Cloud Solutions

  • The Benefits of Oracle Cloud Compute in Relation to AWS

  • Mar 29, 2017
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been and is the undisputed king of the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market, and as of the end of December 2016, AWS is estimated to control an incredible 40% of the entire public IaaS market, according to the quarterly research conducted by the Synergy Research Group. AWS also leads…

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  • Oracle Database Cloud Service – On a Quest to Conquer the Cloud Market

  • Mar 29, 2017
  • Oracle, the database giant, has been making inroads into all aspects of the cloud market for the last few years, and its already existing lead in the database management services (DBMS) market has helped fuel its growth. The Oracle Database Cloud Service is built on its existing Database technology, and the service’s ease of use…

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  • What Are The Major Challenges Of Adopting A Hybrid Cloud Approach?

  • Jan 30, 2017
  • Using a hybrid cloud approach most definitely seems to be the way forward due to the benefits accrued by using private clouds and public clouds. Hybrid cloud computing is key to efficient management of a firm’s application workloads as different applications require a different platform. However, hybrid cloud does not come without its fair share…

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  • What are the Key Features of Oracle Compute Cloud Service?

  • Mar 6, 2017
  • Oracle Compute Cloud Service is an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloud solution that provides on-demand, rapidly scalable computing infrastructure and resources in the public cloud domain. The solution provided are secure, cost-effective, highly reliable, and you pay as you need. There are various IaaS offerings under this service such as Compute, Dedicated Compute, and SPARC Model 300….

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  • Why Is A Hybrid Cloud Approach The Best Approach To Cloud?

  • Dec 20, 2016
  • A hybrid approach to cloud incorporates the benefits of public cloud services, enterprise-controlled private clouds, and the once dominant dedicated hosting services. Hybrid approaches have been all the range in the last couple of years as enterprises can avail the advantages of each service while minimizing risk levels. With a hybrid cloud, an enterprise’s data…

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  • Amazon Web Services

  • Dec 20, 2016
  • Amazon Web Services Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most popular cloud computing services available today. AWS was launched in 2006 as a subsidiary of Amazon Inc. as an on-demand cloud computing platform. AWS provides a wide range of cloud computing infrastructure such as support for application interfaces, bandwidth allocation, and near unlimited…

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  • AWS vs. Oracle Cloud: Pricing

  • Nov 1, 2016
  • Amazon vs. Oracle Cloud: Virtual Machine Pricing   This is the second of a 4-post series comparing Amazon Web Services (AWS) vs. Oracle Cloud.  In this post, we look at the prices for virtual machines at each vendor.   Calculating Cloud Pricing: No Easy Fete Calculating how much Amazon cloud services cost is so difficult that…

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  • AWS vs. Oracle Cloud: SLA

  • Dec 6, 2016
  • This is the last of a 4-post blog series comparing Amazon Web Services (AWS) vs. Oracle Cloud. In this post, we discuss the Service-Level Agreement (SLA) provided by each vendor, and share key takeaways from the blog series.   Service Level Agreement Service Level Agreement (SLA) is an umbrella concept that some people tend to…

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  • Cloud Migration 101

  • Oct 28, 2016
  • Cloud computing is a commonly used term, especially in the tech world. Many Internet users regularly use cloud-computing services without knowing. Simply put, cloud computing is a technology that allows remote access to shared computing resources like servers, storage, and applications. This is made possible without interacting with the service provider. Through cloud computing you…

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  • AWS vs. Oracle Cloud: Interface

  • Nov 1, 2016
  • This is the third of a 4-post series comparing Amazon Web Services (AWS) vs. Oracle Cloud.  In this post, we compare the interfaces of each vendor. To write this review, we gave both Oracle and Amazon a trial run by signing up for accounts on both sites. Amazon has a graphical interface, as does Oracle.  And…

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