AWS Services in simple terms

  • September 15th, 2017
  • By Augustine Tom
  • Blog
  • Aws services in simple terms

      Introduction. Amazon Web Services is a cloud computing platform that provides customers with a wide array of cloud services. We can define AWS (Amazon Web Services) as a secured cloud services platform that offers compute power, database storage, content delivery and various other functionalities. To be more specific, it is a large bundle of […]

    Why Amazon SES is the best platform to do Email campaigns

  • September 14th, 2017
  • By Raseena Majeed
  • Blog
  • Introduction In these days, the main problem faced by marketer’s is the Bounces and Complaints while sending mails. Where SES helps you to analyze complaint emails and bounces. These issues are mainly caused by attempting to send to a non-existent recipient; complaints arise when the recipient indicates that they do not want to receive your […]

    The Ultimate Guide For Apache Hadoop

  • September 12th, 2017
  • By Raseena Majeed
  • Blog
  • Apache Hadoop

    INTRODUCTION According to the report done by the EMC Corporation, we are living in the information explosion era. What does it mean? Well, the world’s data used to double every century, but now, it doubles every two years. This explosion is driven by the Internet of Things, by mobile devices, and our ability to generate […]

    How To Deploy High Available application using Elastic Beanstalk

  • August 18th, 2017
  • By hanley
  • Blog
  • aws-Elastic -bean-stalk

    Introduction to Elastic beanstalk Elastic Beanstalk is a orchestration service which uses platform-as-a-service model to integrate multiple AWS services for application deployment and management. The services that beanstalk integrates are EC2, S3, ELB with Auto-scaling,Cloudwatch . Elastic Beanstalk supports Ruby, php , Python, .NET, Java, Node.js applications and Webservers such as Apache, IIS.  We have options […]

    Internet Bug Bounty Raises New Funding to Improve Open-Source Security

  • August 11th, 2017
  • By Sreerenjini Menon
  • Blog
  • internet-bug-bounty - Ideamine

      The Internet is a minefield, with new and advanced threats casting a fearful specter of deep trouble. With the recent WannaCry ransomware attacks on computing systems all over the world, the danger is real and alarming. It seems that any security measure just isn’t enough, and open-source software is quite the playground for malicious […]

    Need For Cloud Infrastructure In Government Services

  • August 4th, 2017
  • By Sreerenjini Menon
  • Blog
  • Need for Cliud in government services

      While the government has made great strides in technology to ensure faster processing of applications, things are still not always user-friendly. The recent confusion and queuing up at physical centers for the mandatory PAN-Aadhaar linking is proof of that. People face a lot of inconveniences since official websites hang up or return strange results […]

    How to Protect Dynamic web contents against DDoS attack using Route 53, CloudFront ,WAF and AWS shield

  • July 31st, 2017
  • By Aneesh Prasad
  • Blog
  • DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) specifically means an attack that is aimed at disrupting a service say for example an apache serving website. This is planned and the main goal would be to make the website unavailable to the end users. These attacks are carried by a large cluster of devices like pc, phones etc […]

    Petya Ransomware Attack ; What is it and How to Stay Safe?

  • June 30th, 2017
  • By Sreerenjini Menon
  • Blog
  • petya - Ideamine

    Ransomware literally is a nightmare for the computer users. An average computer user didn’t know about ransomware until WannaCry had taken down many networks. As the sparks created by WannaCry settle down, another one raised its head, affecting the governmental networks in Ukraine. Petya, as the computer experts call the new threat, already found its […]

    How Azure Delivers Exceptional Streaming Experience to It’s Global Customers?

  • April 17th, 2017
  • By Amal S
  • Blog
  • azure web services

    The need of integrating multiple technologies which are often incompatible, and the requirement of huge investment in infrastructure, expertise were the challenges involved in the streaming of media files on different platforms. Being a popular cloud platform, Azure abolishes the deadlocks of media streaming. It allows the developers to build cost-effective media solutions that could […]

    All you Need to Know about Hyper-V technology

  • April 5th, 2017
  • By Amal S
  • Blog
  • Microsoft’s Hyper-V technology is evolved out of the virtualization concept which was developed in-between 1960 to 1990. In virtualization, a virtual version is created for an IT environment, and it constitutes operating systems, storage devices, etc. Even though the term ‘virtualization’ was in use from the 1960s itself, there were no personal computers at that […]

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