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Bhavesh Goswami

Bhavesh Goswami

Bhavesh was in the initial dev team of AWS S3, and has been working in the Cloud Computing and Big Data fields for over 9 years now. He is the CEO and Co-Founder of CloudThat (www.cloudthat.in).

Google’s strategy to counter AWS: Acquire mission critical AWS workloads. Will it work?

Posted on February 23, 2017 by Bhavesh Goswami | Comments(0)

Google has been on an aggressive buying spree on cloud. But they are acquiring only a specific kind of companies: the companies that support a mission critical AWS workload. Google has bought many companies in cloud, that were either only supporting AWS, or primarily supporting AWS workloads. Below are some examples of such acquisitions.

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Ramifications of Microsoft Azure’s Strategic Shift towards Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) Partners

Posted on February 8, 2017 by Bhavesh Goswami | Comments(2)

Microsoft Azure is giving a tough fight to AWS in the public cloud market. Its no secret that AWS, with its 6 years of headstart in IaaS segment has more market share and more services. The latest announcement by Microsoft about Azure pay-as-you-go model not available in the MPSA licensing model gives us a hint on the strategic initiative by Microsoft Azure to capture more market share.

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2016 IT Skills and Salary Report

Posted on September 7, 2016 by Bhavesh Goswami | Comments(0)

We recently had Global Knowledge 2016 IT Skills and Salary Report published.

This report proves that with fast moving technology landscape, trainings are becoming more important than ever before. Training remains one of the most important aspect of global workforce, especially when reports like Zinnov’s prediction that 25% of global IT workforce will become redundant in few years.

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5 Reasons why Multi-Cloud Disaster Recovery (DR) is the Only Real DR Strategy

Posted on March 14, 2016 by Bhavesh Goswami | Comments(2)

Disaster Recovery (DR) is an important aspect of any cloud deployment. In the words of Amazon’s CTO Vernal Vogel’s, “Everything fails, all the time”. It is possible that an entire data center or region of the cloud provider goes down. This has already happened to most cloud providers like Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure and will surely happen again in future.

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