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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Private vs. Public Cloud Computing: What’s the Difference?
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5 Ways to Migrate Applications to the Cloud
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The Benefits of Implementing a “Cloud First” Strategy
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Top 5 Tips for Cloud Computing Security
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Azure vs. AWS vs. Google: Choosing Cloud Platform for 2017
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Java app deployment: Choosing the right cloud platform
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Moving a Desktop Java App to the Cloud

Private vs. Public Cloud Computing: What’s the Difference?

Everyone agrees that cloud computing provides scalability, provisioning, virtualized resources and an ability to expand the server base quickly. Private cloud vs. public cloud discussions always follow this statement for some notable reasons.

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5 Ways to Migrate Applications to the Cloud

Cloud migration is a process that involves moving desktop applications and enterprise data to the cloud. The complexity of migrating existing applications varies, depending on the architecture and existing licensing arrangements and so the question of necessity arises.

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The Benefits of Implementing a “Cloud First” Strategy

As the cloud takes on a more dominant role in the modern world, many businesses are considering the benefits of adopting a cloud first strategy into their IT infrastructure. But what is the definition of the cloud first strategy? Cloud first computing take the approach of utilizing shared (publicly hosted, but still protected) infrastructures versus building and hosting your own private storage facility, systems, etc. There are many benefits to adopting a cloud first strategy, like cost-saving and productivity improvement. In this article, we go through the benefits that may make you consider implementing a cloud-first strategy within your organization.

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Top 5 Tips for Cloud Computing Security

Cloud computing is a type of Internet-based computing that provides shared computer processing resources and data to computers and other devices on demand. It is a model for enabling ubiquitous, on-demand access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (source: Wikipedia).

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Azure vs. AWS vs. Google: Choosing Cloud Platform for 2017

When choosing a cloud platform, business owners and decision makers often look only at the cost, while neglecting many small but essential differences between cloud platforms that may be vital when choosing the best systems for your business. In this article, we go through the three biggest cloud platforms — AWS, Azure and Google Cloud — to see their pros and cons.

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Java app deployment: Choosing the right cloud platform

Using a PaaS is a proven way to decrease costs, speed the time to market and removes the burden of supporting a physical infrastructure if one wants to deploy a java app without worrying about computing resources, tracking licenses, cost of installation and configuration/administration of software.  Business owners and IT executives are increasingly looking for PaaS that will be a backbone of their java app deployment. However, there are many challenges on the way.

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