Cloud Technology

re:Invent 2021 Recap – Global Partner Summit Keynote

At re:Invent 2021, the Global Partner Summit Keynote was all about AWS Partners and the key role they play in enabling companies across the globe transform their businesses by leveraging the cloud. In 2021, AWS and AWS partners worked on hundreds of thousands of opportunities, doubling the figures year over year.  Doug Yeum, Head of …

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re:Invent 2021 Recap – Werner Vogels Keynote

AWS’ CTO Werner Vogels has been a highly anticipated keynote fixture throughout re:Invent’s history. He appeared on stage this year in a Hawaiin shirt following a surreal road trip down AWS memory lane, but the premise didn’t last long, quickly revealing his t-shirt of the year as “The Stranglers”. With 10 years of re:Invent, there …

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re:Invent 2021 Recap – Peter DeSantis Keynote

A keynote from Peter DeSantis always promises an expert guided tour of some of the inner technical workings of the AWS platform. In the past this has included in-depth explorations of the AWS Nitro System, the AWS Graviton2 processors, and AWS’ global fiber infrastructure. This year, Peter dove into the recently announced Amazon S3 Glacier …

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re:Invent 2021 Recap – Adam Selipsky Keynote

AWS re:Invent is back, in-person, and with the new CEO of AWS, Adam Selipsky to kick off its 10th year anniversary! While it does feel a little strange to start the conference without Andy Jassy after all these years, Adam got things off to a big start, stepping deftly into the role. Adam led us …

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Building Pipelines with Terraform Cloud

Having a robust and effective CI/CD pipeline is the key to shorter sprints and effective iterations of cloud-native applications. In order to push updates regularly and successfully, you have to incorporate a number of things into the pipeline, including testing and security. Terraform is used to build, maintain, and update cloud infrastructure. It runs from …

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Cloud-Native Application Bundles: Containerisation with Cloud-Native Applications

One of the few remaining challenges of deploying applications as microservices, running in containers, is complexity. A cloud environment may start as a simple ecosystem for microservices, but it doesn’t take much for that simplicity to be replaced by a complex web of containers. Modern container orchestration systems like Kubernetes don’t really help with simplicity …

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Balancing #OnPremises and Cloud Service Providers

Hybrid Cloud: Balancing On-Premises and Cloud Service Providers

If you think multi-cloud applications are already very flexible, wait until you really explore the advantages offered by hybrid multi-cloud. Hybrid multi-cloud, or simply hybrid cloud, combines cloud computing resources with on-premises infrastructure. There are a lot of reasons why the hybrid cloud is highly beneficial. When you have a lot of data to process, …

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#CloudCostOptimization

Cloud Cost Optimization for 2019

Practically everything runs in the cloud these days. Cloud technology and the multiple platforms available today certainly make running apps and web services in the cloud easier. At the same time, cloud infrastructure has new features that expand its capabilities, including deployment features like containers and advanced administrative tools. It is relatively easy to set …

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