Tag: Amazon Web Service

Deployment Models, Others

What should an Enterprise consider for adopting a Multi-cloud Strategy?

March 3, 2022

Via: Cloud Tweaks

Cloud has been in existence since 2006 when Amazon Web Service (AWS1) first announced its cloud services for enterprise customers. Two years later, Google launched App Engine, followed by Alibaba and Microsoft’s Azure services. The most recent addition to the […]

Global Cloud

AWS outage hit collaboration vendors, highlights risk of cloud-based tools

December 9, 2021

Via: Computerworld

The Tuesday outage at an Amazon Web Service data center that affected services from several collaboration software vendors, highlighting how reliant companies have become on cloud providers for a variety of workplace tools. Asana, Smartsheet, Trello, and Slack — all […]

Global Cloud

What is AWS Batch?

December 27, 2019

Via: TechRadar

No one likes to wait. That’s particularly true when it comes to batch processing jobs for Big Data projects like genomic research, building an airplane and materials for safety, and the massive requirements for data processing related to health and […]

Deployment Models, Private Cloud

The private cloud is now a peripheral to the public cloud

December 11, 2018

Via: InfoWorld Cloud Computing

No matter if you’re looking at Microsoft’s Azure Stack, Amazon Web Services’s Outpost, or Google’s Kubernetes Engine (GKE) on premises, that emerging pattern is the same: placing an on-premises version of a pubic cloud’s cloud services that runs on hardware […]