The revenue, capital and cost pressure to meet the aforementioned requirements is, almost always, mammoth. No wonder businesses are increasingly partnering with managed services providers (MSPs) to...
27 May 2019
SQL Server is a RDBMS system that runs several businesses globally and has become an enterprise contender with advanced integration and cloud capabilities.
23 May 2019
Migrating from a legacy reporting system to Looker has numerous advantages, with moving to the cloud, empowering your users with more agile access to their data, as well as granting a greater flexibility in how you deliver insights to your team.
15 May 2019
Today’s DBA typically manages ten, hundreds or even thousands of databases -- RDBMS, NoSQL DBMS, and/or Hadoop clusters -- often from multiple vendors, both on-premises and in the cloud.
10 May 2019
Since March 2006, Amazon Web Services has greatly reduced—or even 100% eliminated—the need for physical servers and other hardware to be physically present on the sites of small businesses and major corporations alike.
10 May 2019
DevOps, a contraction of development and operations, is one of those grand, nebulous terms that seems to defy simple definition. It is therefore worth taking a moment to look at what exactly DevOps is as well as what it is not.
30 Apr 2019
Your AWS account allows another exciting feature you may be already familiar with in your daily life: utilizing the internet of things and its interaction with the cloud. IoT with AWS can support billions of devices and trillions of messages which are securely routed between any given AWS endpoint.
20 Apr 2019
Amazon SageMaker is perhaps the most important tool for managing machine learning projects on AWS. This application enables developers and data scientists to build, train, and deploy robust machine learning projects with 10 times better-performing algorithms, 70% less cost, easy management, and one-click deployment.
18 Mar 2019
Blue-green deployment is a methodology of rolling out new services with less risk, greater efficiency, and less downtime. Blue and green denotes two different software production environments you have hosted using Amazon Web Services. Blue is your main production environment currently in use as a core function of your business.
09 Feb 2019