As pretty well any IT person knows, VMware is the leader and industry standard in hypervisor technology. Companies have been building and running applications in their own data centers using the VMware vSphere hypervisor for years. The tools are mature, staff are highly trained managing VMware workloads, and companies understand how to manage security, maintain […]
After working off and on for a couple of weeks I finally got one of my WordPress web sites RideOK.com migrated to Amazon Web Services. And it is FAST! For this first migration I installed WordPress on a t2.micro EC2 instance. I was a bit concerned that it might not have enough performance, but so […]
Yesterday I installed a 3CX VoIP PBX for a client in Edmond. It was fairly easy to install and worked fantastic, allowing users to receive office phone calls at their desk or on their cell phones just like they were in the office.
Learning to deal with Amazon Security Keys is integral to using Amazon Web Services. Think of security keys as paswords, and treat them as such. It took me several days to figure out the various types of security keys used by Amazon and how to implement them in my workflow.
I programmed my 20TB Synology RAID to back up all data to Amazon Glacier. It was simple and so far works great.