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    SearchCloudComputing3,830 pointsBadges:
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    With speed and a modest price tag, Google Nearline is emerging as a serious competitor to Amazon's Glacier cloud archiving system.

    SearchCloudComputing3,830 pointsBadges:
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    Beth Pariseau8,370 pointsBadges:
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    Without encryption for data at rest, is encrypting data in transit with Amazon Aurora enough, or is it worth waiting for AWS Key Management System integration?

    SearchCloudComputing3,830 pointsBadges:

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