Imagine waking up at 4 am and 5 am. Shocked? Not a big deal most of us will be. For us, morning sleep is the loveliest event not to compromise with. Despite loving the sunrise and sun kisses we hate to wake up early. But honestly, we all agree that the morning is serene, beautiful, tranquil, and soothing, aren’t we? Is it really impossible or insane to get up at 5 am or even earlier in the morning? Think of the complacency of relief on getting up early in the morning, say 4 am or 5 am, before anything is … Continue reading Wake Up Early to Boost Your Day.
In some conversations we may have encountered with sentences like ‘hey, you are doing great, congratulations for achieving all this at a young age but I was younger than you’, ‘you know, for me, everything is easy because I am way more experienced than others’, ‘I am the only one capable or eligible for this work’. These may sound self-obsessed, self-centered, and proudly stated. Actually, these are too proudly stated. Bragging means to talk too proudly about something one owns or something one has done. The primary focus always remains on achievements instead of hard work and efforts. It also … Continue reading Are You in the Habit of Bragging?
Virtualisation is creating a virtual version of something i.e. converting physical IT resources into virtual IT resources. IT resources like servers, storage, network, power can be virtualised. Virtualisation process starts with the allocation of IT resources followed by the installation of an operating system. Virtualisation software operates on a physical server called a host or physical host. Virtualisation software sometimes called a Virtual Machine Monitor/Manager (VMM) or commonly as a Hypervisor and its functionality encompasses system services that are strictly related to virtual machine management that does not find on standard operating systems. This technology also enables different virtual servers … Continue reading Virtualisation Technology: An Overview
Battles within and without start with our birth. Nobody on this planet is free from conflict. Conflict is a part of life, in one line, it is an uninvited association from birth to die which everyone has to participate in. Our hearts and minds are battlegrounds and we are warriors, and at every stage we fight to win, to achieve better result, to be comparatively good, to get respect, to bring changes in the society, and to conquer so many things floating in the air. Yes, That’s the truth. Most of us fail to accept or we can say unwilling … Continue reading Internal Conflict – A Battle Within.
Culture is the widening of the mind and of the spirit – Jawahar Lal Nehru Culture, according to the dictionary, is the customs, beliefs, ideas, etc. of a particular society or country. But it has expanded itself to be considered as social behaviour and norms found in human societies and share the same characteristics and knowledge among a group of people. Culture is not an invention but a cultivation that makes it a ‘way of life’ for human beings living in a particular society and country. There are so many cultures in the world and it is often said that … Continue reading How culture influences our lifestyles.
Is there a parameter to measure a healthy lifestyle? Does anything like a perfect lifestyle exist? Though I believe perfectionism does not exist but the best among something. There are many roads to a healthy lifestyle and for this, one should also focus on a stable, calm and serene mind, focused thoughts along with physical fitness and food habits. Meditation is one such route. Meditation is a practice of focusing the mind on a particular object, thoughts, or activity to train awareness, observation, consciousness, and attention, and to achieve mental stability, calm and tranquil emotion. It is defined and characterised … Continue reading Practice Meditation for a Healthy Lifestyle.
Cloud computing was a rare name in the corporate and commercial arena until 2006 when Amazon launched its ‘Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)’. Since then cloud computing has become popular day-by-day and gained the status of ‘the most reliable and necessary resources’ in the commercial world. Cloud computing offers ease to scalability and elasticity for IT-enabled capabilities in a pay-per-use, or self-service way and safely transfers data from physical locations to the cloud that can be accessed remotely. The cloud models also have essential characteristics. Cloud providers and consumers can assess these characteristics either individually or collectively or both to consider … Continue reading Characteristics of Cloud Computing
Cloud services are delivered by a specific and a pre-packaged combination of IT resources known as cloud delivery models offered by a cloud provider. A cloud delivery model is also considered as a cloud service delivery model. The common type of cloud delivery models which are widely accepted and established: Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) Software-as-a-service (SaaS) These three models are interrelated in terms of encompassing one-another and have their own sets of benefits that could serve the needs of various businesses. Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) – It is a complete IT environment, includes hardware, software, network, connectivity, operating systems, and other raw … Continue reading Cloud Delivery Models
Excuses, excuses, excuses, too much of it. Stop making this. I am fed up with your excuses. Now, remember, no more excuses. Ain’t these words familiar to everyone? How many times we listened to them matters less than the number of times we tried not to listen to them again. Making excuses is quite usual for sometimes it is a routine. Everyone makes it, some are good at making it while some get caught in the process. Excuses are meant to defend or hide faults. They are explanations or reasons put forward to justify faults or offenses or mistakes. Blaming … Continue reading No More Excuses. Stop Making Them.
How often do you read books? Are you in the habit of reading books? Is it okay for you to spend more time on social media than to read magazines or articles? When was the last time you read a book, article, magazine, etc? Well, I believe the answer will differ from person to person. But most of the people love to be in their comfort zone and do not wish to develop new habits, and they find reading boring, time-consuming, not possible after a certain age, and make excuses like difficult to carry books, get sleep soon after picking … Continue reading The Importance of Reading Books.