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AWS EC2 Real Story on Elastic Cloud Computing

The short name for Amazon Elastic Computing Cloud is EC2. You can keep this point as an interview question. The computing capacity has an elastic property. Based on your requirement you can increase or decrease computing power.
You need to be very attentive when you enable Auto scaling feature. It is a responsibility on Admins. Amazon AWS EC2Making your existing hardware to the requirement, always is not so easy. So the EC2 feature in AWS helps you to allocate computing power according to your needs. AWS EC2 instance acts as your physical server.It has memory.You can increase the instance size in terms of CPU, Memory, Storage and GPU.EC2 auto scaling is a property, where it automatically increase your computing power. List of Top Security Features in EC2  1#. Virtual Private CloudThe responsibility of Virtual Private Cloud, is to safeguard each instance separately. That means, you cannot access others instance, which is already created by other organization.
2#. Network Access Control L…

5 top Data Storage Patterns to handle variety of data

Data is now a variety of patterns. Data is now more than just plain text, it can exist in various persistence-storage mechanisms, with Hadoop distributed file system (HDFS) being one of them.

The way data is ingested or the sources from which data is ingested affects the way data is stored. On the other hand, how the data is pushed further into the downstream systems or accessed by the data access layer decides how the data is to be stored.
Role of RDBMS The need to store huge volumes of data has forced databases to follow new rules of data relationships and integrity that are different from those of relational database management systems (RDBMS). RDBMS follow the ACID rules of atomicity, consistency, isolation, and durability.

These rules make the database reliable to any user of the database. However, searching huge volumes of big data and retrieving data from them would take large amounts of time if all the ACID rules were enforced.
A typical scenario is when we search for a certain…