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Google Cloud Get higher availability with Regional Persistent Disks on Google Kubernetes Engine

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By Palak Bhatia, Product Manager, Google Kubernetes Engine Building highly available stateful applications on Kubernetes has been a challenge for a long time. As such, many enterprises have to write complex application logic on top of Kubernetes APIs for running applications such as databases and distributed file systems. Today, we’re excited to announce the beta […]

Citrix Synergy 2018 in the Rear View Mirror…

Liquidware
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Last week Citrix Synergy 2018 happened in Anaheim, California. This was the 21st Citrix Synergy by my calculation. I was at the first Citrix “Thinergy” in 1998 at the Swan Hotel in Orlando. The conference remains one of the most Windows desktop focused conferences in the industry. The ultimate feedback we received from our customers […]

How to Ensure High-Performing Microsoft .NET Applications Webinar

eG Innovations
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In today’s distributed application ecosystems, with various interdependencies and dynamic  infrastructures, it is extremely challenging to detect and resolve application failures and performance slowdowns. This is especially true in a Microsoft .NET application stack. Developers, IT Operations Staffs and/or Site Reliability Engineers often get involved in long war room sessions to isolate the root cause of poor customer experience in the digital business service. Join this technical webinar […]

Google Cloud Accelerating innovation for cloud-native managed databases

Google Cloud
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Every application has to store and access operational data, usually in a database. Managed database services can help you ship apps faster and reduce operational toil so you can focus on what makes your business successful and unique. To quote analyst firm Gartner, “Cloud-based deployment models and dbPaaS offerings are growing rapidly as an alternative, […]

VMware Delete an orphaned PKS cluster

VMware
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You may run into a situation where your PKS cluster is orphaned or you’re unable to delete it with the pks delete-cluster command. I’m going to show how to manually clean up the PKS cluster in the database. In the background I’ve reproduced this issue by deleting the BOSH deployment that backs the PKS cluster. […]

Microsoft Azure Announcements

Microsoft
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One of the biggest news items out of last week was the arrival of Virtual Machine Serial Console access in public preview in all global regions. This is something customers have wanted for some time and the team was ecstatic to finally deliver it. Down below, you’ll find a blog post and episodes of Tuesdays […]

Fast and easy development with Azure Database for MySQL and PostgreSQL

Microsoft
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This blog post was co-authored by James Ashley, MR and AI Architect, Microsoft MVP. Developers sometimes get anxious when it comes to hooking up a database for their apps. However, with Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL, quickly propping up and accessing a relational database is a piece of cake. These lightweight, open […]

Veeam Backup MySQL and MariaDB on Linux VM Guide

Veeam
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What does it take to back up MySQL on a Linux VM? This is a riddle we sometimes hear at Veeam: When running on a Linux VM, how does one quiesce MySQL databases? Unfortunately, there are not many new ways to answer this riddle, and the answers we currently have are already tried and tested! […]

Introducing Azure Database for PostgreSQL and Azure Database for MySQL

Microsoft
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Develop with open source databases? We’ll show you the new community-based PostgreSQL and MySQL databases for Azure, including its dynamic scalability to meet the performance needs of your apps in seconds, high availability that eradicates the need to set up replicas, Azure Service Integration to add intelligence to your apps. We finish up with how […]

Transaction log backup with Veeam Explorer for Microsoft SQL Server

Veeam
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Believe it or not, I used to work a lot with Microsoft SQL Server. While I did not call myself a database administrator (DBA), I did know my way around a database or two. Since I’ve been at Veeam, I have always enjoyed telling the Veeam story around using SQL Server as a critical application […]

SysKit Insights – SharePoint Performance and Troubleshooting Tool

Acceleratio
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SharePoint environments can vary from single server farms to dozens of farms made up of hundreds of servers, but they all have things in common – It’s really important to continuously monitor your servers, ensure maximum uptime, and most importantly provide users with best possible experience. SysKit Insights is a tool that was developed with […]

Introduction to Microsoft Workloads on AWS – #AWS Online Tech Talks Video

Amazon Web Services
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“Companies are moving their existing on-premises applications to the cloud as fast as they can to become more agile and dramatically lower their costs. Many of these applications are built on top of Windows Server and include corporate apps for messaging, collaboration, and databases as well as a wide range of custom-developed and ISV apps. […]

Datadog is in the AWS Serverless Application Repository

Datadog
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The AWS Serverless Application Repository is a brand-new service that allows companies, individuals, and partners to publish their own serverless applications to a central repository for public use. This new platform makes it easier than ever for developers to quickly deploy serverless applications on AWS. Each application is packaged using the Serverless Application Model (SAM) […]

Moving Applications to the Public Cloud + More HA Trends

SIOS
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2017 was a remarkable year at SIOS with the ground shifting all over our industry and that was reflected both in what we saw in own business and what customers and partners told us. SQL and SAP Moving to the Public Cloud It’s all been about cloud – surprise? Not really. But the speed in […]

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