Top Five Features of a Cloud-Based Load Testing Tool

Software testers and developers often get lulled by a misleading sense of security. This often happens as performance and features pass the expectation level during pre-production, but fails in production when presented to the real users. Moreover, when you are performing load testing for your organization, you may not be replicating the real world environment Read more…

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How Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) helps grow Your Business?

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a cloud computing model with the main characteristic that instead of owning and running your facility, servers, and network, you can rent flexible computing capacity when you need it and pay it accordingly. Key Benefits: Reduced acquisition cost since the resources already exist and end customer typically pays for Read more…

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Barriers that Hamper the Adoption of Cloud Computing in IT Industry

Based on the concerns about the lack of clarity regarding data protection, lack of traceability and transparency within cloud services as a whole, as well as the algorithms behind the handling of VM images in particular, are among the barriers that hamper the adoption of cloud computing in IT industry. There are several problematic issues Read more…

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Cloud Computing Stack and Service Classification

The term ‘cloud computing’ is still interpreted as a reincarnation of grid computing. However, the latest concept of cloud computing aims at centralized provisioning of computational resources to multiple remote clients. Clouds consist of pools of easily usable and accessible virtualized resources like hardware, development platforms, and services. This pool of resources is utilized by Read more…

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Analyzing Security Concerns for IaaS Cloud Computing Model

In spite of the rapid expansion of Amazon EC2 1, Microsoft Azure 2, and other Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) technologies, IaaS services continue to be at risk with vulnerabilities at several levels of the software stack. This includes VM side-channel attacks, information leakage, collocated malicious virtual machine instances, and more. In fact, security concerns like unfamiliarity with Read more…

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