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Automatic stop and restart the Cloud server

pasupuleti2 created the topic: Automatic stop and restart the Cloud server How to scheduling an automatic stop and restart the Cloud server every Saturday. We are using Windows 2012 server -Saritha rajeshkumar replied the topic: Automatic stop and restart the Cloud server Please use following tutorials to do that…. www.howtogeek.com/123393/how-to-automati…dows-task-scheduler/ answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/foru…-375ce2647148?auth=1

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Top 5 Cloud Based Continuous Integration Tools

Today we are going to discuss about Cloud based continuous integration tools. As we already discussed about Continuous integration, it’s benefits and top continuous integration tools in our previous article which was published few weeks ago, you can click here go there. In this article, we tried to make your selection process easy if you

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Top 10 Cloud Platforms | List of best Cloud Platforms

Cloud computing is one of the trends which is going in IT industry these days. The traditional way of building IT environment is now shifting towards the cloud computing. This is the reason number of cloud service provider is increasing day by day and it becomes a tough task to select good one among-st them.

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Top 5 git version control software in cloud

Cloud Based cloudforge Assembla github bitbucket beanstalk Gitlab Some of them can be hosted behind the firewall as well in your company premises. Gerrit Gitlab Github

Top Cloud computing and operating software

Top Cloud computing and operating software. OpenStack OpenStack is a free and open-source cloud-computing software platform.[2] Users primarily deploy it as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). The technology consists of a group of interrelated projects that control pools of processing, storage, and networking resources throughout a data center—which users manage through a web-based dashboard, through command-line tools,

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Best Cloud Computing and Operating Tools

Top Cloud computing and operating software. OpenStack OpenStack is a free and open-source cloud-computing software platform.[2] Users primarily deploy it as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). The technology consists of a group of interrelated projects that control pools of processing, storage, and networking resources throughout a data center—which users manage through a web-based dashboard, through command-line tools,

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Cloud Computing and ROI

Cloud Computing and ROI Most think cloud computing is about the ability to save operational costs. That may or may not be the case, depending upon your enterprise or ecommerce problem domain. Indeed, there are many dimensions to consider here, including: Ongoing operational cost reduction. The value of preserving capital. The value of upsizing on-demand.

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Overcoming Cloud Computing Obstacles – Cloud Computing adoption challenges

Overcoming Cloud Computing Obstacles How to Make the Case to Switch to the Cloud Companies choosing the cloud computing route often have to make the case for the switch to new technology to a board or investors. The most common obstacles raised towards adoption of cloud technology are concerns around the availability of service, security

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EC2Deploy and the Cloud Tools Maven plugin are now available

I’m pleased to announce that EC2Deploy – a Groovy-based framework for deploying Java EE applications to Amazon EC2 – is now available as part of the Cloud Tools open source project. There are three main parts to Cloud Tools: The EC2Deploy framework Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) that are configured to run Tomcat and work with

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Cloud Tools now supports Amazon Elastic Block Store

One of the exciting new features of Amazon EC2 is Elastic Block Store, which provides truly durable storage for your instances. Prior to EBS, the contents of the file system disappeared once an instance was terminated. This meant that if you wanted to run a database server on EC2 you had to use MySql master-slave

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