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Cloud Computing learn quickly top Terminology you need

Cloud computing is a big ocean. Due to increased services, a developer must know handy about all the glossary or keywords involved.


1) AWS
Amazon Web services

2) Content delivery network (CDN)
It is a distributed system. Servers are located in remote locations. Customers feel that they are accessing the servers by.

3) Cloud
A global network to access the resources.

4) Cloud portability
The feature to move data from one Cloud provider to another provider.

5)
Cloudsourcing
Moving traditional IT operations to Cloud computing.

6) Cloud storage
It is a service providing to users to store data using the internet or other private networks.

7) Cloudware
It is a Software that helps to run user applications in cloud computing.

8) Cluster
A group of small computers connected together to form a Single big computer. High availability and load balancing are the main benefits.

9) Consumer cloud
The cloud provider offers service to individual users. You can call it as consumer cloud.

10) Consumption-based pricing mode…

Python top two ideas you need to Compare Strings

In Python, you can compare two strings how you would do on numbers. Python is stricter on string comparison. It identifies any small differences in strings. So Python is case sensitive while comparing it checks for identical ones.
Python follow-suite other languages. It compares strings for exact equals. Else, treat them as different strings.Python String Comparison Extra spacesUppercase or Lowercase#1 Example >>> a = "Virginia" >>> b = "virginia" >>> a == b False 
The strings a and b are looking similar. But there is case sensitive difference. Python checks for extra white spaces as well as Upper or Lowe case letters.
#2 Example>>> greet1 = "Hello " >>> greet2 = "Hello" >>> greet1== greet2 False
The greet1 has space at the end whereas greet2 does not. Python looks at whitespace when comparing strings, so the two aren’t considered equal.