Robert Agar

Robert Agar

I am a freelance writer who graduated from Pace University in New York with a Computer Science degree in 1992. Over the course of a long IT career I have worked for a number of large service providers in a variety of roles revolving around data storage and protection. I currently reside in northeastern Pennsylvania where I write from my home office.

Amazon Wins the Job as the PGA Tour's New Caddy

The PGA Tour is committed to enhancing the experience of its fans via a new partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS). They are introducing new ways to provide PGA Tour content to their fanbase who have been restricted from attending tournaments in person due to COVID-19 safety and health protocols. These innovative options offer the Tour’s streaming audience a customizable experience that will complement the eventual return of on-course fans. 

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Why You Should be Developing Cloud-Native Apps

Many factors influence an organization’s decision to take advantage of cloud provider offerings. The cloud provides enhanced flexibility and extensibility when compared to on-premises data centers. Companies enjoy economic benefits by exhibiting granular control over resource utilization and only paying for what they use. Housing systems in the cloud also make them more easily accessible by the growing population of remote workers. 

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The Best Ways to Control Cloud Sprawl

Server sprawl is a problem that can plague any large or complex computing environment. The issue can start small with a developer standing up a test instance of a database that gets forgotten after a few weeks or months. In addition to the monetary expense of the licensing necessary to run the instance, it probably has been added to backup or monitoring schedules. This leads to unnecessary work that wastes storage space and computing cycles. It also adds pointless complexity to the task of managing the environment efficiently.

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