Without the cloud it is very difficult to store and share the huge volumes of data needed for genome sequencing. Given the sensitivity of human genome data in terms of ownership and privacy, security and compliance are paramount.
Organisations, whose functions are classified as “system relevant” by regulators (hospitals, banks etc.), suppliers to these organisations and those who provide important essential services, need to meet special criteria for business continuity: they need to be up and running again very quickly. In this blog post, we provide answers to the most important questions related to business continuity for cloud systems and services.
In this post, I will show you how to make your application data persist by adding a persistent volume claim to an already deployed pod/container.
In this article I demonstrate how to set up an autoscaler to scale up the pods when the CPU usage exceeds a certain threshold and back down again.
The Kubernetes cloud is the perfect infrastructure for microservices architecture. It provides an out-of-the-box solution to get you up and running quickly on a managed public or on a dedicated private Kubernetes/OpenShift cluster.
Sharing documents with colleagues, customers and suppliers while collaborating on them is part of everyday life in many companies. But is this data exchange also secure? With the “Data Drop” from Safe Swiss Cloud, the data is stored on a private server in your own virtual data center making it easy to collaborate securely.
Use cases for home office, customer interactions, team meetings, bilateral, formal and supplier interactions are determining the requirements for remote working.