What is Lift & Shift Migration to the Cloud? – An In-Depth Insight
This write-up is an in-depth insight into the Lift & Shift cloud migration strategy. It covers all the frequently asked questions about it such as What is Lift & Shift? When to consider this particular strategy amongst the other cloud migration strategies available when moving…
Twitter’s Migration to Google Cloud – An Architectural Insight
This is my second write-up on the infrastructure @Twitter. In the first, I delved into the database technologies leveraged by the social platform to store petabytes of data generated every single day. Twitter needs no introduction, it’s is one of the most popular social networks…
What Is an Instance In Cloud Computing? – A Thorough Guide
This write-up is a thorough insight into the Instances on the cloud. In the cloud computing universe, you hear the term all the time. Instances spinning up based on the demand, Instances going down. I’ll cover all the frequently asked questions on it such as…
A Super Helpful Guide to Understanding Workload & It’s Types in Cloud
This write-up is an in-depth insight into workloads. What are they? What does a workload really mean in the cloud computing universe? How are they classified? How many types of workloads are there? This article answers all your questions on it in detail, it walks…
What is Autoscaling? How Does It Work In the Cloud – Simply Explained
This write-up is an insight into auto-scaling in cloud computing. What is it? How does it work? Why do I even care about it? Why is it so important to my workload running on the cloud? This write-up answers all your questions in detail. So,…
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