Azure AD SSO & AWS – Connecting the Rivals

Being part of Mismo Systems, I am fortunate enough to get to work on a diverse set of projects. Few technologies that we see deployed often are Microsoft 365 and EC2, S3 on AWS. Microsoft 365 is growing in stature in the Enterprise space when it comes to Identity and Single Sign-On. Microsoft has worked hard to make it ridiculously simple to integrate with SaaS, Public…

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A quick look at the 4 Most Used Services on Microsoft Azure

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1. Azure Compute Azure compute is an on-demand computing service for running cloud-based applications. Azure compute service can be divided broadly into three categories. Infrastructure as a service Virtual Machine: It is an IaaS service that allows us to deploy and manage VMs inside a virtual network (VNet). The most fundamental building block is the Azure virtual machine. We don’t need to buy any physical hardware and bear its maintenance…

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Cloud Security – A shared responsibility

We see all businesses small or big, consuming cloud technology in one or another way. The pandemic has increased the adoption substantially and before that security was one of the drivers of moving to the cloud. While we help businesses to realize the benefits of cloud technologies, we are concerned about their misunderstanding (especially small & medium) that moving to the cloud will take away their…

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Breakout Rooms and Its Usage – Microsoft Teams

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In this blog, we are going to discuss a feature provided by Microsoft teams known as Breakout rooms. Also, we will focus on how we can create and manage it with a proper set of procedures. To be able for this feature to work seamlessly you must be the meeting organizer and use the Teams, desktop client, to access the breakout rooms option and to manage…

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Is Cloud cheaper than On-premises Data Centres?

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Cloud has bloomed over the last decade, according to Goldman’s analysts almost 23% of IT workloads now live on Public clouds, and expected to reach 45% in the next 4 years, with the cloud service market reaching a valuation of $1 trillion. What is the driving force behind this immense growth? The major factors are Cost, Security, and Accessibility. Cost is the main factor that most…

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Amazon CloudFront

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Amazon CloudFront is a brisk Content Delivery Network (CDN) service that safely transfers data, videos, applications, and Application Programming Interface (APIs) to patrons all around the world with low latency, high transfer speeds, in an environment that is developer-friendly.CloudFront is amalgamated with AWS- both are physical locations directly linked to the AWS global infrastructure, plus other services provided by AWS. CloudFront works immaculately with services like…

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Hosting with Transparency, Compliance, and Security

We help customers host applications on the cloud, this includes accounting systems including Tally, ERP software including SAP, and Navision. We host workloads only with leading public cloud providers which are Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). We ensure that the solution is compliant from the licensing standpoint of both cloud providers (e.g., Microsoft) and business systems (e.g., Tally or NAV).…

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Future of Cloud Computing

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Cloud computing has established itself as the inevitable future when it comes to IT services. This picture becomes much clearer when we take a glimpse at some of the prominent cloud statistics such as, “one-third of companies’ total IT budget is allocated to cloud services” or Cisco’s statement saying that “94% of the world’s workload will be run on the cloud by 2021”. If we take…

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AWS Security Features

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The Amazon Web Services (AWS) in terms of security follow a shared responsibility model. So, the security ‘of’ the cloud is on the shoulders of AWS, whereas you and your organization’s development team have to look after the security “in” the cloud. Hence, the protection of the infrastructure of the cloud, including hardware, software, and networking falls under the territory of AWS. All the other security objectives, including…

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Azure vs AWS

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It’s Azure vs AWS!! Read this blog to know the major differences between Azure & AWS. What is Azure? Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying and managing applications and services through Microsoft-managed data centres. Founded in 2010, it can be operated on both Linux and Microsoft. Azure is a uniquely powerful offering because of its builder, Microsoft. Azure…

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