Cloud Encyclopedia - A quick guide to the cloud | ORBIT

Cloud Encyclopedia: a quick guide to the cloud

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  • Cloud Storage | ORBIT Cloud Encyclopedia
  • Why create cloud native applications | ORBIT Cloud Encyclopedia
  • Vulnerability scanning or how to prevent security threats in the public cloud | ORBIT Cloud Encyclopedia
  • How NIS2 can help you improve your cyber security
  • Cloud compliance 2023: what did last year bring and what will and (probably) won't pass us by this year | ORBIT Cloud Encyclopedia
  • Cloud Management 1: Don't Patch, Redeploy! | Cloud Encyclopedia
  • Transferring personal data to the US: how to navigate the rules | ORBIT Cloud Encyclopedia
  • What awaits Czech insurance companies under the EU digital strategy (including from the CNB) | ORBIT


Awareness of cloud services, their purpose, advantages and disadvantages is often superficial and fragmented in our region. That's why Encyclopedia of Cloud was created - a series of articles by Orbit tribesmen that will reliably introduce anyone interested in the Czech market to the issues of cloud IT services.

As ORBIT, we have been involved in cloud services for years. Every year we implement large and small IT change projects that are closely related to the cloud environment (whether in AWS cloud, Azure cloud or other providers).

During our daily contact with customers, we became aware of a previously unheard demand for a certain guidebookif you want guides to the cloud world. Many managers and IT specialists find it difficult to wade through the flood of articles of varying levels and difficulty.

The aim of this series is not to present all cloud services in detail, but help readers to understand the services, understand their purpose and provide an expert perspective on the options offered (at least as far as the services of the major providers in our region, i.e. Microsoft and Amazon, are concerned).

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