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As with other cloud platforms, Google Cloud has a range of different services to help build and host web applications. At first glance the subtle differences between these services might not be apparent until you start using them, so I’ve put together this guide to give an overview of each service and to help you decide which is right for your use case.

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In this blogpost, we’ll give an introduction to the .NET Functions Framework and show you how to easily deploy a secure function on Google Cloud.

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Many teams are excited to start using Kubernetes. Some are interested in the resilience, elasticity, portability, reliability and other advantages Kubernetes offers natively. Some are technology enthusiasts and just want an opportunity to work with this platform, to get to know more about it. Some developers want to acquire experience with it, so they can add another highly demanded skill to their resumé. In general, most developers these days want to work with Kubernetes at some point. That may

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But S3, the most popular solution for storing on the cloud and the one everyone loves, should not always be your choice. In this article, In this It will be explained why.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Jun 02, 2020
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The Cloud Native Trail Map is CNCF's recommended path through the cloud native landscape.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on May 30, 2020
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Exploring Elasticsearch with Docker Exploring PostgreSQL with Docker Exploring Redis with Docker Run Azure Functions in a Docker Container Serverless CI Builds with Cake and Azure Container Instances

Bharat Dwarkani shared on May 23, 2020
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this, this article features REAL links to this russian hacker's files and everything I was able to trace back to him.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on May 17, 2020
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A bad timeout and retry policy can break a distributed systems architecture, but is relatively easy to fix. Don't use the same default timeout settings across your distributed system.

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In this story, I will walk through end to end Azure CDN (Content Delivery Network) deployment steps including provisioning of CDN profile, CDN endpoints, blob storages,custom domains, hosted zones and importing my own CA signed certificates and finally applying this certificate to my CDN profile to make it secure.

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At the end of 2018, Azure added the ability to host static websites from Azure Blob Storage. This becomes a fairly cheap way to host, since you only pay for storage (very cheap) and for network usage (also cheap). This seems like a great option for me when I recently converted a site previously running Wordpress inside an Azure Application Service. I converted the site to a SPA and wanted to host it, using a custom domain, via this new feature.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Apr 18, 2020
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