When you need to delete your browsing history on Google Chrome or the other major search engines, you get a humorous message that reminds of the possibility of using incognito or private mode. This way, you wouldn’t be stuck with the chore of clearing your browsing history. The browser wouldn’t remember anything.
So, you’re thinking about moving your application to the public cloud and leaning toward Amazon Web Services (AWS) as the best fit?
Well, that is no surprise. More and more businesses are looking to leverage the powerful tools developed by our friends in Seattle. As AWS approaches the $100 billion revenue mark this year, the popularity of the platform is unlikely to change anytime soon.
While on the surface AWS appears easy enough to set up and manage, there are countless deployment decisions one must make to ensure mission-critical apps can withstand a severe outage. The considerations and process for moving to the public cloud should be just as rigorous as any major change to your IT strategy. In lieu of that, here are three common pitfalls you’ll want to avoid.