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IBM takes on tough task of deploying containers across clouds

The tech world is enamored of containers, new technology exemplified by fast-rising startup Docker that packages up applications in a resource-efficient and portable way. The advantage for businesses is that containers can run applications on less hardware and those applications can pull data from many sources. 613 more words


Billion dollar question: What gives with EMC?

The future of storage kingpin EMC and its federation of related companies is unclear to anyone except (perhaps) those in the EMC, VMware, and Elliott Management executive suites. 572 more words


Journey to ASP .NET MVC 5 (Episode 2)

Previous Episode: https://cuteprogramming.wordpress.com/2015/03/01/journey-to-asp-net-mvc-5/

I first said hi to ASP .NET MVC in the beginning of this year. On 28th January, I attended the .NET Developers Singapore meetup and listened to  2,521 more words


Out-innovating the innovators!

Apologies for the blatant and unapologetic brag but it’s not very often as an IT professional you get to claim that you were so far ahead of the innovation curve that you were out-innovating the innovators! 181 more words

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AWS Certification Appreciation Event

I attended the inaugural AWS Certification Appreciation Event in London last night.

The event was hosted at the swanky Mint Leaf Lounge in Angel Court, London and was attended by around 50-70 AWS certified professionals including AWS staff. 176 more words

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Harnessing Nature's Power: Amazon's Commitment to Pursuing Sustainability

When Amazon.com launched in 1995, it was only a website dedicated to selling books; but founder Jeff Bezos’ vision for an “everything store” pushed the company to become one of the biggest players in the e-commerce industry. 259 more words

AWS Web Services Support To Implement, Store And Manage Data On Cloud

Maximum business organizations that take cloud services find it hard to have a hassle-free cloud environment due to their inability to handle AWS support in a professional manner. 224 more words

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