I’m tasked with learning as much about cloud migration as possible, and currently, my team is carrying out server migration and I was wondering whether learning about traditional server migration might help me when the time comes to do cloud migration?
Should I be working with those team members to learn about traditional server migration?
Also, is moving applications to the cloud fundamentally different than moving databases or SQL server to the cloud?
I'm about to try to buy some space (Azure, digital ocean, or linode) to build up a couple of angular apps with a backend api and some services/jobs which run daily. My biggest concern is getting hit with some DDOS attack which causes a massive bill at the end of the month. Is there a cloud provider that allows a hard cap to be put on bandwidth/compute usage per month, or one that has a monthly budget that if exceeded shuts everything down?
List of skills to consider including in your team for a cloud migration project. Worth cross-checking if your team has people who cover each area or where you could use extra resources. Let me know what you think and if there are any additional skills you think are crucial for a cloud migration.
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As businesses revisit IT priorities, migrating to the cloud is at the top of many lists. Cloud computing allows for greater scalability, flexibility, and leveraging features like automation, enhanced collaboration, and more.
Currently: “Nearly 70% of enterprise organizations are currently migrating data for enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications to the cloud, according to a Friday report from the Cloud Security Alliance.” – [Source](https://www.techrepublic.com/article/69-of-enterprises-moving-business-critical-applicatio... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I have my Network+ certification. I want to move towards a cloud career. What certs or material should I work on to push towards that. Is there an entry-level position in cloud networking and beyond? Details guys hit me with them!
There are so many courses available for learning AWS/cloud but I still meet so many people finding it difficult to start understanding cloud.
Why is this so? (We are building a start up around this with bite sized content and daily questions with below assumptions)
I want to store a lot of data (magnitude of TBs) in a cloud setup.
The data will be all streams (timestamp + KV pairs) in multiple topics. Most of the data is coming from third parties and can be re-queried after a local crash.
I need to be able to persist this data for offline analytics (I'm thinking parquet files in S3, so that any Apache tool can be used to query this later), as well as online processing for real time statistics/event triggers...
I would like to run this on a kubernetes cluster without some heavyweight setup. Basically is Kafka the only way, or are there any better alternatives?
I was also having a look at using ZeroMQ and building own lightweight streaming infrastructure.
All ideas and thoughts are very welcome!
EDIT: I cannot run this on AWS, so their infracture (Athena, Firehose, ...) is out.
I am working with an IOT startup who are currently working to create a proper backend for their product.
Basically we have a monitoring system which generates a packet, and we want to send this to the cloud and store it in a time series database. Next we run some algorithms that we have written based on the received data and generate insights which we send back to an android application.
As we don't have any proper backend yet, we are flexible with the suggestions for architecture but we have to look at the costing. I don't have much experience developing for any cloud architecture but I'm ready to learn. Could you please suggest what architecture would work best for the above mentioned scenario?
How good is a career option as a cloud architect? Or what could be some related career paths? What skills are must have? And how good would be the pay and long term scope?
What are some big companies in demand of cloud architects.
Hi, I personally like this blog on cloud migration and decided to share it with you. These guys from Triangu provided peer-to-peer advice on efficient cloud transformation, planning, cloud migration tools, etc.
Every year for the past several years Cisco ANZ CTO Kevin Bloch has produced a list of his top 10 ICT trends for the year “selected for their impact on the networking industry.”
This year he is predicting “the end of cloud as we know it.” That might seem a rash forecast given the still stellar growth of “cloud as we know it”: the likes of AWS, Azure et al. According to Synergy Research Group, in 2019 the global public cloud market grew 37 percent, AWS grew revenues 35 percent in a single quarter and Azure 64 percent.
I’m completely new to cloud development, but I’ve been tasked with learning how to do cloud migration over the next few months. I don’t even know about server migration, but one of my coworkers does. I assume cloud migration is very similar bc aren’t you just creating cloud servers and migrating everything that way? Would he be of any help to me in this? I ask bc I’d be the only one with any cloud knowledge here.
Also, what are the best tools/courses I should look at to learn this as efficiently as possible? I haven’t been told if we’re using AWS or Azure, but I think they’re learning more towards Azure.
How to build a “Emotion detection app” with angular and deploy it on one of the public cloud(Azure) with Github Actions.
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Heard this on the josh leesman experience podcast. Insane to think about. The only person to ever win anything at all on the team is Zven.
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For a fresh cloud application, instead of building a User Identity/management component from scratch and not using 3rd party services (Auth0/Amazon Cognito etc.), is there any opensource project, which is available as a plug-configure-operate module. I'm planning to build a SaaS app for side-project
I found this very interesting project, which exactly solves my use case: https://github.com/ory/kratos. But, it's in pre-alpha
Any suggestions/alternatives which has user signup/login, self-service like password reset, verify email, social login etc.?
Based on vpsbenchmarks.com, it seems spinup to be an attractive option for hosting Highly available sites (2 servers - 10 bucks, load balancer - 10 bucks). Looking at 20 bucks, pretty cheap.
Any comments, suggestions on https://spinup.com?
The terms cloud and cloud computing are used very often, but what is actually behind it? In this article we explain the different terms in an understandable way.
The term cloud has established itself as a short form of cloud computing .
Briefly summarized: The term cloud means the interaction of several servers. The servers take on tasks such as data storage or complicated program sequences. The cloud user does not notice how many servers are behind the cloud.
Even if one server fails, it has no impact on the entire system. This independence from the individual servers is therefore referred to as cloud, since the user does not have to have an overview of the individual units (cloudy / unclear for the user). The cloud is the big picture of these computing units.
Cloud / cloud does not mean that your data is only transmitted via “clouds” or satellites. Everything essentially takes place on Earth and your “normal” internet connection via radio towers, routers, cables and data centers... keep reading on reddit ➡
Video will help us to understand the concept & configuration of Amazon Inspector. Amazon Inspector is an automated security assessment service which evaluates the security loopholes in deployed resources, per the compliance in the Amazon cloud.
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- Concept of Amazon Inspector
- How to do configuration for Amazon Inspector with detail Demo
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I want to use Azure App Service for it's CI/CD capabilities but at the same time the solution I have already uses AWS S3/Cloudfront for images and stuff. Would it be better to move all to Azure?
Oct-Dec annualised GDP shrinks 6.3% vs f’cast -3.7%
Private consumption down 2.9% vs f’cast -2.0%
External demand adds 0.5 pct point to growth
Domestic demand knocks 2.1 points off growth
Some analysts warn Japan may slide into recession
Link : https://www.reuters.com/article/japan-economy-gdp/update-1-japans-economy-shrinks-at-fastest-pace-in-6-years-virus-clouds-outlook-idUSL4N2AE05X