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Anusha Shanbhag

Anusha Shanbhag

Anusha Shanbhag is a Technical Content Writer at CloudThat Technologies. With over 8 years of industry experience, she has published over 25 blogs, article, and technical case studies with a keen interest in advanced cloud technologies. She is a public speaker and ex-president of the corporate Toastmaster club.

Easy Methods to Overcome Data Loss and Reduce IT Costs by Deprovisioning

Posted on August 2, 2022 by Anusha Shanbhag | Comments(0)

Consider a scenario where a software development team is working on multiple projects for various clients. Whenever a new client is onboarded, IT admins hurry to provide their teams with the required access to various applications and onboard them to the cloud consoles. It is quickly carried out so that the team can start working on the project and meet the project deadlines.

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Insights On The Future Of Machine Learning, Data, And Evolution Of Security Landscape

Posted on May 9, 2022 by Anusha Shanbhag | Comments(0)

Traditional Business Intelligence Solutions give insights to companies that could be used to drive business. With technological advancements, newer and more powerful predictions are being made by leveraging Machine Learning, and Data Analytics. Machine Learning and Data analytics can harvest a higher volume of insights that can transform the way businesses run and revolutionize the future of human lives.

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A Beginner’s Guide To Kubernetes With Real-Time Example

Posted on January 21, 2022 by Anusha Shanbhag | Comments(0)

To understand Kubernetes, you need to know how applications are built-in real-time scenarios, various features, and benefits. Learning and understanding Kubernetes may seem to be hard but it is worth the pain. Kubernetes is a container orchestration or container management tool. It is also referred to as a container orchestration engine. It was developed by Google Labs and later it was donated to Cloud-Native Computer Foundation (CNCF). It is open-source and written with Golang. Kubernetes is also referred to as K8s because there are eight characters between K and S.

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Cloud Computing In Education: Ed Tech Companies Thriving In The Post-Covid Era

Posted on June 30, 2021 by Anusha Shanbhag | Comments(1)

The year 2020 will be remembered as the catastrophic year where the whole world ran askew due to the casualties of  Corona Virus, known as COVID-19 for scientific accuracy. As a result, businesses across countries came to a standstill. A huge impact was also on the education industry resulting in over 1.2 billion children out of the classroom.

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Top 5 things to look for in Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service Provider (MSPs)

Posted on May 31, 2021 by Anusha Shanbhag | Comments(2)

In recent times, more and more organizations are adopting the cloud to scale their businesses. As more and more enterprises are keen on outsourcing, an expert third-party company is chosen to carry out the process for cloud migration, implementation, deployment, and continuous delivery. This outsourced company is called a Microsoft Managed Service Provider (MSP) who assumes the responsibility of providing a pre-defined set of day-to-day management services to its customers.

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DevOps and Cloud: A Symbiotic Relationship to Streamline business and IT Operations

Posted on May 31, 2021 by Anusha Shanbhag | Comments(6)

With rising competitiveness in the market, enterprises from multiple domains are racing to achieve digital transformation to be ahead of the technology curve and expand their businesses. One cannot ignore the pace at which the world is running and looking for innovation to scale their businesses. The two most effective strategies for businesses have been adopting the cloud and DevOps technologies for their IT environment.

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8 Key Attributes of Modern Cloud Native Architecture

Posted on April 26, 2021 by Anusha Shanbhag | Comments(1)

In recent times, customers are looking to work across multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments to achieve digital transformation for their businesses. They are interested in developing cloud-native applications that can be easily deployed in cloud-native infrastructure. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation CNCF defines cloud-native applications and infrastructure as follows:

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