Cloud computing is the distribution of different computing services or resources (storage, networking, analytics, software, intelligence, servers, disaster recovery technology, security, etc.) through the Internet.
Cloud computing changed the model of hiring these services. Clients don’t have to buy, own and maintain data centers and servers. Instead, they can have access to the specific services they require on-demand. As a result, clients’ operation costs can be lowered, and they can access an efficient and modern infrastructure.
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Benefits of cloud computing.
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Pretty much all the time, there’s an interaction between the browsers and servers. This communication is triggered every time someone in the world requests a website. Servers have their own way of informing the status of that request: the HTTP codes. There are five HTTP code categories. Statuses are expressed through three numbers. The first number indicates the type of status.
- 1XX, informational responses.
- 2XX, successful responses.
- 3XX, redirects.
- 4XX, client errors (like error 404).
- 5XX, server errors.
What is error 404?
Error 404 means “not found”. It is a type of HTTP response status code that points to the category of “client errors”.
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Enterprise DNS (domain name system) is a high-level DNS service specially focused on large enterprises with big needs. Enterprise DNS implementation offers to resolve internal and external requests for enterprises in an efficient, scalable, secure, automatable, and centrally managed way. Enterprises need a reliable DNS architecture to operate, bullet-proof security, redundancy, speed, 100% uptime… and more capabilities that domain registrars’ DNS can’t guarantee exclusively for a single client.
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Today we are going to talk about Cloud Computing. It is the practice of using outside servers that are connected to the Internet for storing data, managing the data, information processing, and other tasks. The most popular types of Cloud Computing are SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS. Let’s see the differences.
When you have your own server hosted on-site, you will be responsible for all of the following categories:
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What does IPAM mean?
IPAM is short for IP Address Management. It is a method of IP scanning and IP address tracking. It manages the data correlated with a network’s Internet Protocol address range and IPAM system. As a result, administrators are able to guarantee that the list of assignable IP addresses is up to date and enough with IPAM software and IP tools. It comes to make things simple and automates the management of many duties for maintaining IPs. With the IPAM network, are also common functionalities, such as managing reservations in DHCP, reporting, and data collection.
Benefits of IPAM
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Whether you own a personal blog or a big e-shop, you have to use a DNS service to be reachable online. Premium DNS service is paid, but the benefits of using it are numerous. So let’s explain a little bit more about it.
Premium DNS explained
Premium DNS is a service, which provides excellent features. It helps your site to operate smoothly. This service guarantees so much more than a free service. So what can you expect from it? It includes:
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The DNS CAA record helps domain name owners to take control over SSL certificates. You can decide which CA is allowed to issue them and also what kind of type of certificate.
The DNS CAA record was first described in 2013. From September 2017, Certificate Authorities are required to check it before issuing any certificate. So let’s explain a little bit more about it.
Here you can find more detailed information about the DNS CAA record!
DNS CAA record explained
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