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Going (Cloud) Native

Interoperability in computing environments is a repeating problem affecting multiple parts of an organization. When systems cannot communicate with one another, the result is slowdowns in every way, from technology performance (as data has to be converted from one system to another) to human processes (such as teams spending time in yet another meeting trying…

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Isilon: Richly Featured for Your Enterprise

In previous posts, I’ve discussed how scale-out storage needs to live up to its promise to scale out, in performance as well as capacity. Along with storage capacity and performance, enterprise-grade scale-out storage distinguishes itself with functionality. It’s a significant capital and resource investment, and the payback should be solving your storage problems, currently and…

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It’s All in the Details

Initial success or total failure. That was the motto Matthew J. Allen’s team lived by day in and day out. His team was responsible for decommissioning Improvised Explosive Devices (IED’s) during active wartime in Afghanistan. Allen and his Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) team were on call 24×7 to defuse IED’s as they were discovered to…

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New – VPC Endpoints for DynamoDB

by Randall Hunt | on 16 AUG 2017 | in Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon VPC | Permalink | |  Share Starting today Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Endpoints for Amazon DynamoDB are available in all public AWS regions. You can provision an endpoint right away using the AWS Management Console or the AWS Command Line Interface…

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Launch – AWS Glue Now Generally Available

Today we’re excited to announce the general availability of AWS Glue. Glue is a fully managed, serverless, and cloud-optimized extract, transform and load (ETL) service. Glue is different from other ETL services and platforms in a few very important ways. First, Glue is “serverless” – you don’t need to provision or manage any resources and…

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