Category: Amazon Web Services

AWS' backup and restore feature, launched for a native SQL Server last July, has made it easy to migrate a SQL Server database to Amazon RDS.

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How do Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud compare in the important areas of big data analysis, data visualization and machine learning?

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Comparing the pricing structures, options and discounts for three major cloud database hosts: Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.

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This blog post explains how to use AWS CloudFormation Template and what to expect when you're moving SharePoint Server 2016 to Amazon Web Services.

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Are you looking at moving your SharePoint Server environment to AWS? Here are some suggestions for running a hybrid environment using SharePoint on AWS.

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MongoDB has finally entered cloud computing with its latest Database-as-a-service software — MongoDB Atlas.

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The effects of the cloud partner integration with Docker on its uses and applications and what this means for DBAs.

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We compare Amazon RDS and Microsoft Azure SQL Databases. Cloud-based computing holds promise for businesses that no longer need to own and maintain costly fixed-hardware assets.

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What is Amazon Web Services? Amazon Web Services (AWS) allows you to add and remove computing services on demand.  You pay for only what you use.  There are no contracts and no fees other than usage charges.  It works exactly...

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Here’s a great article on database security in the cloud published in eWeek by Slavik Markovich, founder of Sentrigo. The truth is, Slavik’s article has great advice for anyone considering hosting their application with any third-party provider.  When you don’t...

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