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5 Pros and 5 Cons of the Lift and Shift Cloud Migration Model

It is important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of the lift and shift cloud database migration model as it pertains to your organization.

Pavan Konduru | January 28, 2020

6 Reasons Amazon Redshift Shines for Data Warehouse Clusters

In this blog, find out why Amazon Redshift is among the best solutions to consider for cost-effectively creating a cloud-based data warehouse.

Siva Thangavelu | January 13, 2020

AWS re:Invent 2019 Database Recap

There were new announcements at AWS re: Invent this year. This post talks about what’s new in the database world.

Siva Thangavelu | December 20, 2019

“You’re Who?” IAM Database Authentication

How to set up a database authentication for your database instance that works for MySQL & PostgreSQL managed by AWS.

Karthik Reddy | August 21, 2019

Building a Terraform Infrastructure

As a tool, terraform lets you build, change, and version your infrastructure efficiently and safely. New blog shows you key features, configuration and more.

Karthik Reddy | August 15, 2019

AWS RDS for Cloud Database

Data is the most valuable asset. New blogs makes the case for AWS RDS.

Siva Thangavelu | August 5, 2019

Finance & IT Couples Therapy Guideline #4: Decrease Emotional Avoidance

This is the penultimate blog post in our five-part series about how to improve relations between finance and IT.

Chuck Czajkowski | August 1, 2019

Maximum Uptime: DocumentDB Introduces MongoDB Compatibility to the Amazon Cloud

Discover why companies are so excited about AWS DocumentDB as well as how it compares to MongoDB. Get the details >

Charleste King | February 5, 2019

Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative’s Custom Migration to AWS Drives Cost Optimization and HIPAA Compliance

Moving healthcare operations to the cloud can be seamless. See how one company effortlessly made the move.

Eric Russo | January 24, 2019