Amazon, Microsoft, and Google would want everyone to move all of their applications and workloads to the public cloud, but we know for a fact that most traditional enterprise companies don't prefer that. They would still choose to run almost all of their applications on premises. But, as we have seen in the past few … Continue reading Direct Connect to the #AWS Cloud
After my last post about AWS Lambda and Serverless Computing, I got to thinking. How is Lambda different from Elastic Beanstalk(EB). AWS has been offering Elastic Beanstalk as a managed service for quite some time and from the looks of it, developers can just submit their application and AWS will take care of deploying, managing and scaling … Continue reading Growing with #AWS Elastic Beanstalk!
Quick Introduction to AWS Lambda and Serverless Computing
Wikipedia defines Captain America's shield as virtually indestructible under normal conditions; the shield proves strong enough to absorb Hulk's strength, and repel an attack from Thor's mystical hammer Mjölnir without any visible damage.. The same can be said about the new service that AWS announced at Re:Invent 2016 - AWS Shield. But, before getting into the … Continue reading Shield your Apps from DDoS attacks
In a previous blogpost, we discussed what are Containers and compared them to traditional virtual machines. Now lets talk some more about how VMware, which I can say is the current leader in the virtualization industry is planning to deal with the Containers revolution. There are the following two things I feel are the most … Continue reading VMware Photon 1.0 Deployment
Containers!! and Docker!! Who would have thought that these two words will bring around the whole DevOps revolution. Most of the people reading this will already know what a Docker Container is and so I will try not to get too much into the weeds of what it is and what are the benefits of using … Continue reading Containers!!
Red Hat ManageIQ is an open source cloud management platform(CMP) that enables the virtualization admins to better manage their existing virtualization, private cloud and hybrid cloud infrastructures. You can plug your existing VMware vSphere, Openstack or RedHat Enterprise Virtualization environments into ManageIQ and manage all of them through a single pane of glass. You can … Continue reading ManageIQ