What is cloud scaling?

Cloud scaling refers to the process of adding or removing the cloud computing resources as per the requirements of the user. Cloud infrastructure and platforms are priced on a utility model, i.e. the user is billed for the used resources at a very granular and level. This enables cloud services, systems, and application to be […]

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Windows Azure: Migration Scenarios For The Cloud

This week we begin a mini-series on the migration of applications to the Windows Azure platform. How about that? A recurring question in sessions about cloud computing is just about scenarios in existing on-premise and as we migrate to the cloud services. What can we migrate? Layers that we enjoy? What is the architecture more […]

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Installing a LAMP server

This post is intended for programmers developing projects with PHP but have not been encouraged to install GNU / Linux. Not to lose focus on what we need, conserve resources and minimize the administration, we always recommend a minimal installation of Debian and then we’ll install the rest. After installing the operating system to install […]

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WAMP vs LAMP

No one can doubt that there has been an increasing demand for the use of PHP in recent years. If it is something we love, those who promulgate the use of free software, many developers can not come off with investments for window and finish with installing WAMP servers. That can enumerate advantages with Apache […]

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Key Features of eNlight Cloud!

Summary: What keeps eNlight Cloud Computing on topmost? eNlight is a Cloud Service that is easy to use and easy to set-up if you understand its many facets and features. 1. Unconstrained Resources – eNlight cloud virtual server has virtually unlimited resources because of the architecture of the Cloud Environment. Whilst you can purchase a […]

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