Category: IaaS and PaaS

IaaS and PaaS
PaaS, Containers and CaaS – use cases

What’s the difference between PaaS and containers? A PaaS is typically a suite of cloud-based applications that organizations can use to accomplish specific sets of tasks. PaaS is most often associated with software development tasks

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IaaS and PaaS
Kubernetes and Infrastructure as Code

It is best to use a managed Kubernetes service.  EKS in AWS or similar would be preferable for most companies, given the inherent cost and complexity in trying to manage Kubernetes clusters and nodes yourself. 

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Application Transformation
API LifeCycle Management, a summary

API and REST standards allowed an easier exchange of data and system connectivity.  This has propelled the rise of containers, and Kubernetes, in which applications are broken down into smaller services.  REST APIs are one

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IaaS and PaaS
iCaaS and APIs – System Integration

iCaaS or Integration Capability as a Service For large enterprises, integrating platforms is time-consuming and difficult.  Usually APIs are used based on REST, and whilst effective, the APIs need to be created, managed, documented and

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data centre cloud
IaaS and PaaS
Cloud Infrastructure & Data Center Architecture

The Cloud infrastructure is built on Servers, SAN and VM.  Cloud vendors will deploy largely similar infrastructure in order to facilitate Cloud deployments and scalability.  This could include hardware federation and federating VMs.  A very

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