Data is one of the buzzwords of the decade. Digitalization, internet and IoT, as well as evolvements in computing power, storage, cloud and related solutions have changed what we can expect from data and what we can do with it.
In this post, we talk about design process of a serverless data lake using cloud-native technologies.
I'm already using MFA, why should I care? Meet the Advanced Two-Factor Authentication on AWS taking security to the next level.
Our visit to AWS Summit Stockholm turned out to be a great success - read what's up-and-coming on the field of Cloud Computing!
Next week one of the main events of the IT and especially Cloud Services landscape takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada. I guess if you are planning to go, you already have everything set up, as it is only under a week before it starts. And factoring in the fact that the event is sold out, so you would be out of luck, it you didn’t have a ticket secured.
One of the biggest reasons to run any project with an Agile approach is to take distance from any form of waste to win time.
The latest Gartner analysis on the Cloud IaaS is out and there are few interesting pointers and easily worth your time to read it through, if the area is of interest to you.
The great new blog post The Evolution of Managed Services in Hyperscale Cloud Environments was published in the AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog last week. It makes me wonder what does that really mean for us as a Nordic Cloud MSP helping our customers utilizing the AWS benefits in their daily business.
What can you trust in the IT sector? Where can you store critical data? If your own data hotel is full, should you build a new similar one next door? Or, could you go elsewhere when necessary?