Tag Archives: Cloud Computing

Protecting Data Between Services

I saw an announcement this week that Microsoft is shutting down their HealthVault service, where someone might have chosen to store their medical records in a way that it could be shared with health professionals, but an individual could maintain … Continue reading

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Cloud Native

The cloud is an amorphous thing that isn’t well defined, but we do know that there are various types of services (IaaS, PaaS, Saas) that many of the cloud vendors offer. While IaaS is the easiest platform on which to … Continue reading

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Cloud Backup

I think that backup and restore are the most critical things for any database professional to master. Whether you’re a professional DBA, a developer setting up a system, or a seasoned DBA, I would argue having your data safe is … Continue reading

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The Hybrid Cloud

When various vendors started to push the idea of using the cloud for computing infrastructure, the focus was on moving all your systems to a hosted solution. It didn’t matter if you were interested in IaaS, SaaS, or PaaS solutions, … Continue reading

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