Category - Cloud-Based Development

Articles that center around key technologies related to cloud-based software development and major tendencies and innovations in the domain.

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SAP Cloud Migration Strategy: Benefits and Planning Guidelines
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4 Best Cloud Deployment Models You Need to Know
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Advantages and Disadvantages of PaaS: Practical Overview
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Top Eight Cloud Providers: Review and Criteria for Choosing
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Hybrid Integration Platform: How Can It Help Your Business?
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Fog Computing vs. Cloud Computing for IoT Projects
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The Guide to Deploying an Application Using AWS Elastic Beanstalk
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Amazon AWS vs. Oracle Cloud Platform: A Comparative Analysis
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Migrating to Azure: Best Practices
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IaaS vs. PaaS vs. SaaS: What’s the Difference?

SAP Cloud Migration Strategy: Benefits and Planning Guidelines

A variety of SAP services, including Commerce Cloud and Marketing Cloud, can be deployed on premises. However, hard drive data storage is rapidly turning into the technology of the past, and our digital reality and foreseeable future are definitely located in the cloud.

Moving SAP solutions to the cloud is a complicated and crucial process implying the transition of data, applications and technologies from the company’s local infrastructure to a remotely managed platform. What are the benefits of SAP cloud migration, and how does one plan the process appropriately so as to reduce possible risks? Let’s figure it out.

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Top Eight Cloud Providers: Review and Criteria for Choosing

Cloud technology seems to have captured the hearts of millions of developers and business users worldwide. This is not surprising, because cloud-based services enable faster development and provide better security if compared with on-premises solutions.

If your business processes are not in the remote environment yet, it’s time to take a look at the list of cloud service providers and choose a suitable platform.

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Hybrid Integration Platform: How Can It Help Your Business?

The current IT landscape of most companies can be described by the word “hybrid,” meaning that business processes are managed by the aggregation of local, mobile and cloud applications. Diverse integration tools should make all of them work as a coherent system, providing interoperability, flexibility and seamless data sharing between numerous components. But using many tools is complicated. The most appropriate option now is a hybrid integration platform for enterprises. What is a hybrid integration platform? We will explain.

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Fog Computing vs. Cloud Computing for IoT Projects

By 2020, there will be 30 billion IoT devices worldwide, and in 2025, the number will exceed 75 billion connected things, according to Statista. All these devices will produce huge amounts of data that will have to be processed quickly and in a sustainable way. To meet the growing demand for IoT solutions, fog computing comes into action on par with cloud computing. Fog is even better at some things.

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The Guide to Deploying an Application Using AWS Elastic Beanstalk

In 2011, Amazon extended the functionality of its cloud with a new service — AWS Elastic Beanstalk, which simplifies the lives of companies that use Amazon Web Services (AWS). Since then, numerous companies deploy applications using Elastic Beanstalk to facilitate the deployment and scaling of their web workloads. In this article, we will explore the key features and benefits of the service, key deployment considerations and four steps it takes to deploy applications using Elastic Beanstalk.

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Amazon AWS vs. Oracle Cloud Platform: A Comparative Analysis

Over the last eight years, the cloud computing market has been growing at an exponential rate, and some cloud service providers have been gaining power or emerging under these conditions. For this article, we compared Amazon Web Services (AWS) vs. Oracle Cloud platform — the undisputed market leader according to Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service vs. a promising niche player.

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IaaS vs. PaaS vs. SaaS: What’s the Difference?

Cloud computing is a rapidly growing IT technology. Forbes experts predict that 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020. Worldwide spending on public cloud services and infrastructure, according to the IDC report, was forecast to reach $160 billion in 2018. Since the topic is urgent, we want to tell you about the difference between cloud services models and provide examples of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS.

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