Industry’s Perception Of Cloud Leader Amazon At HostingCon 2014
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INTRODUCTION: As a cloud veteran, it has been interesting to watch the evolving perception of larger vendors in the hosting industry. I am continually inspired by the many successful business stories that are shared at Hostingcon. These businesses really understand their market and support their customers well. However, I am equally surprised by parts of…

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How To Fix AWS Reserved Instance Mistakes
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If you’re using AWS cloud computing as a long term strategy, whether for yourself or as a reseller, it seems fairly evident that Reserved Instances are a good investment. By committing to a simple contract, you can save up to 75% compared to On-Demand Instances. But does that really mean you’re getting the most from…

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How To Differentiate Yourself As A MSP In The AWS World
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The cloud computing field is one that is taking off rapidly: according to numbers from Information Week, spending on public cloud services by end-users is projected to be over $180 billion by 2015. For this reason, many organizations are experimenting with becoming a managed service provider, or MSP. T, his can be one of the…

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How To Change Your EBS Volume Sizes To Control Costs
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THE NEED FOR EBS VOLUME MANAGEMENT Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) provides persistent block-level storage volumes for use with Amazon EC2 instances. EBS volumes deliver low latency through SSD technology and consistent I/O performance scaled to the needs of your application. Backup and retention of EBS Volumes are managed by taking point-in-time snapshots of…

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