AWS S3 is quite literally the oldest AWS service, having come out March 14, 2006, and it was the first generally available service on the AWS platform. Since its release, we’ve seen S3 continue to be a major core service used by nearly every AWS customer we’ve worked...
The endless benefits that come with a transition to the cloud are hard for any organization to resist. When considering the cloud’s advantages, like huge savings (up to 25% in cost savings according to CIO), improved security, performance, and...
Enterprises are producing a staggering amount of data every day. Disparate data sources, lack of access, and complex data integration challenges can prevent organizations from fully utilizing data they collect. As data continues to grow, these issues compound. A data...
When you read my earlier blogs on Netezza “Netezza is making a comeback”, “Netezza is extending its comeback” or “Netezza and Data Platform Workloads Understood” you will understand that Netezza is one of the simplest, most cost effective, and stable tools in the data...
Many organizations have started their journey to migrate their monolithic legacy systems to container-based microservices deployed in hybrid cloud environments. While this shift is creating new opportunities in performance, development speed, scale and cost...
The cloud holds enormous potential for flexible, inexpensive data storage and information availability. Multicloud computing has helped move data out of on-premise hard drives and into convenient silos. But what does multicloud look like in the new era? Multicloud...
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