Data Analytics Ecosystem – AWS & Azure (Part 1)

Posted on April 11, 2017 by Sankeerth Reddy | Comments(4)

In the past decade, technologies around data analytics and business intelligence have seen a tremendous growth in number and reach. The emergence of Cloud has undoubtedly been a catalyst to this growth. Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure have both been working towards offering services for Collecting, Uploading, Storing and processing for Data.

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Zabbix- A Simpler way of Monitoring

Posted on March 8, 2017 by Sherin Shahanas | Comments(13)

Today, applications have evolved from standalone to the client-server model and ultimately to the cloud-based elastic application. Application performance can directly affect a business, hurting the revenue as customer struggle to complete the process. It’s always been difficult to see what’s going on inside the system. And doing so has become an essential part. Having a good monitoring tool will help us to understand the system status and determine when they are behaving normally and when they are behaving abnormally.

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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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Why do we opt for AWS Mumbai Region as an Indian cloud customer?

Posted on September 9, 2016 by Amrendra Kumar | Comments(0)

Are you an Indian AWS (Amazon Web Services) Cloud Customer? Do you want to adopt AWS Mumbai Region for your production?

Then we have an analysis for you which will help you to decide whether to go for AWS Mumbai Region or not. In this blog, we’ll look at aspects like “cost comparison, services availability, S3 object download speed test, latency check, compliance” between near and famous regions.

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Postfix Email Server integration with SES

Posted on July 7, 2016 by Sherin Shahanas | Comments(1)

Have you ever  thought of setting up a web or application server with your own mail server? Have you ever tried to do so and stuck at some point? Well, when you host a website or your application it is likely to have your own mail server to handle incoming and outgoing mail to your domain. Before I get into my topic, I assume that you have got basic knowledge on AWS. For any kind of cloud training please visit www.cloudthat.com.

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CloudWatch Custom Metrics for Windows Server

Posted on June 2, 2016 by Richa Pathak | Comments(1)

It’s not rare that users having requirements of sending custom metrics to CloudWatch. These metrics can be application based or server based. There are different ways we can send these metrics to CloudWatch like writing a simple PowerShell script and scheduling it in Task Scheduler to run periodically. Alternate way to accomplish this, which I personally find very easy is by making simple changes in EC2ConfigService in your windows instance.

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Install WordPress using AWS Codepipeline

Posted on May 17, 2016 by Amrendra Kumar | Comments(3)

In this blog we are going to show how we can install a Wordpress with AWS Codepipeline.

Before we begin the demo, let us brief you about the services which will be used.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is providing three services namely CodeCommit, CodeDeploy, CodePipeline as Developer Tools for the developers, which lets them to focus more on their application rather than deployment.

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Schedule and Configure Lambda to Notify you..

Posted on April 8, 2016 by CloudThat | Comments(0)

In the era of Dev-ops, continuous integration and deployment, AWS Lambda provides you with various features, that will help you automate your needs. Lambda is a compute service from Amazon Web Services, which performs actions on various available services of AWS, based on the program code that you upload for execution. It can be triggered by events or with a scheduled event provided by CloudWatch.

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