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PROCESSING POWER (Chapter 3.3 of “All AWS Data Analytics”)

3.3  PROCESSING POWER When “big data” became “the norm”, it was so large it became difficult to process using traditional database & software techniques. It normally exceeds processing capabilities available on-premises. AWS has computational power that’s second to none. Amazon … Continue reading

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SCALING WORKLOADS (Chapter 3.2 of “All AWS Data Analytics Services”)

3.2  SCALING WORKLOADS Scalability is the capability of a system, network or process to handle a growing amount of work or application traffic. The goal of being scalable is to be able to be available to your customers as demand for … Continue reading

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