Chef: Chef is a configuration and management technology used for automation purposes. It is used for the task of configuring and managing the organization’s server. It can easily integrate with any of the cloud providers. It is also used in DevOps to deploy and manage servers and applications.
The following is the architecture of Chef:
Amazon Route 53 is a very highly available and scalable cloud Domain Name System(DNS) web service which is specifically designed to provide developers and business owners a very reliable and cost-efficient way to route end users to the Web Applications.
Amazon Route 53 performs three main functions:
Domain Registration: Amazon Route 53 lets us register domain names, such as ‘www.example.com’.
DNS Service: Amazon Route 53 translates the domain names like above into IP addresses like ‘192.0.2.1’. It responds to DNS queries using a global network of authorative DNS servers which helps in reducing latency.
The race for leadership in public cloud computing is a fierce: Amazon Web Services(AWS) vs. Microsoft Azure vs. Google Cloud Platform(GCP). Clearly these three top cloud companies hold a commanding lead in the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) markets.
AWS is particularly dominant. According to report from Synergy Research Group, in 2020, “Amazon growth continued to closely mirror overall market growth so it maintained its 33% share of the worldwide [cloud] market. …
FC SAN provides a high-performance infrastructure for the movement of localized data. Organizations are now looking for ways to transport data over a long distance between their SANs present at multiple geographic locations. One of the best ways to achieve this goal is to interconnect geographically distanced SANs through reliable and high-speed links. This approach consists of transporting the FC block data through the IP infrastructure. FCIP is a tunneling protocol that helps distributed FC SANs to be interconnected over the existing IP-based networks.
FCIP is extensively used in disaster recovery implementations in which data is duplicated to the storage…