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Google Cloud fuels innovation to foolproof the future

Earlier, it used to be considered that public cloud marathon was run by only two competitors (AWS & Azure) till Google Cloud came in...

MSPs embracing Cloud Management Platforms – The Success Recipe

As the current IT landscape takes a paradigm shift for MSPs, the cloud computing world continues to re-shape the market with transitions brewing and...

Amazon RDS features that every cloud user should know

Is relational database a confusing concept for you? We know that cloud users struggle to understand the difference between a relational database and Amazon...

Rightsizing: Your one of the keys to unlocking cloud cost optimization

As per the latest prediction on cloud spending from Gartner for 2019, overall IT spending will reach $3.8 trillion this year; a growth of...

6 Best Practices for Azure Cost Management

You probably know Microsoft as the company behind Windows, but its Azure cloud business is paving the way to soon be a bigger revenue...

Amazon S3 Glacier: An underrated yet reliable storage option

Amazon S3 Glacier is a cloud storage service for data archiving and long-term backup. It is a secure, durable and extremely low-cost storage option....

AWS Santa Clara Summit 2019 – Key Takeaways & Insights

AWS Santa Clara Summit was designed to bring together the community of cloud computing to connect and collaborate. The agenda of these summits is...

Reserved Instance Planner: Why, When and How to use your RIs?

A Reserved Instance is a reservation of resources and capacity within a region for either one or three years. Unlike on-demand services, the companies...

Multi-Cloud Vs. Hybrid Cloud

If you are like most of the organizations, you might not be satisfied by solely using private-cloud as a part of an efficient cloud...

6 Benefits of Hybrid Cloud That You Cannot Ignore

There was a time when organizations confined their data in private data centers, but the dawn of cloud technology has opened up new doors...