The AWS re:Invent 2015 conference took place this week & Amazon announced new tools & services to assist your business moving to the cloud.
Learn about the different hardware configurations available to host your SQL Server in the cloud.
Learn about the multitude of SQL Server hosting options that are available in the cloud today.
I’m just wrapping up an interesting project to migrate a Microsoft SQL Server database into the cloud.
Being a Brit working in the US I frequently have lost in translation moments.
The cloud is constantly evolving and the big players are always coming up with innovative new features to entice you onto their platform.
Security seems to be the overriding factor why people don’t trust the cloud.
A few years ago when interviewing someone for a junior database administration role, the candidate asked me…
The biggest fear people have about the cloud is that it is insecure, but it’s just not true.
SaaS, IaaS and PaaS and are phrases you might hear thrown around when people talk about the cloud. But what do they mean?
Is my data secure in the cloud? That’s undoubtedly the question I’m asked the most when discussing what I do for a living.
Have you ever wondered what is next for the cloud?