Internet of Things is riddled with the challenges of managing heterogeneous equipment and processing and storing large masses of data. Businesses can solve many of the problems by building IoT in a scalable and flexible cloud architecture. The major cloud vendors — AWS, Microsoft Azure, and GCP — provide high-performance capabilities for such cloud architectures.
Cloud-native approach involves building and managing applications that leverage the benefits of the cloud computing delivery model.
So, it’s a question of knowing how to create and deploy applications, not where. Thus, these applications can be delivered in both public and private clouds.
Transitioning to DevOps requires a change in culture and mindset. In simple words, DevOps means removing the barriers between traditionally siloed teams: development and operations. In some organizations, there may not even be a separation between development, operations, and security teams; engineers are often required to do a bit of all. With DevOps, the two disciplines work together to optimize both the productivity of developers and the reliability of operations.
Amazon Web Service’s Cost Anomaly Detection is a complimentary service that screens your spending trends to identify anomalous spending and provide in-depth cause analysis. Cost Anomaly detection helps to reduce unexpected cost surprises for customers.
AWS Cost Anomaly Detection is backed by sophisticated AI and machine learning algorithms and can recognize and distinguish between gradual increases in cloud costs and one-off expense spikes. You can create your cost anomaly detection parameters and cost anomaly alerts in simple steps. …
Amid the Covid19 pandemic, and even prior, it seems as though cloud computing has become common grounds for companies of various fields, types, and sizes, from small startups to enterprises — everyone is migrating to the cloud.
And this trend is happening for good reason. Benefits such as high availability, scalability, and reliability, are some of the cloud’s strong points. Today it is so simple to launch a web application in the cloud, it takes a mere 10 minutes with AWS.
During the Corona pandemic, more and more businesses started e-commerce…
Written by Kirill Morozov — CTO & Chief Architect @ Cloudride
The worldwide pandemic has hugely affected businesses, the biggest challenge being the need for telecommuting. Numerous organizations have moved to the cloud much faster, and in many cases, this implies that the best security controls have not been implemented. Herein is an overview of the cloud security threats that may be identified as problematic in the upcoming months.
Cloud environments facilitate full adaptability when running virtual machines and creating instances that match any development capabilities needed. …
How to enable ongoing continuity & access among existing local audiences & ongoing expansion to new markets
Following the COVID19, an advanced virtual reality simulator was forced to close its physical location and transform it online to enable business continuity and growth, thus providing users with online access.
Enable ongoing continuity and access among existing simulator local audiences, and ongoing expansion to new markets, via the newly gained online operations for users interested in a flying simulation experience. On a tech level, our goal was to allow the IT team to deploy the cloud infrastructure quickly…
How to redesign the Azure production environment for enhanced security & governance, with zero disruption
The Production Environment in Azure isn’t built following the Azure Best Practices and guidelines, there is a need for security, monitoring, cost, governance, high availability, and redundancy.
Providing an environment that will support and follow Azure best practices without compromising or interrupting the production environment and without damaging the user experience.
Redesign of the Production Environment in Hub & Spoke Topology, Segregating the Databases and using only private links to access, using Manage Identities and RBAC to access services…
CI/CD and the cloud are like peas in a pod. The cloud eliminates the agony of introducing and keeping up actual servers. CI/CD automates much of the functions in building, testing, and deploying code. So why not join them and eliminate sweated labor in one go?
There are many CI services, and they all do the same things from a theoretical perspective. They start with a rundown of tasks like building or testing. And when you submit your code lines, the tools work through the list until they run into errors. …
Perhaps the critical takeaway from 2020 is that reliability, flexibility, and security in cloud computing are the key determinants of business success. From the massive surges in consumer usage of data centers driven by the need for remote working and stay home mandates, multi-cloud environments have stood as more reliable, secure, and cost-effective.
Wednesday last week, the need for reliability was highlighted clearly by an AWS blackout. From early Wednesday to Thursday morning, websites, apps, and services on Amazon Web Service experienced a significant outage with incalculable losses. Sites and services including Adobe, Roku, Washington, and Flickr were rendered unavailable.