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Cloud Computing - Similar to Car Rental?

Cloud Virtual Machine - Cloud Server

Serverless Computing - Function as a Service (FaaS)

Cloud Regions and Availability Zones

Cloud Block Storage as a Service

Cloud File Storage as a Service

Cloud Object Storage as a Service

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Cloud Desktop as a Service

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What is Cloud Computing?

We hear the term “Cloud Computing” a lot in the media, advertisements, news and in memes. Cloud Computing has continuously been a trending term throughout the last decade. But what does cloud computing mean? Cloud computing is the offering of computing as a service. Consumers can pay the cloud computing service for on-demand use of […]

Amazon EMR and Google Cloud Dataproc: Top 10 Common Features

Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform are the two of the three market leaders in cloud computing. They both offer similar kind of cloud-native big data platforms to filter, transform, aggregate and process data at scale. Amazon EMR and Google Cloud Dataproc are Amazon Web Service’s and Google Cloud Platform’s managed big data platforms […]

Amazon EC2 Instances: M5 vs M5d vs M5a vs M5ad

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) is a service that offers compute capacity in Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud. Amazon EC2 M5 Instances are the fifth generation EC2 instances that are ideal for General Purpose computing as they offer a balance of compute, memory and networking resources. M5 can be used as servers, caching fleets, app […]

Amazon EC2 Spot Instances: Most and Least Interrupted Instance Types

Amazon EC2 Spot Instances are one type of purchasing the EC2 instances, the other two types being on-demand and reserved instances. Spot instances are the cheapest among the three types and they are cost effective for running fault-tolerant workloads. Before starting to use the Spot instances, it’s important to understand that Spot instances will be […]

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