Cloud Monitoring Tips

6 Reasons Cloud Monitoring Is Different Than Server Monitoring

Matt Watson Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources, Insights for Dev Managers Leave a Comment

Traditional IT monitoring has revolved around monitoring the infrastructures and servers. As you move to the cloud, it is possible that you don’t have either of those things. You could deploy your app via a service like Azure App Services and rely on Azure’s hosted Redis and SQL offerings. You could literally have access to zero servers. No worries, no …

What Is Function-as-a-Service? Serverless Architectures Are Here!

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It has never been a better time to be a developer! Thanks to cloud computing, deploying our applications is much easier than it used to be. How we deploy our apps continues to evolve thanks to cloud hosting, Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and now Function-as-a-Service. No worries, no SPAM. Opt-out anytime. What is Function-as-a-Service (FaaS)? FaaS is the concept of serverless computing …

Azure vs AWS Cloud Services

Azure vs. AWS: Which One is Better?

Angela Stringfellow Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources, Insights for Dev Managers Leave a Comment

We’ve used Azure for nearly five years at Stackify; in fact, we built Retrace with Azure in mind. But is Azure the right cloud for you? The battle between Azure and AWS is heated, so we decided to see how they measure up in this head-to-head comparison. (For a side-by-side, feature-by-feature comparison chart including Google Compute, check out this post.) No …

Azure vs. AWS vs. Google Compute

Compare Services & Features Between Microsoft Azure vs. Amazon Web Services vs. Google Compute

Angela Stringfellow Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources, Insights for Dev Managers Leave a Comment

The easiest way to compare the big cloud services players is by evaluating products, services, and features in a direct comparison to determine which cloud best meets your needs. So we’ve done just that, pitting Azure, AWS, and Google Cloud against each other in this head-to-head comparison chart. (For a detailed discussion comparing Azure and AWS, check out this post.) No …