What is AWS?
AWS is Amazon Web Services. They offer a set of products and services that include (1) “compute, storage, database, analytic’s, application, and deployment services that help organizations move faster, lower IT costs, and scale applications.”
No need for Amazon, I have my own data center’s Continue reading “What is AWS, a partner in business or a Borg Cube?”
Blogging today comes in many forms. Personal blogs, business blogs, micro blogging platforms like Twitter and Tumblr, Some have advertisements, others not. It’s up to each person or business to decide what content they are going to publish. Blogs can be specific to a technology, vendor, topic, or a mixture of everything. Continue reading “What Blogging is for me?”
Latency, in regards to networking, is the time from when a source sends a packet and the destination receives it. It can be measured one way or round trip. Continue reading “What is Latency?”
There are multiple versions of RSS which include three different definitions to the acronym. Whether you call it RDF Site Summary, Rich Site Summary, or Really Simple Syndication, RSS refers to an XML file format popularly used to distribute web content. Continue reading “What is RSS?”
It’s easier to think of why we need or how we use networks.
- You need to share a document with a coworker in another location.
- You need to video conference with your family while on a business trip
- You need to print on the printer on the other side of the building or the other side of the planet.
Do you see the pattern? Continue reading “What is a network?”