High Availability Server: How to Face Minimum Downtime Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on reddit Reddit A few years ago, the concept of a high availability server was strictly accompanied by specialized hardware, complex node configurations and towering budgets. This naturally left the majority of businesses out, leading to a crippled internet sphere. Today we have connected a large part of our… Read More »High Availability Server: How to Face Minimum Downtime
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses worldwide to a weird, unprecedented halt. Naturally, we receive mixed signals from various industries, regions and companies. Some struggle to maintain profitability while others seem to prosper. Regardless of where your business stands, adapting to new circumstances is necessary. As an entrepreneur, you need to fuel and inspire transformation, either to keep your organization above the surface or to ride the paradoxical wave of… Read More »Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis: An Opportunity for Digital Transformation
REPOST FROM CRN.COM |JOSEPH TSIDULKO MassiveGRID is Among the World’s Top Cloud Providers for 2020 For the 10th Year, CRN Presents its 100 Coolest Cloud Computing Companies List, the Ultimate Guide to the Most Important Players in the Cloud. MassiveGRID Couldn’t be Missing from the Top Tier of This List, After Dedicating More than 15 Years on Developing an Innovative and Fully Customized High Availability Cloud Architecture that Many Large… Read More »MassiveGRID is Among the Top 20 Cloud Providers for 2020
Source: ForbesAuthor: Zak Doffman “This is a cloud security nightmare,” Check Point’s Yaniv Balmas tells me. “It undermines the concept of cloud security. You can’t prevent it, you can’t protect yourself. The only one who can is the cloud provider.” In this case that’s Microsoft, provider of the hyper scale Azure. Check Point is on a roll—a string of disclosures for vulnerabilities detected and disclosed in recent months. We’ve had WhatsApp, TikTok and Zoom.… Read More »Microsoft Azure Vulnerability: Why Private Infrastructures for Cloud Matter?
With so many types of cloud and cloud services available, it is natural for you to be confused. In addition, cloud providers choose to complicate the situation by adding their own names to various cloud offers. We are here to explain all computing services quickly and simply; Web Hosting: The simplest type of cloud hosting. If you only have an e-commerce or non-commerce website to manage then you do not… Read More »Which Cloud Service is Best for My Business?
No explanation given for the sudden provider shutdown. Customers suspect an exit scam. Source: ZDnet At least 20 web hosting providers have hastily notified customers last Saturday, December 7, that they planned to shut down on Monday, December 9, giving their clients two days to download data from their accounts before servers are shut down and wiped clean. The list of providers that notified customers about their impending shutdown includes:… Read More »Mass Cloud Provider Shutdown: Lessons Learned
Parents who use the Dexcom G6 depend on alarms on their phones if their children’s blood sugar levels are dangerous. They say the outage put them at risk. Anahad O’Connor for The New York Times For many parents of children with diabetes, the Dexcom G6 continuous glucose monitor is a lifesaver. The device tracks their children’s glucose levels and sends them an alert when their blood sugar climbs too high… Read More »Dexcom Outage: High Availability is a Necessity for Health Monitoring