Google, Scale Computing partner for easier hybrid cloud deployment

Source – networkworld.com Google has partnered with Scale Computing, developer of infrastructure software for hyper-converged systems, to make it easier to deploy Google Cloud Platform as a backup for your own data center. The two companies have created a platform called Cloud Unity, which integrates Scale’s HC3 software environment with Google Compute Engine. HC3 is a cluster software product that merges server, storage and virtualization into a single appliance for easier converged infrastructure. With HC3, you can build a cluster using

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