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TRAI Wants To Regulate $1.8 Bn Cloud Services Market In IndiaCloud has been the buzzword since last few years in India. Cloud based software, services, platform and infrastructure has witnessed quantum leaps in terms of growth, as now almost everything related to IT is based on Cloud.
In their report, Gartner analysed that public Cloud services market in India will reach $1.8 billion by the end of 2017, and as per 451 Research, India will soon become a powerhouse of Cloud computing in Asia-Pacific, on-par with China.
Govt. of India understands this fact, and they are aware that the future of computing is Cloud. And precisely this is the reason that Telecom Authority Of India (TRAI) now wants to regulate Cloud computing services in India, and the first step has already been taken.

Interestingly, the recent initiatives of regulating massive Cloud services market is not that vocal, compared to their intentions of regulating OTT players in India (which received considerable opposition).

Rather, TRAI is taking a ‘light touch approach’ to tackle this situation. Will it work?

TRAI’s Diplomatic Approach Towards Regulating Cloud Services in India
As per reports coming in, TRAI has approached Department of Telecom (DoT), and urged them to create a framework for forming an industry body of all Cloud services providers.

There would be 4 major pointers includes in this industry body, which are:

Eligibility criteria for becoming a member of this body
  1. Entry fees charged
  2. Period of registration
  3. Governance structure

The last pointer is specially interesting, because it shall define what all a Cloud service provider is allowed to do, and what they are not allowed to do.

Indirectly, this industry body will work as a regulation machine for entire Cloud service market, and impacting every Cloud service provider in the country.
As per TRAI, such an industry body shall be the “most appropriate framework” because this would “create an environment to speed up investments and growth, and also have the capability to control restrictive and anti-consumer practices”.
The reports also mention that Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI) has been asked to prepare a ‘cloud services interoperability standards’ as well, so that various Cloud services are calibrated with a national-level standard of operations.

The Good Thing: Govt. Knows Cloud Is Important
The need for such regulation and an industry body for Cloud services providers stem from the fact that Govt. is aware about the importance and relevance of Cloud in India.

If we go back and bit, and study the National Telecom Policy – 2012, then we will find several mentions of Cloud services, and its increased usage in India.

While mentioning the scope and impact of Aadhaar, the policy says, “Cloud computing will significantly speed up ability to design and roll out services, enable social networking and participative governance and m-Commerce at scale which were not possible through traditional technology solutions.”

The policy document also says, “The advent of technologies like cloud computing present a historic opportunity to catapult India’s vaunted service delivery capabilities to a new level domestically as well globally.”
The document emphasizes on making the Cloud platform more robust and safe, as the policy says, “To adopt best practices to address the issues (like encryption, privacy, network security, law enforcement assistance, inter-operability, preservation of cross border data flows etc.) related to cloud services, M2M and other emerging technologies to promote a global market for India.”
But how far will regulation help Govt. in this endeavour is a question which is open for debate.

Do you think that creation of rules and regulations related to cloud computing services in India will help the sector to grow and develop? Or will it stifle the whole eco-system, killing creativity and business acumen burdened with diplomatic protocols and limitations?

Do let us know by commenting right here!

July 22, 2017 , ,
WordPress – All the IP Addresses of Comments are Same and of Local ServerRecently I walked into a very interesting situation with this blog. As many of you may know that this blog is hosted on Linux server and runs with MySQL and PHP. Self-hosted WordPress is the platform for this blog.
Recently I started to notice that after some updates on platform, all the comments on the blog posts have exactly the same IP Address. This started to create a major problem for me. As most of you know malicious attacks and spamming is a common problem everywhere. This blog also receives lots of spam messages and it is very important that spams are filtered out so I can respond to all the valid comments.
However, now all the comments contain the same IP address and that also of the my server’s IP address, it was very difficult for the spam catcher plugin to catch all the spams. After reading through quite a many spam comments, I decided to fix this problem for good.

Here is the solution I applied.

I went to php.config which is in the root folder of public_html and added following lines in the code.

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if($_SERVER['HTTP_X_REAL_IP']){
$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_X_REAL_IP'];}

Once I applied to above mentioned line, everything was back to normal. All the comments in the WordPress, started to show the IP address of the original individuals.

Well, that’s it. A very simple solution to a complicated problem.

July 21, 2017 ,
One of my clients contacted me for On Demand (55 minutes) as they believed that this was a simple issue. John was honest enough to confess the mistake which he has done, which lead to error related to invalid object name.

