Criticism Matters on How We Take It.

Does not matter who you are, what position you hold in society or public, criticism for everyone, from public figures to common men, from governments to citizens, exists. The level of criticism depends on the holding positions in hierarchy be it in office, government, society, family, or so on. It is not wrong to say that criticism and positions in the hierarchy are proportional. Can we sit and count how many times we are criticised? Or would we like to recollect all criticisms we have faced? Obviously not, but we do remember those criticisms which changed our life or decision-making … Continue reading Criticism Matters on How We Take It.

What Is a Hybrid Cloud?

A hybrid cloud refers to a combination of public and private computing environment where both public and private clouds are firmly interlinked as one combined infrastructure. It provides management, orchestration, and application portability between them to create a single flexible cloud infrastructure for running the organisation’s workloads. A hybrid cloud service is composed of some combinations of private, public, and community cloud services. The combination may go like at least 1 public cloud and at least 1 private cloud, 2 or more public cloud, or 2 or more private cloud. Hybrid cloud service allows user to extend their capability or … Continue reading What Is a Hybrid Cloud?

Difference Between Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud.

Cloud is certainly one of the trendy technologies and is a shift in the tradition of computing ensuring faster methods of coming up with computing solutions, infrastructure solutions and application layers. Cloud computing is nothing but a model or network where a program or applications accessed by many devices or servers at a time run. In layman language, it is a virtual storage, and can also be accessed remotely. Thus, it rewards users with cost savings, increased productivity, performance, efficiency, and security. Public cloud, Private cloud, and Hybrid cloud are the cloud deployment model. Public Cloud Public cloud is delivered … Continue reading Difference Between Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud.

Good Sleep Welcomes Good Health

A fast-moving era, no time for rest, lucrative environment, lavishing lifestyle may motivate people to work round the clock. Working effortlessly to achieve the desired goal is really appreciable but certainly not at the cost of good health. Good health means total well-being which is the result of a combination of physical, social, emotional, and intellectual factors. The amount of rest and sleep affect emotions and performances, and they are always the key to good health and a happy mood. The more exhausted our brain and body is, the more rest and sleep they need. Most of the adults or … Continue reading Good Sleep Welcomes Good Health

Private Cloud – Definition, Advantages, and Disadvantages.

A Private cloud is a cloud deployment model operated solely for a single organisation which is hosted and managed either internally or by a third party. It is also known as the internal or corporate cloud. It affords many benefits of Public Cloud including additional control and customization available from dedicated resources over a computing infrastructure hosted on-premises. Private clouds are the internet-based platforms allowing the clients or organisations to share computing devices, information, and resources on demand. It means allocating resources and scaling up the entire system based on organisation’s/client’s needs. An organisation can build a private cloud on … Continue reading Private Cloud – Definition, Advantages, and Disadvantages.

Public Cloud: Definition, Features, Advantages, and Disadvantages

The Public cloud is a cloud deployment model that is delivered over the public internet to multiple users or customers by the third-party providers. This can be offered as a paid service or free of charge to anyone who wishes to purchase or use them. Public cloud service providers may offer cloud-based services like Iaas (Infrastructure as a service), Paas (Platform as a service), and Saas (Software as a service) to users on monthly or pay-per-use charges providing no need to hosting these services on-site in their own data center. Public Cloud can save customers or clients from the expensive … Continue reading Public Cloud: Definition, Features, Advantages, and Disadvantages

Diabetes and Mental Health

Maybe it was a sunny, summer day when you found out. Maybe it felt like everyone around you was having the best day ever, while you sat in a chair that was much too hard and a room that was far too cold. Or maybe it was miserable outside. The weather, a reflection of the inner turmoil you felt upon hearing the news. Whatever the weather was that day, the reality is that there is never a “good time” to find out you have diabetes.  Finding out you have diabetes is a life changing experience.  Over 422 million people worldwide have … Continue reading Diabetes and Mental Health

Cloud Computing – A Brief Description.

Cloud computing is the on-demand availability of computer services like data storage, application migration, etc. based on the “pay-as-you-go” model. Instead of saving and recording file/s in hard drives or manually handled registers, cloud-based storage facilitates to save them to a remote database for lifelong. Cloud computing gains popularity for screening and gathering data for fireballs, intrusion identification, counteractive action framework, etc. and rewarding cost savings, increased productivity, performance, efficiency, and security. The availability of cloud-based services is limited to private cloud (single customer based) and public cloud (shared with multiple customers). Cloud computing in layman language is a virtual … Continue reading Cloud Computing – A Brief Description.

Say No To Excess Sugar

Sugar is something which most of us crave for. While intaking such diets, we do not put on the limit because of its taste. We consume sugar mostly after meals like sweets, candies, and drinking products. WHO’s new draft guidelines suggest daily sugar consumption should be limited to 5% or less than 10% which means women need 6 teaspoons (100 calories) of sugar a day and men need 9 teaspoons (150 calories) of sugar a day. Most of people rely on processed food and drinks for their meals and snacks which contains added sugar contributing more calories intake in a … Continue reading Say No To Excess Sugar

Happiness Comes From Solving Problems.

Problems are an eminent part of life. We can not imagine a life without curves or problems. Solving a problem is directly proportional to happiness. The more we solve problems, the happier we are. Solving a problem leads to the birth of another problem and thus, it is an ongoing process. When we start solving a problem on obesity (as an example) new problems like getting up early, and going for work out, finding the right gym, taking proper diets seem challenging, but accepting them and putting continuous effort to cope with these challenges open a way to happiness. We … Continue reading Happiness Comes From Solving Problems.