I have recently been approached by several potential clients about doing various work to help them migrate to the Cloud. Everything was good until they asked for a control panel such as Plesk or cPanels . They were determined to have some type of web based control panel for their cloud systems. I’m completely baffled
A while back when I was starting this blog I was searching for a way to mitigate the possibilities of a DDOS or other attack against my site. Now this is a small site running on a pair of virtual machines, so it would not take much to knock it off the net. A friend
We continue our Cloud provider information with Amazon Web Services Breakdown. Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) – The basic building block of Amazon’s Cloud, Virtual machines that comes in various RAM and CPU sizes. They have 10 OS’s including RedHat Enterprise Linux, OpenSolaris, SUSE enterprise and Windows 2008 ready to use. Not to mention you can
Rackspace Cloud Breakdown is the first in a series of breakdown articles on various cloud providers. Cloud Servers- This is the most commonly understood part of Rackspace’s cloud. Consisting of large clusters of virtual machines that can be purchases and spun up within a couple of minutes. Servers sized are determined by RAM amount purchased.
Before I can start to explain how you can leverage the Cloud. I need to ensure everyone understands the offerings of the major players. So I will start with a Cloud Provider Breakdown. Once you understand the pros and cons of each you can make better educated decisions about where your business should go. Over