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Srinivasan Sundara Rajan

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Cloud Native Applications As the cloud becomes more of the norm as part of enterprise computing, enterprises now have to deal with the issue of how to ensure that applications effectively use the attributes of cloud. There are monolithic applications from the previous era that are continuing to be migrated to the cloud using a lift and shift approach. With minimal changes, they do benefit from certain attributes of cloud like availability and management, but there is also a new set of application architecture emerging, namely the ‘cloud native applications.' A cloud native application is designed to take the best advantage of its deployment to a cloud platform. By adopting cloud native applications they improve their agility in the way they build, deploy and manage their applications. The design patterns of the existing application architecture don't fully support... (more)

Amazon EC2 as a Business Continuity Platform

Elastic Compute Cloud Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service that enables you to launch and manage Linux/UNIX and Windows server instances in Amazon's data centers. What makes Amazon EC2 different is that you use only the capacity that you need. This eliminates your need to make large and expensive hardware purchases, reduces the need to forecast traffic, and enables you to immediately deal with changes in requirements or spikes in popularity related to your application or service. EC2 comes under the category of IaaS (Infrastructure As A Service) and provid... (more)

Machine Learning - Azure vs AWS By @SrinivasanSunda | @CloudExpo #IoT #Cloud

Machine Learning - Azure vs AWS Machine Learning, which is a process to predict future patterns and incidents based on the models created out of past data, is definitely the most important part of the success of the Internet of Things in the enterprise and consumer space. The main reason is that without machine learning the entire backbone of the Internet of Things - event acquisition, event processing , event storage and event reporting - is merely a live display of events happening elsewhere and will not provide any value to its consumers. Think of a smart monitor in an oil we... (more)

PaaS: Is OLAP a Candidate for Cloud

Ever Since E.F. Codd  Coined the term  OLAP (Online Analytical Processing) it has gained high popularity in enterprise computing, in simple terms  OLAP  is  synonymous  with concepts, tools that make Data Ware House data easily accessible. OLAP enables analysts, managers, and executives gain insight into data through fast, consistent, interactive access to a wide variety of possible views of information.  They also answer the Who ? and What ? and What if ? questions on the data. The key attributes of the OLAP are Multidimensional views of data Calculation intensive capabilities ... (more)

Database.com versus Oracle

Cloud Database as a Platform from Salesforce Cloud Computing adoption definitely  gets a boost with yet another offering of Database as a Service (DaaS) with the Database.com offering from Salesforce. This will  compliment  the Relational Cloud Offering from Microsoft SQLAzure and Amazon RDS. With SQLAzure being a 100% Microsoft centric cloud solution and Amazon RDS built on MySQL, naturally the salesforce  cloud database will be looked as an viable alternative for  cloud consumers who wanted to implement a Oracle Like solution  as a DaaS. So potentially Database.com will be look... (more)