Fog computing

Fog computing: decentralised approach for IoT clouds

Traditionally, cloud solutions are designed for central data processing. IoT devices generate data, send it to a central computing platform in the cloud, and await a response. However, with large-scale cloud architectures, such a system inevitably leads to bandwidth problems. For future projects such as connected cities and smart manufacturing, classic cloud computing is a hindrance to growth. The...

Edge computing

Edge Computing – Calculating at the edge of the network

Autonomous cars, intelligent factories and self-regulating supply networks – a dream world for large-scale data-driven projects that will make our lives easier. However, what the cloud model is and how it works is not enough to make these dreams a reality. The challenge of effectively capturing, evaluating and storing mass data requires new data processing concepts. With edge computing, IT...

Comparison of Public Cloud Managed Kubernetes Services

A Comparison of Public Cloud Managed Kubernetes Services

Assuming that you’ve already decided that Kubernetes is the way to go, this article will provide a comparison of public cloud vendors to assist you when deciding where to run Kubernetes. It’s important to understand the main features and capabilities of the main cloud providers before choosing your target platform.

Reverse ARP

RARP: The Reverse Address Resolution Protocol

Out-dated technology can still be interesting. Even though the Reverse Address Resolution Protocol was introduced in 1984, and considered obsolete the following year due to the Bootstrap Protocol, it continued to be used long after. The RARP has not completely disappeared from network technology even today. As the Reverse ARP, this protocol is a counterpart to the Address Resolution Protocol. But...

Infrastructure as Code

Infrastructure as Code (IaC): using code for IT infrastructure management

There has been a significant increase in the demands placed on IT infrastructure. Today, anyone looking to develop and manage software will have basically no chance at being competitive without a flexible and fully scalable hardware infrastructure. It is no coincidence that many companies rely on IaaS resources provided by Google and AWS, to name just a few, which are easier than ever to manage...

What is Kubernetes?

Kubernetes: what can this tool do?

Container technology has revolutionised software development. However, working with multiple containers at the same time can quickly become confusing. Kubernetes provides a solution to this. This orchestration tool allows developers to monitor all containers, effectively scale them and automate lots of work processes. How does Kubernetes do this?

Kubernetes vs. Docker

Kubernetes & Docker: Friend or foe?

If you’re happy with Docker and are already using the container visualiser, you might have thought about trying Kubernetes. But are these two systems actually rivals? Is it a case of Kubernetes vs. Docker? On the contrary, both work really well together. But the container pioneer now also offers its own tool for orchestration with Docker Swarm. So, which is better?

Windows CMD commands

Windows command prompt: CMD commands explained

There are more than 200 CMD commands available with Windows. The command prompt can be used to control large parts of the operating system, computer, or drives. You can also use the Windows “command prompt” commands to organise your files or run network tasks. To do this, though, you have to know the right commands. Here we explain how to use CMD commands and which functions they have. Our article...

Linux vs. Windows

Windows vs. Linux: a comparison

Most PC users are only familiar with Windows in its various versions, but there are alternative operating systems on the market. Linux distributions offer many advantages compared to Microsoft’s product. Nonetheless, there are many things to take into consideration before switching. So, who should you fight for in the great battle – Linux or Windows?


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