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When cloud services go down, the IT community takes notice. Find out what went wrong in the most high-profile cloud computing outages and how each company resolved its issues.
A leap year date glitch caused a 12-hour outage to Microsoft customers' ability to manage Windows Azure services. Does anyone remember Y2K?
Microsoft's Windows Azure outage wasn't as bad as it could have been, but the company's post mortem should have come out quicker, Azure customers say.
Security measures that safeguard access keys when using Amazon Web Services include training developers and defining identity and access management policies. Review even more ways in this tip.
Route 53 is an Amazon service that gets less attention than some of the others, but that doesn't mean it's not important. This scalable DNS service can improve network availability and reliability.
David Linthicum reviews the benefits of database choices from Amazon Web Services and the advantages of leveraging object storage like Simple Storage Service as a storage category.
We explain the two components of a virtual machine -- the host and the guest -- in this installment of virtualization explained series.
After you set up a Xen virtual machine, you need to know how to manage it. This tip goes over the management options offered by the xm utility, a powerful command line tool.
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