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#knowledgesharing

We love to pass on our knowledge: We bring together our entire cloud know-how in fascinating specialist articles where we share our knowledge. So you can learn from our expertise as well.

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Disaster Recovery Plan

How does data replication work?

A disaster has hit your data center. Now all your important data is gone because the system crashed. With a disaster recovery plan for your data center, this wouldn’t have happened. How exactly does data replication work? Learn more in our latest blog.
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Green Cloud Computing

What can each of us do for a greener cloud?

In her blog, Anda explains the concept of cloud computing and what we can all contribute to a “green cloud”.
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Mulit-Cloud vs. CAF

AWS Cloud Adoption Framework explained

In his blog post “Multi-Cloud vs. AWS Cloud Adoption Framework” Filip gives some food for thought on choosing the right cloud strategy. (The blog reflects Filip’s personal opinion).
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Cloud Migration

AWS Landingzone Framework

In our latest blog, Dino shows you how we supported our partner, Begasoft AG, along their migration to the AWS Cloud
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CASE STUDY SBB

The connectivity problem

On their journey to the Cloud, many companies face the challenge of having to interconnect multiple on-premises workloads with their cloud workloads. Our case study shows you how we solved this challenge with Amazon Web Services (AWS) Transit Gateway that enables organizations to interconnect a large number of Amazon VPDs and on-premises networks.
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Cloudcademy Bootcamps

Get a detailed introduction, benefit from a range of hands-on lab exercises and in‑person advice. We take the time to deal with all your questions and put our heart and soul into ensuring you’re aware of the latest trends. At the end of each bootcamp you will receive a Cloudcademy certification including a great Cloudcademy water bottle.

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