Cloud

Fundamentals of Google App Engine

Reading Time: 5 minutes The trend of building applications on the cloud is gaining traction because it offers a variety of advantages, including increased business opportunities, security, and scalability. To develop a web application, however, you would need a suitable cloud computing technology. This is where Google App Engine fits in by allowing you to build and host web applications on a fully-managed serverless platform. What is App Engine? Continue Reading

Google Cloud Platform Overview

Reading Time: 6 minutes As all of you might know, Cloud services can be broadly classified into three categories: IaaS(Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS(Platform as a Service), and SaaS(Software as a Service).  What is GCP? GCP (Google Cloud Platform) is an offering by Google that provides IaaS and PaaS services. SaaS services are also provided by Google in the form of G Suite(Google Workspace). Both G Suite and GCP Continue Reading

GCP – ‘Cloud Run’ in Seconds

Reading Time: 4 minutes As a developer, you might want to quickly deliver great cloud applications like web apps, mobile APIs, and background jobs. But choosing a cloud solution often comes with trade-offs. On the one hand, you can choose to manage your servers. But this can mean provisioning and configuring them yourself, plus worrying about scaling up and down as traffic patterns change. And you might run the Continue Reading

Cloud Computing – Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction to Amazon Web Services What is AWS Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon providing on-demand cloud computing platforms and APIs to individuals, companies, and governments, on a metered pay-as-you-go basis. However, these cloud computing web services provide a variety of basic abstract technical infrastructure and distributed computing building blocks and tools. one of these services is Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), which allows users to have at their disposal a virtual cluster of computers. Benifits of AWS Continue Reading

Apache Beam: Side input Pattern

Reading Time: 3 minutes Apache Beam is a unified programming model for defining both batch and streaming data-parallel processing pipelines. It is a modern way of defining data processing pipelines. It has rich sources of APIs and mechanisms to solve complex use cases. In some use cases, while we define our data pipelines the requirement is, the pipeline should use some additional inputs. For example, In streaming analytics applications, it Continue Reading

Fundamentals of Google Compute Engine – Part 2

Reading Time: 4 minutes This part of the series Fundamentals of Google Compute Engine will cover how to create and manage the lifecycle of virtual machine instances from the Google Cloud Console. In case you haven’t been following the blog yet, here is the link to the first part. Prerequisites A Google account with billing enabled. (If it’s your first time you can set it up with any credit/debit card with international transaction enabled and you’ll receive free credits Continue Reading

Difference between Cloud and fog Computing

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is cloud ? The term cloud is very popular in now days move to the cloud , running in the cloud ,stored in the cloud. Accessed from the cloud: these days is seems like everything is happening “in the cloud”. But what exactly is this concept? The short answer is that it’s somewhere at the other end of your internet connection – a place Continue Reading

Introduction to the Fog Computing

Reading Time: 4 minutes Let us know about the Introduction to Fog Computing. Abstract :In the Field of Internet of Things (IOT) the devices by themselves can recognise the environment and conduct a certain functions by itself. IOT Devices majorly consist with sensors. Cloud Computing which is based in sensor networks manages huge amount of data which includes transferring and processing which takes delayed in service response time. As Continue Reading

All you need to know about iCloud

Reading Time: 4 minutes INTRODUCTION If you are using Mac or iPhone or Windows PC. Yes! Even windows machines can be connected to iCloud through Apple ID. What is iCloud? iCloud is the generic name for all of the cloud based or internet-based services Apple delivers to us whether that’s on a Mac, iPhone, or a PC running Windows. The service enables its users to store data such as Continue Reading

“All You Need To Know About Cloud Computing”

Reading Time: 6 minutes CLOUD COMPUTING Cloud computing is a term for characterising the facilitating administration over the internet. It implies securing and getting to your data, records and tasks over the web instead of your PC hard drive. Cloud computerises your data at whatever time, any place utilising any service over the internet. It gives us opportunity of doing things with more abilities power & straight forwardness. We Continue Reading

Google BigQuery: An Introduction to Big Data Analytics Platform.

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hey Folks, Today we going to discuss Google BigQuery, an enterprise data warehouse with built-in machine learning capabilities. Before going to BigQuery, let’s understand what is Google Cloud Platform?Google Cloud Platform is a suite of public cloud computing services offered by Google. The platform includes a range of hosted services for compute, storage and application development that run on Google hardware. Google Cloud protects your data, applications, Continue Reading

Fundamentals of Google Compute Engine – Part 1

Reading Time: 6 minutes Have you ever wondered where applications are deployed in the cloud? In the cloud, applications run on virtual servers, just as they do on physical servers in a company’s data center. In this blog, we will discuss how Google Compute Engine, one of the top products available at Google Cloud Platform, helps us to provision and manage virtual machines. Before taking a deep dive into Compute Continue Reading

Cloud Computing And Its Architecture

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing is a way to delivered resources (such as servers, databases, software, etc.) over the internet and It also gives the power to create, design, and manage applications on the cloud platform. and it uses remote servers on the web to store, manage, and access data online instead of local drives. The data can be anything like files, images, documents, Continue Reading