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The Best of the Week (Sept 5): Cloud Zone

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The Best of the Week (Sept 5): Cloud Zone

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Insight into the right steps to take for migrating workloads to public cloud and successfully reducing cost as a result. Read the Guide.

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (Sept 5 to Sept 12). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. Important Concepts of Cloud Computing Middleware Architecture

There are several cloud computing middleware solutions on the market today, and they vary based on functionality. Cloud computing continues to evolve as a vital computing platform for sharing various resources, including infrastructure, software, business processes and applications.

2. Be Sure With Azure (.NET): Blob Storage

Are you looking at utilizing Microsoft Azure for your next application, or just overwhelmed with all the options and services provided by Microsoft Azure? In this first article we will be looking at Azure Blob Storage in-depth, best practices, pitfalls to avoid and of course a healthy does of security.

3. Web Based SSH Access your OpenShift Applications

I recently came across KeyBox, a SSH console for applications in an OpenShift Domain. It is completely web-based, and by far cooler: the client is completely written in JavaScriptconnecting to JSch (Java implementation of SSH2) running as a web-application on the JBoss Enterprise Web Server (EWS 2.0).

4. Introduction to Docker and Kubernetes on Azure

There has been much interest recently in the use of microservices to architect large-scale services. Microservices are predicated on the idea of deploying individual applications each of which provides a single service, and linking these microservices together to create a large-scale service.

5. OpenStack Ceilometer and the Gnocchi Experiment

A little more than 2 years ago, the Ceilometer project was launched inside the OpenStack ecosystem. Its main objective was to measure OpenStack cloud platforms in order to provide data and mechanisms for functionalities such as billing, alarming or capacity planning.

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