cloud

How to setup Amazon Route 53 DNS

by Ruchira on June 8, 2013

Amazon offers many cloud services with their Amazon Web Services brand and Amazon Route 53 is the premium DNS services on AWS. Lots of interesting things can be done with Route 53 other than just hosting your records. Route 53 offers services such as DNS based load balancing, DNS fail over, Health checks etc. Route 53 […]

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Xbox One hardware specs and Cloud features

by Ruchira on May 28, 2013

So its been a few days since Microsoft announced Xbox One and there aren’t any wow factors about Xbox one except for the new improved Kinect. And again Xbox seems to be behind on hardware department when comparing with the leaked specs of upcoming Play Station 4. Here are the specs of Xbox One if you are […]

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Google Compute Engine benchmarks

by Ruchira on May 23, 2013

Google has announced immediate availability of Google Compute Engine to the general public at the Google IO 2013. Google Compute Engine is Google’s answer to the Amazon EC2 and other cloud platforms and it lets you to run virtual machines just like Ec2 with multiple configuration options. Compute Engine instances are based on KVM virtualization whereas EC2 is […]

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Amazon EC2 compute cloud is the new trend of the hosting world. EC2’s ability to scale and flexibility has become the key for medium to large scale enterprise users to get started with the cloud, You can host your blog on it, or you can build your own supercomputer out of it, there are unlimited […]

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Mightytext send SMS from PC through your Android

by Ruchira on October 15, 2012

If you spend most of the time in front of your PC and need to communicate with people via SMS you might find its boring to pickup the the phone and type then put it away, use the computer and the then pickup the phone and type bla bla blah…  or even you may prefer […]

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Today amazon has launched its “Amazon glacier” service which is designed for high usage backup demands in modern world. Sure you could use already use Amazon S3 to backup your precious data but that costs would be somewhat high when comparing with this new Glacier service.

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Good news! Amazon SES now supports SMTP!

by Ruchira on December 17, 2011

If you are sending considerable amount of emails to your visitors or customers you may have a problem reaching most of the users inbox because the risk of getting your IP’s blacklisted etc. So using your own servers to send emails for like 1000 users per day is a disaster because of the possibility of […]

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Is cloudflare really good solution?

by Ruchira on December 24, 2010

Cloud is the future and they says that Dedicated servers not reliable cloud cloud cloud its everywhere! How about cloud security + content delivery solution? Yes cloudflare is the rising star on that subject. Even providing free accounts so cant complain at all. Well I thoght hey I should checkout this with my blog. Then […]

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