Another interesting guest author post. Image Source Companies need to store their data in a way that can be accessible and protected. To achieve this, many organizations are migrating their workloads to the cloud. One of the top cloud storage providers, Microsoft Azure, provides highly available and scalable storage services. Recently, the Premium tier of … Continue reading Understanding Premium Azure File Storage
Efficient Cloud Migration With Kubernetes Image Source Nowadays, most companies have at least one workload running in the cloud. Cloud environments are generally scalable, reliable and highly available. However, migrating large workloads to the cloud presents a challenge for developers. Using container-based cloud environments can be a solution. A container packages the application components in … Continue reading Efficient Cloud Migration With Kubernetes
A guest author piece again today. Hope you like it. Image Source Many organizations don’t take full advantage of their cloud services. This is usually because they have only taken their first steps into the cloud—migrating apps and functionality to a cloud platform. Moving to the next level requires a different approach. To fully take … Continue reading How Cloud-Native and Kubernetes Drive Industrial Modernization
Guest post today from Gilad David Maayan. I thought it interesting and learned from it so I hope it is useful to you too. This is only my second time with a guest author so let me know what you think. === Image Source In 2018, Amazon Web Services (AWS) held 85% of the cloud … Continue reading 6 Little-Known Amazon EBS Features You Should Be Using
Hello all, One of my co-workers at Veeam - a field SE - has written a short article that I quite like, and with his permission I have reprinted it here. You can find his blog here and in fact there are a number of article about the recent Veeam launch you can find. This … Continue reading How are Veeam backup files written?