Sometimes known as “boot storm” or VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) boot storm, a “cloud storm” is a degradation of service experienced when a large number of users boot up a cloud service inside a narrow time frame.
Cloud computing is much more than just making use of on-demand servers if organizations want to capture its full benefits. Cloud it’s about leveraging economies of scale through automation, and about moving to global applications, not just enterprise applications.
Are there any people left, excluding a few flat-earthers on AM radio, who still doubt that moving services to the cloud generally improves security? Cloud environments are secure by default, they have extremely limited attack surfaces, and they are monitored by highly specialized security teams.
Data modeling is one of the most powered discipline in the world of Data Management. From the conceptual to the physical, models facilitate data analysis within any enterprise, enhancing processes including database design or application integration.
Even if you are a two-person company or a large enterprise, at some point there will likely not be enough hours in the day to keep up. Or you will reach a point where you may not have the skills or expertise to do the job as effectively as an expert.