Thursday, September 29, 2016

Navigating Public Cloud Compliance in Singapore: Regulations to consider when moving to a cloud environment

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With heavy regulations surrounding financial services institutions (FSIs) in Singapore, the industry’s adoption of the public cloud has started off slowly. To make the transition to the public cloud less overwhelming, FSIs should start by focusing on a few main areas of compliance.

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Cheers to 76 Years of Cloud Computing

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The very first cloud computing demonstration took place in September of 1940, meaning the cloud just celebrated its 76th birthday. To celebrate 76 years of cloud technology, let’s take a look back at the technology’s beginnings, and how far it has come.

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Client Spotlight: Developing Higher Efficiency with Lower Cost for Trulia

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Trulia had a prediction workflow that was recently migrated from an on-premises data center to Amazon’s Elastic Map Reduce. The workflow faced nondeterministic execution errors that were hard to troubleshoot and resulted in performance challenges. In order to overcome these challenges, Trulia turned to Datapipe.

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5in15 Webinar: How Can We Help SaaS Providers Serve the U.S. Government

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Government agencies need reliability and flexibility to meet the stringent security standards under which they operate. In this 5in15 Webinar, Dan Tudahl, President and General Manager, Datapipe Government Solutions, discusses how Datapipe can help Software as a Service Providers (SaaS) meet the unique needs of the U.S. Government.

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Understanding the Basics of Apache Cassandra

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The Cassandra Summit is a conference for those who are looking to learn more about adopting DataStax’s Apache Cassandra, the scalable NoSQL database that powers global businesses like Spotify, Netflix, and Apple. Couldn’t make it out to San Jose for the conference this year? We’ll fill you in.

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Thoughts From VMworld 2016, Part Two

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Last week, we talked about Day 1 of VMworld and VMware’s focus on partners and its increased investment in the community. Today, I want to dive into my main takeaways from the remaining days of the event.

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Thoughts From VMworld 2016

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As a longtime VMware certified partner, Datapipe attended this year’s VMworld looking forward to learning about the latest cloud technology and virtualization innovations. I wanted to share some of the main themes and strategic service innovations, from my point of view, that were covered at VMworld. To start, VMware provided some interesting perspective: In 2006, they stated that 98% of …

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Cloud in Europe is on the Rise

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In case you missed it, we recently acquired UK Managed Cloud Services provider and Advanced AWS consulting partner, Adapt, which will increase our scale and service capabilities in the United Kingdom and provide Adapt clients with access to the broader European market as well as Asia and North America.

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Common DDoS Attacks and How to Mitigate Them with AWS

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Unfortunately, not everyone on the Internet is using it for good. There are bad actors – typically automated processes that can harm your systems, like content scrapers and bots – whose main goal is to access and misuse content. These bad actors can lead to distributed denial of services (DDoS) attacks on your infrastructure.

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