VANCOUVER – April 4, 2018 – TriNimbus a leading DevOps service provider, announced today that it has achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Microsoft Workloads Competency for Application Modernization. TriNimbus is the first Canadian AWS Partner Network (APN) member to receive this designation, which recognizes that the company provides deep knowledge and expertise to help customers design, migrate, deploy, and manage Microsoft-based applications on AWS.
Every so often there is a game changer in technology to which everyone is drawn to or at the minimum by which everyone has been impacted or is going to be. About 5 years ago, such a massively sweeping game changer has been cloud computing (where Amazon Web Services has undoubtedly become one of the primary drivers of such a trend); and in the past 2 years, it is container -- or synonymously known as -- “Docker.” Read the full post »
I had a great time attending the BSides Vancouver Cyber Security Conference last week. If you’re not familiar with BSides, it is a community driven security conference born in 2009 from a collection of speakers who could not be fit into the Black Hat conference due to time constraints. Read the full post »
The continuous growth in Amazon’s Big Data analytics portfolio is not surprising with the breadth of services it offers, such as Amazon Athena, Amazon Redshift, Amazon Kinesis, and AWS Glue. While these solutions are all great, they do not always work for large on-prem Hadoop migrations. This is mainly due to the fact that the on-prem analytics pipeline relies on Hadoop and Spark jobs, and code change is not always a valid option due to various constraints.