Tag Archives: AWS
Cloud Infrastructure Security

Securing our Hybrid Cloud

In a previous article, “One thousand servers, start with one click”, I described the design and implementation of a simple hybrid-Cloud infrastructure.  The view was from a high level, and I intend, God willing, to delve into the detail in a later instalment.  Before that though, I wanted to touch on the subject of hybrid […]

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Oracle Cloud

AWS vs Oracle Cloud – My Experience

Preamble Having had a good impression from my use of Amazon Web Services (AWS), I decided to take a look at Oracle Cloud. AWS is of course the market leader but Oracle, Microsoft et al have joined the fray with competing services. What follows is nothing like a Gartner report, rather it is my personal […]

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Impressive Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Impressive Amazon Web Services: First Glance

Amazon Web Services: Background Amazon Web Services (AWS) have revolutionised the way we view IT provisioning.  AWS makes so many things easier, and often cheaper too.  The benefits scale from the SME right up to corporates; no segment is left out.  Complexity is abstracted away, and with a little effort, large and/or complex systems can […]

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