Here are some more excellent apps to take a look at!10 best security apps for Android that aren’t antivirus apps When you Google Search the term security apps, you get a ton of antivirus and anti-malware app listings. Unfortunately, that's a very narrow view of what's out there. There are tons of apps that can …10 best Android file explorer apps, file browser apps, and file manager apps File manager apps are among the most important apps on your device. With them, you can browse your files, find your downloads, manage your storage space, move things around, and a lot more. Not everyone … Amazon DrivePrice: Free app / $12 per year / $60 per yearDOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYAmazon Drive is a good start for anyone who uses Amazon Prime. Those with Amazon Prime will already get 5GB of free storage along with unlimited backup for photos and videos. You can upgrade to unlimited storage for about $60 per year. You can also use it if you don’t have Amazon Prime but the 5GB of … [Read more...] about 10 best cloud storage services and apps for Android of 2018!
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By Sourabh / January 13, 2014 Category: Cloud Computing Cloud Computing Trends for 2014 by Leading IT Companies: IDC, NetApp, Forrester, Rackspace & Red Hat IDC “Value will start to migrate “up the stack”, from infrastructure as a service (IaaS) to platform as a service (PaaS) and from generic PaaS to data-optimized PaaS. The latter will be most evident as Amazon Web Services rolls out an avalanche of platform-as-a-service offerings for developers and higher value services for businesses. This will force incumbent IT suppliers – the companies that won market leadership in the 2nd Platform era (pre-mobile, big data, cloud) – to urgently reconfigure themselves to fight for position in the 3rd Platform (mobile, big data, cloud) marketplace. Joining them in the fight will be Google, which will realize it is at risk of being boxed out of a market where it should be vying for leadership.” – Frank Gens, senior vice president and chief … [Read more...] about Cloud Computing Trends for 2014 by Leading IT Companies: IDC, NetApp, Forrester, Rackspace & Red Hat
By Sourabh / February 11, 2014 Category: Cloud Computing, Technology Cloud computing is not a new concept. We have been using Cloud Computing for ages, in one form or other. In simple words, you can presume Cloud to be a very large server on which different services and data are stored and you access all those for your work. The software and data that you access for your work doesn’t exist on your computer instead it’s on the server. This concept of using services not stored on your system is called Cloud Computing. What is Cloud Computing? Free Download PDF E-Book Cloud Computing is not an object in itself, rather it comprises services and database that are accessed via web or any private network. Key Cloud Computing providers: IBM, HP, Google, Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Salesforce.com, NetSuite, VMware etc. Examples of Cloud Computing services includes Google Docs, Office 365, DropBox, SkyDrive etc. Types of Cloud Computing Cloud Computing is composed of … [Read more...] about What is Cloud Computing, Basic of Cloud Computing (PDF): Free Download
Linkerd is a transparent service mesh, designed to make modern applications safe and sane by transparently adding service discovery, load balancing, failure handling, instrumentation, and routing to all inter-service communication. Linkerd acts as a transparent HTTP/gRPC/Thrift/Etc proxy, and can usually be dropped into existing applications with a minimum of configuration, regardless of what language they’re written in. It works with many common protocols and service discovery backends, including scheduled environments like Mesos and Kubernetes. — Martin Heller … [Read more...] about Best of open source: The best cloud computing software
The cloud has been a boon for many companies, enabling CIOs to turn off servers or even shutter data centers. CIOs rent processing power, storage and other tools from a mix of vendors in a quickly growing market. But a small contingent of IT leaders is looking to a more efficient way to rent computing horsepower. Rather than take on the often onerous obligations of designing and managing cloud architecture, they are going “serverless.”With serverless computing, cloud instances are no longer allocated, only to sit idle until called upon to fuel applications and other functions. Rather, resources are provisioned only when a specific event occurs. A textbook example of event-based computing is the internet of things (IoT), with sensor-based devices reacting to triggers on the fly. And when a user accesses a mobile app from his or her smartphone — an event — virtual machines in the cloud retrieve and serve up the information.New York Times CTO Nick Rockwell is … [Read more...] about Serverless: The future of cloud computing?