Migration to Cloud

Migrating MLFlow Server To Cloud: Part 2

Reading Time: 4 minutes In my previous blog, I had discussed the first two phases of migrating MLFlow server to cloud. In this blog, I’ll be discussing the deployment of MLflow tracking server on Google Cloud Platform and migration of the existing data to the process. Also, I’ll be talking about optimizing the overall environment in the process. Deployment Step 1: Copy Contents from Disk Go to this link Continue Reading

Migrating MLFlow Server To Cloud: Part 1

Reading Time: 4 minutes The cloud migration process involves moving all or part of an organization’s data, apps, and services from on-premises data centres to a public or private cloud, where they are accessible on-demand over the Internet to authorized users. For most businesses considering cloud migration, the move is filled with promise and potential; scalability, flexibility, reliability, cost-effectiveness, improved performance and disaster recovery, and simpler, faster deployment. Cloud Continue Reading

Migration Assessment

Reading Time: 7 minutes The first step in migration is to calculate the cost of the move and the cost of what you are running in your current setup. This is useful if you’re planning a migration from an on-premises environment, a private hosting environment, another cloud provider, or if you’re evaluating the opportunity to migrate and exploring what the assessment phase might look like. The assessment phase is Continue Reading

Introduction to Cloud Migration

Reading Time: 4 minutes Cloud migration is the process of moving digital business operations into the cloud to leverage the advantages delivered by a successful digital transformation. Cloud migration is like a physical move, except it involves moving data, applications, and IT processes from some data centres to other data centres, instead of packing up and moving physical goods. Much like a move from a smaller office to a Continue Reading

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Migrating to Cloud: Inhouse Hadoop to Databricks

Reading Time: 6 minutes Migration of applications is a good thing. It forces the organization to clean up junk, that is never used. It adds a lot of innovation and new ideas to your engineering teams. It is important to build confidence in our teams that future migrations are not stressful and pushes teams to design systems to be flexible. It sends a message to vendors that you are Continue Reading

bookMyHours.com Public Beta Released

Reading Time: 2 minutes bookMyHours.com is a simple and clean enterprise timesheet application offered as SaaS on a subscription basis. The service is ‘rightweight‘ and consists of the most frequently used features so that the organizations do not have to pay for features that they would never use. It is a multi-tenant application which allows and organization to define their custom look and feel. bookMyHours is based on eHour, Continue Reading