Category Archives: Technology

Apna Desh, Apna Cloud – The Saga of Cloud of India

‘The cloud’, ‘cloud computing’, ‘cloud industry’, and more such terms – we have been reading them, hearing them and using them. But are ordinary users really aware of them, how they function, etc.? Unknowingly or knowingly, we all are using several email services, cloud storage services like Google Docs, DropBox, etc., and yet many ordinary… Read More »

 

Is Indian Cloud Industry Ready to Embrace the Era of 5G?

5G is a buzzword from quite a few months, and people are eagerly waiting for the same to come into the implementation. 5G will be entering into every business and especially into the businesses which require speed. Cloud data centers will be one such business to adopt and implement 5G in a quicker manner. Let us… Read More »

 

If you are a dog lover, you will love this piece of knowledge

Did You Know? eNlight WAF is a web application firewall that protects your web application from common web threats by making your application secure and always available. It is an intelligent Cloud-hosted Web Application Firewall which detects vulnerabilities and possible attacks on applications and allows you to create custom rules for blocking web attacks. With… Read More »

 

All you should know about Unified Payments Interface (UPI)

Unified Payments Interface Unified Payments Interface (UPI) is a trending payments system in India now-a-days, UPI is the fastest payments gateway and has been developed by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) regulated by Reserve Bank of India (RBI). UPI is completely built on the IMPS technology which enables a user to instantly transfer… Read More »

 

Micro-Services Architecture – Next Generation Application Architecture for Cloud Ready Applications – Part II

Next Generation Application Architecture for Cloud Ready Applications– Part II The upsurge in micro-services architecture and applications based on it has led to the development of platforms and frameworks that emphasise and foster this application development style. There is not a standard definition of micro-services architecture and nor there are standard guidelines to develop an… Read More »

 

Micro-Services Architecture – Next Generation Application Architecture for Cloud Ready Applications – Part I

Next Generation Application Architecture for Cloud Ready Applications – Part I Background Applications can resemble business, business function, process or anything that takes certain inputs and produces an output. Large business are based upon highly successful applications or services provided with those applications. They can either run an entire business or help with streamlining business… Read More »

 

Adherence to Standards

Adherence to Standards Policies, Regulations, Standards, Transparency & Compliance — These are necessary evils that help you run your business smoothly. You can even call Compliance as a Silver Lining that helps businesses flourish. Compliance can be defined as a tool that ensures that organizations are abiding by both industry regulations and government legislations. In… Read More »

 

All about Kubernetes

The use of containers has caused a paradigmatic shift in the way that software developers build and deploy programs. Kubernetes is an open source tool developed by Google to manage containers. The company used BORG software to manage about a billion deployments in its data centers across the world until the Kubernetes project was initiated… Read More »

 

Here’s why an IT organization is incomplete without DevOps

DevOps Generally, an approach to operations in IT industry is clearly defined. Service Delivery Life Cycle (SDLC) is followed wherein the development team develops a code, testing team tests it and the operations team manages the entire service delivery chain. These teams mostly remain isolated from each other and do not collaborate effectively. Such gaps… Read More »

 

A Look At Docker & Containers Technology

Docker & Containers Technology Virtualisation is the process of running virtual instances of computer systems, abstracted from the actual underlying hardware. You can have multiple Operating Systems (OS) running simultaneously on single hardware where each OS is a virtual instance isolated from other. These OSs are termed as virtual machines (VM) which can be stored… Read More »