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As digitization advances, cloud computing and IoT are becoming increasingly crucial for the medical field. Making in-depth diagnoses and successful treatments in hospitals and monitoring patients at home are made possible by the Internet of Medical Things (IoT). The patient’s data is collected and analyzed through the use of cloud-based medical solutions and connected devices.

IoT Changes the Equation in Healthcare

Bringing together key technical and business trends such as mobility, automation, and data analytics to improve patient care outcomes is the key to transforming healthcare with the Internet of Things (IoT). A physical object is connected to a network of actuators, sensors, and other medical…

Written by Danny Lev-Ran Co-founder &CEO @ Cloudride

Healthcare has shifted from the episodic interventions necessary for contagious diseases and workplace accidents during the post-World War II era. In today’s health care system, prevention and management of chronic conditions are the primary goals.

The use of cloud technologies in the healthcare sector provides a way to unlock digital and analytics capabilities. Through better innovation, digitization (such as the digital transformation of stakeholder journeys), and strategic objectives, healthcare practices have the performance leverage they need.

We are witnessing the acceleration of digital health driven by increased consumer adoption, regulatory shifts, greater…

Written by — Kirill Morozov CTO & Chief Architect @ Cloudride

Healthcare organizations have a massive regulatory obligation and liability risks when using cloud services to store, or process protected health information (PHI) or building web-based applications that handle PHI, and therefore are subject to the strictest security requirements.

Risk Analysis of Platforms

HIPAA certification does not guarantee the cloud provider’s compliance. And even when they claim to be HIPAA compliant or support HIPAA compliance, covered entities must perform a risk assessment of the risks associated with using the platform with ePHI.

Risk Management

Creating risk management policies related to a service is the next step…

Written by — Ran Dvir DevOps Engineer @ Cloudride

RBAC is an acronym for Role-Based Access Control. You can restrict users and applications to certain areas of the system or network using this approach. Access to valuable resources can be restricted based on a user’s role when using role-based access control.

Control of access to network resources by role-based access control (RBAC) is determined by the roles of individual users within the organization. For example, an individual user’s access refers to his or her ability to perform specified tasks, such as creating, reading, or editing a file.

Using this approach…

Networking in cloud computing can be complex. The cloud lets us create applications faster and in a more durable fashion without worrying about configuring infrastructure too much with services like AWS Lambda with API Gateway for serverless architecture or Elastic Beanstalk for PaaS and AWS Batch for containers.

It is as simple as uploading our code and AWS creates the servers behind the scenes for us.

When deploying many applications in AWS there is a lot of added value to separate them logically, use dedicated VPC for each application.

When deploying an application to AWS we would like to create…

Written by — Kirill Morozov CTO & Chief Architect @ Cloudride

Confidential computing is the promise of working with hypersensitive information in the cloud without anyone being able to access it, even while the data is being processed. The booming field has seen the leading cloud providers’ launch offers since 2020.

Google, Intel, and similar big players have all rallied behind confidential computing for the secure exchange of documents in the cloud. To be precise, we should rather speak of a hyper-secure and, above all, secret exchange. …

Written by —Ohad Shushan Marketing Manager @ Cloudride

The cloud has changed the way of consuming and operating computing resources. More and more companies are using the cloud strategy to improve business performance and accelerate digital transformation.

The cloud driving innovation within companies

91% of business and IT decision-makers say they have already implemented innovative projects based on cloud computing solutions. Decision-makers working for operators (telecoms, energy, etc.) and the distribution sector are the first to have taken the plunge to innovate with the cloud.

These solutions allow them to accelerate access to the resources and technological environments necessary to implement advanced digital projects and improve…

Written by — Ido Ziv DevOps Engineer @ Cloudride

“Cloud-native” has become a concept integrated into modern application development projects. A cloud-native application is an application that has been designed especially for the cloud. Such applications are developed and architectured with cloud infrastructure and services in mind. These applications rely on services that ignore the hardware layers and their maintenance. The Cloud Native Foundation is a community of doers who push to enable more Open-Source vendor-free applications

How to Design a Cloud-Native App and Environment

Design as a loosely coupled micro-service

As opposed to creating a huge application, the microservices design consists of developing several smaller applications that run in their processes and communicate…

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.

The Cloud Native Approach

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.

The cloud-native…


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