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You don't want to jump into a project without a solid plan, and software architecture design is no exception. By making this process more efficient, you can adequately address all your needs and provide opportunities for stakeholders to contribute.
Using technical visualization and a careful planning process, you can outline your software architecture and design before starting a prototype.
Training in the cloud is more important than ever before. With the world increasingly moving to cloud-based services, it's essential that you have the skills to work with cloud-based infrastructure. Cloud computing is a rapidly growing field, and there is a shortage of skilled workers. That's where Brainboard comes in with hands-on experience.
This article will help you to get started quickly on Brainboard and build your first use case in less than a week!
The word backup is used for support or help. Data backup can be used to restore data when it is lost. Data backup consists of copying and storing your files.
Plenty of things can cause data loss. The most common is hardware failure and human error, but software corruption, computer viruses, theft, and natural disasters like floods and fires might occur, as well. A dropped signal, a power outage, or a damaged hard drive are all examples of hardware failure. As a result, having an IT team is essential. If you need help backing up your data, your nearby IT support provider will have a look and take immediate steps to safeguard your crucial data. Human error can be caused by incorrect input into a computer, a misplaced USB drive, or mistyping a password.
No one wants to face the consequences of a data backup error. To avoid potential disasters, here are eight common mistakes to avoid:
Network architectures based on the microservices model have become quite popular in recent years. Microservices emerged as a solution for large, impractical monolithic applications. This design tries to solve the problem that occurs when a code base exceeds a certain size and becomes difficult to maintain.
Small services arose out of the need to scale quickly while maintaining code. Netflix, Amazon and Spotify are some of the bigger and more interesting players moving to this type of model. Let's see why.
Modules are self-contained packages of Terraform configurations that are managed as a group. Here are the best terraform modules:
Quite recently, Datadog acquired Cloudcraft. Their goal is to create a live cloud architecture diagram.
Let's deep dive into understanding what's next for Cloudcraft and Datadog:
Before we begin, a little introduction to containers, an abstraction of the application layer that holds code and dependencies together. A container is an isolated package that contains everything except the kernel needed to run the software. Multiple containers can run on the same machine and share the operating system kernel with other containers, each running as an isolated process in user space. Containers take up less space than VMs (container images are typically tens of MB) and start immediately. A container image is a lightweight, self-contained, executable software package that contains everything needed to run an image, including code, runtime, system tools, system libraries, and parameters.