Hybrid Cloud

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Cloud Monitoring and Management

Cloud monitoring and management are ways to keep track of and control the resources you’re using in the cloud. When you use cloud computing services, you’re essentially renting resources from a provider. This means that you’re not responsible for maintaining the physical infrastructure, but you are responsible for using the resources effectively and efficiently. Cloud …

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Load Balancing in Cloud Computing

In cloud computing, load balancing is a technique used to distribute incoming network traffic across multiple servers. The purpose of load balancing is to improve the availability and scalability of web applications by ensuring that no single server is overwhelmed by too much traffic. This helps to improve the performance and reliability of web applications …

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High Availability and Fault Tolerance

In cloud computing, high availability and fault tolerance are two critical concepts that ensure that your applications and data are always available and accessible. While these terms are often used interchangeably, they refer to different aspects of cloud computing. High Availability High availability is a measure of the system’s ability to remain operational and accessible, …

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Cloud Computing deployment models

Cloud computing has revolutionized the way organizations operate, offering unprecedented scalability, flexibility, and cost savings. One of the key decisions organizations need to make when adopting cloud computing is choosing the right deployment model. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the four primary deployment models for cloud computing and their advantages and disadvantages. Public cloud …

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