In our digital age, it’s absolutely crucial that our lawmakers strike the right balance between the legitimate requirements of law enforcement, the privacy of individuals and the sovereignty of foreign jurisdictions.
The current model for public cloud computing is an optimization for the traditional structure of internet-facing data centers - maximizing the scale of the facility to serve broader markets, using the Internet. Basically, the Internet provided an autonomous network that can deliver anything anywhere, and the rise of cloud computing “as a service” exploits this Internet delivery model, removing the need to buy and build your own data centers.
For a majority of companies, from small and mid-sized businesses to large enterprises, migrating data center workloads to the cloud is rapidly becoming a key priority. However, companies are struggling to perform cloud migrations in a comprehensive, seamless and timely manner.
There’s no doubt about it - 2015 is shaping up to be a big year in terms of cloud adoption. As more companies begin to realize the cost savings and advantage that cloud computing enables, the market will continue to move past the hype stage and become a cornerstone of almost every business’s computing and storage mix.
The cloud has been quickly adopted by a great number of large companies in order to streamline their operations, save money and generally make them more competitive. Several major corporations have already moved entire IT infrastructures onto cloud platforms, offering services via this cutting-edge technology and generating serious revenues from it.
As technology advances at great speed, our lives are becoming increasingly digitized. From Twitter feeds to sensor data from medical devices, companies are overwhelmed with big data yet starving for actionable information. Most likely, you've heard a lot of talk about the volume, variety, and velocity of big data and how challenging it is to keep up with that explosion of data.
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.