What is DNS Management? Everything You Need to Know

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Calling friends, family, and loved ones is an essential part of life. Hence, why we use our mobile phones to pick the number of who we want to call. The same goes for the DNS (Domain name system), which serves as the internet’s phonebook. What is DNS DNS translates domain names to IP addresses, »

What is XaaS platform? Beginner's guide to everything as a service

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Are you looking for unique ways to lessen costs, save space, gain scalability, and better security all at the same time? If your answer is a definitive yes, welcome to the XaaS world! Whether a beforehand-made software or a platform yours to build from scratch, there’s a magical cloud model out there that can »

SaaS vs PaaS vs IaaS: Beginner's Guide to Which Model Is Better for You

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From pretty fluffy things in the sky to one of the hottest topics for small and global businesses alike, clouds are reducing the need for on-premise hosting more than ever. It's safe to assume that the word (as a service) you repeatedly hear ultimately means cloud computing in the cloud deployment world. In short, if »

What is IaaS platform Beginner's guide to infrastructure as a service

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To most of us, cloud computing is this calm place where our data stays secure and unbothered. However, the reality is that it’s way beyond peaceful and is pretty much more difficult for an organization that provides or depends on it, let alone its expenses. The customer demand for infrastructure as a service (IaaS) »

What is PaaS platform? Beginner's guide to platform as a service

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We’ve all at least once came across platform as a service (PaaS) in our lives, where developers mainly rely on cloud providers’ development tools to build you the applications you use (like your windows). But, have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes? PaaS explained PaaS is one of the main three cloud »

What is SaaS platform? Beginner's guide to software as a service

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Software as a service (SaaS) is as simple as using apps over the internet, such as Gmail and office tools. It’s all about renting the use of an app to make it available for your organization so that the users can connect to it over the internet through your internet browser. All the app »

Top 5 reasons to deploy a private cloud

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It gets easier every day to get confused between the cloud deployment models. One hour you have a public cloud, the next is a private cloud, and then you end up with a hybrid cloud? Whether it’s the public cloud’s expectations vs. reality and why it’s probably your best cloud deployment, up »

Virtual private cloud vs private cloud: differences and definitions

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We’ve all been there, asking the same question over and over. Can just one other word make so much difference? The lines between the private cloud and the virtual private cloud are blurring more than ever. Still, they differ in terms of provider, architecture, and resource delivery. Luckily you can decide between both based »

Can public cloud be your best cloud deployment? Expectations vs reality

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Public cloud’s often on top of the list of cloud deployments, but is it really worth it? Today, you and I aren’t just gonna shed some light on the basic needs but also take a behind-the-scenes look at the public cloud overall. Public cloud explained Simple enough, offering scalability/resource sharing that’s »

Hybrid Cloud: What It Is And How It Works

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Hybrid cloud, cloud hybrid, or multi-cloud. No matter which definition of hybrid cloud you use, the great benefits are the same! With superior security, automated data redundancy, high availability, and disaster recovery. Hybrid cloud is the ultimate choice for small and big businesses alike. Imagine a hybrid train feeding on solar and electric power, 2 »

What's the difference between a VPC and a VPN? The definitive answer

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Ever got confused about the difference between a VPC and a VPN, too? You’re a few minutes away from bragging about it all! In this short but definitive answer. VPCs and VPNs are often puzzled as they: Share key aspects Can be associated together Stand for almost the same acronyms. The (V) stands for »

What is virtual private cloud? (VPC) explained in less than 500 words

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Do you know what VPC means and why it even matters to your public cloud journey? Today, we’re going to break it down! A virtual private cloud (VPC) is a private cloud environment hosted within a public cloud, all enhanced with security and isolation aspects while using public cloud resources. Like a crowded coffee »

In Skilled Hands: A Data Center Technician’s Tasks

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Data Center Operations If you're a business head, you might've already been briefed on the role that data centers play in your operations. Data centers house physical servers that store business information and let peers communicate with each other. The important and intensive tasks in a data center requires an expert eye to ensure the »

Lightning-Fast: A Look Into The NVIDIA Tesla K80

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NVIDIA NVIDIA has long been known for its quality products, but the K80 GPU Accelerator is on another speed level. The enterprise-grade chip is used for specialized, intensive workloads, such as powering supercomputers to solve complex scientific questions. While other chips see uses in common, everyday tasks, the K80 is a creation of the Tesla »