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Migrating Microsoft Workloads with AWS and ClearScale

01 Jul
By: ClearScale

Cloud adoption statistics are high, indicating that companies are continuing to move to the cloud. But that doesn’t mean your company should jump on the cloud bandwagon — at least not without the right strategy and assistance. It’s one thing to implement software-as-a-service (SaaS) or a cloud-first strategy for new systems. It’s an entirely different ball game when it comes to moving enterprise systems to the cloud — particularly legacy systems and those that require high availability. Not all

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Multi-location Access in AWS for Highly Available SAP Applications

08 Apr
By: ClearScale

Research and development (R&D) at most companies is a collaborative process. It requires working with and analyzing large amounts of data, often by teams spread out across multiple geographies and time zones. In many cases, companies rely on enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications to help them integrate and visualize the entire R&D process from idea to production. It’s essential for both the data and applications to always be accessible, secure and free from corruption or

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Application Development and Operations Under One Roof

27 Oct
By: ClearScale

I have always seen a huge disconnect between development and operations when it comes to building and deploying applications. It’s typical for an application to be built on a single development server and to be handed off to operations to be deployed on a distributed cloud system with numerous servers, load balancers and cloud storage. Operations are then expected to hack things together to make the application run on a distributed cloud system. There is usually no time to

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Latest Amazon Outage and Designing for Failure

09 Aug
By: ClearScale

Folks, I am getting really tired of people bashing the cloud by saying things like “Amazon’s outage in third day: debate over cloud computing’s future begins”. People need to understand that the cloud is not some magical place you put your applications into and never have to worry ever again. There are always a bunch of servers in racks somewhere or some power lines going to the data center, and there is always a driver that can run

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