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4 Ways Graviton Processors Make the Cloud Journey Better

17 May
By: ClearScale
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By Vyacheslav Gorlov Senior Solutions Architect, ClearScale Server processors power all the cloud services, and Intel and AMD have long dominated this market. Slowly, however, other companies started making inroads ─ including Amazon Web Services (AWS) with its Graviton processors. That’s why it was big news earlier this year when AWS announced it was adding to its family of Graviton2-powered Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) instances. It signifies that AWS is making a strong commitment to its custom-built, Arm-based Graviton server

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Container Security Risks and Remedies

06 May
By: ClearScale
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Container technology is considered by many in the IT industry as the go-to strategy for virtualization. Like most technologies, however, containers have security risks. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a guide that identifies many of those risks and offers recommendations for mitigating them. While the guide doesn’t solve all the potential problems associated with containerization, it does provide a good starting point. In this post, we discuss the NIST’s take on some of the

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5 Key Benefits of Moving Windows Workloads to AWS

02 Mar
By: ClearScale
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Today, there are numerous advantages to migrating and modernizing Microsoft Windows workloads on the cloud. Companies that plan ahead and execute well can improve performance significantly while also reducing costs and overhead. In addition, industry-leading public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) now offer a multitude of fully managed solutions and tools to help organizations elevate their IT. In other words, companies are running out of reasons to stick with legacy tech. Below, we describe the top five benefits

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Leveraging AWS to Deploy a Medical Web Portal for Research and Collaboration

02 Feb
By: ClearScale
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In order to best serve their patients, medical professionals must collaborate and confer with colleagues around the world on how to best approach complex medical issues. With the advent of technology, methods of sharing information with peers in a digital format have led to an enhanced ability for collaboration — not within a small regional area but across the world. Doing so, however, requires the highest possible quality of medical images as well as the ability to store them in

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