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History of Cloud Computing: Pet vs Cattle Concept

‘Pets vs Cattle Concept’ is a bizarre analogical term that we use in the technical world to teach the history of Cloud Computing. This terminology was first introduced as a meme but it is now utilised as a model to explain the concept of cloud computing. In...

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Disaster Recovery in AWS

In today's modern world, any business can be subject to disruption. Business continuity depends on the efficient and uninterrupted flow of data across the organization. Even a simple interruption in the flow of data can be the cause for the loss of thousands of...

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Genese at CAN InfoTech 2019 – Day 2

We strive to address every curiosity of the keen eyes that visit our booth, which could encompass topics such as cloud migration, hosting, and resources to learn about cloud infrastructures.

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Genese at CAN InfoTech 2019 – Day 1

Cloud is the future of computing. We can be assured about the fact that Nepal will quickly adapt, develop, and evolve in Cloud Computing by the response so many people gave today, who visited our stall with curious eyes.

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Is your product Well-Architected?

With the rise in connectivity, access to the internet, education, and boom of e-commerce, we have become empowered to do more with the technology in hand. Amidst all this spur of growth, numerous industries have come into existence that no one would have even believed...

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S3 Intelligent Tiering

S3 Intelligent-Tiering is a new Amazon S3 storage class designed for customers who want to optimize storage costs automatically when data access patterns change, without performance impact or operational overhead.

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My AWS Experience So Far

It’s been around 3 weeks since I’ve joined Genese Software Solutions and since the day 1, it has been such an exciting time to work here in Genese. Before joining Genese, I already had some knowledge about cloud computing but now particularly about AWS. I found out...

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