Cloud Computing with Non-Tech Background: A Guide for Beginners

Posted on July 25, 2021 by CloudThat | Comments(1)

With the increasing demand and popularity of Cloud Computing, we wouldn’t be surprised by you feeling the urge to jump ships and start your cloud journey. With a CAGR of impressive 30% and the industry all set to cross the 65,000 crore mark by 2025, it is safe to say your efforts into learning Cloud Computing even with non-tech background would not go down the drain.

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Everything You Need To Know About DevOps Lifecycle Phases

Posted on June 15, 2021 by Sridhar Immanni | Comments(11)

In the digital age, customer needs are at lightning speed. Customer experience can make or break a company. Hence, more and more organizations are quickly adopting advanced technological strategies to achieve digital transformation. DevOps has brought in a fundamental change in the Development, Operations and Testing team interaction to ensure faster, reliable, and secure software delivery. Let us take deep dive into DevOps – an integration of  Software Development and IT Operations.

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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(5)

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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Setting Up Azure Infrastructure Using Terraform

Posted on September 16, 2020 by Narendra Bamaniya | Comments(3)

In this blog article, I will discuss how you can create a Virtual Machine Scale Set with Auto Scale settings in Microsoft Azure Cloud using Terraform. In my next blog article I will explain how to automate the configuration of all VM(s) using Ansible. I will use VS Code to write code for Terraform and Ansible and to perform the command (CLI), I am going to use VS Code Terminal (WSL Ubuntu).

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