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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Disaster Recovery in Cloud Computing: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Posted on July 16, 2021 by CloudThat | Comments(1)

How often have you heard that the systems have crashed and that the data is at the risk of being lost? Several times perhaps while the company incurred significant loss of business. Similarly, this holds for disasters in Cloud Computing. When there is any issue or disruption of the services/apps or software, it could eventually lead to a disaster. However, recovering from that disaster is where the real expertise lies. If the team is good, you would anticipate such disasters and prepare contingencies for the same, setting the disaster recovery process in motion.

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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 Cloud Service Providers in 2021: AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform

Posted on May 17, 2021 by Shabana R | Comments(61)

With the public cloud raging the market, virtual hardware is shared by many companies. The multi-employer environment makes it easy to differentiate infrastructure costs for multiple users. Due to cost benefits and payment model, the public cloud is suitable for small and medium-sized businesses. In general, sensitive, community-oriented web applications that can receive unexpected traffic can increase the cloud mass very well.

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Introduction to Serverless Computing

Posted on April 29, 2021 by Daneswari Mathapati | Comments(3)

An organization’s conventional approach to creating an IT environment/infrastructure by getting hardware and software resources individually has become outdated. With the advent and there are now a variety of ways to virtualize IT systems and access required applications over the Internet through web-based applications.

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Preparing for GCP Associate Cloud Engineer Certification Exam

Posted on September 6, 2018 by CloudThat | Comments(29)

I cleared my first Google Cloud Certification Exam in June 2017, which was for their Professional Architect Track. Since then many new features have been announced and another Certification, Associate Cloud Engineer has been introduced. Recently, I cleared the exam for Associate Cloud Engineer Certification and I am sharing my experiences for the same in this blog article.

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