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  1. AWS - The Ultimate Cloud for Large-Scale Enterprises

    AWS - The Ultimate Cloud for Large-Scale Enterprises

    Categories: Cloud Computing, AWS
    Organizations of every type, size, and industry are using the cloud platform for a wide variety of reasons, such as data backup, disaster recovery, email integration, virtual desktops, software development, and testing, big data analytics, and web applications. Whether its technology, television networks, banks, food manufacturers, or governments, many different organizations are using Amazon Web Services (AWS) to develop, maintain, and host applications. With that said, small and mid-size companies make up the majority of the market that uses AWS.
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  2. Tactics to Manage AWS-Multi Accounts

    Tactics to Manage AWS-Multi Accounts

    Categories: Cloud Computing, AWS
    Over the years, Amazon web services have been the backbone of many companies by serving them. The software is designed to assist businesses with their productivity, cost-effectiveness, and modernization. The various services offered by the company have been a major reason for success for many companies. One of the most used features of AWS is managing cloud computing resources. The benefits like high data security have led companies to work on various AWS accounts, causing them trouble to manage and execute strategies for controlling various AWS accounts.
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  3. Big Data or Amazon Web Services?

    Big Data or Amazon Web Services?

    Categories: AWS, Technology Comparison
    Traditionally, businesses were using Microsoft Power BI and Tableau to store the company’s data. However, as the world is moving towards a digital society, it is becoming a challenge for businesses to store and handle the massive amount of data.
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  4. Top 5 AWS Certifications in 2020

    Top 5 AWS Certifications in 2020

    Categories: Cloud Computing, AWS, Learning, Study Guides
    The rapid increase in the demand for cloud computing has led many cloud experts to enhance their skills. Many companies, like QuickStart, Google, or Microsoft, provide online certifications for cloud computing. However, Amazon Web Services still holds a 57% share in the market because of its high credibility.
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  5. Boosting Your Career: Azure Vs. AWS

    Boosting Your Career in the Cloud: Azure Vs. AWS

    Categories: Cloud Computing, Microsoft, Career Driven, AWS, Technology Comparison
    Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service provider. Azure provides several services for developing, deploying, and handling applications that run through Microsoft data centers to developers, operations engineers, and IT professionals. As the world is gradually moving towards the cloud- computing industry, the demand for Microsoft Azure and certified Azure professionals is also increasing. Microsoft Azure has determinedly taken over the market by providing a low and high level of infrastructure and cloud services. The services provided by Azure make it certain that it has conquered its space in the market; hence it’s very obvious that the future of Microsoft Azure is bright.
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  6. The Guide for AWS Certifications

    The Guide for AWS Certifications

    Categories: Cloud Computing, AWS
    AWS is the abbreviation for Amazon Web Services. The AWS is a platform for secured cloud services that offer calculated power, database cache, content delivery, and other cloud computing services to help businesses excel. With the rapid increase in technology, many companies are now developing their cloud computing service rather than buying from other service providers.
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  7. Choosing between Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google

    Choosing between Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google

    Categories: Cloud Computing, AWS, Technology Comparison, Azure, Google Cloud
    networking AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform offer related capabilities around flexible compute, storage and. Common elements of a public cloud that they share are self-service, security, compliance, auto-scaling & identity management features. In public cloud services, AWS remains the global market share leader at 33%, Azure at 13% & Google Cloud at 6%.
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