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    AWS Lambda Invasion in Big Data

    AWS Lambda(Lambda) compute service, built to automatically scale applications or backend services based on event-driven programming, can play a major role in... Learn More

    AWS Lambda: Taking the development world by storm

    Lambda, AWS’ server-less compute service, launched at AWS re:Invent 2014, is popping up everywhere and revolutionizing how applications are architected. Major League... Learn More

    Picking the Appropriate Lock-in

      Recently I was sitting in a vendor presentation at a technical conference and I was reminded of how confusing it can be to know which type of IT service (ITaaS, IaaS,... Learn More

    Beyond Spin Up: Best Practices for Managing Amazon Web Services Accounts

    Getting Started Initiating Amazon Web Services (AWS) appears simple enough: Create an account, spin up a few compute instances and let the magic and speed of AWS take... Learn More

    Public Cloud Uno to Dos… It’s less about cost and more about speed to market

    During the early days of cloud computing–let’s call it “Cloud Uno” since Cloud 1.0 has already been used–several phrases were consistently used to describe it.  Some of... Learn More

    Containers NOW!

    The world of containers can be confusing.  What do you really need to get started using containers today? Starting small can lead to big results. Containers are the new... Learn More

    Object Storage – The Alternator of Cloud Computing

    Alternators are used in automobiles to charge the battery and to power the electrical system when the engine is running.  Alternators are expected in an automobile like... Learn More

    Condensation: The missing link between CloudFormation and Lambda

    Condensation brings together two great services from AWS, CloudFormation and Lambda, by turning their parts into a composable project. In the case of Lambda, code (in a... Learn More

    Planning for failures with Amazon DynamoDB

    What happens when a cloud service that is specific to one geographic region fails? An AWS glitch called a “service event” happened on Sunday, September 20, 2015, from... Learn More
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