Posted in AWS, Cloud Computing

Top 10 cloud computing uses and example

Cloud computing is a foundation and programming model that empowers pervasive access to shared pools of capacity, systems, servers, and applications.

This makes most extreme speed and unwavering quality. AWS training offers solid, versatile, and reasonable distributed computing administrations.Be that as it may, the best advantage is its simplicity of establishment, low support, and versatility. Along these lines, it develops with your requirements. Continue reading “Top 10 cloud computing uses and example”

Posted in AWS, Cloud Computing

5 Reasons Why Startups Should Consider Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is by a long shot the most hyperbolic innovation of the most recent decade that has re-imagined the manner in which organizations contend in this day and age. In the least complex of terms, the Cloud offers a clever, multi-reason and adaptable option in contrast to neighborhood stockpiling by enabling your business to access and store your data on an outside stage.

The cloud facilitating and processing patterns have been an aid for some organizations by offering incredible adaptability and versatility, particularly for new companies. The innovation has helped the new companies to push their predicament upwards to coordinate the pace of huge names in the business regarding innovation.  AWS Certification is a program intended to furnish your startups with the assets you have to begin on AWS. Continue reading “5 Reasons Why Startups Should Consider Cloud Computing”

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Serverless Computing: Its advantages and limitations

Serverless architecture significantly depends on third-party services or on custom codes that runs in ephemeral containers, the best known vendor host is AWS Lambda.

After the inclusion of AWS Lambda in 2014 by Amazon, “serverless” gained a huge repute in the industry. This let the firm witnessing a brisk thrive in terms vendors entering the new market with their own solutions. The gaining popularity of Serverless computing prevailed for long because the businesses that access the technology does not have to rent or provision servers for the back-end code to run. Continue reading “Serverless Computing: Its advantages and limitations”

Posted in Microsoft, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure

How to Scale Queries Using Azure Stream Analytics

Learn how to scale queries using Streaming Units and partitions in this tutorial by Krishnaswamy Venkataraman, a big data and cloud architect.

In a traditional static data scenario, a query can be executed against a fixed data set and results will be available after a known interval. On the other hand, with a streaming data scenario involving constant changes to a dataset, the queries will run for a longer duration or might not even complete.

Additionally, a constant stream of data will increase the volume of the data, and the query might drain the working memory. One way to draw a data boundary is through the context of time. For example, with a streaming dataset, you can specify a data boundary that resides within the start and end time. This will restrict the query execution between known boundaries. There are two types of timing constraints you can use to set time boundaries for the streaming data, application and arrival time.

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Posted in Cloud Computing

How Are Social Media Metrics Important for A Budding Business?

If you use any standard social network checker to view the performance of your business, you will see a range of scores. The scores show the several ways in which your site performs on social media. Although distinct from organic search engine results, social media metrics are important for any business. For example, the scores normally indicate how well a business is doing concerning getting new clients. also, the way you perform on social media platforms has a direct influence on your overall SEO performance. For small businesses, the issue of social media metrics is critical. The following is a brief discussion of how social media metrics are important for a budding business.

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Posted in BIG Data, Cloud Computing

How to Analyze Big Data with Hadoop

Learn how to perform data analysis using Hadoop and Python packages in this tutorial by Sridhar Alla, a big data expert and the author of Big Data Analytics with Hadoop 3.

Data analytics is the process of applying qualitative and quantitative techniques when examining data, with the goal of providing valuable insights.

In this article, you will analyze big data using Hadoop and Python packages. For this, you will need to perform a basic Python installation, Anaconda installation, and you will need to set up Jupyter Notebook with the Python interpreter to perform data analysis. Additionally, you can find the necessary files for this article here.

First, download OnlineRetail.csv from the link. Now, you can load the file using Pandas.

The following is a simple way of reading a local file using Pandas:

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Posted in Cloud Computing

8 Questions Accounting Firms Should Ask when Evaluating a Cloud Provider

If you’re considering bringing a Reckon APS or MYOB desktop and its supporting applications to the cloud, you’re likely already aware of the benefits of cloud hosting and virtual workspaces. A fully managed infrastructure with all your data and applications is more secure, and it saves time. You’ll no longer need to worry about time-consuming factors like software updates and IT maintenance. And of course, the ability for employees to work anywhere at any time using any device will drastically improve employee productivity.

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