Boss should't get angry or upset. Those people have much more experience than you. please respect them and listen what they are saying...don't get hyper. search what ever your query is in Google. Use it. You will found many other same questions asked in diff forums by people like you and me. After searing if you didn't find your solution then ask..
We are planning to move our on site services to cloud as PaaS. most of the service might be internet facing. One of the feature we have in our platform is called "Discovery". we were looking into different ways we can discover service in Azure.
Is Service bus's service registry a right option?
Is it a good idea to expose all the internet facing platform services hosted by Azure (PaaS) to have endpoint exposed via service bus too. The main goal of doing this to make endpoint dynamically discoverable. But then we worry about double hops for every service call ([Service Bus Endpoint] --> Relay -->; [Actual Endpoint]). Is this a concern?
Is there any other way to make services discoverable in Azure?
My team is planning to write an application which stores BLOB data on Azure BLOB storage. For this, initially we are planing to search on premise BLOB storage application/tools (NoSQL) and write BLOB store logic at the time of development considering we do not want to use Azure subscription at development time.
So, members please suggest me such storage tools\application which is similar or nearly equal features as Azure Blob storage.
Has anyone in there tested the waCloud; deploy Wakanda application with one click , there is a link to it here : https://www.wakcloud.com/
and a teaser video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YkEv0ueFpw
the doc : http://docs.wakcloud.com/
I hope that you could test it and give me a feedback, I still hesitate on choosing a good platform to develop and host my web app in the same time !
I am happy to find this site. I am not s programming expert. I've been looking for a reliable affordable host for my small photography site. I came across google app engine and managed to get a test site live on it. I'm wondering if this is a good option for a host? I'm interested in using bootstrap for design but not sure it will work on there. Also interested in trying to get wordpress running on there but it looks a little complicated.
Do you guys think google app engine is a good place to host a web-site, is it sufficient?
Hi ,this is my first time to ask a question here.Thank you all in advance.
My job is about storage drivers on linux/unix which may help me to learn pci and could see the linux system underling code. But this is not my interest.
I am the guy want to learn "popular" technology which may worth to learn in rest of my career.
So if I want to learn some thing at spare time, which is more suitable to my current job? I mean ,1) virtualization :to learn about Xen/virtualbox. 2) storage :some code like GFS ,HNFS, ...
3) or big data analysis .
So which is more suit able to me ,if 2 years later I change my job.
A Big question .Thanks.
There won't be much different in deployment perspective.
But you will get additional cloud benefits such as auto scaling of resources , no maintenance worries, basic fail overs and so on..
Not sure what kind of specific information you are looking for, could you be specific.
Cloud computing is currently the buzzword in IT industry, and many are curious to know what cloud computing is and how it works. More so because the term CLOUD is intriguing and some people even wonder how do clouds that rain can even remotely be used in Computing J.
Let’s learn Cloud computing with an example -
Whenever you travel through a bus or train, you take a ticket for your destination and hold back to your seat till you reach your destination. Likewise other passengers also takes ticket and travel in the same bus with you and it hardly bothers you where they go. When your stop comes you get off the bus thanking the driver. Cloud computing is just like that bus, carrying data and information for different users and allows to use its service with minimal cost.