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    Snowflake Storage Layer: A Data Architecture Built For Cloud

    What is Snowflake? Snowflake is a SaaS cloud computing platform that offers storage and analytics commonly termed “data warehouse- as-a-service”.  Snowflake provides features generally associated with data warehouses such as data lakes, data engineering, data application development, and real-time/shared data. Consumption is built on the three leading cloud service infrastructures (Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, […]

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    Cloud Computing Services for Business is the need of the hour: Here’s why!

    Small and Medium Enterprises(SMEs) are using various cloud computing services for cost-cutting in the current pandemic scenario. The larger companies have also succeeded in introducing the cloud on various levels. As a result, managing expenditures on demand is more cost-effective. Cloud computing enables the storage, management, and processing of data over the internet. The data here can […]

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    What is SASE? Secure Access Service Edge | Cloud Computing Security

    Secure Access Service Edge is a cloud-based service for streamlining network access, improving security, boosting network performance, and reducing the number of vendors into a single service provider. SASE was coined by the global research and advisory firm Gartner. SASE networks are flexible and scalable, able to connect globally distributed employees and offices across any […]

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    Crucial Factors to consider before migrating to Cloud

    Cloud computing is the on-demand utilization of servers, data storage, development tools such as databases, networks, etc., over the internet. Cloud computing enables enterprise organizations to get their applications up and run faster. With lesser maintenance and improved manageability, it allows teams to adjust rapidly to meet fluctuating resource needs.

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    Google Cloud Anthos - Configuring Google Cloud Anthos for Multi-Cluster Operation - Part 3

    This is part-3 of the Google Cloud Anthos Series. In this blog, we will learn about Kubectl, Kubectx, Registering clusters with Anthos, how to create a service account, role, and role binding.

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    Google Cloud Anthos -Creating Clusters using Kubernetes Engine - Part 2

    This is part-2 of the Google Cloud Anthos Series. Please click here for part 1: Google Cloud Anthos covering the basics of Anthos and Kubernetes.
    In this blog, we will learn to
    1. Create Kubernetes clusters in GCP and Azure cloud, 2. Role binding in GCP and 3. Enabling services in both GCP and Azure

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    Google Cloud Anthos - Multi-Cloud Orchestration: Part 1

    This is part-1 of the Google Cloud Anthos Series. This is a series of blogs divided into three parts. We will be creating a hybrid environment for Kubernetes using Anthos (a modern application management platform that provides a consistent development and operations experience for cloud and on-premises environments).

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    How to upload large files in the BackBlaze B2 bucket

    Nowadays, cloud is ruling the IT industry, a lot of companies are entering into cloud storage like Amazon S3, Azure blob, etc. Backblaze B2 is also a cloud bucket that is a simple, reliable, affordable object storage.

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    Cloud Deployment Models and Real-Time Use Cases

    Cloud has been around a while now but the deployment models and their use cases are still misty (pun intended). Business models find it hard to analyze the pros, cons, and the need for the three deployment models: Public, Private and Hybrid. This article will analyze the differences, use cases, and real-time examples for each cloud deployment model.

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    Archiving Azure Application Insights Data for Deep Analytics

    Did you have an incident on your Insights data that you want to analyze offline? Does your current plan doesn’t allow you to store Insights data for more than a specified period, usually 3 months? Read here on how this can be solved.