Clouds : Shared responsibility model

In doesn’t make difference which cloud vendor you have chosen as the platform. All of them follow the shared responsibility model. What does it mean? It means the cloud provider has the security responsibility of the cloud and cloud customer has the security responsibility in the cloud. Azure AWS GCP IBM Shared responsibility model SharedContinue reading “Clouds : Shared responsibility model”

AWS : DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB is a fast NoSQL database service for all applications that need consistent, single-millisecond latency at any scale. It is a fully managed database and supports both document and key-value data models. Its flexible data model and reliable performance make it a great fit for mobile, web, gaming, ad-tech, IoT, and many other applications.Continue reading “AWS : DynamoDB”

Clouds : Virtual Network and Subnet

Azure: Create Vnet Azure: Create Subnet AWS: Create VPC AWS: Create Subnet Summary Azure AWS GCP Select region for vnet and regions are region/zone because we have for example East US & East US 2 Select region for VPC Subnet is created in vnet’s region. Subnet is created in different zones of the region GCPContinue reading “Clouds : Virtual Network and Subnet”

AWS : Virtual Private Network (VPC)

Regions Availability Zones (AZs) Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) AWS VPC Networking Regions and Availability Zones allow anyone to create worldwide infrastructure with ease. They also allow for many options for creating redundancy within your platform. By properly using these components, you can create world-class level systems in terms of both scale and reach. A VirtualContinue reading “AWS : Virtual Private Network (VPC)”

Clouds : Resource management

Azure resource group is for managing resources in Azure. How to create resource group: go to resource group by searching it > use add button > fill in the form and create a resource group. AWS Coming soon… GCP project is for managing resources in GCP. How to create project: go to manage resource pageContinue reading “Clouds : Resource management”