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  1. Want to Be a Cloud Engineer? Here's What You Need to Know

    Want to Be a Cloud Engineer? Here's What You Need to Know

    Categories: Cloud Computing , Microsoft , Career Driven , AWS , Learning , Technology Comparison , Azure , Google Cloud , IT Skills

    It is well-known that acquiring cloud certifications helps an individual further their career. Certifications give employers peace of mind that they are hiring someone with the right skillset, knowledge, and qualifications to enhance the organization’s desire for distributed data. Those skills and qualifications are highly valued in today’s competitive job market, and those seeking cloud certifications are likely to quickly see a return on their investment and effort.  

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  2. How to Migrate and Modernize Your On-Prem Data Lake with Managed Kafka

    How to Migrate and modernize your on-prem data lake with managed Kafka

    Categories: Cloud Computing , Google Cloud
    The primary objective in this data-rich era is to extract the insights of data that can be used for making outcome-oriented decisions. Understanding how to analyze data is a skill that is in demand. We are creating hundreds of megabytes of data every day, and only a nominal value is getting analyzed to the improvement of various processes. Although that nominal value is not so nominal because that data is in a tremendous amount, and we have a hard time handling that.
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  3. 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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