You can never know when a disaster will occur to your cloud infrastructure. You can, however, prepare a cloud disaster recovery plan that enables you to restore operations quickly whenever disaster does strike your cloud. This article explains how. Continue reading
Unlike typical external hard drives, NAS devices provide built-in operating systems that support features like remote access, printer streaming, or native media streaming. Additionally, you can save images, server data, application databases, and so forth without any supplementary management device. Continue reading
To help our customers better navigate on constantly changing cloud storage market we decided to prepare a short article comparing Microsoft Azure, Google Storage, and Amazon S3 prices.
Reaching a capacity limit in Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS)? Need more IOPS for an app or web-service? Due to its design, Amazon EBS doesn’t allow to scale the volume size dynamically or extend volume IOPS. If a user needs more space, he has to buy another Amazon EBS volume and then spend hours to backup data from the original volume, verify its consistency and then restore on the new one.
This article is a step-by-step guide on how to use AWS built-in features to easily resize the Amazon EBS volume.
We continue our series of articles devoted to common Amazon S3 issues. In our previous article, we discussed the difference between the requested time and the current time is too large error.
In this article we will discuss how to handle Your account is not signed up for Amazon S3 issue. This error occurs when you are either not signed up for Amazon S3 or use expired credentials. Apparently, there is a two-step process to get an Amazon S3 account. Continue reading
Cloud database platforms are considered to be some of the best solutions in the world of cloud computing. While there are many reasons why they are exceedingly popular, high accessibility and security, plus dynamic flexibility are some of the principal benefits that come with cloud database systems. You don’t even have to worry about maintenance, hardware, or patching. Continue reading
This post explains how to start backing up to Amazon S3 or Amazon Glacier using CloudBerry Backup.