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Create an Open Source AWS S3 server

Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) is a very powerful online file storage web service provided by Amazon Web Services. Think of it as a remote drive where you can store files in directories, retrieve and delete them. Companies such as DropBox, Netflix, Pinterest, Slideshare, Tumblr and many more...
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Oracle Takes On Amazon in Cloud Infrastructure

Oracle barely shows up on the charts of biggest IaaS providers. The vendor is looking to change that. Larry Ellison, Oracle's founder and CTO, announced the new services from the opening keynote at Oracle OpenWorld, the company's big customer conference, which kicked off Sunday. Read more at Light...
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Hybrid Cloud Isn't Cloudy Enough, Suggests New Forrester Data

It hasn't been a good year for the private cloud, and the Forrester Wave for Global Public Cloud Platforms isn't going to make it any better. With Forresteracknowledging it had previously under-projected the torrid growth of public cloud spending—the new total 23% higher at $236 billion by 2020—the...
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Spark Comparison: AWS vs. GCP

There’s little doubt that cloud computing will play an important role in data science for the foreseeable future. The flexible, scalable, on-demand computing power available is an important resource, and as a result, there’s a lot of competition between the providers of this service. Two of the...
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VMworld 2016: VMware Pushes Hybrid Cloud and SDDC with New Cross-Cloud Architecture

VMware is launching a new Cross-Cloud architecture geared toward improving software-defined data center (SDDC) and hybrid cloud deployments, the company announced on Monday at the 2016 VMworld conference in Las Vegas, NV. According to VMware documents, the new architecture could extend the company'...
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Docker Usage Rises, But High Portability Pointless for Most

Docker containers are a powerful and popular development option in the cloud. But, while many IT teams are turning to containers, few can fully take advantage of the technology. The adoption of Docker -- and containers in general -- within AWS environments continues to rapidly increase. However,...
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Cloud Chronicles

How open-source software and cloud computing have set up the IT industry for a once-in-a-generation battle. AS BOSSES go, Linus Torvalds and Andy Jassy couldn’t be more different. Mr Torvalds works, often in his bathrobe, out of his home in Portland, Oregon. He leads an army of volunteer developers...
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Patterns for Managing Multi-Tenant Cloud Environments

When 18F started, deploying government services into a public cloud was still fairly uncommon. However, over the last two years nearly everything 18F has built for our agency partners has been deployed into Amazon Web Services (AWS), including our platform-as-a-service cloud.gov. Meanwhile, other...
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The Life of a Serverless Microservice on AWS

Microservices have specific lifecycles, too — read on to learn how to manage them. In this post, I will demonstrate how you can develop, test, deploy, and operate a production-ready serverless microservice using the AWS ecosystem. The combination of AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway allows us to...
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MongoDB Launches Atlas, Its New Database-as-a-Service Offering

MongoDB, the company behind the eponymous open source database, is launching Atlas today, its third major revenue-generating service. Atlas is MongoDB’s database-as-a-service offering that provides users with a managed database service. The service will offer pay-as-you-go pricing and will...
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