John was trying to troubleshoot a deadlock issue, and he found that this specific server doesn’t have a system_health session in extended events.
SQL SERVER – Invalid Object Name ‘master.dbo.spt_values’ in Management Studio

So, he found that the definition of the session is defined in U_tables.sql file from “Install” folder.

C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL13.SQLSERVER2014\MSSQL\Install

He executed the script, but it failed with below the messages.

This file creates all the system tables in master.
drop view spt_values ….
Creating view ‘spt_values’.
Msg 208, Level 16, State 1, Procedure spt_values, Line 56
Invalid object name ‘sys.spt_values’.
sp_MS_marksystemobject: Invalid object name ‘spt_values’
Msg 15151, Level 16, State 1, Line 61
Cannot find the object ‘spt_values’, because it does not exist or you do not have permission.
drop table spt_monitor ….
Creating ‘spt_monitor’.
Grant Select on spt_monitor
Insert into spt_monitor ….

Now, there was a bigger problem. A lot of places in SSMS, he started seeing below errors.

An exception occurred while executing a Transact-SQL statement or batch. (Microsoft.SqlServer.ConnectionInfo)
Invalid object name ‘master.dbo.spt_values’. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 208)

John knew that he should create the view ‘master.dbo.spt_values’ using below but was unable to.

WORKAROUND/SOLUTION

To create master.dbo.spt_values the reference is needed to sys.spt_values. This can’t be accessed by normal connection. There are two ways

Start SQL Server in single user mode, which would need downtime.
Connect using Dedicate Administrator Connection (DAC). You can read more about DAC over here. Diagnostic Connection for Database Administrators
After making connection run below script.

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create view spt_values as
select name collate database_default as name,
    number,
    type collate database_default as type,
    low, high, status
from sys.spt_values
go
EXEC sp_MS_marksystemobject 'spt_values'
go
grant select on spt_values to public
go

July 20, 2017 , , ,
If you own a business, you need a Web hosting service. Use this helpful guide to determine the hosting services that best meet the needs of your small business.
The Best Small Business Web Hosting Services of 2017
Does your small business have a website? If not, it's time to build one. Companies without an online presence face an incredibly difficult uphill climb, because we live in a connected world where people discover products and services by searching on the internet—you don't want to miss that potentially lucrative boat. Sure, creating a business website may take months of painstaking planning, debating, and compromise, but setting up a decent website doesn't have to be painful, provided you have the proper tools. And the most important tool is the right web hosting service.

The Small Business Hosting Basics
If you aren't familiar with web hosting, here's a simple explanation. A web host is a company that has servers that you'll use to store and deliver the audio, video, documents, and other files that make up your website and its content. These servers can be of the shared, dedicated, or virtual varieties. If you want to learn more about those hosting types, please visit the highlighted links that are sprinkled throughout this article for primers on each of them. And if you want to launch your own web hosting company without many of the associated hardware headaches, you should look into reseller hosting.
There are dozens upon dozens of web hosting services clamoring for your dollar, including super-popular services (such as GoDaddy) and the lesser-known offerings (such as SiteGround). Large businesses can spend hundreds and (sometimes thousands!) of dollars each year on dedicated hosting or virtual private server (VPS) hosting, the two categories we're focusing on for small businesses with website needs.
One thing we learned while reviewing web hosting services is that reading the fine print is a must, especially if you are concerned about keeping prices low. Many web hosts have several increasingly expensive tiers, with introductory features in starter packages and more robust offerings in higher-priced plans. We recommend a healthy course of comparison-shopping before pulling out a credit card; you'll want to sign up with a service that has the features that best align with your website-building goals.

Small Business Hosting Prices
If you're a small business owner, you're going to want to run with either dedicated or VPS hosting. A dedicated server will likely cost you more than $100 per month; it's definitely not cheap web hosting. The benefit? Your website lives on a server all by its lonesome, so it takes advantage of the server's full resources. You'll probably need to handle firewalls and maintenance yourself, however, unless you opt for a managed server, which costs even more money.

