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History of Hybrid Cloud | Short

According to 451 Research, 96% of enterprises are actively pursuing a hybrid IT strategy and 96% of businesses can’t be wrong. Modern, real-time businesses require accelerated cycles of innovation that are expensive and difficult to maintain with legacy data platforms. The hybrid cloud’s premise—two data architectures fused together—gives companies options to leverage those solutions and to address decision-making criteria, on a case-by-case basis.

What is an Internal Developer Platform (IDP) and Why It Matters

In today's evolving technological landscape, enterprises are under increasing pressure to deliver high-quality software at an accelerated pace. Internal Developer Platforms (IDPs) provide a centralized developer portal that empowers developers with self-service capabilities, standardized development environments, and automation tools to accelerate the software development lifecycle.


Top 5 Amazon S3 ETL Tools

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is a cloud-based object storage service from Amazon Web Services that collects data from anywhere on the internet. In today's data-driven world, businesses rely heavily on seamless data integration and transformation processes to unlock the full potential of their vast data resources. But what happens if you want to move data from Amazon S3 to a data warehouse for analysis?


Revolutionizing Cloud Logging: Say Goodbye to Limitations and High Costs

Cloud logging services have long been plagued by limitations and high costs, hindering companies’ ability to achieve true flexibility in their operations. One of the primary obstacles is the lack of flexibility in traditional cloud logging services, which often require companies to make upfront decisions about log levels and storage capacity, locking them into fixed plans for extended periods.


API-Managed Event Streaming with Kong Konnect and Amazon MSK

Event streaming allows companies to build more scalable and loosely coupled real-time applications supporting massive concurrency demands and simplifying the construction of services. Ultimately, we may need to grant access to such infrastructure to the most diverse entities, including external applications posting events that will be eventually consumed by internal systems. The purpose of such exposure is to promote development teams’ collaboration.


What is gRPC?

gRPC is an open source remote procedure call (RPC) framework that enables client and server applications to communicate with each other remotely and transparently. In this blog post, we are going to discuss gRPC. First, we’ll talk about RPCs and why they are important. Then we’ll explain how gRPC works, taking a closer look at protocol buffers and the architecture of gRPC.