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Most companies are utilizing serverless computing to create flexible and scalable applications. Rather than facing the issues of building out a server with defined resources and dealing with issues when demand spikes or architectural changes are needed, serverless computing defines each task as a micro-service using APIs to trigger tasks. Read more about serverless infrastructures and their benefits.
When updating software regularly, it's difficult to test new versions of code without slowing down the workflow of your deployments. And even when code does make it through the testing phase, hidden errors can make themselves known when you push it to the production environment.
Read more about how you can easily track your application infrastructure and prevent negative impacts on your customers.
Protecting cardholder data is critical for any business that accepts payment through credit cards or stores credit card information. If you're looking to operate your business in the cloud, it's important to understand if Amazon Web Services is Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliant. Read on to find out.
Are you looking for ways to ensure continuous security compliance on Amazon Web Service (AWS)? At Vandis’ latest event, the Cloud Conference in New York City, top industry partners shared tips and solutions for keeping attacks at bay, and maintaining the safety of your infrastructure and data; however, it’s not too late to learn a bit by downloading the event's presentations.
Thanks to the folks at Intricately, a company that collects data to understand the market, we now have a better understanding of what companies are doing now to fight for our attention, how customers are making decisions, and what the future might hold.
Working with multiple cloud environments can be tricky and can force developers to juggle different APIs in their workflow. Read more about how Google's new solution, Anthos, might be the solution to your problems.