If you want to save some cash, VPS hosting is generally a sufficient—and more wallet-friendly—option. VPS hosting falls midway between shared and dedicated hosting. By building your website in a VPS environment, you won't share resources with the other sites that live on the same server, the way you would with shared hosting. In fact, your site lives in a partitioned server area that has its own operating system, storage, RAM, and monthly data transfers, so you can expect smoother, more-stable site performance. You can get solid VPS hosting for approximately $20 to $30 per month.
Don't be swayed by the big fonts touting the monthly fee: Make sure that a particular pricing tier actually offers what you need. Some hosts charge extra for access to website builders that can help you design your site. Other hosts require you to commit to a three-year hosting agreement in order to get that low per-month price. Or the price is an introductory one, and after a month, you will revert to a higher price. Until you know what features you need and how quickly you plan to grow, you might not want to commit to annual plans.
The Features You Need
When you begin shopping for a site, it's good to have a list of the features you need. For example, you'll want a web host that offers unlimited monthly data transfers and email, a choice of solid-state or traditional hard drive storage, and 24/7 customer support. Even the server's operating system selection is important; Windows-based servers offer an environment to run scripts written in a Microsoft-centric framework, though Linux-based servers are also available (and more commonplace).

Please note that if you're planning on selling a product, look for a web host that offers a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate, because it encrypts the data between the customer's browser and web host to safeguard purchasing information. You're probably familiar with SSL; it's the green padlock that appears in your web browser's address bar as you visit an online financial institution or retail outlet. A few companies toss in a SSL certificate free of charge; others may charge you $100 for that extra layer of security.

The Importance of Uptime
All the aforementioned features are valuable parts of the web hosting experience, but none matches the importance of site uptime. If your site is down, clients or customers will be unable to find you or access your products or services.

To test this important aspect of hosting, we include uptime monitoring as part of our review process, and the results show that most web hosts do an excellent job of keeping sites up and running. Sites with uptime problems aren't eligible for high scores. All services suffer ups and downs, sometimes for reasons beyond their control. Those sites that fail to quickly address the problem are penalized accordingly.

Are You Ready to Get Started?
PCMag understands that no two businesses have the same web hosting requirements, so we've rounded up our best-reviewed web hosting companies for small businesses and detailed their offerings in the table above so that you can get a jump-start on picking a service. If an offering catches your eye, make sure to click the appropriate link from the capsules below to read the in-depth review of the service in question.

If you're just getting started with web hosting, make sure to check out our primer, How to Build a Website, and How to Register a Domain Name for Your Website.

Featured Small Business Web Hosting Service Reviews:

DreamHost Web Hosting
DreamHost Web Hosting Review Editors' Choice
$10.95 MSRP

Bottom Line: DreamHost boasts a robust feature set and wallet-friendly prices, but this outstanding Web hosting service is best for those who are experienced in website administration, not newbies.

HostGator Web Hosting
HostGator Web Hosting Review Editors' Choice
$10.95 MSRP

Bottom Line: HostGator is a reliable Web hosting service that's simple to use and offers an array of useful plans for consumers and small businesses. It's our top pick for novice webmasters.

Hostwinds Web Hosting
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$4.50 MSRP

Bottom Line: Hostwinds is a robust web hosting service that has the tools you need for building highly functional and user-friendly websites. It's a top choice overall, and it's particularly strong for d...

1&1 Web Hosting
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$7.99 MSRP

Bottom Line: 1&1 is an affordable web host that offers rich website-creation tools, solid support, and impressive uptime. It's our top choice if you need WordPress hosting.

A2 Web Hosting
A2 Web Hosting Review
$7.99 MSRP

Bottom Line: Packed with features, A2 is a web hosting service that's more than worthy of being the foundation for your website.

Arvixe Web Hosting
Arvixe Web Hosting Review
$7.00 MSRP

Bottom Line: Arvixe is a web host with several well-rounded hosting packages, but the company falls just shy of being considered one of the elite in its space.

GoDaddy Web Hosting
GoDaddy Web Hosting Review
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Bottom Line: GoDaddy is a feature-packed web hosting service that boasts rock-solid uptime, excellent customer service, and flexible website-building tools, but meager email offerings and shared hosting ...

InMotion Web Hosting
InMotion Web Hosting Review
$7.99 MSRP

Bottom Line: InMotion is a feature-stacked web hosting service that offers many attractive features, but a few issues keep it from being the top dog.

Media Temple Web Hosting
Media Temple Web Hosting Review
$20.00 MSRP

Bottom Line: Media Temple is a Web hosting service that lets you easily construct Linux-powered pages, but it lacks a few features found in top-notch competitors.

SiteGround Web Hosting
SiteGround Web Hosting Review
$9.95 MSRP

Bottom Line: SiteGround offers excellent customer service and strong security, but it lacks features offered by top-tier rivals.

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