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Choosing the right cloud platform provider can be a daunting task. Take the big three, AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform; each offer a huge number of products and services, but understanding how they enable your specific needs is not easy. Since most organisations plan to migrate existing applications it is important to understand how […]


Choosing the right cloud platform provider can be a daunting task. Take the big three, AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform; each offer a huge number of products and services, but understanding how they enable your specific needs is not easy. Since most organisations plan to migrate existing applications it is important to understand how […]


Choosing the right cloud platform provider can be a daunting task. Take the big three, AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform; each offer a huge number of products and services, but understanding how they enable your specific needs is not easy. Since most organisations plan to migrate existing applications it is important to understand how […]


In this series, we’re comparing cloud services from AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform. A full breakdown and comparison of cloud providers and their services are available in this handy poster. We have assessed services across three typical migration strategies: Lift and shift – the cloud service can support running legacy systems with minimal change […]


AWS vs Azure vs Google Cloud Platform

by Jess Panni

Choosing the right cloud platform provider can be a daunting task. Take the big three, AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform; each offers a huge number of products and services, but understanding how they enable your specific needs is not easy. Since most organisations plan to migrate existing applications it is important to understand how […]


It’s #FinTechWeek in the UK, which means it’s the perfect time to share a customer story; for the past 3 years endjin have been helping Hymans Robertson, a market leading actuarial consultancy who have realigned their business towards innovation, placing FinTech and the cloud at the heart of their offerings in the emerging API, Data, […]


As I mentioned in a previous post (and also covered by Matthew) at the start of every year we clean up our core intellectual property (~100 projects), and re-evaluate our tool-chain. NuGet Packages are now the de facto standard (for better or worse) in the .NET ecosystem, and have become one of the biggest causes […]


Azure Batch – Time is Money in Big Compute

by James Broome

Earlier in the year, endjin worked with the Azure Batch Product Team to run a series of experiments against the Azure Batch service using a framework we developed for performing scale, soak and performance tests. We’ve had conversations with a number of organisations over the last 5 years who have scaled their compute intensive workloads (SAS, […]


This blog is an addendum to Richard’s recent post about using Azure Automation to run VMs during office hours only. As Richard explains, you can use Azure Automation to create runbooks which contain PowerShell Workflows with the functionality you want to implement (e.g. starting and stopping a virtual machine or cloud service), and link those […]