Funnily enough, the hardest part working with multi-cloud providers has been remembering the names of the services and what is the equivalent across each of the cloud providers.
These mappings help me when jumping between the different cloud providers, and therefore are a great reference point.
I hope this helps you to be able to link your knowledge across the different cloud providers, making it easier in your conversations, study and work.
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Anyone who knows me knows this is a passion of mine.
Everyone I know on a Cloud Certification Journey has or has had a very personal and different journey.
Each person having different motivations that drive them for the certifications, whether that is:
- for career recognition and progression
- learning and growing their knowledge
- or to simply have badges of honor
Each drive varies the pursuit plan and ultimately the outcome.
Let’s explore this further.
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Working in the IT industry, many of my friends and family approach me when it comes to anything “computer” related, due to them having very little knowledge about IT in general with one of the most mysterious topics for them being the Cloud.
They often hear terms like, “it is in the cloud“, or they own devices like an iPhones and find themselves receiving messages that their “cloud storage is almost full“.
In reality this can be confusing when they don’t really know what that means or what they should do.
This post is to help people understand the Cloud, clarifying certain terminology and hopefully take away the mystery that surrounds the Cloud.
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2020 has been a challenging year for many people and many reasons.
However, if we focus in on the cloud and cloud training, it has been a noteworthy year.
Many cloud training providers have provided free content to help those that have been impacted due to COVID-19. While others have simply provided free content to help the wider community. It has been inspiring to see the cloud leaders and community gather together and support one another.
Cloud solutions are continuing to grow at a rapid rate. Cloud Providers like Amazon (AWS), Google (Google Cloud), and Microsoft (Azure) have been continuing to advance and providing leading cloud platforms in the industry.
There are other available platforms such as Red Hat, VMWare, Rackspace, and others that offer platforms or specialised platforms as well.
So with all of these platforms available, there is a strong and rapidly growing need for qualified and educated employees.
Continue reading Best Cloud Training Providers for 2020
In my journey of acquiring certifications, I have been introduced too many different and fantastic study materials.
These study materials have not only helped me in acquiring my certifications, but they have also helped me to cement the knowledge that I have acquired and to be able to confidently apply it in the real world.
I hope these study materials will also help in serving you.
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Before we delve into why all cloud providers need a CDK.
If you are working with Cloud Infrastructure, you will most likely be aware of the various different services, tooling and frameworks available to support the provisioning of your cloud infrastructure.
With that being said I would like to explain the benefits that a Cloud Development Kit (CDK) brings, and highlight why it would be an advantage for all cloud providers to support this approach and provide the relevant services, tooling and frameworks.
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Let’s face it when it come to cloud costs and savings we all get excited, especially if the benefits require minimal effort to achieve.
Through the variety of Cloud providers available, hosting solutions in the Cloud not only provides fantastic flexibility, reliability and scalability, it also provides a cheaper costing model then maintaining the same solution in a datacenter over time and if used effectively.
That being said here are several proven ways you can effectively optimise and reduce your cloud costs, where I will help you identify these optimisations so you can benefit and enjoy the savings.
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Organizations are utilising cloud solutions at a rapid growth rate. Cloud Providers like Amazon (AWS), Google (Google Cloud), and Microsoft (Azure) have been taking advantage by providing some of the leading cloud platforms in the industry.
There are other available platforms such as Red Hat, VMWare, Rackspace, and others that offer platforms or specialised platforms as well. So with all of these platforms available, there is a strong and rapidly growing need for qualified and educated employees.
Continue reading Best Cloud Training Providers for 2019
Data protection is critical within any business and data has a lot of value. Loss of data can be detrimental to both the business holding the data and the individual who’s data has been compromised resulting in drastic consequences. Loss of data is a breach of both privacy and security and with data storage being so cheap, it has expanded massively in volume. While data breaches of sensitive data have been occurring for a long time, they have been becoming more frequent.
Continue reading Why I don’t think Googles Data Loss Prevention API is ready for use with images