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3 Options for Migrating Applications to the Cloud: Rehost, Replatform, and Refactor
As part of the digital transformation, companies are moving their infrastructure and applications to the…
How to Access an EC2 Instance in a Private Subnet from the Internet
If you’re here, you’re probably experiencing a common issue: trying to access a certain port…
Why Companies Run Windows Workloads on AWS
IDC recently produced a report analyzing the Windows Server Market (access a summary here). The…
Step-by-Step Guide for Setting Up a Logi Application on AWS
Earlier this year, we wrote a blog about how to use AWS Auto Scaling with…
A Benchmark Comparison Between Spark SQL and Redshift Cluster
We recently set up a Spark SQL (Spark) and decided to run some tests to…
The Secrets to Setting up a Spark SQL in AWS Elastic Map Reduce
Spark SQL (Spark) provides powerful data querying capabilities without the need for a traditional relational…
Check Out Our New Case Study: dbSeer Migrates Subject7 to Amazon RDS
Hey there! This summer, dbSeer has been keeping pretty busy. We completed a database migration…
Data Architecture
Delivering on the AWS Promise: 60 Times Faster at 10% of the Cost
We’ve got some pretty exciting news to share. Earlier this year, we completed a Migration…
How to Architecture Your AWS RDS Platform (Architecture Blueprint)
Amazon RDS is a managed relational database service that provides multiple familiar database engines to choose…
How to Use AWS Auto Scaling With Logi Analytics Applications
Managing web traffic is a critical part of any web application, and load balancing is…
Self Service
A Magic Bean No More: Self-Service BI
Self-service business intelligence (BI) is all the rage. If Google analytics is any indication, it…
How to Structure Your Machine Learning Projects – Part 4- Model Improvement Methods
Overview Machine learning algorithms, while powerful, are not perfect, or at least not perfect “right…

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