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IBM Partners With AWS to Deliver SaaS Solutions

IBM Partners With AWS to Deliver SaaS Solutions IBM has signed a partnership agreement with Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), with plans to offer IBM Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions on AWS. This collaboration extends IBM Software from only being available as-a-Service (aaS) on IBM Cloud to becoming present on AWS cloud. This is expected to provide […]

Datadog And AWS Partner on Observability & Security

Datadog And AWS Partner on Observability & Security Datadog has just announced a global partnership with Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) on observability and security, as well as to work together for the development and the delivery of tighter product alignment in the future. According to the monitoring and security platform for cloud applications, Datadog […]

AWS & 1NCE to Build Global IoT Platform

AWS & 1NCE to Build Global IoT Platform 1NCE and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have today announced their collaboration for the expansion of 1NCE’s IoT platform on a global scale, with the aim of bringing cloud native IoT offering closer to customers worldwide. The 1NCE software offering on AWS is designed to enable IoT developers […]

AWS Releases New Open Source Database Capability Babelfish

AWS Releases New Open Source Database Capability Babelfish Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), has just announced the general availability of Babelfish – a new open-source capability for its database engine Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL, with the intention of helping customers run applications written for Microsoft SQL Server directly on Amazon Aurora with little to no code […]

AWS + Azure Swap Space

Allocating swap space to a vanilla ubuntu server on Azure or AWS. By default, you will have zero swap. Possibly resulting is unknown app/memory related crashes. Add a bit of swap for a buffer! fallocate -l 1G /swapfile;chmod 600 /swapfile;mkswap /swapfile;swapon /swapfile;echo “/swapfile swap swap defaults 0 0” >> /etc/fstab;swapon –show;free -h;