Data management is a highly time-consuming task for most companies, while it shouldn’t be. Today, several ‘Storage On-demand’ service providers offer managed cloud-based services by catering to your infrastructure requirements, managing backups, patching software, and automating general administrative tasks. Amazon Web Services (AWS), one of the leading cloud service providers,

If you are a technology leader or a software programmer, then at some point, you have come across the term SQL database. While going through various sources about SQL databases, choosing the right database for a particular situation demands a lot of research and knowledge about them. MariaDB, MySQL, and

Application Modernization is now a reality that cannot be ignored. Technology changes rapidly, and the cost of maintaining legacy applications continues to rise. Most organizations have an average of 15-20% of their budget tied up in legacy application maintenance costs. It’s not uncommon for this figure to be as high

Public cloud has revamped the way organizations manage their database operations. There are numerous cloud service providers in the cloud domain but AWS and Azure are the leading players. Both Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure are top options for deploying MS SQL Server databases among all the others. The market

The cloud has moved from a curiosity to a common IT destination. In fact, the cloud is now the default choice for data storage and application hosting. No longer just a place to outsource other organizations’ infrastructure, the cloud has become a first-class destination for deploying mission-critical applications of its

Cloud adoption is gaining pace with the advance of digital transformation. You may have heard of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) models that bring you applications through the internet. Disruptive technologies like blockchain, artificial intelligence, big data, VR/AR, and the Internet of Things (IoT) make businesses put on their thinking caps. Organization leaders

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