AWS Hybrid Cloud Testing – Part 7 – Cross Region Replication for S3 Bucket across Different AWS Accounts

Consider the below scenario: You are a staff of a company called ABCD Ltd which has its HQ in in Sydney, Australia. Part of the call center system and support services have been outsourced to a company called XYZ Ltd in Singapore. This means L2 support services are being offered by staff out of Singapore….

AWS Hybrid Cloud Testing – Part 2 – Host Static Website on S3 Bucket

[This post has been revised with new content] Because of how inexpensive s3 buckets are for storing/retrieving objects, it has become a very attractive option for hosting static websites. Examples of static website are like this blog site, sites with information and so forth. There are mainly two ways to host a static website in…

Get Certified to learn how to test AWS Hybrid Cloud

I have said it often enough: The era of black box testing is over! The pace at which technology is evolving and business is moving towards a micro-service based architecture, as a test analyst you need to evolve too. AWS is the prime candidate, The fact that AWS provides all the infrastructure at a very…

Cloud Containerisation: Red Hat Openshift vs Kubernetes EKS on AWS

Cloud Containerisation is the next big thing in the IT industry. Now that IBM and Red Hat have merged under one organization, Red Hat Openshift with IBM Cloud Pack is now being offered as an integrated containerisation solution. However since the merge is in its early stages, Red Hat Openshift and IBM Cloud Pack are…

Do’s and Don’ts of Hybrid Cloud Transformation

If you have not come across the terms “cloud” or “cloud transformation” so far in your career, then you are in the wrong profession. Every Tier 1 to Tier 3 companies around the world are organizing themselves to move to cloud over the next 18 months to 5 years. Why? Because of below: you no…