Why have we created Cloud Computing Central community?

In the last few years people and organizations started to adopt Cloud Computing as an industry standard, some organizations decided to say in public “We are Cloud first organization”, others started with developers environments and pre-production workloads and now moving the entire infrastructure to the Cloud.

When we asked people to recommend us for good community with active users and great discussion the response was “LinkedIn group are pretty much broken” or “Active group in LinkedIn, seems to be pretty much an oxymoron these days”.

We have created Cloud Computing Central for Cloud experts around the world to contribute knowledge and guidance to other Cloud users who want to adopt the Cloud or having trouble understanding key features in the various cloud providers.
If you want to share your Cloud knowledge,  join us today as Cloud expert and start to contribute technical articles, HOW-TO guides and much more via “submit article” page
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Monitor and Visualize Training Metrics of your Machine Learning Models with Amazon SageMaker and Amazon CloudWatch
Amazon SageMaker can now publish training metrics to Amazon CloudWatch in real-time. You can then use CloudWatch to query, monitor, and visualize your Amazon SageMaker...
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Amazon CloudFront announces support for Origin Failover
Starting today, you can enable Origin Failover for your Amazon CloudFront distributions to improve the availability of content delivered to your end users.
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Amazon CloudFront announces support for the WebSocket protocol
You can now use Amazon CloudFront for applications using the WebSocket protocol to provide improved performance and security to your end users.
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Celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Amazon CloudFront by launching six new Edge locations
Amazon CloudFront announces six new Edge locations, across four continents. In the United States, the new locations are in Chicago, Newark, and Ashburn. Internationally, the...
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Amazon Neptune Now Supports HTTPS for Encrypted Client Connections
Amazon Neptune now allows you to use HTTPS to encrypt data in transit between your graph database clients and the Neptune service endpoints. This enhancement...
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Service Bus name changes
Effective January 1, 2019, the names for Azure Service Bus Messaging will change. If you have any billing routines that rely on names, please update...
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Cloud Computing Glossary

Introducing Cloud Computing Glossary!
Cloud Computing Central pleased to provide this comprehensive glossary, which defines the key terminology that applies to cloud computing and software as a service (SaaS). The purpose of our cloud computing glossary is to help our users better understand the cloud computing paradigm.

The terms in our glossary are complete definitions that accurately describe cloud computing and its related terms and concepts.

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