If you remember, ones we promised you to update our material about AWS vs. GCP comparison? Today we eventually have done this! Meet the new AWS vs. Google Cloud vs. Microsoft Azure with emphasis of that they have in common and what are their main differences!
Here in Syndicode, we are fans of new tools! Especially if these tools are related to cloud computing. Crossplane is an open source multicloud control plane that introduces workload and resource abstractions on-top of existing managed services that enables a high degree of workload portability across cloud providers. Aren’t you excited?
Today we’d like to tell you about Corral! This is a serverless MapReduce framework. In a nutshell, Corral is a framework for writing arbitrary MapReduce applications that can be executed in AWS Lambda. It was the result of using Lambda as an execution environment (like Hadoop MapReduce uses YARN).
As we already mentioned in one of our article about Progressive Web Apps, there are other operating system concepts a software developer should learn. While the extent and depth of knowledge can be questioned, knowing more than the fundamentals can be critical to how well your program runs and even its structure and flow. So, we are presenting 10 critical operating system concepts a software developer should learn.
Last time we talked about the pros and cons of DevOps as a Service. There we mentioned AWS and Google Cloud Platform as the main platforms that are frequently used by DevOps. Why can’t we make a small comparison for them? Sure, there’s also Microsoft Azure among the giants. But we’ll come back to it later. So, today we have AWS vs Google Cloud Platform. What is better for DevOps in the cloud?
Last time when we talked of AWS we compared it with Heroku (despite some of you say it was an ‘apple vs orange’ comparison). The dispute about which to choose is still on the air. But today we’d like to tell you about the new feature of AWS called Secret Manager. Consider AWS Secrets Manager to protect your access secrets!