Category: How To?

Tags in Public Cloud to organize workload

A Detailed Guide On Tagging For Better Cloud Cost and Resource Management

For effective management of computational costs and utilization of resources in public cloud environments, developers must learn how to use the tags effectively. They should also develop an effective system and tag management strategy across enterprises of any size. Developers must also discover how cloud management tools can help to make sense of tagging in public cloud environments

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How to evaluate SaaS Provider?

List of Security and Operational Questions to Ask A SaaS Provider Before Signing Up

After you have decided that to adopt cloud computing for your business, the next step is to look for a cloud services provider, and like many companies, you will be looking for a SaaS Provider. These days you hear a lot about SaaS applications. SaaS stands for Software as a Service. Every company uses SaaS right now for something or the other, and the numbers are growing every day.

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Cloudanix DevOps

A Complete Guide On How An Individual Can Practice Continuous DevOps

Introduction DevOps is the combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that increase an enterprise’s ability to deliver applications and services at a very high speed. It also evolves and improves products faster than enterprises using traditional software for development and infrastructure management processes. The work of a DevOps engineer includes working with developers and

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Breach

A Practical Step by Step Guide To Prevent Security Breach Of Your AWS Account

Amazon Rainforests, the world's largest rainforest, is crisscrossed with several rivers, inhabits over a thousand types of flora and fauna. It is so densely populated with greenery that only the person knowing the exact right path can find it once something goes inside. In other words, it is secure. Probably Amazon Web Services got inspired by its namesake while building its robust security schemes. Let us dive into the several methods you can incorporate in your AWS working to stay safe from security breaches! 

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AWS Billing - How it Works?

How To Master Understanding Of Your AWS Bills and Tools You Can Use?

AWS provides you with an unlimited amount of cloud and various services. Still, it does not change the fact that it can have spikes in your all over cost if your AWS resources are not kept in check. A lot of focus is paid to understand the various services like EC2, CloudWatch, etc. But there is little attention paid on how to read your AWS bill. I will explain how to read your AWS bill and the tools you can use to lower your overall bill.

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Cloudanix - How to respond to data or security breach?

How to respond to a Data or Security Breach?

A data or a security breach is a security incident in which information is accessed without authorization, thereby violating its confidentiality. A data or security breach can be done by anyone including an employee, a rival organization, or just a malicious agent. The motive can be any fraudulent activity like defamation, corporate espionage, disruption, or financial gain for the attacker.

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AWS Events and Changes You Should Track For Your AWS Account Security and Operational Excellence

AWS CloudTrail service captures and publishes every action taken or change performed across any other AWS services. These changes could come as a result of Console use by a user An application running it’s code A SaaS partner using assume role running/ accessing some API in your account An event trigger another component (e.g.File got

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A detailed guide on deploying a web application on Google Cloud Run

We love Google Cloud Run. We deployed the "Checklist" app on Google Cloud Run. Here's is a list of steps that we followed to deploy this Rails app on Google Cloud Run.

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WordPress installation on a subdirectory of an existing app (Ruby On Rails)

We didn’t want our blog to be on blog.cloudanix.com but instead the way it’s right now https://www.cloudanix.com/blog The web application cloudanix.com is primarily a Ruby On Rails application hosted on Google Cloud. We wanted a WordPress site as a subdirectory to an existing web application which was running on a different tech stack (Rails) and

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