You’re paying good money for those VMware licenses, and the promise is to help you maximize resource utilization while decreasing management costs and providing high...
Recently I’ve heard many in the industry discussing the risks of cloud lock-in, so I thought I’d give my take on it. I hope you find these helpful, please...
if you care about security, you should care about NAT Who is NAT and what is HA? As we outlined in our last blog, Amazon Web Services (AWS) introduced Virtual Private Cloud...
A brief history of VPC Amazon Web Services introduced the Virtual Private Cloud for general availability back in 2009, but VPC has undergone a major transformation. VPC was...
At re:Invent 2013 Amazon Web Services launched CloudTrail, a service which exposes the log files of all API actions that occur within the AWS accounts of those who enable...
We are a small company. We make no apologies for that. As our competition continues to raise millions of dollars in funds, give away their services to snag market share,...
In any new space, the process of building formal accreditation plans takes a bit of time. Currently Amazon Web Services has two courses for partners, a business tract and a...
The Perfect Capacity Curve We’ve all seen the picture which clearly depicts the easiest cloud computing benefit to visualize – capacity on demand. Here it is one...
Over a series of blog posts, I would like to look at public cloud offerings as an additional set of discreet tools in the toolbox of the infrastructure and operations...
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