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Creating a MySQL Instance Using AWS RDS and Accessing it Using MySQL client

  
  
  

In this article, I will discuss how to create a MySQL database using AWS RDS. Once we have the instance ready, I will walk you through how you can access and use this created instance using MySQL, our workbench or any MySQL client tool.

Clearpath Update - April 2014

  
  
  

Industry Updates

Disaster Recovery Forecast: Cloudy with the Chance of Longevity

  
  
  

Disaster recovery (DR) is about preparing for and recovering your organization’s vital technology infrastructure after a disaster. Any event that has a negative impact on your organization's continuity or finances could be termed a disaster. This could be hardware or software failure, a network outage, a power outage, physical damage to a building like fire or flooding, human error, or some other significant disaster. While traditional disaster recovery options have been expensive, unreliable and time consuming, cloud computing makes disaster recovery affordable, reliable and fast. At Clearpath, we leverage the power of the cloud for various disaster recovery scenarios because it provides our team with the ability to finely tune the costs and performance of the solution to meet the specific needs of our customers. Keep in mind, disaster recovery does not have to be an all or nothing thing. Choose what needs to failover and what does not, some systems are more important than others for your business to continue operations.

Clearpath Update - March 2014

  
  
  

Industry Updates

7 Best Practices for Building in the Cloud

  
  
  

Imagine a man on a road crew was given the job of painting the yellow lines down the middle of a highway. On his first day he managed to paint six miles of lines on the highway; the next day he managed to knock out three miles; and the following day he was only able to cover less than a mile. Frustrated with the decrease in performance day over day, the company foreman asked the man why he kept painting less each day. The man replied "I just can't do any better. Each day I keep getting farther away from the paint can."

Clearpath Update – February 2014

  
  
  

Today, I'm pleased to announce a few changes at Clearpath some which are still in process and some pending over the next month. We also had a great 2013, so I’m sharing some of those details as well.

Clearpath January 2014 - News & Events

  
  
  

Industry Updates

VMware Purchases AirWatch
VMware recently acquired AirWatch, a mobile device management company that will help give VMware a foothold in mobility as well as furthering its end-user computing strategy. Mobile device management has become an increasingly sought after capability. More and more organization are seeking mobile device management combined with content management and collaboration. Read more.

Amazon Lowers Prices Again
Effective February 1st, pricing of storage for Amazon S3 and Amazon EBS will be reduced. Amazon announced two new sizes for Amazon EC2 M3 instances: m3.medium and m3.large with 1 and 2 vCPUs respectively. Amazon S3 storage prices will drop up to 22%.  Read more.





Clearpath Receives SSAE 16 Type 2 SOC 1 Reports Reviewing 2013

  
  
  

I’m pleased to announce that Clearpath has received SSAE 16 Type 2 SOC 1 reports documenting the suitability of design and effectiveness of our controls to achieve related control objectives.  The reports cover a broad range of financial auditing requirements for U.S. and International auditing bodies.

Hot-Sparing Rules for VNX2

  
  
  

As a VAR, Clearpath strives to add value through solid presales architecture, capacity planning, and design work as much as we bring our technical excellence to post-sales implementation and consulting work. Our multi-disciplinary approach allows our engineers to specialize in a specific practice (storage, virtualization, networking), while also bringing knowledge in one or more other areas, or teaming with engineers who complement us in another practice. You’ll see this approach as a customer, and if you were to pull back the curtains on our internal communications, you’d see the same interdisciplinary collaboration between our engineers. This is one of the ways we have of keeping us sharp on best practices, new techniques, and creative solutions to customer problems.

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Getting Started with the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio

  
  
  

In this article, I will take you through the steps of downloading and installing the Amazon Web Services (AWS) toolkit for Microsoft Visual Studio. After installing the toolkit for AWS, I will show a sample operation of creating an AWS RDS instance using the AWS toolkit for Microsoft Visual Studio.

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