Docker Overview with AWS ECS and Fargate

Hi Guys, we will be talking about Docker in this blog , as in the last blog we briefly touched this topic. Docker OverviewWhere do we store docker imagesDocker vs Virtual MachinesECS and Fargate pricing in AWSDocker FlowchartDocker Installation Basic Docker commands Docker Docker is a software development platform to deploy apps. Apps are packaged … Continue reading Docker Overview with AWS ECS and Fargate

Going Serverless In AWS

Serverless OverviewComputing with LambdaContainer OverviewContainers in ECS or EKS FargateAmazon Eventbridge Serverless Overview Serverless does not mean we do not use computers to run our code. Computers are essential in running code.But in Serverless computing we focus on code and leave the management of the compute architecture behind. Its an extension of the cloud computing … Continue reading Going Serverless In AWS

Intune MAM data transfer Policies

Hi Guys , Recently i worked on a engagement where i worked on MAM polices on Microsoft Intune for Data protection . I had this scenario where my client wanted to know and understand the data transfer policy between managed and unmanaged Apps by using Intune MAM . Here are a few queries and answers … Continue reading Intune MAM data transfer Policies

Azure Execution Models

  Now that we have acquired the basic knowledge about cloud computing as per my previous blog. Link is given below. Before reading this blog please go check the previous article to get to know the basics . Cloud Service Models and differences between them   I think that when we start talking about the … Continue reading Azure Execution Models

Cloud Service Models and differences between them

Cloud Service Models When we talk about Cloud computing we need to start with basics : We should know what are the different models available.It describes to what extent your resources ate managed by your self or by your cloud service providers . In the following diagram you will find a comparison of the models … Continue reading Cloud Service Models and differences between them