Tag: GCP

Cloud Wars – IBM vs Microsoft vs Google vs Amazon IaaS

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In my previous blog post I did a short overview of the different cloud vendors, a bit about their focus areas and also a bit about strengths and weaknesses. The blogpost can be found here –>http://bit.ly/2CrBgZA .In this post I want to focus…

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Microsoft Azure Reserved instances and pitfalls

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Microosft recently released Reserved Instances back to Microsoft Azure (Yes it was the before, but was pulled and is now back) which can provide a huge discount on running virtual machines in Azure which are static in nature. With Reserved instances you commit…

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Public Cloud Comparison on GCP, AWS, Azure and IBM.

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It has been a busy last month but finally I have some news to share. Lastly I have been working almost full time on Azure, AWS & GCP. As part of that experience I also get a lot of information about the different…

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Nutanix + GCP match made in heaven?

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It has been quite here on this blog for some time now, there are alot of reasons for this. First of I have been swamped in work lately which has affected the time I have had available to actually do any blogging, and…

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Security aspects when moving to the public cloud – IaaS

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This is a follow-up from my earlier blogpost around –> http://msandbu.org/security-aspects-when-moving-to-the-public-cloud/ and the purpose about this post is highlighting the security aspects on IaaS services. with IaaS we have the capabilities to provision a set of virtual machines and have different supporting services…

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Announcements at Google Next 17 and price cut on IaaS

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So the last couple of days I’ve been watching closely on the keynotes at #GoogleNext, where Google was showing alot of the new enhancements to their platform. So a couple of weeks back they also introduced a new relational database service which is…

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