There is a clear boom in data center and cloud utilization. This trend continues as more organizations find value in moving a part or their entire infrastructure into the cloud. At the same time, IT has always had monitoring and management tools. It only makes sense that these tools begin to span out into the cloud. There are some amazing solutions out there that can help you optimize your entire cloud platform.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that Amazon Relational Database Service (AWS RDS) has radically changed the economics of running a technology startup. There are definite advantages for database developers if they use AWS RDS instead of managing their own relational database.
Cloud services are becoming increasingly popular, both among the public and business enterprises. As more organizations are relying on cloud computing technology for their business operations, denial of service attacks (DoS), one of the most common forms of attack on the cloud, can prove extremely damaging.
Creating mobile retail apps that engage consumers and increase sales is not easy. From creating a strategy to getting the right features, mobile applications have become nearly synonymous with business innovation.
The benefits of cloud computing for businesses are obvious, but for human resources professionals cloud computing applications may be particularly useful. In larger corporations, HR teams are usually spread out over different areas of a building, different areas of the country or different time zones.
Even if you didn’t follow the cyber security news last year, it was hard to miss the headlines of breaches across multiple industries.
The challenge companies and organizations are always facing is that attackers are constantly attempting to breach their systems, and they only have to be successful once to compromise sensitive data. Meanwhile, IT security teams have to be successful every single day to prevent a damaging breach.
Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) is a managed database service that allows end users to setup and operate relational databases in the cloud. RDS offers a great number of useful out-of-the-box services for scaling, backup, restoration, monitoring, high availability, and data recovery so that all you have to worry about is your application and business development.
The skills required for software developers a few years ago were much simpler than the ones we're seeing in job descriptions today. Application developers face a challenge as new technologies evolve at a faster pace than ever before, particularly in the areas of cloud computing, extended web development, mobile computing and social media.
From price wars to new tools and services, the cloud market was buzzing in 2014. Changes in end-user computing strategies are one of the major trends witnessed in this market, and many companies have started to adopt cloud-based solutions.
There is a wealth of information on the web about all the different cloud offerings from different vendors. While cloud is now a validated delivery model for a whole host of IT services, it can be very hard to ascertain which cloud services make sense for your business.