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Surprise! The cost of cloud is about to rise

Companies spoiled by round after round of price cuts on cloud computing services over the past year or so had better gird themselves for change. 530 more words

Tech

Azure and DevOps: Part1

Microsoft Azure is under constant development. At the time of writing, tons of new features
are being added to it. In this post, we will discuss some of Azure’s exciting new features… 817 more words

Cloud Computing

IoT System Info Sources

Here are some of the most useful sources of information on Internet-of-Things (IoT) systems that I’ve run across in 2014 and 2015. When reading this, please keep in mind the key points made in my blog article “ 1,479 more words

Architecture

My new certification: MCSD - Azure Solutions Architect … or why I re-focus

Normally I do not blog about certifications I earned, but this one is somewhat special. The IT industry is transitioning, going through huge changes and the term “cloud” is in everyone’s head. 252 more words

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Hello world! I am starting a blog related with Cloud Technologies

I am starting a blog related with cloud technologies.I am enthusiast for all the new technologies like cloud IoT , Analytics etc

I will try to explain in simple terms and will provide screen shot in most of the cases. 17 more words

Azure

How to install Azure AADConnect and upgrade from Beta version

Last week I blogged on the news from Alex Simons that Azure AADConnect tool is now GA.

Let’s assume you have installed AADConnect Beta in production (not officially supported). 320 more words

Data Warehousing の調査: あの Bob Muglia が率いる Snowflake が、Azure と AWS にガチンコ勝負を挑む

Cloud-based Data Warehousing: Snowflake, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Redshift

Dick Weisinger – June 25th, 2015

http://formtek.com/blog/cloud-based-data-warehouse-snowflake-microsoft-azure-and-amazon-redshift/

Data warehousing traditionally required a company to extract and download huge volumes of data from various business software systems into a central repository for analysis.   224 more words

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